Monday August 24th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 30 Aug: Notting Hill Carnival, Quills And Crosses, This Heaven

Notting Hill Carnival

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EVENT: Notting Hill Carnival | Notting Hill | 30-31 Aug (pictured)
The Notting Hill Carnival! You know the Notting Hill Carnival. Two days of carnival action in Notting Hill, filling the streets of West London with colour since 1966. Go down, dance, eat and soak up the atmosphere. Details and tickets here. And check out our sister site CMU’s preview here.

THEATRE: Quills And Crosses | The Gatehouse | 30 Aug
Mathias is an up and coming merchant in Tudor England who wishes to escape his religious background by embracing the tradesmen’s life and reap the rewards. But when the monasteries are under threat from the Act of Supremacy he suddenly finds a need to reconnect with his father. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: This Heaven | Finborough Theatre | 30 Aug – 15 Sep
The European premiere of Nakkiah Lui’s ‘This Heaven’. Set in Mount Druitt, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, Sissy Gordon’s father, an Aboriginal man and pillar of the community, has died in police custody. Suddenly justice seems to have been taken away, and as anger spreads into the streets Sissy has to decide what is her next step. Details and tickets here.

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Sunday August 23rd, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 29 Aug: Fenella Fielding, Richard Herring, South West Four

Fenella Fielding

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COMEDY: An Audience With Fenella Fielding | The Gatehouse | 29-30 Aug (pictured)
Best known for her appearances in two ‘Carry On’ films, ‘Carry On Regardless’ in 1961 and ‘Carry On Screaming!’ in 1966, Fenella Fielding takes to the stage to tell stories from her career. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Richard Herring – Hitler Moustache | Leicester Square Theatre | 29 Aug
Tonight as Richard Herring works his way through all eleven of his previous solo shows at the Leicester Square Theatre, he attempts to reclaim the ‘Hitler moustache’ for comedy – after all, Charlie Chaplain had it first. How successful this 2009 show was in its aim isn’t clear, but it is very funny. Details and tickets here.

FESTIVAL: South West Four | Clapham Common | 29-30 Aug
Clapham Common’s dance music focussed SW4 festival returns, with a headline set from Faithless tonight and Skrillex tomorrow. Also on the bill are Fatboy Slim, Eric Prydz, Sasha, Carl Cox, Basement Jaxx, and more. Details and tickets here.

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Saturday August 22nd, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 28 Aug: MJ Hibbett, Richard Herring, Planet Of The Apes

MJ Hibbett (and Steve)

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COMEDY: MJ Hibbett (And Steve) – Hey Hey 16k | Camden Comedy Club | 28-29 Aug
MJ Hibbett and Steve (just Steve) return with their latest two-man rock opera based on the viral internet hit Hibbett had back in 2001 when the internet was all still held together with string. Find out more in an interview with Hibbett on this edition of the ThreeWeeks podcast. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Richard Herring – The Headmaster’s Son | Leicester Square Theatre | 28 Aug
Richard Herring is still powering through every single one of his solo shows, getting ever closer to a brand new one as the finale of the run. Tonight we reach 2008 and one of our favourites, ‘The Headmaster’s Son’, in which he recalls his childhood as… well the clue’s in the title. Details and tickets here.

FILM: Planet Of The Apes – Live | Royal Festival Hall | 28 Aug
The original ‘Planet Of The Apes’ film from 1968 is a stone cold classic. Who wouldn’t want to go and see it shown on the big screen. And the BBC Concert Orchestra are performing a live soundtrack too? You maniacs! Sounds brilliant. Details and tickets here.

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Friday August 21st, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 27 Aug: Young Thug, Young Jean Lee, I Dreamt Of A Flower

Young Jean Lee

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DANCE: I Dreamt Of A Flower | Kentish Town Community Centre | 27-29 Aug
A dance performance in the Japanese butoh style inspired by ‘Blue Of Noon’ by Georges Bataille and danced by Flavia Ghisalberti & Ezio Tangini. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Young Thug | Islington Academy | 27 Aug
Off the back of his recent ‘Barter 6’ mixtape, Young Thug performs his first ever London show tonight at the Islington Academy. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC/THEATRE: Young Jean Lee – We’re Gonna Die | Queen Elizabeth Hall | 27-30 Aug (pictured)
Playwright Young Jean Lee performs her show ‘We’re Gonna Die’, a mix of songs and monologues accompanied by her band Future Wife and, for these Meltdown Festival shows, the event’s curator David Byrne. Details and tickets here.

