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Three To See on 13 Nov: Damsel Develops, Beta Public VII, Under The Eyes Of Baron Samedi

By | Published on Monday 6 November 2017

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

Damsel Develops | The Bunker | 13-19 Nov
This new festival was created with the aim of helping emerging female directors to develop work, and will feature material written or conceived by women and committed to representing female experiences on stage. The result is a plethora of rehearsed and staged readings, feedback sessions, excerpts of new work and live music, see this page here to discover what’s going on and when.

Beta Public VII | Camden People’s Theatre | 13 Nov
This unique curated evening of videogames and performance returns for a seventh instalment, following the sell out success of the first six. What can you expect? New games and exciting performances, experimentation and collaboration, interaction with developers, and sitting in the bar having drinks with friends. And yes, that’s all there in the blurb, even that last bit, check this page here for more info if you don’t believe me.

Under The Eyes Of Baron Samedi | Soho Theatre | 13 Nov (pictured)
Extraordinary storyteller Jan Blake is accompanied by Estonian troubadour Silver Sepp as she takes you on a journey through a dream-scape of Haitian folktales, inspired by Diane Wolkstein’s seminal collection ‘The Magic Orange Tree’ and filled with “sly humour, rum, good food, poverty, gods, animalistic transformation, and down-right voudon”. Click here for all the details.



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