Three To See on 28 Mar: Ballet Black, Letters To Myself, Sea Fret
By TW Editorial | Published on Tuesday 21 March 2017
And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…
Ballet Black | ArtsDepot | 28 Mar
The brilliant Ballet Black heads to north London with its latest mixed bill commissioned by artistic director Cassa Pancho. Expect three pieces of bold choreography blending the classical, contemporary, narrative and abstract: Martin Lawrance’s ‘Captured’, set to the music of Shostakovich, Michael Corder’s abstract ‘House of Dreams’, and a twist on a traditional fairy tale in South Bank Award winner Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s ‘Red Riding Hood’. Get your tickets, here, before they are all gone.
Letters To Myself | Camden People’s Theatre | 28-29 Mar (pictured)
“I’ve been given the opportunity to write to you and realised there are a few things I’d like to say. You are bright, unique and capable of anything. You are really more precious than you can imagine. You don’t marry Keanu Reeves. I’m really sorry to break it to you.” A show created using real letters written by real people, ‘Letters To Myself’ takes a look at regret, but promises to be funny and heart-warming at the same time. Click this link here for more.
Sea Fret | Old Red Lion | 28 Mar-22 Apr
This new play, written by Tallulah Brown and directed by Carla Kingham is about erosion, of more than one kind, of friendship, home and family. Protagonist Ruby lives in a house on the coast which is directly affected by rising sea levels, but it’s hard to stay focused on that when she wants spend time with her best friend Lucy before she leaves to go to university. See the venue website here for details.