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Thursday August 20th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 26 Aug: Sam Green, Decide-A-Quest, No More Lotus Flower

No More Lotus Flower

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FILM: Sam Green – The Measure Of All Things | Queen Elizabeth Hall | 26 Aug
As part of David Byrne’s Meltdown Festival, Sam Green presents a live documentary, blending pre-recorded film footage, in-person commentary and live music. Loosely inspired by the Guinness Book Of Records, Green’s film presents a series of portraits of record-holding people, places and things. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Decide-A-Quest | Canal Cafe Theatre | 25-29 Aug
An interactive Choose Your Own Adventure-style theatre show, in which you (the audience) set out on a quest to find a yeti. Your choices will take you all over the world, and maybe even into space. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: No More Lotus Flower! | Camden People’s Theatre | 26-30 Aug (pictured)
This piece of documentary theatre uses interviews with British East Asian actors to examine their frustrations with the theatre industry, and how things could change. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday August 19th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 25 Aug: François And The Atlas Mountains, The Scoober Doobers, Houdini – The Art Of Escape

Houdini: The Art of Escape

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CHILDREN’S SHOW: The Scoober Doobers | Kentish Town Community Centre | 25-28 Aug
Part of the Camden Fringe’s programme of children’s shows, ‘The Scoober Doobers’ offer an interactive performance with silliness and games. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: François And The Atlas Mountains | Queen Elizabeth Hall | 25 Aug
French indie band François And The Atlas Mountains perform their latest album ‘L’homme Tranquille’ as part of David Byrne’s Meltdown Festival. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Houdini – The Art Of Escape | Etcetera Theatre | 25-30 Aug (pictured)
This one man show starring Felipe Cabezas uses mime, mask and puppetry to investigate the childhood, life and and death of the escape artist Harry Houdini. Details and tickets here.

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Tuesday August 18th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 24 Aug: Article 10, Nathan Willcock, Being Robin

Article 10

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COMEDY: Nathan Willcock – Cross In A Box | Camden Comedy Club | 24-25 Aug
Nathan Willcock brings his debut hour to the Camden Fringe, in which he combines his interests in love and politics and not being particularly good at either. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Being Robin | Hen & Chickens | 24-25 Aug CANCELLED
35 screaming children fill a Batman-themed party and out of the shadows steps a man dressed as… Robin. ‘Being Robin’ is a one man show that meets the worlds of children’s parties and mid-life crises. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Article 10 | Aces & Eights | 24-29 Aug (pictured)
Returning in a new version following sell-out runs in 2013 and 2014, ‘Article 10’ is an immersive show that takes its name from the section of the European Convention on Human Rights that grants the right to freedom of expression and information. Now, the show asks, in 2015 is that no longer a human right? Details and tickets here.

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Monday August 17th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 23 Aug: Matthew Herbert, Chris Timoney, the Mind Sports Olympiad

Matthew Herbert

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COMEDY: Chris Timoney – Whatever Happened To Terry Bulb? | Camden Comedy Club | 23-27 Aug
Chris Timoney punctuates stand up with songs in this show, which also features a burlesque routine featuring an onion. And you’ve got to admit you’re intrigued now. Details and tickets here.

EVENT: Mind Sports Olympiad | JW3 | 23-31 Aug
The eighteenth annual Mind Sports Olympiad – billed as “an Olympics for the mind” – features over 60 tournaments of games from chess to Tetris. Prove your skills or pick up some new ones. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Matthew Herbert | Queen Elizabeth Hall | 23 Aug (pictured)
David Byrne’s Meltdown Festival gives the opportunity to see Matthew Herbert live, which is a thing everyone should do a minimum of one time in their lifetime. He’ll perform music from his new album ‘The Shakes’, as well as some of his greatest hits, and showcase his new technique for sampling the audience. Details and tickets here.

