Following sell-out runs at London's Soho Theatre, The Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2016, The Cape Town Fringe 2016 and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016, Police Cops is back in town.
Research suggests that half of the British population will experience one traumatic event in their lifetime. How do you think you would you cope if it happened to you?
Carousel's wildly popular club night for people with learning disabilities and their friends. Live bands, DJ's, visuals, chill out room and pay bar.
To coincide with the centenary of the Russian Revolution of 1917, Russian Ark will be shown in full as part of TOM's Film Club.
Part gig. Part play. Part apocalypse. Set in a dystopian future, the bizarre English town of Ashley-Coombe and its inhabitants are steadily steamrolling towards catastrophe. And when the apocalypse finally arrives, astronaut Jim Walters is suspended in orbit, broadcasting his songs for the end of the world back to a silent Earth, where the few remaining survivors must fight for their future.
Medea Electronica is a wild and imaginative gig-theatre retelling of the ancient Greek tragedy, set in the technological turbulence of the 1980's.
Encounter exceptional artists from all over the world, in Brighton's festival for independent dance.
Two performers, four hundred flowers and a heartfelt story of survival - with fantastic gypsy music.
With the forthcoming release of Paddington 2 later in the year, TOM's Film Club presents a wonderful opportunity to watch Paddington's first cinematic adventure on the big screen.
Join us for a special screening of Bunny and the Bull, the surreal and imaginative feature length debut of Director Paul King (The Mighty Boosh).