Black and white protest poster of Grunswick Strikers.

Chapter’s July Highlights

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This month is jam-packed with films, music, live performance, new exhibitions and more… 

In association with Hijinx Theatre and Chapter, Karol Cysewski brings us Requiem, a vital new live performance exploring the experiences of neurodivergent and learning-disabled people during the Covid Pandemic.

Taking Flight hit our stage with the family-friendly You’ve Got Dragons, a funny and sensitive tale of one child’s journey to come to terms with their dragons.

Krystal Lowe’s captivating The Bench will leave audiences enthralled as dancers connect and entwine in intricate, improvised movements to find the magic in simple, everyday things. This month Krystal Lowe also brings you Remarkable Rhythm, a dance theatre show for young people 7+ and their families, and why not book a ticket for the free rhythm and writing workshop, too!

Join us on 19 & 20 July to celebrate the opening of Abi Palmer’s multi-sensory exhibition, Slime Mother – featuring holy gastropods, a slimy manifesto and a giant slug disco.

Our film programme includes Bye Bye Tiberias, a moving documentary about actor Hiam Abbass reconnecting with her homeland of Palestine, and the hotly anticipated Kinds of Kindness, a trio of darkly comic tales from the team behind Poor Things.

Our dynamic music programme continues, and we welcome Papa Jupe’s TC bringing their post-punk, surf, disco and gospel influences, supported by Small Miracles. Our popular free monthly Jazz in the bar with the Chapter Four continues. Join us for swinging tunes and storming improvisation washed down with our new menu of summery cocktails!