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Battersea Arts Centre

Battersea Arts Centre pioneers new practice in contemporary theatre. At the heart of their mission is a process called Scratch, that places the artist and audience in a creative dialogue to develop new ideas.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £689,898
  • 2013-2014: £705,766
  • 2014-2015: £724,116

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The Money - Audience Reactions

The Money runs at Battersea Arst Centre until 1 May www.bac.org.uk/themoney

The Agency: Get Fit Fast

The Agency is a new opportunity for young people to have their ideas turned into reality which is based on the highly successful Brazilian project Agenica Redes Para Juventude.

The Agency: Talent Scene

The Agency is a new opportunity for young people to have their ideas turned into reality which is based on the highly successful Brazilian project Agenica Redes Para Juventude.

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The Agency: Sydney's Naturals

The Agency is a new opportunity for young people to have their ideas turned into reality which is based on the highly successful Brazilian project Agenica Redes Para Juventude.

STAND Danny's Story

Christian Roe introduces you to the story of anti-oil activist Danny in STAND, an inspiring show that tells the tales of courage and conscience from everyday people. What makes a person take a stand? Is it the sudden impulse of a single moment, or one small part of a lifelong commitment? What makes a person elect to stand up and be counted? And would you do the same? Following Chris Goode's award-winning Monkey Bars and Men in the Cities, STAND presents real life stories of courage and conscience from ordinary people who stood up for something, or someone, they believed in. Six people chose to act; and six actors, telling their stories in their own words. Stories about justice and sustainability, about friendship and risk, about bravery and kindness. Extraordinary moments from everyday life. 20 Apr - 9 May | 7:30pm Price: £15, £12 concs https://www.bac.org.uk/stand

STAND Jan's story

Gwyneth Strong introduces you to mother, writer and sticky toffee pudding maker Jan whose story is featured in STAND, an inspiring show that tells the tales of courage and conscience from everyday people. What makes a person take a stand? Is it the sudden impulse of a single moment, or one small part of a lifelong commitment? What makes a person elect to stand up and be counted? And would you do the same? Following Chris Goode's award-winning Monkey Bars and Men in the Cities, STAND presents real life stories of courage and conscience from ordinary people who stood up for something, or someone, they believed in. Six people chose to act; and six actors, telling their stories in their own words. Stories about justice and sustainability, about friendship and risk, about bravery and kindness. Extraordinary moments from everyday life. 20 Apr - 9 May | 7:30pm Price: £15, £12 concs https://www.bac.org.uk/stand

STAND Elle's Story

Kelda Holmes introduces you to the story of cycling enthusiast and climate change activist Elle, whose tale is featured in STAND, an inspiring show that tells the tales of courage and conscience from everyday people. What makes a person take a stand? Is it the sudden impulse of a single moment, or one small part of a lifelong commitment? What makes a person elect to stand up and be counted? And would you do the same? Following Chris Goode's award-winning Monkey Bars and Men in the Cities, STAND presents real life stories of courage and conscience from ordinary people who stood up for something, or someone, they believed in. Six people chose to act; and six actors, telling their stories in their own words. Stories about justice and sustainability, about friendship and risk, about bravery and kindness. Extraordinary moments from everyday life. 20 Apr - 9 May | 7:30pm Price: £15, £12 concs https://www.bac.org.uk/stand

STAND Sushila's Story

Cathy Tyson introduces you to the story of Sushila, a psychotherapist and pedestrian rights campaigner whose tale is featured in STAND, an inspiring show that tells the tales of courage and conscience from everyday people. What makes a person take a stand? Is it the sudden impulse of a single moment, or one small part of a lifelong commitment? What makes a person elect to stand up and be counted? And would you do the same? Following Chris Goode's award-winning Monkey Bars and Men in the Cities, STAND presents real life stories of courage and conscience from ordinary people who stood up for something, or someone, they believed in. Six people chose to act; and six actors, telling their stories in their own words. Stories about justice and sustainability, about friendship and risk, about bravery and kindness. Extraordinary moments from everyday life. 20 Apr - 9 May | 7:30pm Price: £15, £12 concs https://www.bac.org.uk/stand

