Clapham Book Festival is organised by Clapham Writers, a registered charitable organisation. We bring books and writing to Clapham through our annual festival as well as raising income from local sponsors and public donations to present free events at Clapham Library and elsewhere.
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Clapham Books is an independent bookshop in Clapham that offers a hand-picked selection of titles, including fiction, children’s and art books. It is based at 24, The Pavement, Clapham Common SW4 0JA and has a sister shop in Herne Hill.
Omnibus Theatre is a multi award-winning independent theatre in Clapham, South London. Finalist in the Fringe Theatre of the Year 2019 The Stage Awards, Off-West End award winner 2018 and 2020, and recipient of the Peter Brook/Royal Court Theatre Support Award in 2016. The heart of the organisation’s ambitious programme lies in classics re-imagined, modern revivals and new writing. Omnibus Theatre also provides a platform for LGBTQ+ work and aims to give voice to the under-represented and challenge perceptions. Since opening in 2013 notable in-house productions include Woyzeck (2013), Macbeth (2014), Colour (2015), Mule (2016), Spring Offensive(2017), Zeraffa Giraffa (2017), Queens of Sheba (2019) and The Little Prince (2019). Omnibus Theatre is led by Artistic Director Marie McCarthy. Patrons include Dame Judi Dench, Sir Michael Gambon, Matthew Warchus, Sir Richard Eyre and Maggi Hambling. The organisation is a registered charity and receives no core funding. @OmnibusTheatre
Time and Leisure Magazine is the leading magazine publisher for SW London in digital and print including The Weekend – the weekly magazine sent direct to your inbox for free. They are proud supporters of culture and the arts, and with Clapham Writers, Time and Leisure deliver year round high quality live author events through a programme of livestreamed and recorded events.