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Three To See on 21 Oct: The Reluctant Dragon, Aditi Mittal, The Dream Factory
Three To See on 17 Oct: Tania Edwards – Subject To Change, Mark Thomas – A Show That Gambles On The Future, People Of The Eye
Three To See on 13 Oct: Bang Said The Gun, Yianni Agisilaou - The Simpsons Taught Me Everything I Know, Richard III
Three To See on 11 Oct: Alistair Green – The Nan Tapes, As A Tiger In The Jungle, Alex Kealy – The Art Of The Keal
Three To See on 9 Oct: Doppeldänger, Every Brilliant Thing, Desiree Burch – Unf*ckable
Three To See on 8 Oct: Eastern Star, Handa's Surprise, Eleanor Morton – Angry Young Woman
Three To See on 7 Oct: Upstream Comedy, The Gin Whore Tour, Droll
Three To See on 6 Oct: Suspicious Minds, The Terrible Infants, Yuriko Kotani – Green In English Blue in Japanese
Three To See on 2 Oct: Twist, We Are Bronte, Goodbear
Three To See on 30 Sep: Bookstory, Lucky Stiff, Ahir Shah – Control
Three To See on 29 Sep: Ashley Haden – We Are Still All C*nts, Dave Chawner - C'est La Vegan, Gin For Breakfast
Three To See on 25 Sep: Colin Hoult/Anna Man in How We Stop The Fascists, Carl Donnelly et al at The Good Ship, The Listening Room
Three To See on 22 Sep: Lucy Light, Fossils, Nick Coyle – Queen Of Wolves
Three To See on 20 Sep: Tumour Has It, Adele Cliff – Cliff Notes, Mouldy Grapes
Three To See on 18 Sep: The Horne Section, Fairy Tales For Grown-Ups – Eaten Father Eaten Mother, Mae Martin - Dope
Three To See on 13 Sep: Gate, London Podcast Festival, Greenwich Comedy Festival
Three To See on 11 Sep: Fin Taylor et al, Angel, The Unknown Island
Three To See on 9 Sep: The Palest Ink, Deadclub, Alice Fraser - Empire
Three To See on 4 Sep: The Awkward Silence – The Bastard King, Nazeem Hussain – Public Frenemy, Me And Robin Hood
Three To See on 3 Sep: All In A Day's Work, Harriet Braine – Total Eclipse Of The Art, Stupid Sunday Comedy