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Three To See on 29 Jun: Rosie Wilby – Is Monogamy Dead? Book Launch, 00 And His 7 – A James Bond Ballet, Johnny Cochrane – Appeal

By | Published on Thursday 22 June 2017

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

Rosie Wilby – Is Monogamy Dead? Book Launch | Gay’s The Word | 29 Jun
As part of Pride In London, TW favourite Rosie Wilby is launching her new book, and will do so by performing some excerpts from it before discussing the content with Diva magazine’s Carrie Lyell. As you might already have gathered, it takes a humorous and mildly scientific-sounding look at the subject of monogamy, and why society continues to cling rigidly to the concept when it clearly doesn’t work for everyone. For more info on this event, see this page here, and for other Pride events, start here.

00 And His 7: A James Bond Ballet | Chelsea Theatre | 29-30 Jun
I’m not a huge fan of James Bond films, to be honest, but I enjoy a spoof, and I also enjoy ballet, so I can’t help thinking that this production from The London Ballet Company will be a very entertaining affair. I also suspect that this is the kind of show that might convert those people who say they categorically don’t like ballet, so you might want to take them along. Click here for info.

Johnny Cochrane – Appeal | Soho Theatre | 29 Jun-1 Jul (pictured)
CBBC alumnus and general all round rising star Johnny Cochrane heads Soho-wards with a run of his debut Edinburgh show, which he took to the Fringe last year, and which is all about how to create the perfect debut show. Not sure how instructive it will be, but you can definitely expect to be entertained, see this page here for details.

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