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Three To See on 11 Jun: Slightly Fat Features in Variety Soup, Landmines, Trash

By | Published on Sunday 4 June 2017

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

Slightly Fat Features in Variety Soup | Underbelly Festival | 11 Jun
Roll up, roll up, for riotous comedy cabaret fun courtesy of award-winning troupe Slightly Fat Features, who we first saw and loved up at the Edinburgh Festival back in 2013. Expect a wide variety of hilarious antics, physical mayhem, tiger taming, and bullet catching… plus original live music. Click this link here for more.

Landmines | Ovalhouse | 6-24 Jun
“When a peaceful politician is slain on the streets of Vida’s hometown, she’s deeply affected. The atrocity triggers a journey of descent in which Vida risks self-destruction in a bid to confront the rise in bigotry and fascism. Just as she feels most alone, she discovers there are others who feel the same as her – and now the deadly potential of their combined potency is about to be unleashed.” The play’s by Phil Davies (who wrote ‘Firebird’ that was on at Hampstead Theatre) and the production is by the BRIT school’s Bridge Company of recent graduates. See this page here for more.

Trash | Theatre N16 | 11-12 Jun (pictured)
The story of three girls who awake in a darkened room, each having lost their memory, and with no recollection of the past. Exploring the notion that emotional damage inflicted in youth shapes you, and the idea that people must overcome past trauma in order to move on to a better existence, ‘Trash’ sees its protagonists attempting to discover who they are, and how they are connected. See the venue website here for info.

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