Saturday May 23rd, 2015 00:01

29 May: Dylan Moran, Oresteia, and the Black Cat Cabaret

Dylan Moran

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CABARET: Black Cat Cabaret | London Wonderground | 29 May
Award-winning cabaret makers Nocturne continue their new regular night at London Wonderground, The Black Cat Cabaret. Expect to meet showgirl sirens, shady troubadour tricksters, alluring acrobats and many other glorious late night eccentrics. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Dylan Moran – Off The Hook | Hammersmith Apollo | 29-30 May
Dylan Moran is a funny man. And here he is with his latest show ‘Off The Hook’, transferring over to the Hammersmith Apollo from The Forum where he had taken up residence earlier this week. It’ll be off the hook. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Oresteia | Almeida Theatre | 29 May – 18 Jul
Orestes’ parents are at war. A family drama spanning several decades, a huge, moving, bloody saga, Aeschylus’ greatest and final play asks whether justice can ever be done – and continues to resonate more than two millennia after it was written. Details and tickets here.

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Friday May 22nd, 2015 00:01

28 May: Alex Burey, Bedtime Stories, and Kafka On The Shore

Bedtime Stories

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CHILDREN’S SHOW: Bedtime Stories | Stratford Circus Arts Centre | 28-30 May
This circus show takes a girl from her bed, to the moon, across the sea, over mountains and then back home again. Find out more in this TWL interview with creator Vicki Amedume. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Alex Burey | London Fields Brewery | 28 May
Hotley-tipped singer-songwriter Alex Burey, whose soulful vocals belie his nineteen years, headlines a special show at the London Fields Brewery in Hackney, ahead of the release of his new EP, ‘The Family Stone’, on 13 Jun. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Kafka On The Shore | Barbican | 28-30 May
The Ninagawa Company’s stage adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s best-selling novel comes to London. Performed in Japanese with English subtitles, the performance has already been described as “stunning”. Details and tickets here.

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Thursday May 21st, 2015 00:01

27 May: Tim Vine, Ryoji Ikeda, and The Clockmaker’s Daughter

Tim Vine

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COMEDY: Tim Vine – Tim Timinee Tim Timinee Tim Tim To You | Bloomsbury Theatre | 26-30 May (pictured)
On his first stand up tour for four years, Tim Vine is back with another barrage of one-liners, prop-based gags, and silly songs. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Ryoji Ikeda – Supercodex | Village Underground | 27 May
Electronic musician and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda brings his impressive talents to Village Underground, in partnership with the Barbican Centre. ‘Supercodex’ sees him rework his 2013 ‘Superposition’ piece into an immersive club show. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Clockmaker’s Daughter | Landor Theatre | 27 May
The world premiere of a new show by writers Daniel Finn and Michael Webborn, ‘The Clockmaker’s Daughter’ is set in a fictional Irish town and built around themes of prejudice, discrimination, animosity and a fear of the unknown, accompanied by a soundtrack of original folk music. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday May 20th, 2015 00:01

26 May: Kelela, The Dogs Of War, and Poetry @ The Print Room

Kelela

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MUSIC: Kelela | XOYO | 26 May
Two years on from her still excellent ‘Cut 4 Me’ mixtape, R&B vocalist Kelela comes to London for a headline set at XOYO. In addition to that mixtape, check out her recent Arca collaboration ‘A Message’ here. Details and tickets here.

POETRY: Poetry @ The Print Room | The Print Room | 26 May
A night of poetry from Declan Ryan, Daljit Nagra, the award-winning Jo Shapcott, a students of the Faber Academy, part of a series of intimate evenings with contemporary poets at The Print Room. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Dogs Of War | Old Red Lion Theatre | 26 May – 20 Jun
A dark comedy written by Tom O’Brien, and directed by Tim Foley (who has previously earned 5/5 status from ThreeWeeks), follows a family battling with the fear of change, isolation and separation. Details and tickets here.

