Wild About Barnes | Exhibition

An exhibition featuring some of the stand out pictures from local photographer Andrew Wilson’s 2018 Barnes Calendar. We live in a fabulous place and besides the pictures this is an opportunity to thank all those local businesses that have kindly contributed to its production. A celebration of the local area, £1 from the sale of each calendar will go to The Barnes Christmas Lights Fund.

Exhibition will run until 3rd December.

Box Office Times

Monday-Friday 9-5pm, Saturday 10-4pm
Evening opening if there is an event on.
Book online on this website at any time or email info@osoarts.org.uk

Picnic at Hanging Rock

Friday night is sold out. There is good availability for the Saturday matinee.

On St. Valentine’s Day in 1900, a party of twenty Australian schoolgirls and two governesses set out from Appleyard College to picnic at Hanging Rock. Some were never to return.

Hanging Rock is a spectacular volcanic uprising of ancient rocks in the Australian plains under Mount Macedon. “The rock is a nightmare, and nightmares belong in the past.” Or do they?

This thrilling new play, adapted from the iconic book and inevitably referencing the famous film, is produced by Wild Duck Theatre in association with the OSO Arts Centre and the support of the BCA. In the words of The Guardian “this play will scare the pants off you“.

Tuesday 14th – Saturday 18th November | 8pm
Saturday 18th November Matinee | 4pm


Buy tickets for the Saturday matinee here

Buy tickets for the evening performances here

The Gin Chronicles at Sea

Come and join us for The Gin Chronicles at Sea at the OSO Arts Centre. Jobling and Golightly head across the Atlantic for some Rest & Recuperation following their exploits in the previous two adventures, but there is no rest for the Terminally Weak-of-Intellect and his Savvy Housemaid. Told in the format of a vintage radio play, you as the audience follow this glamorous, hilarious story, and along the way sample different gins (or soft drinks for non-drinkers).

A hugely entertaining night, with gin tasting included in the price of the ticket!

Thursday 23rd – Saturday 25th November | 8pm

Book here

Café and Bar

Open Monday – Saturday in the daytime with a range of coffees, cakes, salads and soups.
If you’re coming to see a show why not make a night of it? The bar opens from 7pm on show nights and we boast the best wine list in Barnes.
You can pre-order a cheese board and two small glasses of wine ready collect when you arrive for an early-bird price of £15.
The £15 does not include the theatre ticket- please buy these separately.


The OSO Arts Centre is a registered charity – No. 1150 658