Comedy Theatre ThisWeek In London

Three To See on 1 Oct: Adam Kay – This Is Going To Hurt (Secret Diaries Of A Junior Doctor), Big Bang, Exit Number 8

By | Published on Monday 24 September 2018

And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…

Adam Kay – This Is Going To Hurt (Secret Diaries Of A Junior Doctor) | Greenwich Theatre | 1 Oct
Back over to the Greenwich Theatre (we were there yesterday for ‘Ventoux’, if you recall) for a date with award winning, much loved and oft-well-reviewed-by-our-Edinburgh-writers comedian Adam Kay. If you’re aware of his work, it’s highly likely you already want to go. If you’re not, take it from us, he is worth seeing. Take a look here.

Big Bang | Camden People’s Theatre | 1 Oct
Another of CPTs brilliant Big Bang Nights, in which you get to see a line up of new in-progress works, and this one includes work by the latest recipients of the venue’s seed commissions for artists from BAME backgrounds. I won’t try and tell you more about each of the different things you’ll see in this show, as it would take to long, but I’d urge you to head to this link here and have your interest piqued.

Exit Number 8 | King’s Head Theatre | 1-7 Oct (pictured)
“It is 8.13am and I am stood on platform 2, Central line, one foot in front of the yellow line and one foot behind it. I am quite literally straddling danger.” Lucy has taken the day off and she isn’t going to waste it. No time for quiet. She’s taking back control. But what is Lucy running from and why can’t she return to Exit Number 8?” An interesting-looking comedic solo play written and performed by Katie Sherrard, book your tickets here.

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