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Three To See on 15 Feb: Noisy Holiday, Lloyd Griffith – in:undated, Gold Coast

By | Published on Thursday 8 February 2018

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

Noisy Holiday | Battersea Arts Centre | 15-17 Feb
We’ve recommended quite a few children’s shows this week and the childless among you might be wondering why. Nothing to worry about, it’s just half term, the children are on holiday and the parents are desperate for peace, and/or the chance to culturally enlighten their child. This particular show is from one of my all time favourite creatives, Kid Carpet, who presents a fun story all about going on a holiday which ends up being rather noisy, and who will entertain you adults as much as he’ll entertain your kids. See the venue website here for info.

Lloyd Griffith – in:undated | Soho Theatre | 15-17 Feb (pictured)
I heard a lot of good things about this show from Lloyd Griffith when he performed it at the Edinburgh Fringe last summer, but sadly didn’t get to see it. From what I gathered, it’s very much about a break-up – a real and personal one – but I don’t think anyone needs to expect to be depressed by it because it will be delivered by a funny and engaging stand up who will make you laugh and smile, and maybe even put an upbeat spin on heartbreak. If that’s possible. Head this way for details.

Gold Coast | Theatre503 | 13-17 Feb
“Joe’s a soldier who can’t fight. A lover who can’t love. He’s carrying a terrible secret that’s threatening to tear his life apart. It’s 2003 and Joe’s returned from Iraq. His wife Roz knows something is wrong. She struggles to help him. Thousands of miles away, years later, his teenage daughter Lisa is fighting her own demons. Can Joe come to terms with his past to save his daughter’s future?” This play by Louise Gooding explores damage to three generations of one family caused by wars in the gulf region. See this page here for more.

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