We are delighted to be able to announce 2 new projects to keep you (and us!) entertained at this difficult time.

Firstly, The House That Slipped will be an interactive, online extravaganza, with the added bonus of a touch of live theatre!

The House That Slipped

When the UK went into lockdown the residents of 12 Laburnum Drive, Brockley took the government advice very seriously.

One month on they opened their front door to find themselves in unfamiliar surroundings. Their little house had floated away and come to rest in the year 2120.

Although the future seems to be almost Utopian , they have started to think about how they could get home.

They have discovered that Zoom still works on their laptops, and by a strange setting in the latest upgrade they seem to be able to contact people from 2020.

That's where you come in. For five nights only, a very limited audience will be enlisted to help them find their way back (if they want to), and if you're successful to meet them in person, at a special socially distanced celebration in the present day.

The House That Slipped is funded by Arts Council England through the Emergency fund.


You can buy tickets here, or reserve a free place if you are a resident of Lewisham Homes.


Secondly, we’ll be socially-distanced story collecting in Crystal Palace as Grimm’s Collecting Agency returns as part of the Crystal Palace Festival

Grimm's Collecting Agency

​This August the Grimms will be out and about collecting stories in Crystal Palace (at a suitable social distance) and then live streaming the results from Upper Norwood Library on the weekend of 15th and 16th August. More information will be posted here once we have more info : https://crystalpalacefestival.org