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Three To See on 22 Oct: Canoe, Mark Thomas – Check-Up, Ayesha Hazarika – Girl On Girl – The Fight For Feminism
Three To See on 20 Oct: It's True It's True It's True, Jericho's Rose, Lola & Jo – Focus Groupies
Three To See on 15 Oct: The Rebellious Women Of Wimbledon, The Giant Killers, Ray Bradshaw – Deaf Comedy Fam
Three To See on 12 Oct: Declaration, Hopeless, Richard Carpenter Is Close To You
Three To See on 1 Oct: Adam Kay – This Is Going To Hurt (Secret Diaries Of A Junior Doctor), Big Bang, Exit Number 8
Three To See on 29 Sep: Conseqüències, Confessions Of A Cockney Circus Dancer, Camden Underground - Witch Witch Witch
Three To See on 26 Sep: Bring Your Own Baby Comedy, Camden Underground – Eye, Pot
Three To See on 18 Sep: Sexbox, 2Northdown’s Picks Of The Fringe – Sara Barron, Camden Underground - Together
Three To See on 16 Sep: Mount Vernon, Trump The Musical, Bismillah – An Isis Tragicomedy
Three To See on 14 Sep: Brixton City Festival, Garry Starr Performs Everything, Eris
Three To See on 12 Sep: I Occur Here, An Execution (By Invitation Only),  The 2Northdown Mic Check with Garrett Millerick
Three To See on 3 Sep: Private Peaceful, That Girl, Dilruk Jayasinha – The Art Of The Dil
Three To See on 2 Sep: From The Lab - A Sharing Of New Work, Nathaniel Metcalfe, Shoot From The Hip Comedy Night
Three To See on 1 Sep: Eros, The Humans, Live At The Chapel With Tom Allen
Three To See on 31 Aug: They Sailed Away, Found Footage Festival – After Dark, Feral
Three To See on 28 Aug: The Beautiful Game, Ivan Aristeg-Uieta – Juithy, Sky Blue Theatre – Five New Short Plays
Three To See on 26 Aug: Train Journey, The Battle Of Frogs and Mice, Who Killed Franz Ferdinand
Three To See on 25 Aug: Regenerate, Lydia Hirst – I'll Be Your Dog, Silk Road (How To Buy Drugs Online)
Three To See on 24 Aug: Xerse, Around The Block, Sam Fletcher – Live In Tufnell Park
Three To See on 23 Aug: Jarlath Regan – Organ Freeman, We Should Know Better, Joe Jacobs - Cracker