A disruptive, black-owned and black-curated platform demonstrating the viability of every artistic voice, and normalising inclusivity for all artists.
Club Culture epitomises Khaos’ disruptive approach to theatre-making, directly empowering artists & freelancers with a space to test new narratives/works and be a part of an artistic ecology which supports the role of art as much as it does the artist.
Led by Artistic Director James S Barnes. Recent work includes ‘Wolf and Dog’ by critically acclaimed writer, Martin Crimp at the Young Vic Theatre, and ‘Barbie Comes to Tea’ for Tarawa Firsts.
Club Culture events are immersive, disruptive and unique. We reignite the power of live performance with a diverse programme of multi-disciplinary art and artists, tailored to each space, time and audience.
You can expect anything and everything from exclusive debuts to established and loved performers, ranging from musicians and poets to dancers and fire breathers - no two shows are the same.
Khaos' disruptive approach to theatre-making is epitomised by Club Culture (formerly The Sunday Art Club), a platform dedicated to disruptive innovation within the arts industry which directly empowers artists & freelancers by providing a space to test new narratives/works and be a part of an artistic ecology which supports the role of art as much as it does the artist.
Press & Reviews
The Future of Inclusive Theatre with James Scotland Barnes - shorturl.at/epvX8
"Welcoming organizers. Nice bar & food. Interesting performances by some talented young people. Great music by Tony Kofi & the Organization. They had most of the room on their feet dancing by the end of the evening. I wish the organizers of this lovely evening every success in keeping it going. Lovely young crowd who obviously had a good evening out."
- Denzil Darby on Club Culture: Sessions, 21st September 2021
"Such a brilliant event. a real, honest and well curated range of media and speakers.
The evening really captured the energy of the people, clubs, raves dancing and most importantly the music. A super chill crowd were in attendance, all in all a great night out. Well worth the effort on a school night! Photo journalism, film screening Q&A and delicious food in a great setting. Loved it. Now following CC on IG and really looking forward to the next session. A great initiative."
- Jane Naughten on Club Culture: Sessions, 25th October 2021
Cast & Creative Team Saturday 18th February, 22:00
An artist with boundless depth and fearless devotion, Naomi Banks is a vibrant new talent defined only by her lust for creative freedom.
The UK vocalist and songwriter emerged in 2019, after a number of appearances on stage singing for the likes of Laura Mvula and Lianne La Havas, and collaborating on a studio project with Keane. Inspired early on by studying everything from Jazz, electronica, R&B and soul, her career so far is less defined by any one genre as she firmly finds her lane in the altpop arena.
Saturday 25th February, 22:00
THEATRE - CYRANO DE BERGERAC by Edmond Rostand
Cast: Afia Abusham (ROXANE) Alamo Perez (CYRANO) and Tom Swale (CHRISTIAN)
Director: James S Barnes
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Saturday 11th March, 22:00
DEEP INSIDE, Club Culture, The Summer Of Love 1988
SLB Creatives is taking you on a journey through the vibrant and inspiring heritage of Club Culture, where it all began right through to where it's taken our culture today. An experience as educational as it is nostalgic; this live action multi media performance - arising from Jamie Rose's documentary, Club culture, Summer of Love 1988, and led by creator Shaquille Brush - will touch you deep inside your soul.