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Tuesday May 19th, 2015 00:01

25 May: Sheeps, Russell Brand, and The Cat In The Hat

The Cat In The Hat

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CHILDREN’S SHOW: The Cat In The Hat | Greenwich Theatre | 25-27 May (pictured)
Adapted from the original Dr Seuss book by Katie Mitchell and directed by Paul Taylor-Mills and Lillie Collier, ‘The Cat In The Hat’ comes to the London stage following a UK tour. Can Sally and her brother get that cat in check before their mum comes home? It’s going to be a close call. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Sheeps Wembley Previews | Soho Theatre | 25-30 May
Sprightly sketch three-piece Sheeps – that’s Daran Johnson, Liam Williams, and Alastair Roberts – work on the (imaginary) premise that they’re practising ahead of a (not real) show at Wembley Stadium. So this involves them repeatedly binning and re-inventing the same aquarium-based scenario in a variety of styles, and eventually picking apart a) each other and b) the very nature of what makes good comedy. Details and tickets here.

EVENT: Russell Brand’s Trew Musings | The Proud Archivist | 25 May
Russell Brand’s Trew Musings night of readings, musings and discussions returns to The Proud Archivist in Dalston for a second series. Details and tickets here.

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Thursday May 14th, 2015 00:01

21 May: Temple, Julian Clary, and Festival Of The Spoken Nerd

Festival Of The Spoken Nerd

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COMEDY: Festival Of The Spoken Nerd – Just For Graphs | Udderbelly | 21 May (pictured)
Self-confessed nerd comedians, mathematician Matt Parker, physicist Helen Arney and all-rounder Steve ‘Danger’ Mould come together for their latest show at the Festival Of The Spoken Nerd. There will be experiments, songs, graphs and fire. And, of course, lots of laughs. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Julian Clary | The Crazy Coqs | 19-23 May
Following on from his residency at The Crazy Coqs last year, Julian Clary returns for another run, accompanied by pianist Simon Wallace. “I’m hoping it will be a classy occasion. Me perched on a stool sharing a bowl of cheesy balls with the audience before launching into my carefully honed musical repertoire”, says Clary. “Think Bruce Springsteen without the gingham shirt”. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Temple | Donmar Warehouse | 21 May – 25 Jul
Steve Waters’ new play is a fictionalised account of the events surrounding the appearance of the Occupy London camp from outside St Paul’s Cathedral in October 2011, covering protesters pitching their tents, and the City Of London’s legal action to remove them. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday May 13th, 2015 00:01

19 May: Ellie Taylor, The Beaux Stratagem, and The Improbability Principle

Ellie Taylor

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COMEDY: Ellie Taylor – Elliementary | Soho Theatre | 19-21 May (pictured)
You might recognise Ellie Taylor as the host of ‘Snog Marry Avoid’ on BBC Three, but Ellie Taylor is also a skillful stand-up comedian, described as “sparkling and energetic company” by ThreeWeeks. In her 2014 Edinburgh show here she covers all the big issues: life, love and Matalan. Read our interview with Ellie here. Details and tickets here.

EVENT: The Improbability Principle – Why Coincidences, Miracles, And Rare Events Happen Every Day | Conway Hall | 19 May
When coincidences and incredibly unlikely things happen, it seems somehow miraculous. But these things also happen so often that they seem quite normal too. Professor David J Hand, author of ‘The Improbability Principle’, discuss why improbably event occur so frequently and how to understand them. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Beaux Stratagem | National Theatre | 19 May – 20 Sep
George Farquhar’s final play, ‘The Beaux Stratagem’, opened in London less than two months before his death in April 1707. The story is a comedic tale of two men, Mr Aimwell and Mr Archer, who get carried away and spend their fortunes on having fun in London. To regain their social standing, they come up with a plan to marry for money. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday May 6th, 2015 00:01

12 May: McQueen, Aisling Bea, and Gods Are Fallen And All Safety Gone

Aisling Bea

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COMEDY: Aisling Bea | Old Queens Head | 12 May (pictured)
Aisling Bea headlines a brilliant line-up at The Old Queens Head in Islington, joined by Diane Morgan, James Acaster, James Veitch, and a mystery guest listed as a “regular on British TV comedy”. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Gods Are Fallen And All Safety Gone | Camden People’s Theatre | 12-31 May
Greyscale’s acclaimed show sees two male actors explore the relationship between a 30-something daughter and her ageing mother, looking at what happens when we discover that our parents are flawed and the realisation that they won’t be around forever. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: McQueen | St James Theatre | 12 May – 27 Jun
In her London stage debut, US actress Dianna Agron plays a girl who tries to steal a dress from Alexander McQueen (played by Stephen Wight), only to be caught but taken under the designer’s wing instead of turned in to the police. Through this fictional tale, the audience is taken into the real world of the late McQueen’s creative process. Details and tickets here.

