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Three To See on 20 May: Love (Watching Madness), The Trial, Don’t Cha Wish Your Scouser Was Boss Like Me

By | Published on Sunday 13 May 2018

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

Love (Watching Madness) | Drayton Arms Theatre | 20-21 May (pictured)
“My mum threw a trifle at my best friend and that’s when I first thought something was probably wrong” A new one woman play from Speak Up Theatre, focusing on a mother and daughter relationship and the issue of bipolar disorder. Expect “Questions. Answers. Trifle. Tides.”, and see the venue website here for details and to book tickets.

The Trial | New Diorama | 20-21 May
“Josef K. wakes up one morning, hungry and disconcerted, only to find he has been arrested. He is not told why, nor by whom. He does not get to eat his breakfast. And so begins ‘The Trial’.” People Zoo Productions present this award-winning adaptation of Franz Kafka’s classic novel, see this page here for all the info.

Don’t Cha Wish Your Scouser Was Boss Like Me | King’s Head Theatre | 19-21 + 26-28 May
“Forget your Beyonce and your Ariana; Kate’s in town… and she’s brought her own Sasha Fierce! The best thing to come out of Liverpool since the Superlambanana, is now in London! 17 year old Kate and her imaginary friend Mabel with brand new material, a piano and some tales from the North to shock even the strongest of audiences; same old potty mouth, new smash hits from the musicals.” Sounds fun, a mixture of musical theatre, stand up and play. Book tickets here.



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