On Sunday 10th November from 4pm at Soho Theatre we're having a very special one off event to celebrate our relaunch, tell you all about our plans for the future, and share some of our favourite artists with you. And we want to meet all you actors, writers, directors and designers that are yet to cross our paths. We'll also be presenting our brand new concept - WikiTheatre! A play started by James Graham and then thrown open to the public, we'll have selected two further parts which we will present live at the event.

Check out the full line-up here, and get your tickets from:

Here's some more info on the other great acts we'll have on offer:



Joe Stilgoe has performed at the Royal Albert Hall, Ronnie Scott's, The Queen Elizabeth Hall and many of the major jazz venues throughout the world, while in 2011 his debut at the Edinburgh Festival was an award winning show, attracting critical praise (5 Stars - The Scotsman). His latest album 'We Look To The Stars' was a critical and commercial success, reaching No.1 in the jazz charts. He has appeared on BBC TV and Radio in Never Mind The Buzzcocks, The Now Show, Loose Ends, The Horne Section, Parkinson's Sunday Supplement, Graham Norton on Saturday and Richard Madeley on Sunday, amongst others.

At nabokov Re-Loaded, Joe  joins us to perform some originals, a medley of all the songs you can think of and an improvised 3 minute musical.

"A truly remarkable singer songwriter, not to mention outstanding piano player....I thank you for creating that most exciting of moments when, as a lover of good music, you know you have seen and heard something remarkable".  Sir Michael Parkinson.


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Katie Bonna is a performance poet, playwright and actress. Her poetry play Dirty Great Love Story, co-written with Richard Marsh, won a Fringe First Award at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where she was also nominated for Best Actress by The Stage. It went on to run at Soho Theatre upstairs and then in New York as part of the Brits Off Broadway festival 2013. Other writing includes rapid response poetry piece Underlay (nabokov at Soho Theatre), one woman show The Celebrated Mrs Inchbald (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds and the U.S.); The Glass Tower (Red Handed Theatre Company) and Liquorice & Smoke-Rings (PULSE Festival). Katie is currently creating a new show I Love You 44% with nabokov's Joe Murphy, for which she is travelling back to her teenage years and facing the forgotten horrors and delights which lurk there. She has performed poetry at Latitude, Larmer Tree and Meadowlands festivals, appeared on Channel 4 as part of the Random Acts series and at nights including Hammer & Tongue, Apples & Snakes and Homework. 

Katie will be performing an extract from her new piece exploring what makes us stop. Using poetry, story-telling and other people's memories, the show is based on recorded interviews with women of all ages.

"A simply dazzling performance".  The Stage 




Sara Mitra is a jazz singer, songwriter and bandleader.  Mitra’s debut album ‘April Song’ was launched at The Vortex Jazz Club and has garnered considerable critical acclaim since its release, with tracks played across Jazz FM, BBC Radio 1, 2, 3 and 6Music.

Playing a combination of eerie alt-folk murder-ballads, delicate originals and Leadbelly blues reworkings, at nabokov Re-Loaded Sara will be presenting work from her forthcoming second album, showcasing a powerful development in her vocal ability.

“Wisely wry…a refreshing mix of the real and romantic.” Jazzwise Magazine

“Her skill as a songwriter and honesty as a performer shine through on April Song.” Mercury Prize Recommends

“Especially talented” The Daily Telegraph

“Fresh sounding and free from cliche… Sara is left to her own special devices and nails a good melody everytime.” Blues and Soul Magazine

“When I heard the album, I immediately became a fan of her voice… Absolutely brilliant.” Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2