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Monday May 4th, 2015 00:01

10 May: Christeene, Idris Khan and the Covent Garden May Fayre And Puppet Festival

Christeene

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CABARET: Christeene | The Laundry | 10 May (pictured)
Promising a “gender-bending booty-pounding perversion of punk, foul hilarity and raw unabashed sexuality”, Christeene hits East London venue The Laundry for one night only. See if you can decipher this ThreeWeeks interview with Christeene from the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe. Details and tickets here.

EVENT: Covent Garden May Fayre And Puppet Festival | St Paul’s Church Garden | 10 May
This year marks the 40th anniversary of this annual event, which celebrates the first performance of Punch & Judy in Covent Garden in 1662 (witnessed by Samuel Pepys and recorded in his diary, handily). Various activities and events will take place throughout the day, including of course performances of the show itself. Details here.

VISUAL ART: Idris Khan – Conflicting Lines | Victoria Miro | 1 May – 6 Jun
A new exhibition of large-scale works from Idris Khan. The composite photographs are created from a series of oil stick paintings and a process of overlaying lines of writing repeatedly painted onto a minimal ground, until the language becomes obscured. Details here.

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Saturday May 2nd, 2015 00:01

8 May: Ed Gamble, Shigeto, and Knightmare Live

Ed Gamble

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COMEDY: Ed Gamble – Gambletron 5000 | Soho Theatre | 7-9 May (pictured)
One half of double act Peacock & Gamble, Ed Gamble goes it alone for the first time in this energetic show, which premiered at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Shigeto | Village Underground | 8 May
Electronic music maker Shigeto will headline this exciting bill of musicians courtesy of Soundcrash at Village Underground tonight. Performing ahead of his live set will be Slugabed, DJ Rum and Anchorsong. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE/EVENT: Knightmare Live – Level 2 | Udderbelly | 8 May – 5 Jun
Having drawn large audiences in its previous form, this reawakening of 80s Children’s gameshow ‘Knightmare’ takes things up to level two in its latest incarnation. Each week over five week, a member of the public will be guided through the dungeon, but can they succeed in their quest to get out again? Details and tickets here.

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Friday May 1st, 2015 00:01

7 May: Andy Zaltzman, Jonny & The Baptists, and A New Play For The General Election

Andy Zaltzman

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COMEDY: Andy Zaltzman – Satirist For Hire Election Special | Udderbelly | 7 May (pictured)
A special edition of Andy Zaltzman’s ‘Satirist For Hire’ show is the first of our three General Election-related tips for tonight. Andy will be joined by Josie Long and Tiernan Douieb to satirise anything of the audience’s choosing. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC/COMEDY: Jonny & The Baptists – Rock The Vote | Soho Theatre | 6-7 May
Jonny & The Baptists tackle the big issues of the 2015 General Election with a mix of songs, satire and silliness. With ‘Rock The Vote’ they aim to find a reason, any reason, to vote at all. Should they succeed, that doesn’t give you much time after they finish if you see it tonight. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: A New Play For The General Election | Finborough Theatre | 26 Apr – 12 May
A brand new play written in response to the General Election by award-winning actor/director Chris New. Using material generated through a process of research, improvisation and writing, the play focusses on a moment of desperation by an opportunistic loner presented with a one-in-a-million opportunity to come face to face with the ruling elite. Details and tickets here.

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Thursday April 30th, 2015 00:01

6 May: Laura Moody, Blood, and My Children! My Africa!

Laura Moody

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MUSIC: Laura Moody | The Old Church, Stoke Newington | 6 May (pictured)
Inventive cellist Laura Moody is touring unusual and intimate venues around the UK, seeing her take in laundrettes, chapels, boats, bike sheds and bookshops, to name a few. Tonight brings her to Stoke Newington’s Old Church, where she’ll no doubt turn in an exciting and incredibly physical performance. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Blood | Soho Theatre | 28 Apr – 17 May
Caneze meets Sully in the college canteen and a romance blossoms over a Nando’s, but as their relationship blooms neither is prepared for the lengths her brother will go to in order to keep them apart. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: My Children! My Africa! | Tristan Bates Theatre | 28 Apr – 16 May
Athol Fugard’s ‘My Children! My Africa!’ is set in 1985 South Africa, the country still very much operating under Apartheid. The story focusses on Thami Mbikwana, a young black man torn between taking action against the system through education or something more violent. Find out more in this TWL interview. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday April 29th, 2015 00:01

5 May: Harry Hill, Comedian’s Comedian, and A Mad World My Masters

Nina Conti

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COMEDY: Harry Hill & Friends – Experiments In Entertainment 2 | The Invisible Dot | 5-9 May
Harry Hill begins a run of warm-up dates for his next tour at The Invisible Dot. As well as Harry’s own experiments, there will be a set from a one of Harry’s stand-up comedian friends each night too – tonight it’s the brilliant Mae Martin. Details and tickets here.

