Sunday August 2nd, 2015 00:01

8 Aug: Ardal O’Hanlon, Visions Festival, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Ardal O'Hanlon

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COMEDY: Ardal O’Hanlon – Work In Progress | The Phoenix | 8 Aug (pictured)
Closing this year’s Phoenix Fringe is the brilliant Ardal O’Hanlon, who will be giving apeak at his latest work in progress show. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Visions Festival | various venues | 8 Aug
Now an established and much anticipated date on Hackney’s calendar, the Visions Festival returns and this year encompasses six venues. Among the acts on the line-up are, Camera Obscura, Holy Fuck, Fat White Family, Andy Stott, Shamir, Girl Band and more. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: A Midsummer Night’s Dream | Canal Cafe Theatre | 8-9 Aug
A new adaptation of Shakespeare’s play by the Venture Wolf theatre company. Set in the 90s with a Britpop soundtrack, this shortened version focusses on the young lovers and Puck. Details and tickets here.

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Saturday August 1st, 2015 00:01

7 Aug: Limmy, Andy Zaltzman, and Alan And Bennett

Limmy

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COMEDY: Andy Zaltzman – Satirist For Hire | The Phoenix | 7 Aug
Andy Zaltaman brings his brilliantly unpredictable ‘Satirist For Hire’ show to the Phoenix Fringe, asking audience members to submit their suggestions for the topics that should meet his satirical takedown skills. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Limmy – Daft Wee Stories | Union Chapel | 7 Aug (pictured)
Having mastered podcasts and TV, Limmy’s latest comedy project is his new book, ‘Daft Wee Stories’, which is presented here as a live show. Hear some of Limmy’s favourite stories from the book, and more. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Alan And Bennett | Rabbit Hole NW3 | 7-12 Aug
Alan Bennett can’t stop talking to himself, which is becoming a problem. Over the course of this show at the Camden Fringe, Alan and Alan discuss Moscow, monks and mothers, while trying to ignore the ominous sound coming from the corner of the room. Details and tickets here.

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Friday July 31st, 2015 00:01

6 Aug: Stand Up aLive, Their Dark Materials, and Let’s Not Still Be Friends

Their Dark Materials

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COMEDY: Stand Up aLive – Norway’s Top Comedians Come To London | The Phoenix | 6 Aug
How’s your knowledge of the Norwegian stand up scene? Whatever you just answered, this is the night for you, as it brings a selection of the country’s finest comics to London as part of the Phoenix Fringe, including Henrik Farley, David Varnvatn, and Ole Aagenæs. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Their Dark Materials | Etcetera Theatre | 6-9 Aug (pictured)
Over on the Camden Fringe there’s stand up comedy from Ashley Haden and LJ Da Funk, who are described at being like “Bill Hicks and the Ultimate Warrior but less sympathetic and not dead”. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Let’s Not Still Be Friends | RADA Studios | 6-7 Aug
A comedy about what happens when you realise that the only thing you and your best friend have in common is that you are friends. It could be time to call time on the friendship, but how does that work in these more connected times? Details and tickets here.

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Thursday July 30th, 2015 00:01

5 Aug: Shappi Khorsandi, This Language, and Am I Not Pretty Enough

Shappi Khorsandi

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COMEDY: Am I Not Pretty Enough?!!!?!?!??? | The Phoenix Artist Club | 5-9 Aug
A comedian and an opera singer go head to head on glitter, gender stereotypes, speculums and lack of respect for polite society in this show on the Camden Fringe tonight. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Shappi Khorsandi – Because I’m Shappi | The Phoenix | 5 Aug (pictured)
Over at the Phoenix Fringe, Shappi Khorsandi is tonight’s big draw, kicking off a run of London shows throughout August, presenting here her latest show, ‘Because I’m Shappi’. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: This Language | The Cockpit | 5-8 Aug
For some theatre action, head back to the Camden Fringe and the Cockpit for ‘This Language’, which follows a group of students from different corners of the globe thrown together into the melting pot of multiculturalism and brought together by music. Details and tickets here.

