Housemates Returns: Before I Go Tickets

Brixton House
385 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London, SW9 8GL
Running Time 1 hour
Running Since Mon, 15 July 2024
Booking Until Sat, 27 July 2024
Monday - 19:30
Tuesday - 19:30
Wednesday - 19:30
Thursday - 19:30
Friday - 19:30
Saturday 14:30 19:30
Sunday - -
Important Information
Age: 14+

Content: Contains Death, mentions of Violence. Production warnings: Flashing Lights, Haze, Explosion, Loud Music.

More about Housemates Returns: Before I Go

Brixton House present

Written by Tobi King Bakare (previously part of Housemates Festival 2023)


A collective noun for a bunch of boys or men, particularly your own group of mates.

Ajani can talk. He can host parties, talk to girls, charm any living being. However, he finds it hard to express himself to the people he cares about the most. When he dies and gets stuck in Limbo, he is given an ultimatum: “Learn how to ‘properly’ communicate or remain here forever”. Ajani takes on the quest and embarks on a poetic journey of discovery, unlearning and healing.

‘Rhythm and flow’

Before I Go runs with a live drummer who acts as the pulse. When expressing himself, Ajani jumps in between verse and prose electrifying the ethereal space.

In Ajani’s reflection, he teaches us not be afraid to express ourselves even with the many barriers we may face.

Focusing on being black, male and working class.

Although Before I Go shares a universal message, Before I Go is for the Mandem.

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Brixton House

385 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London, SW9 8GL
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Brixton House opened to the public in early 2022. Our new theatre is in the heart of Brixton’s local community, and we welcome artists and audiences to enjoy and create experiences in our new home.

Our new House has two theatres, seven rehearsal rooms including ceiling heights for aerial performances, high-quality technical facilities, and fully accessible spaces, including wheelchair-accessible rigs. 

The comfortable, yet stylish café and bar will be open to the public throughout the day for social gatherings as well as for meetings and creative arts. Next door, the newly refurbished Carlton Mansions will reopen to house offices for creative organisations. ? 
Designed by Edmund Wilson of Foster Wilson Architects, the new theatre incorporates sustainable raw materials throughout, while boldly displaying modern features and illuminations. Galliford Try has worked on the construction build. 
The building development is part of the Somerleyton Road Development Project in partnership with the London Borough of Lambeth. As a new theatre embedded in the community, Brixton House aims to serve the residents and the creative community of Brixton and beyond.