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Show 2022

Wimbledon College of Arts performances, events and exhibitions.

Wimbledon College of Arts 2022 Show graphics with type saying show in white on black background and pink and orange tape.

Undergraduate

18 - 26 June

Show celebration: Friday 24 June 6-9pm

Opening times:

  • Monday - Saturday 11am-8pm
  • Sunday 11am-5pm

Final entry: 30 minutes before closing time

Courses:

  • BA Acting and Performance
  • BA Contemporary Theatre and Performance
  • BA Costume for Theatre and Screen
  • BA Production Arts for Screen
  • BA Theatre Design
Black man in a suit sitting at a news desk in a television studio.

Network//Recorder

Ensemble theatre piece about the all-pervasive prevalence of 24 hour news. Inspired by the screenplay Network and life of civil rights activist Marion Stokes.

Running time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Performances:

  • Saturday 18 June 2pm and 6pm
  • Thursday 23 June 2pm and 7pm
Portrait of the actors from the play Mums.

Mums

A poetic and delicate look at grief and one family's attempt to adjust to a new reality.

Please be advised that Mums contains themes of grief and grieving, explicit language and sexual references.

Running time: 55 minutes

Performances:

  • Sunday 19 June 2pm
  • Wednesday 22 June 7pm
  • Sunday 26 June 2pm
Actor crouching next to a screen on stage.

Honey Badger

A man recounts the difficulties he faced growing up in an unhappy home. Is the baggage of the past too heavy to bear?

Running time: 50 minutes

Performances:

  • Sunday 19 June 4pm
  • Wednesday 22 June 5pm
  • Friday 24 June 2pm
Actors on stage in Til death do us part.

Till Death Do We Part

SnapFuse presents an original piece of storytelling for adults and children. Using movement, mask and original music they tell the story of Bea. She is a girl on a mission to avenge her best friend and kill the monster who terrorises all - Death. Can she be defeated?

Running time: 2 hours

Performances:

  • Monday 20 June 6pm
  • Tuesday 21 June 2pm and 7pm
  • Friday 24 June 7pm
Turquoise text on a screen that says Killology.

Killology

Theatre piece that uses VR to explore virtual gaming environments. It considers how young men navigate ideas of violence, brotherhood and masculinity.

Age restriction: 14+

Running time: 1 hour 15 minutes

Performances:

  • Wednesday 22 June 2pm
  • Saturday 25 June 2pm and 5pm
Still from video featuring someone singing into a mic in front of a sequin backdrop with their face overlaid multiple times by Katie Grenville.
Katie Grenville

MA Theatre and Production Design

2 - 7 December

Private view: Thursday 1 December

Opening times:

To be confirmed

Girl watching a video installation with a close up of a girls mouth, pierced nose and ear on the screen. Work by Eva Mateos Rodriguez - BA Contemporary Theatre and Performance
Eva Mateos Rodriguez (Credit: Sean Chen)

Graduate Showcase

Explore our graduating students work online.

Visit the Graduate Showcase.