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Monday July 27th, 2015 00:01

2 Aug: Andrew Maxwell, Tiernan Douieb, and We Know Where You Live

Andrew Maxwell

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COMEDY: Andrew Maxwell – Yo Contraire | The Phoenix | 2 Aug (pictured)
Andrew Maxwell is heading up to the Edinburgh Fringe for the 21st time this August, but just before he goes he has time to show off his latest hour closer to home at the Phoenix Fringe. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Tiernan Douieb – The World’s Full Of Idiots, Let’s Live In Space | The Phoenix | 2 Aug
Also previewing his latest Edinburgh show at the Phoenix Fringe tonight is Tiernan Douieb, who you may have heard interviewed on the ThisWeek London Podcast last year. If not (or indeed if so), go and have a listen now. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: We Know Where You Live | Finborough Theatre | 2-18 Aug
The world premiere of a new production commissioned by the Finborough looking at London’s housing crisis, ‘We Know Where You Live’ is written by Steven Hevey and directed by John Young. Details and tickets here.

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Saturday July 25th, 2015 00:01

31 Jul: Aisling Bea, Nish Kumar, and Stuart Bowden

Aisling Bea

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COMEDY: Aisling Bea – Plan Bea | The Phoenix | 31 Jul (pictured)
Aisling Bea previews her latest show at the Phoenix Fringe. It’s a show “which, in March, was loosely supposed to be about childhood dreams, death, confidence and success”. What’s it about now? Well, I think you know how to find out. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Nish Kumar – Long Word… Long Word… Blah Blah Blah… I’m So Clever | The Phoenix | 31 Jul
If you’re already at the Phoenix to see Aisling Bea, it would be foolish not to catch Nish Kumar as well. You don’t want to be considered foolish by a faceless writer of cultural tips, do you? No, of course not. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Stuart Bowden | Battersea Arts Centre | 31 Jul
Stuart Bowden’s latest show promises “live music, vigorous dance moves, understandable words and a fair bit of profound (probably life changing) body movement”. Can he deliver? I would wager that he can. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday July 22nd, 2015 00:01

28 Jul: Sylvie Guillem, Kerry Godliman, and Operation Crucible

Kerry Godliman

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COMEDY: Kerry Godliman and James Veitch | Battersea Arts Centre | 28 Jul (pictured)
Kerry Godliman headlines tonights Edinburgh preview double bill at the Battersea Arts Centre with her new show ‘Face Time’. And sticking with the Apple theme, James Veitch will preview his show ‘Genius Bar. Details and tickets here.

DANCE: Sylvie Guillem – Life In Progress | English National Opera | 28 Jul – 2 Aug
After 35 years as a dancer in ballet and latterly contemporary work, Sylvie Guillem presents her final programme. She will dance two solo pieces, choreographed by Akram Khan and Russell Maliphant. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Operation Crucible | Finborough Theatre | 28 Jul – 22 Aug
The world premiere of ‘Operation Crucible’, by new playwright Kieran Knowles, the story of four men trapped in the Marples Hotel in Sheffield in 1940, after it was hit by a bomb dropped by Germany’s Luftwaffe. Details and tickets here.

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Sunday July 19th, 2015 00:01

25 Jul: David O’Doherty, Writers Bloc, and Archikids Festival

David O'Doherty

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CHILDREN: Archikids Festival | City Of London | 25-26 Jul
Open-City’s family-focussed Archikids Festival is a weekend programme of over 30 free architectural activities located in the City of London’s Square Mile, aimed to inspire the next generation of Londoners about the great places of their city. Details here.

COMEDY: Live At The Chapel With David O’Doherty | Union Chapel | 25 Jul (pictured)
This month’s ‘Live At The Chapel’ is headlined by the brilliant David O’Doherty, with a bill that also features Nick Helm, John Kearns, Diane Morgan and Alun Chochrane. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Writers Bloc | Old Red Lion | 25 Jul
A night of new writing presented by Writers Bloc, featuring work by Frank Osborne, Katy Davies, Susan Gray and Lee Hunter. Details and tickets here.

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Thursday July 16th, 2015 00:01

23 Jul: Tiff Stevenson, Bakkhai, and Love, Bombs And Apples

Tiff Stevenson

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COMEDY: Tiff Stevenson and The Humble Quest For Universal Genius | Battersea Arts Centre | 23 Jul (pictured)
Tiff Stevenson previews her new Edinburgh show, in which she examines what makes a person when products are anthropomorphised and the cult of personality reigns supreme. As well as that, The Humble Quest For Universal Genius puts two comedians head-to-head in an epic battle of ingenuity, wit and skill. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Bakkhai | Almeida Theatre | 23 Jul – 19 Sep
Starring Ben Whishaw, three actors and a chorus, echoing the original performance model, James Macdonald returns to the Almeida to stage Euripides’ hedonistic tragedy in a visceral new version by Anne Carson. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Love, Bombs And Apples | Arcola Theatre | 21-25 Jul
A Palestinian actor learns there’s more to English girls than pure sex appeal. A Pakistani-born terror suspect figures out what’s wrong with his first novel. A British youth suspects all is not what it seems with his object of desire. A New Yorker asks his girlfriend for a sexual favour at the worst possible time. Details and tickets here.

