James Phelan: Trickster

Breathtaking magic show from Paul Daniel’s nephew

James Phelan presents his unique magical prank show that is both jaw-dropping and laugh out loud funny. A night of light entertainment described as extraordinary and legendary.
A night of magic in a show where anything can happen – and quite often does. People are tricked, phones are destroyed, needles are swallowed- no-one is safe.
Nephew of the late Paul Daniels, James has been storming it online in the last twelves month.
Don’t miss this unique night of hilarious mind-blowing entertainment.

Art Exhibition: Dreaming by Lindsey Cork

Following a career in commerce, Lindsey turned to her childhood passion for drawing and storytelling. Ten years ago she studied foundation in fine art at Chelsea, then HND followed by a one year intensive photography course. Lindsey focuses on the flexibility of the processes; the difference metals and techniques for introducing line, tonal values, colours and chine collé. The images she creates inevitably have a strong personal meaning but also speak to a wider audience.

The exhibition is in the cafe and open to the public during our cafe opening hours.


An intimate theatre space with a variety of professional productions, including theatre, dance, comedy and music. Supported by a cafe and bar with views across Barnes Green, and rotating art exhibitions on the wall. We also host a weekly programme of art and dance classes for children and adults, and the space is available to hire for private events.



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 boards at time of booking to pick up before the show.

The cafe is open Monday to Friday 8:30am-6pm and Saturday 10am-4pm with a range of coffees, cakes, homemade salads and soups.

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