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Three To See on 10 Jun: Felicity Ward – 50% More Likely To Die, CMU and Meltdown present Where Next For Music?, The Last Ones

By | Published on Saturday 3 June 2017

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

Felicity Ward – 50% More Likely To Die | Underbelly Festival | 10 Jun (pictured)
Following the success of ‘What If There Is No Toilet’, her 2015 show focusing on anxiety and mental illness, the ever excellent Australian import Felicity Ward reprises the topic of mental health with ‘50% More Likely To Die’. It may seem like an unlikely theme, but don’t make any assumptions: this woman is always hilarious and this show met with a resounding thumbs up from our reviewer when she saw it at last year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Click here for all the info.

CMU and Meltdown present Where Next For Music? | Royal Festival Hall | 10 Jun
In the interests of being transparent in this post-truth era, I will offer full disclosure, even before you’ve managed to work it out for yourself: CMU is part of our UnLimited family, and therefore, yes, we are kinda tipping our own event. But it’s cooool because it’s free, and will be extremely interesting, especially for those of you who work in the business of music. There are three different sessions, all in the afternoon, click here for more info about each of them.

The Last Ones | Jermyn Street Theatre | 7 Jun-1 Jul
You probably know all about this play already because you will have read the nice Q&A we did last week with the director of the show Anthony Biggs. Sorry, what was that? You’d like to read it again? No problem, see this page here. Or, to just cut to the chase and book your tickets for the UK premiere of this portrayal of a family and a country in the grip of revolution by renowned nineteenth century Russian writer Maxim Gorky, head right this way.



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