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Thursday July 16th, 2015 00:01

22 Jul: Phil Wang, Festival Of The Spoken Nerd, and Shit-faced Showtime

Festival Of The Spoken Nerd

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COMEDY: Festival Of The Spoken Nerd and Austentatious | Backyard Comedy Club | 22 Jul (pictured)
The Backyard Comedy Club has Edinburgh previews from science comedy trio Festival Of The Spoken Nerd and Austentatious, an improvised take on the work of Jane Austen. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Phil Wang and Rob Auton | Battersea Arts Centre | 22 Jul
Meanwhile, down in Battersea there’s another pre-Edinburgh double bill going on, with stand ups Phil Wang and Rob Auton previewing their new shows. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Shit-faced Showtime | Old Red Lion | 22 Jul
Or, if you think you can only hack one Edinburgh preview in a single night, check out ‘Shit-faced Showtime’ at the Old Red Lion. Following on from their hit ‘Shit-faced Shakespeare’, the Magnificent Bastard Productions team attempt to perform an entirely serious musical revue while completely hammered. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday July 15th, 2015 00:01

21 Jul: Sara Pascoe, Girls & Dolls, and Suspiciously Cheap Comedy

Sara Pascoe

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COMEDY: Sara Pascoe – Work In Progress | The Invisible Dot | 21 Jul (pictured)
Following on from her brilliant 2014 show ‘Sara Pascoe Vs History’, Sara Pascoe is now working on a new material, which you’ll find her testing out tonight at The Invisible Dot. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Suspiciously Cheap Comedy | Backyard Comedy Club | 21 Jul
At this months Suspiciously Cheap Comedy you’ll find regulars Gein’s Family Giftshop and Goose, plus Michael J Dolan, in preparation mode for the Edinburgh Fringe. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Girls & Dolls | Old Red Lion | 21 Jul
Last seen at the Old Red Lion in 2009, a new production of ‘Girls & Dolls’ returns to the venue for one night only, previewing a run at the Edinburgh Fringe. Best friends Emma and Clare are best friends in 1980, but a horrifying event tears them apart. As adults they ask themselves if anything could have changed what happened. Details and tickets here.

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Tuesday July 14th, 2015 00:01

20 Jul: Arj Barker, Inua Ellams, and Dr Sketchy’s Anti-Art School

Arj Barker

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CABARET: Dr Sketchy’s Anti-Art School | London Wonderground | 20 Jul
Part life drawing class, part cabaret show, Dr Sketchy’s Anti-Art School started in Brooklyn and now runs in cities all over the world. Its models are burlesque performers and circus acts, who will also perform for you in between posing for you to draw. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Arj Barker – Get In My Mind | Soho Theatre | 20-28 Jul (pictured)
Skilful US standup Arj Barker returns to the UK for the first time in five years with a short run of shows exclusive to the Soho Theatre. The show with cover “everything from the social evolution of humanity, to the intriguing and elusive nature of non-sexually derived boners”. Details and tickets here.

POETRY: An Evening With An Immigrant | Soho Theatre | 20 Jul
Award winning poet Inua Ellams moved to England from Nigeria when he was twelve years old, living in Ireland for three years, before returning to London to work as a write and graphic designer. In this show he mixes poetry and storytelling to present his personal history, from escaping fundamentalist Islam to drinking wine with the Queen. Details and tickets here.

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Saturday July 11th, 2015 00:01

17 Jul: Lovebox, American Idiot, and the Ealing Comedy Festival

Julian Clary

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COMEDY: Ealing Comedy Festival | Walpole Park | 17-24 Jul (pictured)
The Ealing Comedy Festival kicks off tonight with a show headlined by Julian Clary and also featuring Shappi Khorsandi, Justin Moorhouse, and Mickey Hutton. Comedians appearing across the rest of the event include, Russell Kane, Marcus Brigstocke, Rob Delaney, Nick Helm, Ed Byrne, and Jo Caulfield. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Lovebox Festival | Victoria Park | 17-18 Jul
If you like a bit more music at your festivals, how about Lovebox over in East London, which runs tonight and tomorrow. Friday night’s headliners are Rudimental, followed by Snoop Dogg tomorrow. In addition to that, there will be performances from Jessie Ware, Hot Chip, Danny Brown, Little Dragon and many more. Details and tickets here.

