Three To See on 1 Nov: Happy Hour, Still Ill, Where Do Little Birds Go?
By TW Editorial | Published on Tuesday 25 October 2016
And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…
Happy Hour | Jacksons Lane | 1-2 Nov
“The workers on Level 3 are racing against the clock to reach their quota of Smiley Faces, but are they really happy enough?” This comical piece explores the modern obsession with success and happiness, through a blend of physical theatre, humour and music. See this page here for more info and to book.
Still Ill | New Diorama | 1-19 Nov
The ever-excellent theatre company Kandinsky, a longterm TW favourite, bring their latest show to New Diorama, and it sounds fascinating. It’s a three hander which explores the subject of FND – Functional Neurological Disorder – a disabling illness with no apparent cause. I have no doubt that it will be brilliant! Head this way to book tickets.
Where Do Little Birds Go? | Old Red Lion | 1-26 Nov (pictured)
This show was a big hit at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2015, winning highly-starred reviews from pretty much every publication, including ours. It’s a one person show, written by up and coming writer Camilla Whitehill, a period piece set in the sixties attacking themes of class and sexual exploitation. Eighteen year old Lucy is kidnapped by the Kray twins, and tells the story of her time in their company. See the venue website here for details.