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Sunday August 16th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 22 Aug: Anna Calvi, Nomad Cinema, While They’re Out

Anna Calvi

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FILM: Nomad Cinema – Princess Bride | Queens Park | 22 Aug
The Nomad Cinema trundles into Queens Park in West London for a screening of Rob Reiner’s classic ‘The Princess Bride’. Start telling everyone your name is Inigo Montoya now. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Anna Calvi | Queen Elizabeth Hall | 22 Aug (pictured)
A special one-off performance from Anna Calvi as part of David Byrne’s Meltdown Festival will see her perform with a twelve-piece choir, a show created in collaboration with Chris Wheeler of The Heritage Orchestra. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: While They’re Out | Hen & Chickens | 22-23 Aug
A new comedy by Allegra Ceccarelli, ‘While They’re Out’ is a story focussed on the quirks of communication. While one person wants to start a revolution, the other wants just to be entertained. How will a third affect this relationship? Details and tickets here.

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Saturday August 15th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 21 Aug: Kinky Boots, Richard Herring, The Blue Bird

The Blue Bird

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COMEDY: Richard Herring – Ménage A Un | Leicester Square Theatre | 21 Aug
Richard Herring continues his run of performing all of his solo stand up shows at the Leicester Square Theatre. From 2006, ‘Menage A Un’ is a reflect on a sex life two people short of a threesome. Details and tickets here.

MUSICAL: Kinky Boots | Adelphi Theatre | 21 Aug – 6 Feb
Based on the film of the same name (and the true story behind it) this music featuring music and lyrics written by Cyndi Lauper comes to London for the first time. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Blue Bird | Moors Bar Theatre | 21-22 Aug (pictured)
Mytyl and Tyltyl, two siblings, are sleeping in their room. Suddenly the mysterious Beryluna appears and gives them a task. They must find the Blue Bird for her daughter who wants to be happy. During their odyssey the children face their fears, deal with loneliness and temptation, but also discover beloved memories. Details and tickets here.

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Friday August 14th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 20 Aug: Sahar Mirhadi, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, The Music of William Onyeabor

William Onyeabor

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COMEDY: Sahar Mirhadi – Dawn Of The Geek | Camden Comedy Club | 20-23 Aug
Sahar Mirhadi’s ‘Dawn Of The Geek’ is a story of self acceptance, of passion meeting obsession, and of stereotypes dancing in a dazzling Anglo-Iranian beat. We learn how she dealt with the recurrence of being shunned for Nintendo, left for wrestling and lied to by Walt Disney. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Atomic Bomb! The Music Of William Onyeabor | Royal Festival Hall | 20 Aug (pictured)
William Onyeabor was a big popstar in Nigeria during the 1970s and 80s, but his music was largely lost to the mists of time in subsequent years after he moved on to other things. More recently, he has been rediscovered by David Byrne and his Luaka Bop record label. Here Byrne and others perform Onyeabor’s music as part of the Meltdown festival. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Hypnotic Brass Ensemble | Queen Elizabeth Hall | 20 Aug
Also in the Meltdown Festival programme today are the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, an eight piece band comprising eight sons of jazz trumpeter and composer Philip Cohran and performing a mixture of jazz, funk, soul and hip-hop. Details and tickets here.

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Thursday August 13th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 19 Aug: Ride, Lady Anna, There Will Be Blood

There Will Be Blood

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MUSIC: There Will Be Blood – Live | Royal Festival Hall | 19 Aug (pictured)
Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood performs his soundtrack to Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘There Will Be Blood’ with the London Contemporary Orchestra along with a screening of the film as part of David Byrne’s Meltdown. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Lady Anna – All At Sea | Park Theatre | 19 Aug – 19 Sep
It’s 1871, and celebrated novelist Anthony Trollope is Australia-bound aboard the steamship Great Britain. Accompanied by his wife Rose and her maid Isabella, Trollope passes the time by writing his latest tale, ‘Lady Anna’. The story, full of intrigue, rebellion and social politics, proves divisive among his fellow passengers – and it’s not long before fact and fiction overlap. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Ride | RADA Studios | 19-25 Aug
A man and a woman wake up in bed together. Naked and hungover, neither can remember how they got there or who the other is. Over 24 hours they attempt to uncover much more than just what brought them together but also what it is that makes them stay. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday August 12th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 18 Aug: Falstaff, Ladylogue, David Byrne’s Library

David Byrne's Library

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EXHIBITION: David Byrne’s Library | Royal Festival Hall | 18-30 Aug (pictured)
Throughout his career David Byrne has collected and read an enormous number of books about music, and throughout this year’s Meltdown Festival, which he is curating, you can read them too, up in the Royal Festival Hall’s Saison Poetry Library. Details here.

