Three To See on 2 Aug: When Harlem Met Kenya, Finger In The Pie’s Wunderfinger, Untranslatable
By TW Editorial | Published on Tuesday 26 July 2016
And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…
When Harlem Met Kenya | Cockpit Theatre | 2 Aug
your latest instalment from Camden Fringe is an original play developed from a poem called ‘Harlem’, written and directed by award winning creative Jahmar Ngozi. “Set in the Harlem Renaissance, a beautiful African girl causes a stir in the city and captures the heart of a poet. As creative characters of the community co-exist
New York springs to life with music, poetry and ideas!” I think that sounds lovely, and I expect you do to, so head this way for details.
Finger In The Pie’s Wunderfinger | London Wonderground | 2+16 Aug (pictured)
You’ve got two nights only to see this fabulously anarchic and unpredictable late night cabaret show, which promises disarmingly sexy mimes and grotesque surreal madness from a host of badly behaved acts led by legend of the scene, Baby Lame. For more info and to book see the London Wonderground website here.
Untranslatable | The Space | 2-13 Aug
This sounds like it will be a very analytical piece: the intimate examination of a relationship between two people, a portrait of love and the depiction of the small but significant moments that occur between lovers, asking the question “what are the things that keep us together and what are the things that tear us apart?” See this page here for more.