Comedy Theatre Today In London

Three To See on 25 Jun: Signals, Wilson Dixon – For The First Time Again, William Andrews – Willy

By | Published on Monday 18 June 2018

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

Signals | New Diorama Theatre | 25 Jun
“Alone on the night shift, two data analysts monitor radio waves for signs of alien contact. Every shift is the same. But tonight is different. Tonight is the night they’ve been waiting for.” Hurrah, Incoming Festival has begun at New Diorama. This is our first pick (of a great sounding show from an award winning company) from that line up but I guarantee there will be more! See this page here for info.

Wilson Dixon – For The First Time Again | Soho Theatre | 25-30 Jun
Star of Radio 2 and much award-nominated musical comedy act Wilson Dixon heads Soho-wards to “escape his laidback country lifestyle where things are falling apart at the seams: songs about heartbreak, wheat, and farm animals are no problem for Wilson, but country music about terrorism and neoliberal monetary policy are a bit harder…” Find all the details and book your tickets here.

William Andrews – Willy | The Bill Murray | 25 Jun (pictured)
This guy has been doing comedy for a fairly long time, but you know, I am super old and therefore old enough to remember that he made his Edinburgh debut early in this century (2003 I think?) in a show in which he portrayed the character of Tony Carter. He followed that up with some sterling sketch show work and loads of acting appearances on the telly. But enough of history, Monday 25 June is what it’s about. Don’t miss this quality act performing the show that he’s taking to the Scottish capital this summer. See this page here for more.

READ MORE ABOUT: | | | | |