Dance & Physical Theatre Today In London

Three To See on 31 May: The Greatest Liar In All The World, The Man Who Knows It All, Mothers

By | Published on Wednesday 24 May 2017

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

The Greatest Liar In All The World | Greenwich Theatre | 31 May (pictured)
We love the creators of this show – Familia De La Noche – so much that at the Edinburgh Festival back in 2015 we gave them a ThreeWeeks Editors Award. Everything they produce is quality, and this show in particular earned a beyond-glowing five star write up from our reviewer. To find out more about the company and this show, you could read the Q&A we did with them in 2013, and then head this way to book your tickets.

The Man Who Knows It All | Unicorn Theatre | 31 May-4 Jun
“Two performers and a musician go on a quest in search of everything it is possible to know. Along the way it becomes evident that the questions and answers just keep coming, especially when the audience gets involved. Knowing everything is more difficult than we imagine.” An intriguing sounding show, conceived and directed by Jetse Batelaan. Is it possible to know everything? Go and see what the man who knows it all has to say. See this page here for details.

Mothers | The Place | 31 May + 1 Jun
Expect something odd, dark bizarre and chaotic from this piece by Frauke Requardt, which focuses on (as you might expect from the title) mothers and the messy business of being one, and promises to evoke the sticky, relentless, oft-interrupted experience of motherhood. As well as two evening performances, there’s a daytime parent and baby session, if you want to attend with a teeny in tow, though they really do have to be babies, as the show isn’t really suitable for children. See the venue website here for more.

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