OPERA: Falstaff | Arcola Theatre | 18-22 Aug
The final opera by Giuseppe Verdi, ‘Falstaff’ is a comedy based on Shakespeare’s ‘The Merry Wives Of Windsor’ and ‘Henry IV Parts I and II. It is presented as part of this year’s Grimeborn festival in a new production from director Daisy Evans, placing the action in the present day. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Ladylogue! | Tristan Bates Theatre | 18-22 Aug
As part of the Camden Fringe, The Thelmas return to the Tristan Bates with six new one-woman shorts, written by some of the UK’s finest emerging, female playwrights. Details and tickets here.

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Tuesday August 11th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 17 Aug: Iliza Shlesinger, Bianca Casady, I Am Queen Anne

Iliza Shlesinger

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COMEDY: Iliza Shlesinger – Freezing Hot | Soho Theatre | 17-29 Aug (pictured)
Both the youngest and only female comedian to win US stand up talent show ‘Last Comic Standing’, Iliza Shlesinger brings her latest show, ‘Freezing Hot’, to London for a run at the Soho Theatre. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Bianca Casady And The CIA | Queen Elizabeth Hall | 17-18 Aug
It’s the first day of the Southbank Centre’s Meltdown Festival, which this year is curated by David Byrne. Here CocoRosie’s Bianca Casady presents her new musical-performance project. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: I Am Queen Anne | Hen & Chickens | 17-18 Aug
Join Anne, the self-proclaimed Queen, who has the ambition of becoming a powerful and notable woman in the world as she explains (with the help of her giant chess pieces) just how you too can overcome the gender imbalance and become a powerful woman. Details and tickets here.

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Monday August 10th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 16 Aug: Pond Wife, Indelible Images, The Basement Orchestra

Pond Wife

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MUSICAL: Misch-Masch & Peter And The Wolf | Arcola Theatre | 16 Aug
Part of this year’s Grimeborn festival at the Arcola Theatre, this show sees The Basement Orchestra perform Prokofiev’s ‘Peter And The Wolf’ followed by ‘Misch-Masch’, a new work by Jasmin Kent Rodgman which sets Lewis Carroll’s Jabberwocky to music. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Indelible Images | Canal Cafe Theatre | 16 Aug
A night of new writing about memory on the Camden Fringe, featuring work by Amelia Sweetland, Liam McCarthy, and Annie McKenzie. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Pond Wife | Camden People’s Theatre | 16-18 Aug (pictured)
It’s 1997, the Spice Girls are at the top of the charts and one fifteen year old mermaid is about to discover music for the very first time in this reimagining of Hans Christian Anderson’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ at the Camden Fringe. Details and tickets here.

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Sunday August 9th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 15 Aug: Richard Herring, Saban And Sarah, The Roses Of Eyam

Roses Of Eyam

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COMEDY: Richard Herring – Someone Likes Yoghurt | Leicester Square Theatre | 15 Aug
Richard Herring continues his run of performing all twelve of his solo shows. Tonight, his 2005 show ‘Someone Likes Yoghurt’, in which he defends himself against malicious yoghurt-based rumours that have been blighting his life. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Saban Kazim and Sarah Sheldon – Saban And Sarah Do Stand Up | Etcetera Theatre | 15-16 Aug
Both accomplish stand up comedians in their own right, Saban Kazim and Sarah Sheldon perform pool their powers for this joint show as part of the Camden Fringe, in which they explore “reckless life choices, hoovers and how children’s books can ruin your life”. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Roses Of Eyam | The Gatehouse | 15-16 Aug
Also at the Camden Fringe tonight, ‘The Roses Of Eyam’ tells the true story of the village of Eyam, which in 1665 combatted the spread of bubonic plague by cutting itself off from the rest of the world (a story also told in the song ‘We All Fall Down’ by I Like Trains, if you’re interested). Details and tickets here.