STAND Albert's Story

Lawrence Werber introduces you to the story of 82-year-old animal rights activist Albert. His tale is featured in STAND, an inspiring show that tells the tales of courage and conscience from everyday people. What makes a person take a stand? Is it the sudden impulse of a single moment, or one small part of a lifelong commitment? What makes a person elect to stand up and be counted? And would you do the same? Following Chris Goode's award-winning Monkey Bars and Men in the Cities, STAND presents real life stories of courage and conscience from ordinary people who stood up for something, or someone, they believed in. Six people chose to act; and six actors, telling their stories in their own words. Stories about justice and sustainability, about friendship and risk, about bravery and kindness. Extraordinary moments from everyday life. 20 Apr - 9 May | 7:30pm Price: £15, £12 concs https://www.bac.org.uk/stand

STAND Adrian's Story

Michael Fenton Stevens introduces you to the story of photographer and Jericho boatyard campaigner, Adrian. His tale is featured in STAND, an inspiring show that tells the tales of courage and conscience from everyday people. What makes a person take a stand? Is it the sudden impulse of a single moment, or one small part of a lifelong commitment? What makes a person elect to stand up and be counted? And would you do the same? Following Chris Goode's award-winning Monkey Bars and Men in the Cities, STAND presents real life stories of courage and conscience from ordinary people who stood up for something, or someone, they believed in. Six people chose to act; and six actors, telling their stories in their own words. Stories about justice and sustainability, about friendship and risk, about bravery and kindness. Extraordinary moments from everyday life. 20 Apr - 9 May | 7:30pm Price: £15, £12 concs https://www.bac.org.uk/stand

The Money Trailer

By Kaleider 15 Apr - 1 May (Wed-Fri) | 7pm https://www.bac.org.uk/themoney

Battersea Arts Centre Fire - Share your memories with us

A Message from our Artistic Director, David Jubb. Tragically we lost our beloved Grand Hall in a fire that broke out at around 4.20pm last Friday. We want to mark the moment with a massive sharing of your Grand Hall memories. Please start thinking now about what these might be. Then at exactly 4.20pm on Friday 20th March, share your words, pictures, blogs or videos using #BACphoenix on Twitter. Get involved and spread the word: https://batterseaartscentre.wordpress.com/2015/03/19/share-your-memories-of-the-grand-hall/

Hourglass Festival - teaser

Hourglass Festival Find out more: http://www.bac.org.uk/hourglass A festival of bold, new performance by young artists from across the UK. 24-29 March at Battersea Arts Centre.

MISSING by Gecko

MISSING is at Battersea Arts Centre 4-21 Mar Book Now: www.bac.org.uk/missing

New Year's Arctic Blast 2014

For New Year’s Eve 2014, Battersea Arts Centre transformed into an Arctic wonderland to bid a unique farewell to 2014, complete with a toasty log cabin and our very own Ice Queen.

The Paper Cinema's Odyssey 2015

3 – 14 Feb | 7:30pm https://bac.org.uk/papercinema 'An epic, imaginative voyage' ★★★★ Time Out 'A delicately executed piece...bound to delight' ★★★★ The Telegraph 'Immense skill…ingeniously effective' ★★★★ The Times

Dad Dancing - Audience Reactions

Dad Dancing runs at Battersea Arst Centre until 15 Nov www.bac.org.uk/daddancing

DAD DANCING

Reclaiming Fatherly Grooves At Battersea Arts Centre 29 Oct - 15 Nov https://www.bac.org.uk/daddancing

Karaoke Teaser

KARAOKE by Sleepwalk Collective 29 Sep - 18 Oct | 8:30pm Price: £12, £9 concs www.bac.org.uk/karaoke Catatonically deadpan, gratuitously vapid and gleefully strung out, KARAOKE is a performance about love and rockets for two performers and an autocue.

RING INTERVIEW

With David Rosenberg and Glen Neath. See the show at Battersea Arts Center 30 Sep - 11 Oct https://www.bac.org.uk/ring

The Agency

The Agency is a new opportunity for young people to have their ideas turned into reality which is based on the highly successful Brazilian project Agenica Redes Para Juventude led by Marcus Faustini. We are looking for people who are 15 - 25 years old from the Clapham Junction and Battersea area in London and the Moston or Harpurhey areas in Manchester with ideas for projects, businesses and events to take place in their local area. More information https://www.bac.org.uk/theagency

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