Comedy Theatre Today In London

Three To See on 2 Aug: Boom, Luke Heggie – Rough Diamante, Daniel Simonsen – No Net

By | Published on Wednesday 26 July 2017

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

Boom | Theatre503 | 2-26 Aug
“Jules, a marine biologist, placed a personals ad offering “sex to change the course of the world”. Jo replied and has come to Jules’ lab expecting a hot night of no strings sex. But this is no casual encounter, it has evolutionary significance and the future of the human race hangs in the balance. Will they survive? Will we survive? What’s with the fish tank? And who is the strange woman in the corner?” Well, that sounds excellently intriguing, doesn’t it? Head this way to book.

Luke Heggie – Rough Diamante | Soho Theatre | 1-5 Aug (pictured)
A UK debut from a comedian much acclaimed in his home country of Australia, though be careful, you may not be welcome at his performances if you are the sort of person who eats bananas with the string still on. Or if you have a signature that takes longer than three seconds to complete… To find out more about whether you are allowed to attend or not, see this page here.

Daniel Simonsen – No Net | The Bill Murray | 1-13 Aug
This one’s from the ongoing Camden Fringe (see the festival website here for an overview of everything that’s on) and is one of two shows the Norwegian comedian is performing. It’s called ‘No Net’ because he’s going on stage without any script, as the purpose of these shows is to create new material in front of your very eyes. He’s a talent, so don’t be too worried about what will happen. Click here for details.

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