So, it’s Polar Bear Day, and accordingly we at TW London have fished this list of well-chilled cultural ideas, placed it on ice, and are sharing it with you whilst it’s still Arctic-fresh…
TODAY’S COMEDY CHOICES
Richard Sandling’s Perfect Movie, Leicester Square Theatre, 27 Feb
Versatile MC Richard Sandling celebrates four years of his superlative comic gag-reel, inviting special party guests/film geeks Brett Goldstein, Colin Hoult and David Reed to share in his cinematic chat, and maybe a slice of cake. Details and tickets here,
Stand Up For Shelter, Hammersmith Apollo, 27 Feb
Piano-playing hot-ticket Tim Minchin, impressionist extraordinaire Alistair McGowan, Dave-deemed ‘Best Gag’-teller Stewart Francis, comic chanteuse Sara Pascoe and perma-tanned man band the Cuban Brothers raise the Apollo roof in the name of homelessness charity Shelter. Details and tickets here.
TODAY’S MUSIC CHOICES
Nathan Fake, Plan B Brixton, 27 Feb
Classically-schooled Norfolk DJ Nathan Fake live-advertises a forte for “fuzzy-edged synths and maximal acidic techno beats”, as demo’d in his first ever LP foray, ‘Steam Days’. Details and tickets here.
Sections: Comedy - Today In London | Tags: Alastair McGowan, Alistair McGowan, Brett Goldstein, Colin Hoult, Cuban Brothers, David Reed, Hammersmith Apollo, Nathan Fake, Plan B Brixton, Richard Sandling, Sara Pascoe, Stewart Francis, Tim Minchin