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Three To See on 15 July: Asperger’s Are Us, We Live By The Sea, Richard III

By | Published on Saturday 8 July 2017

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

Asperger’s Are Us | Hackney Attic | 15 Jul
You may have already heard of Netflix stars Asperger’s Are Us, the US comedy troupe entirely comprised of performers who are on the autistic spectrum. If not, then, FYI, then you can expect clever wordplay and offbeat, absurdist, goofy sketches. Entirely suitable for both neurotypicals and neurodivergents. See this page here to book tickets.

We Live By The Sea | Greenwich Theatre | 14-29 Jul
“Katy and her (imaginary) dog Paul Williams live with their sister Hannah in a sleepy coastal town. When lonely teenager Ryan moves there from the city he and Katy make a connection that will shake their worlds forever.” After successful runs in various other places round the globe (including the Edinburgh Festival), this acclaimed play by Patch Of Blue returns to London for a short run at Greenwich Theatre, see the venue website here for more info.

Richard III | The Rose Playhouse | 11-23 Jul
As someone who covers all the Fringe stuff, I generally delight in all its brand new, innovative, genre mixing freshness. But, you know, sometimes it’s great to see the traditionally brilliant stuff like Shakespeare plays. Because, you know, Shakespeare. And this one is brought to you by Shoreditch’s internationally-touring Malachite Theatre, and has been especially created for the historic Rose Playhouse. Click here for details.



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