EVENT: Comedian’s Comedian Podcast Live – Nina Conti | Soho Theatre | 5 May (pictured)
The second in a run of live recordings of the brilliant Comedian’s Comedian podcast sees ventriloquist Nina Conti interviewed by host (and fellow stand-up, of course) Stuart Goldsmith. If you missed last month’s interview with Des Bishop, listen to what you missed out on here. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: A Mad World My Masters | Barbican | 29 Apr – 9 May
Set in Soho in the 1950s, Thomas Middleton’s comedy A Mad World My Masters comes to London for a short run, following high acclaim the RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon. Details and tickets here.

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Tuesday April 28th, 2015 00:01

4 May: Shlomo, Alex Horne, and Kingmaker

Shlomo

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CHILDREN’S SHOW: Shlomo’s Beatbox Adventure For Kids | Udderbelly | 4 May (pictured)
Join master beatboxer Shlomo on a sonic adventure into sound, as he creates all kinds of noises and music using only his mouth and a microphone. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Alex Horne – Monsieur Butterfly | Soho Theatre | 4-16 May
Nominated for the 2014 Fosters Comedy Award for Best Show, Alex Horne takes on the task of building his own real life version of the classic boardgame ‘Mousetrap’ in just 60 minutes. Will he manage to turn himself into Monsieur Butterfly? You’ll have to come along to find out. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Kingmaker | Arts Theatre | 4-23 May
Given a four star review at last year’s Edinburgh Festival by ThreeWeeks, this fast-paced political comedy follows Tory MP and former London mayor Max Newman as he makes a bid for leadership of his party and the position of Prime Minister. The problem, possibly, is his past. Details and tickets here.

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Friday April 24th, 2015 00:01

30 Apr: Emilie Nicolas, Purity Ring, and The Angry Brigade

Emilie Nicolas

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MUSIC: Emilie Nicolas | Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen | 30 Apr (pictured)
A very exciting new pop artist from Norway, Emilie Nicolas is set to release her debut album in the UK this summer, and new single ‘Pstereo’ next month. Following on from a sol out show at St Pancras Old Church in january, she’ll be in Shoreditch to wow another crowd tonight. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Purity Ring | Shepherds Bush Empire | 30 Apr
Currently touring Europe in support of their second album ‘Another Eternity’, Canadian duo Purity Ring hit London with a show at the Shepherds Bush Empire tonight. Check out ‘Begin Again’ from the album here. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Angry Brigade | Bush Theatre | 30 Apr – 13 Jun
Set in 1970s, Britain is faced with Tory cuts, high unemployment and a deregulated economy. A group of disenfranchised young people come together to violently fight back, calling themselves The Angry Brigade. Details and tickets here.

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Thursday April 23rd, 2015 00:01

29 Apr: Rachel Parris, The Candidate, and The Verb To Love

Rachel Parris

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COMEDY: Rachel Parris – Live In Vegas | Soho Theatre | 27-29 Apr
Musical comedian Rachel Parris is back at the Soho Theatre for a three night run of her 2014 Edinburgh show – your last chance to catch her is tonight. She parodies the glitz and glamour of a Las vegas show, with an array of characters and comedy songs. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Candidate | Theatre Delicatessen | 29 Apr – 16 May
In this piece of interactive theatre, the audience helps to shape the ideals, policies and image of a political candidate away from the eyes of the public. How do you want them to be seen when they step outside? Details and tickets here.

MUSICAL: The Verb To Love | Old Red Lion Theatre | 29 Apr – 23 May
A sung-through music that explores the different meanings of the verb ‘to love’, this show follows Simon, abandoned by his partner of 23 years, who finds the love of his life in Ben, a younger man. Together they go through the process of falling in love, coping with change and (possibly) everything falling apart. Details and tickets here.