MUSICAL: American Idiot | Arts Theatre | 17 Jul – 27 Sep
Green Day’s Tony Award-winning Broadway music gets its West End Premiere at the Arts Theatre on Leicester Square, starring ‘X Factor’ finalist Amelia Lily, is a sentence that would have horrified my fourteen year old self. But don’t listen to him, he thought Ugly Kid Joe were cool. Details and tickets here.

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Friday July 10th, 2015 00:01

16 Jul: Nomad Cinema, The London Open, and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers

Seven Brides For Seven Brothers

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FILM: Nomad Cinema – Whiplash | Grosvenor Square | 16 Jul
As part of the Nomad Cinema’s summer season, tonight Damien Chazelle’s ‘Whiplash’ will be screened in Grosvenor Square. Food and drink will be available, picnic are welcomes, and the film’s sound will be provided through wireless headphones, so you won’t be disturbed by rustling/birds/distant drumming/people who pay for cinema tickets and then won’t shut up. Sounds just my tempo. Details and tickets here.

MUSICAL: Seven Brides For Seven Brothers | Regents Park Open Air Theatre | 16 Jul – 29 Aug (pictured)
Director Rachel Kavanaugh reunites the creative team behind the Regents Park Open Air Theatre’s award-winning production of ‘The Sound Of Music’ to adapt another classic movie musical, ‘Seven Brides For Seven Brothers’, with Alex Gaumond as Adam and Laura Pitt-Pulford as Milly. Details and tickets here.

VISUAL ART: The London Open 2015 | The Whitechapel Gallery | 15 Jul – 6 Sep
Taking place every three years, The Whitechapel Gallery’s London Open exhibition aims to collect together the work of some of the capital’s most dynamic work. This year over 2000 applications have been whittled down to just 48, spanning sculpture, painting, performance, moving image, photography, printmaking and more. Free entry. Details here.

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Thursday July 9th, 2015 00:01

15 Jul: Anna Meredith, The Gathered Leaves, and Natural Born Storytellers

Anna Meredith

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MUSIC: Anna Meredith | The Victoria | 15 Jul (pictured)
Versatile composer Anna Meredith performs live with her new six piece band at The Victoria in Dalston tonight. Check out some of her music on SoundCloud here, including the incredible ‘Nautilus’. Details and tickets here.

SPOKEN WORD: Natural Born Storytellers | Camden Comedy Club | 15 Jul
The last Natural Born Storytellers night before its summer break welcomes Martha McBrier and Michael Kossew to the stage. McBrier will be previewing her new Edinburgh show ‘Pigeon Puncher’. Entry is free. Details here.

THEATRE: The Gathered Leaves | Park Theatre | 15 Jul – 15 Aug
The world premiere of Andrew Keatley’s new play, featuring a cast led by Jane Asher. The story follows the Pennington family, who have not been in the same room for seventeen years, but come together on their eve of William’s 75th birthday with the aim of putting their past behind them. It might not be that easy. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday July 8th, 2015 00:01

14 Jul: Felicity Ward, Piff The Magic Dragon, and Hecuba

Felicity Ward

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COMEDY: Felicity Ward | Backyard Comedy Club | 14 Jul (pictured)
Felicity Ward headlines a night of Edinburgh previews, giving an early look at her new show about mental illness, irritable bowel syndrome and her search for the nearest toilet. Also on the bill are Garrett Millerick and Private Harris, and entry is free too. Details and tickets here.

MAGIC: Piff The Magic Dragon – Breakfast At Piffany’s | London Wonderground | 13-14 Jul
Heading back to the UK from Las Vegas, Piff The Magic Dragon returns with a new show that is “part magic show, part game show, part cry for help”. Catch him and sidekick Mr Piffles in London before they head up to Edinburgh. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Hecuba | White Bear Theatre | 14-18 Jul
Following on from ‘Hippolytus’ earlier this year, Catharsis Theatre returns again to ancient Greece for its latest production. Euripides’s play, written in 424BC, about a queen seeking revenge is reworked into a response to the recent General Election by director Justin Murray and writer Chris Vlachopoulos. Details and tickets here.

