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The Albany

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Douglas Way, London, SE8 4AG
  • Box office 020 8692 4446
  • General enquiries 020 8692 4446
  • Box office times Mon–Fri 9am–9pm; Sat 10am–5pm; closed Sun.
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  • Website www.thealbany.org.uk
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Donuts

Donuts

Three friends are getting ready for a night out, the music is intoxicating, they start to dance. It’s so good, they might stay a little longer…Donuts follows one night separated over several years in the life of a group of friends: how music connects them, feeds their friendship and their need to dance, until it becomes almost like a collective state of trance. It’s a celebration of all the times a night in is so much better than a night out.

Donuts explores the dynamic way real friendship evolves over time, where the friendships in classic sit-coms can make you feel more like an outsider, and how music and dance bring people together.

Bursting with precision and soul, Donuts is a hypnotic and playful groove along to jazz & funk.

Wed 1 Dec

£10–£15

Thu 2 Dec

£10–£15

Fri 3 Dec

£10–£15

Sat 4 Dec

£10–£15

An Evening for Ed - Glenn Tilbrook + Support

An Evening for Ed - Glenn Tilbrook + Support

Much-loved local singer, songwriter, guitarist and Squeeze front-man Glenn Tilbrook headlines An Evening For Ed, a standing fundraising concert for in aid of theEd Renshaw Music Award.The show is Tilbrook’s only solo show of 2021 and will see him return to his roots in Deptford, where Squeeze originally formed in the 1970s. Tilbrook will be joined by Kay-La Morgan, Gaby Carberry, Ife Ogunjobi and Johnny Hutchinson, all of whom are aspiring musicians with an array of musical specialisms spanning jazz, folk, electronic and classical. All funds raised will go directly to the Ed Renshaw Music Award, a charity founded in memory of talented musician Ed Renshaw by his family and friends in 2012. Now in its tenth year, the charity helps young musicians in South East London to achieve their potential through mentoring and financial support. Be prepared for one good time evening, armed ready with raucous vibes and a shed–load of grin-inducing songs provided by a treasure of South East London and up-and-coming young musicians!

Sat 9 Apr

The Snow Queen

The Snow Queen

At the top of the world lives the Snow Queen who is supposed to control the weather. But the seasons aren’t behaving. The world is getting warmer. And it hasn’t snowed for years….“Small changes make a big difference, and young voices speak the loudest truth”

Lumi gazes up at the stars and worries about the world. The adults don’t seem to have noticed that the seasons aren’t behaving, or that it hasn’t snowed for years. This is an emergency! So, it’s time to take the issue straight to the top (of the world) and find the Snow Queen she has heard so much about…

On the long journey ahead she’ll meet a host of fabulous new friends – from an overworked elf, to a pompous polar bear – as she learns that small changes make a big difference! But first she is determined to make it SNOW!

This vibrant musical re-telling of The Snow Queen is reimagined in an exciting adventure for the whole family. Created sustainably in every possible way by Wrongsemble.

Sat 4 Dec

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Sat 11 Dec

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Sun 12 Dec

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Tue 21 Dec

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Wed 22 Dec

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Thu 23 Dec

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Wed 29 Dec

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Thu 30 Dec

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Fri 31 Dec

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With a history that goes back to the 19th century, the Albany is now Deptford's leading performing arts centre with over 100,000 visitors in the last year for the 200+ events that took place.

The Albany has four spaces, including its central performance area with a capacity of 300 seats. The programme includes music, theatre and spoken word.as well as an array of participatory projects. Facilities include a café, bar and rehearsal rooms.

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