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Three To See on 24 Sep: A Kettle Of Fish, Drip Feed, Camden Underground – Here Comes The Sun

By | Published on Monday 17 September 2018

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

A Kettle Of Fish | The Yard Theatre | 24 Sep-13 Oct
“Lisa is on her way to a new country for her work. She has spent months learning. She’s read the books, she’s watched the YouTube videos. She knows this business.But something has happened thousands of feet below, hundreds of miles away. A disaster. A tragedy. Something that prompts her to question what is more important to her; where she has come from? Or where she is going?” A new play from Brad Birch, starring Wendy Kweh, see the venue website here for info.

Drip Feed | Soho Theatre | 24 Sep – 20 Oct (pictured)
The premiere of a brand new play, winner of Soho Theatre’s biennial Verity Bargate Award, written and performed by Karen Cogan. It’s set in Cork in 1998, and deals with the messy business of being young, queer and female in Ireland. “Brenda and her best pal are part of the furniture. Dancing on tables and 3am breakfast rolls. But what if you wake up hungover and broken on the wrong person’s doorstep, realise you’ve got it wrong, all wrong, and it might just be too late?” Details here.

Camden Underground – Here Comes The Sun | 24-25 Sep
I think we’ve done a couple of picks already from Camden Underground, three weeks of events made for intimate or unconventional spaces, and here’s another one. It’s a work in progress from performance artist Joseph Morgan Schofield, and honestly, I am not quite sure what to expect, but I’m certainly intrigued, and I thought you might be too. Follow this link here for more.



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