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Three To See on 9 Sep: The Palest Ink, Deadclub, Alice Fraser – Empire

By | Published on Saturday 2 September 2017

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

The Palest Ink | Hen & Chickens Theatre | 9-11 Sep
“The story of a doctor driven to kill by an impossible love for a married woman is a story told a thousand times; but how many times have you heard it from the pages of the guilty party’s diary?” This play is inspired by Swedish novelist Hjalmar Söderberg’s then-controversial 1905 novel ‘Doktor Glas’, and I think it sounds rather promising. See this page here for all the details.

Deadclub | The Place | 9-30 Sep
If you’ve seen previous collaborations by Frauke Requardt and David Rosenberg – the likes of ‘Electric Hotel’ and ‘Motor Show’ – then you might already have booked your tickets for their latest work together, given the previous success of their unique site-specific, physical pieces. They’re usually outside, but this time they’ve moved indoors with this slightly scary sounding look at memory distortion, see the venue website here for more.

Alice Fraser – Empire | Camden Comedy Club | 9 Sep (pictured)
Following successful runs at The Melbourne Comedy Festival and The Edinburgh Festival Fringe, very clever Australian comedian Alice Fraser calls in at Camden Comedy Club with this show focusing on power, quantum physics and Disney villains. Head this way for more information.



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