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Tuesday July 7th, 2015 00:01

13 Jul: D’Angelo, Blind, and Fiction

Grace Savage

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MUSIC: D’Angelo | Roundhouse | 13 Jul
D’Angelo launched a surprise attack on the world at the end of last year with the release of his third album, ‘Black Messiah’. Bringing to an end a fourteen year hiatus the album was acclaimed by fans and critics. Now he returns to London with a one-off show at the Roundhouse. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Blind | Soho Theatre | 13-25 Jul (pictured)
Grace Savage’s autobiographical show ‘Blind’ charts her personal history as she grew up to become the UK Beatboxing Champion, told through that very art form. The show sees her mimic the sounds she heard around her in that time, reflecting on how they made her the person she is today. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Fiction | Battersea Arts Centre | 7-17 Jul
A theatre show performed in total darkness, Glen Neath and David Rosenberg tell the story through sound pumped into headphones worn by audience members, taking each on an anxious journey through their dreams. Details and tickets here.

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Monday July 6th, 2015 00:01

12 Jul: The Specials, Suspiciously Cheap Comedy, and The King Of Tiny Things

Bridget Christie

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CHILDREN’S SHOW: The King Of Tiny Things | Udderbelly | 11-13 Jul
Mixing circus, pupetry and songs, ‘The King Of Tiny Things’ follows two sisters who one night discover a mysterious winged creature and are led on a moonlit adventure. Together they rescue juggling slugs, contortionist worms, and a trio of acrobatic baby bats, all the while not noticing that their guide requires their help. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Suspiciously Cheap Comedy | Backyard Comedy Club | 12 Jul (pictured)
As ever, this night lives up to its name by offering an impressive bill of comedians for really not very much money. Appearing this month are Bridget Christie, John Kearns, The Pin, plus regulars Gein’s Family Giftshop and Goose. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: The Specials | Kew Gardens | 12 Jul
An opportunity to see The Specials play in the surroundings of Kew Gardens as part of this year’s Kew The Music festival. Bring a picnic and a drink of two to enjoy along with the music. Details and tickets here.

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Sunday July 5th, 2015 00:01

11 Jul: Brendon Burns, Bryony Kimmings, and Ali McGregor

Bryony Kimmings & Tim Grayburn

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CHILDREN’S SHOW: Ali McGregor’s Jazzamatazz | London Wonderground | 11-19 Jul
An afternoon of upbeat jazz just for kids (and their parents) led by singer Ali McGregor. “An absolutely delightful way to spend an afternoon, whatever your age”, said ThreeWeeks. Read more about the show in this TWL interview. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Brendon Burns | Udderbelly | 11 Jul
Taking a break from his ‘Out The Box’ tour, which has seen him play fans’ kitchens, the basement of Shoreditch’s cereal cafe, a zoo and more, Brendon Burns tonight returns to a comparatively traditional comedy venue (it’s still an upside down purple cow though). As well as knowing a lot about staging comedy in unlikely places, he is also very funny. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Bryony Kimmings & Tim Grayburn – Fake It Til You Make It | Queen Elizabeth Hall | 10-18 Jul (pictured)
ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winner Bryony Kimmings discovered six month into her relationship with advertising account manager Tim Grayburn that he had been keeping a diagnosis of severe clinical depression from her. Together in this show they explore the biggest killer of young men in the UK with “homemade music, stupid dancing, onstage arguments, real-life stories, tears and truths”. Details and tickets here.

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Friday July 3rd, 2015 00:01

9 Jul: Silent, Paloma Faith, and King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard

Paloma Faith

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MUSIC: King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard | The Scala | 9 Jul
If you’ve just become aware that there is a band that exists called King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard and you haven’t immediately bought tickets, you’d better have a pretty good reason. Seriously, all of the rest of us are going. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Paloma Faith | Kew Gardens | 9 Jul (pictured)
Heading down to Kew for her second Kew The Music performance tonight is Paloma Faith. Head down with a picnic and a few drinks, and watch her as the sun goes down. Liam Bailey will support. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Silent | Soho Theatre | 8-25 Jul
Winner of numerous awards, Pat Kinevane’s ‘Silent comes to the Soho Theatre. The story follows McGoldrig who has lost everything and is living on the streets. He dives into the wounds of his past through the romantic world of Rudolph Valentino. Details and tickets here.

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