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Saturday August 8th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 14 Aug: Dan Schreiber, Richard Herring, Canary Wharf Jazz Festival

Richard Herring

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COMEDY: Dan Schreiber – Believable | Aces & Eights | 14-15 Aug
QI elf Dan Schreiber (who you may know has the host of the previously tipped ‘No Such Thing As A Fish’ podcast) presents his new work-in-progress stand up show at the Camden Fringe. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Richard Herring – Twelve Tasks Of Hercules Terrace | Leicester Square Theatre | 14 Aug (pictured)
Instead of going up to Edinburgh this year, Richard Herring is staying down in London and performing all eleven of his previous solo shows, plus a brand new one, at the Leicester Square Theatre. Tonight, ‘Twelve Tasks Of Hercules Terrace’, in which recounts his attempts to complete a set of impossible or arduous tasks. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Canary Wharf Jazz Festival | Canada Square Park | 14-16 Aug
London’s largest free jazz festival sets up shop down in Canada Wharf this weekend, with performances from acts including Sons Of Kemet, The Rawness, Eska, Edwin Sanz ‘San Agustin’ Salsa Orchestra, The Fontanelles, and The Neil Cowley Trio. Details here.

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Friday August 7th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 13 Aug: Alexis Wieroniey, Short & Girlie Show, McEwan’s Women

Alexis Wieroniey

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COMEDY: Alexis Wieroniey – An American’s Guide To Being Like, Totally British | Camden Comedy Club | 13-15 Aug (pictured)
After sold out performances in Adelaide and a very popular run on the Free Fringe in Edinburgh last year, Alexis Wieroniey presents her solo stand-up comedy show about accidentally moving to England and learning to be British at the Camden Fringe. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Short & Girlie Show | The Phoenix Artist Club | 13-16 Aug
Improv group The Short & Girlie Show come to the Camden Fringe with a series of hours yet to be determined by the audience. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: McEwan’s Women | Etcetera Theatre | 13-16 Aug
Female characters drawn from the novels of Booker Prize winning novelist Ian McEwan are brought vividly to life in this show at the Camden Fringe, charting the seven ages of women from adolescence to sexual maturity and motherhood. Details and tickets here.

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Thursday August 6th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 12 Aug: The Monks, Monkey Wedding, Suzanna Gonzo

Suzanna Gonzo

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COMEDY: The Monks – The All New Ten Commandments | RADA Studios | 12-21 Aug
Kicking off a trio of shows from the Camden Fringe in our tips today are Christian sketch duo The Monks, with a show based on the instructions for life that ‘The Bible’. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Monkey Wedding – Primate And Confidential | Rabbit Hole NW3 | 12-22 Aug
Simian sketch group Monkey Wedding present their latest show, which promised to feature no weddings or monkeys. But there will be laughs, and I think that’s the main thing. Monkeys are pretty cool though, and I do love a good wedding. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Suzanna Gonzo – Dark Lady | Aces & Eights | 12-13 Aug
Suzanna Gonzo shares the inspirational tale of how she saved herself from losing her singing voice, it having almost disappeared due to the trauma of being thrown off the cruise ship where she was working for the minor indiscretion of attempted murder. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday August 5th, 2015 00:01

Three To See on 11 Aug: Dorothy Fale, Secret Show, Marsha – A Girl Who Does Bad Things

Dorothy Fale

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CABARET: Dorothy Fale – Norm All Day | COG Artspace | 11-15 Aug (pictured)
Silent Clown Dorothy Fale presents a show at the Camden Fringe inspired by Kafka’s Metamorphosis, Victoria’s Secret and the recent beach body controversy. A surreal comedy that mixes stand up, verbatim theatre and cabaret. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Secret Show | RADA Studios | 11-13 Aug
What’s going on? No one knows. Well, someone knows, because they’re promising “comedy, sketches, storytelling, improv and a very special guest” at this Camden Fringe show. Details and tickets here.

MUSICAL: Marsha – A Girl Who Does Bad Things | Arcola Theatre | 11-15 Aug
Presented as part of this year’s Grimeborn festival, this is the story of a young girl discovering the truth about beauty, exploring our notions of innocence, prejudice and the blurred lines between reality and fantasy. Details and tickets here.

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