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Three To See on 20 Aug: Fourth Monkey’s Women Of Greece, Pilgrimmage, Clare Plested

By | Published on Sunday 13 August 2017

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

Fourth Monkey’s Women Of Greece: Persephone | The Monkey House | 17-23 Aug
Fourth Monkey spent the first half of August up in Edinburgh with a number of shows (five, to be precise) and now, in the second half of the month, they’ve brought them back to London for the Camden Fringe. I picked ‘Persephone’ randomly, really – I would be equally interested in seeing their two other ‘Women Of Greece’ shows (focusing on Pandora and Medusa) – because they all look like they’ll offer an interesting take on their subject matter. See this page here.

Pilgrimmage | The Lion and Unicorn | 19-22 Aug
I thought it might be nice to spend the whole day at Camden Fringe today, so I went looking for other options and found this, which seems rather intriguing: “In a world of barbed wire fences and concrete walls, what can one do but dream of world outside the borders? Set in a fictional land, Pilgrimmage follows a group of individuals as they adventure on a perilous journey to explore what’s on the outside. Will it be just like the amazing stories? Or will it all be too good to be true?” Head this way to book your tickets.

Clare Plested – Partay! | The Bill Murray | 20 Aug (pictured)
“Underrated mother and performer Clare Plested tries her hand at children’s entertainment. An interactive character comedy show with prizes for the best dressed! Iced Gems provided.” I thought we might end our day at good old Fringe de Camden by spending some time with this veteran TW favourite, see the venue website here for more.

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