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Three To See on 4 Sep: The Awkward Silence – The Bastard King, Nazeem Hussain – Public Frenemy, Me And Robin Hood

By | Published on Monday 28 August 2017

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

The Awkward Silence – The Bastard King | Hen & Chickens | 4-8 Sep
This is The Awkward Silence’s third ‘narrative sketch show’ (I am never quite sure what the difference is between a narrative sketch show and a piece of comedy theatre, could someone send answers on a postcard please) and they’ve had good reviews in the past so hopefully this will be lots of fun. See the venue website here for more:

Nazeem Hussain – Public Frenemy | Soho Theatre | 4-9 Sep
Award winning Australian stand up and TV star Nazeem Hussain returns to Soho Theatre with a show that won much praise at Mebourne Comedy Festival earlier in the year. In this show he discusses his love/not-so-love relationship with his home country. Seems like he might be working towards global domination, so take your chance to see him now. Click here for details.

Me And Robin Hood | Royal Court Theatre | 4-16 Sep (pictured)
TW uber-favourite Shôn Dale-Jones performs his latest work – about his long standing relationship with his fictional friend Robin – which we saw and loved in Edinburgh last month. It’s not just entertainment but a call to arms, really, from someone who wants to change the way we use money, and do something about inequality and the gap between rich and poor. He is so freaking great. See this page here for info.

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