The Big Shows

Grand Union is celebrated for its large-scale shows, often involving student and amateur performers from across the whole community as well as professional performers. They also reflect life in Britain today, and the experience of the performers themselves.

Here is a 2-minute 'snapshot' and 20 minutes of highlights from our current flagship show Undream'd Shores:


UNDREAM'D SHORES portrays vividly and movingly the experience of migration. It offers great opportunities for local choirs, cultural groups and student ensembles - especially those who are migrants themselves, or come from migrant families - to take part in a spectacular performance. More information here.

AFTER CABLE STREET was created to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the notorious Battle of Cable Street in East London, but is now being developed UK-wide, again giving local communities a voice in response to  the challenges we face in our rapidly changing society. More information here.

SONG OF CONTAGION, premiered in Wilton's Music Hall in June 2017, looks at the inequality in health provision worldwide, and our attitudes to diseases and how they are treated. More information here.

We have also produced comparable cross-cultural shows internationally - notably in Paris and the South of France, Lisbon and Setubal, Dhaka and Melbourne. More information here.

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