Children's Shows Circus Comedy Theatre ThisWeek In London

Three To See on 15 Apr: There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly, Even When I Fall, Amorphous Horse Presents – Citation Needed

By | Published on Sunday 8 April 2018

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

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly | Greenwich Theatre | 15 Apr
And yes, one last children’s tip to finish off the Easter vacation with a bang. Quite literally if that woman explodes from eating all those beasts. But maybe she won’t, as this is a children’s show and I am not sure whether they will go through that whole thing where she dies at the end or not. Presumably not, as it’s a described charming and heartwarming family fun experience. Anway, ignore my ramblings, this looks good. Click here for details.

Even When I Fall | Roundhouse | 15 Apr (pictured)
Part of the previously much mentioned CircusFest 2018, ‘Even When I Fall’ is a documentary film about Circus Kathmandu, Nepal’s first and only circus, founded by a group of young trafficking survivors. It follows a six year journey as they struggle against the odds to bring their artform to the stages of Nepal, challenge the stigma against trafficked women and address their own pasts. See this page here for more.

Amorphous Horse Presents – Citation Needed | The Bill Murray | 15 Apr
“Celebrities have an annoying habit of being too important, or too dead, to perform on the London comedy circuit. But a new, fool-proof system allows largely fool-based improv troupe Amorphous Horse to bring a celebrity of your choosing to life before your very eyes. Join them as they summon the great and the good through the magic of Wikipedia, then use the celebrity monsters they’ve created to inspire a night of improvised comedy.” I’m sold. Details here.