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Wednesday April 22nd, 2015 00:01

28 Apr: Calexico, Ross Sutherland, and Portia Coughlan

Calexico

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MUSIC: Calexico | Shepherds Bush Empire | 28 Apr (pictured)
Earlier this month, Calexico released their latest album, ‘Edge Of The Sun’, recorded in Mexico City with a long list of guest musicians, including Ben Bridwell of Band Of Horses and Neko Case. Tonight, they bring the sound of that record to the stage at the Shepherds Bush Empire. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Ross Sutherland – Stand By For Tape Back Up | Shoreditch Town Hall | 28 Apr – 2 May
Using nothing by footage from his granddad’s collection of home movies, Ross Sutherland attempts to present his entire life story. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Portia Coughland | Old Red Lion | 28 Apr – 23 May
Portia Coughlan is haunted by the death of her twin brother and unable to find any love for her husband or children. Seeking solace in soulless affairs, she becomes deeply afraid of what she might do. Details and tickets here.

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Tuesday April 21st, 2015 00:01

27 Apr: Product, Comedy In The Dark, and the Found Footage Festival

Olivia Poulet

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COMEDY: Comedy In The Dark | Udderbelly | 27 Apr
First launched in Leicester back in 2008, Comedy In The Dark has toured multiple festivals and countries. The premise is pretty simple – you’ve probably already guessed it. It’s like a normal comedy night, except all the lights are switched off. You’ll get to hear, but not see, a line-up of top comedians perform on stage as they twist their delivery for these unusual circumstances. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Found Footage Festival – Salute To Weirdos | Soho Theatre | 27-29 Apr
Originating in New York, the Found Footage Festival pulls together weird and wonderful clips from VHS tapes found in thrift stores, garage sales, rubbish bins and more. Co-founders Joe Pickett and Nick Preuher will spend three nights in London sifting through some of their best finds. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Product | Arcola Theatre | 27 Apr – 23 May (pictured)
Premiered in 2005, ‘Shopping And Fucking’ writer Mark Ravenhill’s ‘Product is revived as part of Inside Intelligence’s 20th anniversary. Olivia Poulet stars as Leah, a movie producer attempting to convince a young actress that she’s found the perfect script for her. It’s a tough sell. Details and tickets here.

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Sunday April 19th, 2015 00:01

25 Apr: The Vote, Vogue Festival, and Mexrrissey

Mexrrissey

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EVENT: Vogue Festival 2015 | Royal College Of Art & Royal Geographical Society | 25-26 Apr
A must for any interested in fashion and the fashion industry, the Vogue Festival comprises talks, debates, masterclasses and other events over two days. Speakers include Bobbi Brown, Alexa Chung, John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier, Roksanda Ilincic and more. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Mexrrissey – Mexico Goes Morrissey | Barbican | 25 Apr (pictured)
Do you ever find yourself listening to The Smiths and think to yourself, “You know, this is nice, but it could do with being a whole lot more Mexican”? Well at last your prayers are answered! Camilo Lara, of the brilliant Mexican Institute Of Sound, and a specially formed band have come together to rework Morrissey’s hits. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Vote | Donmar Warehouse | 24 Apr – 7 May
Set in a fictional London polling station, ‘The Vote’ dramatises the final 90 minutes before the polls close in this year’s General Election. On the actual night of the election, the final performance of the play will be broadcast live on More4 at the exact time it portrays. Tickets for that show are already gone (via ballot, of course) but you have plenty of opportunity to catch it before we go to the polls. Details and tickets here.

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Friday April 17th, 2015 00:01

23 Apr: Eclipsed, The Merchant Of Venice, and The Lady’s Not For Walking Like An Egyptian

Eclipsed

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MUSICAL: The Lady’s Not For Walking Like An Egyptian | The Albany | 23-24 Apr (pictured)
How often have you wondered to yourself what would happen is you mixed up the words of Margaret Thatcher’s speeches with the lyrics of every top ten hit by a female artist from the 80s. Several times a day, right? And now someone has finally put that on stage. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Eclipsed | The Gate Theatre | 23 Apr – 16 May
Set towards the end of the second Liberian civil war in 2003, four young women at a rebel army base do their best to survive. How will the arrival of two extra members of the group – one new, one more familiar – affect them? Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Merchant Of Venice | Shakespeare’s Globe | 23 Apr – 7 Jun
Award-winning actor Jonathan Pryce take the role of Shylock, the moneylender determined to have his pound of flesh, in his first appearance at Shakespeare’s Globe, in this production of ‘The Merchant Of Venice. Details and tickets here.

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