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Three To See on 28 Nov: Speaking Bodies, Phil Wang – Kinabalu, Christmas At Kew

By | Published on Tuesday 21 November 2017

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

Speaking Bodies | New Diorama | 28 Nov
“All I want is to be who I am. Pure. True. And unafraid. But is anyone listening?” A promising sounding new piece from inclusive company Dandelion Collective, which combines dance with text and live music and explores the importance of forming human ties while questioning our ability to listen, and challenging preconceptions of how we perceive ourselves and those around us. Click here for more.

Phil Wang – Kinabalu | Soho Theatre | 28 Nov-9 Dec
Phil Wang heads Soho-wards with a show that achieved sell outs and acclaim at the edfringe in the summer, and certainly won the heart of our reviewer, who proclaimed it to be a “brilliantly silly” hour in the company of an astute and funny performer. Anyway, don’t just take our word for it, go spend some time with this very much up and coming comedian (you probably saw him on HIGNFY) and see the evidence for yourself. All the details are on the venue website here.

Christmas At Kew | Kew Gardens | 22 Nov-1 Jan (pictured)
It’s a dull Tuesday in November, and so I think it might be time, for some of you, to get into the Christmas thing right now. There’s not much I love more than Christmas lights, and these days the sort they put on at places like Kew and various National Trust type places round the country just gladden my heart. A great way to embrace the winter darkness, enjoying lit up trees and coloured jets of light. Fab, book here.