Three To See on 16 Feb: Flamenco Festival London, Four Play, Play Dough
By TW Editorial | Published on Tuesday 9 February 2016
And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…
Flamenco Festival London | Sadler’s Wells | 16-28 Feb
Oooooh, I love Flamenco, it’s one of my most favourite things in the world ever. There are times when it makes me feel like moving to Spain. But now I won’t have to because Sadler’s Wells have a fabulous series of Flamenco performances for me to choose from over the course of the next week or so. Amongst the talented folks involved are guitarist Vicente Amigo, singer Esperanza Fernández, and dancer Sara Baras. Step this way to see the line up of events.
Four Play | Theatre503 | 16 Feb-12 Mar
There’s so much good stuff on at Theatre503, and I’m expecting this to be no exception. As the name might hint a little, it’s a contemporary comedy about twenty first century sex and commitment, focusing on two couples, one of which has hit a bit of a rut in in their physical relationship. For more info and to book, see this page here.
Play Dough | The Albany | 16 Feb (pictured)
Well, it continues to be half term, so here’s another one for the young things. This isn’t actually a show involving that squishy modelling stuff, though, so don’t be misled – it’s actually a bit more interesting than that – it’s about cash: an interactive, playful show focusing the value of money, for kids aged 7+. No doubt it will be educational, but definitely fun. See the venue website here for more info and to book.