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Three To See on 19 Nov: Knock Knock, And Then The Rabbit Died, Thirty Christmases Fundraising Comedy Night

By | Published on Sunday 12 November 2017

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

Knock Knock | TheatreN16 | 19 Nov (pictured)
There’s a reason why we gave ‘Knock Knock’s writer and and performer Niv Petel a ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award up at the old edfringe this summer just gone. It all began when our reviewer saw it and came out and said this: “When the play ended, the audience didn’t move, didn’t breathe for what felt like an age; even now, hours later, I’m still reeling.” Don’t miss your chance to see this extraordinary show, see this page here for info.

And Then The Rabbit Died | Hope Theatre | 19-20 Nov
“As a storm batters against the doors of a small north Dublin community centre, a book group gathers inside to discuss their weekly readings. But something boisterous is coming this way.New member Aisling bursts in late and crashes the group who are already ready well under way. She is drunk, soaked to the skin and worst of all, she’s pregnant.” This promises to be a funny account of what it’s like to be pregnant in contemporary Ireland. Click here for more.

Thirty Christmases Fundraising Comedy Night | New Diorama | 19 Nov
A fab looking fundraiser connected with ‘Thirty Christmases’, a show we will definitely be tipping in the near future. The amazing line-up consists of Josie Long, Jonny & The Baptists, Felicity Ward, Ahir Shah and Bilal Zafar, so you can be sure you are in for a very good night. See the venue website here for details.



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