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Three To See on 8 May: Rattle Snake, Kali Theatre presents War Plays, Nightclubbing

By | Published on Tuesday 1 May 2018

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

Rattle Snake | Soho Theatre | 8-19 May
“A story with no ending; a chance meeting with one man changes the lives of two women forever. Now they both live trying to predict the unpredictable.” Back to Soho Theatre, even though we were there all day yesterday, because we want you to have all the chances to see this award winning show about women who have experienced coercive controlling domestic abuse. Important stuff, see this page here.

Kali Theatre presents War Plays | Tristan Bates Theatre | 8-19 May
The excellent Kali Theatre presents this short season of readings of seven new full length plays and accompanying events, inspired by women’s experiences of conflict in Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Iraq, Tibet, Bangladesh and occupied France. A different play each night, so check the listing here for details of what’s on when.

Nightclubbing | Camden People’s Theatre | 8-12 May (pictured)
“Women to the front, LGBTQIA to the front, People of Colour to the front!” This awesome looking show sees Rachael Young and a “badass band of super-humans” embrace Afrofuturism and the cult of Grace Jones in what promises to be an explosive performance including live music, intergalactic visions, and all round revolution. Click here for details.



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