Comedy Dance & Physical Theatre Today In London

Three To See on 30 Jul: Rob Broderick – The Musical In My Mind, Screwed, Just To Get Married

By | Published on Sunday 23 July 2017

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

Rob Broderick – The Musical In My Mind | The Bill Murray | 30 Jul (pictured)
“Rob is a man with a dream – to write the world’s biggest hip hop musical. Join him for a show that’s two parts Drake, one part Disney, combining hip hop, comedy and animation.” And you know he’s capable of that because, as you know, you know him best from his work as one of Abandoman. Repetition of “you know” entirely deliberate. Head this way for details.

Screwed | The Bunker Theatre | 29-31 Jul
Three mixed bills featuring a range of international artists from a number of different dance backgrounds. It sounds fabulous – expect a “weird, wild and wonderful variety of fresh, experimental performance”. Click here for more info.

Just To Get Married | Finborough Theatre | 25 Jul-19 Aug
After all this time, it surely deserves a revival: written by actress, journalist, playwright and suffragette Cicely Hamilton, and first produced at the Little Theatre in London in 1910, ‘Just To Get Married’ hasn’t been performed since 1918. Marriage at that time largely came about as the result of economic decisions rather than romantic ones, and this play asks questions about how marriage can be equal when the sexes are not. Still relevant. See this page here for more info.