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Three To See on 19 Jun: Jamie Saves The World, Trinity, Swing Out

By | Published on Monday 12 June 2017

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

Jamie Saves The World | Old Red Lion Theatre | 19 Jun
This sounds fun: “An epic, one man Sci-Fi adventure, taking us on a “hero’s journey” through wormholes, romance, hangovers, semantics, danger, Bruce Springsteen, comedy and the fate of the universe!” Especially as it promises to be unlike anything you have ever seen before, though admittedly heavily influenced by “everything you’ve seen before”. See this page here for details.

Trinity | The Asylum | 19-22+26-27 Jun (pictured)
Brought to you by an acclaimed group of international artists – Brave New Worlds, a collective based in the South-East of England and Lithuania – ‘Trinity’ explores how women’s bodies have been depicted through the ages, and offers a very visually striking treat accompanied by an immersive sound experience. This won praise up at the edfringe last summer, definitely expect something fabulous and affecting. Click here for all the info.

Swing Out | Underbelly Festival | 19 Jun
Hurrah for swing, and this invitation to step back in time to the early twentieth century for an evening of vintage dancing and live music. It all kicks off with a dance class so that you know what you are doing, before you spend the rest of your night getting down to the sounds of the jazz age. There are three more events like this over the summer, too, see the Underbelly website here for more.