Recommended dance and physical theatre shows

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Three To See on 27 Jan: Ashes, Guitar Multiverse, Listen To The Reed – Rumi Through Words and Music
Three To See on 24 Jan: The Taming Of The Shrew, Chris Gethard – Career Suicide, Only Bones
Three To See on 20 Jan: Nothing To Say, Lord Of Thrones, Dollywould
Three To See on 16 Jan: The Parachute & Watch The Ball, Brennan Reece - Everglow, The 2017 London Jam
Three To See on 12 Jan: Festival Of Spoken Nerd, Moving Words, How We Think We Think
Three To see on 11 Jan: The Tempest, Just An Ordinary Lawyer, Here Lies Shakespeare
Three To See on 7 Jan: The Nutcracker, National Youth Orchestra Of Great Britain – Totally Teenage, The Twentieth Century Way
Threes To See over the Christmas and New Year holiday: Entertain the kids, great adaptations, shows of the more contemporary kind
Three To See on 11 Dec: The Snow Queen, The Little Matchgirl, A Young People's Guide to Feminism
Three To See on 26 Nov: A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings, May Contain Food, Free Association Improv Comedy Weekender
Three To See on 24 Nov: The Lost Things, Manpower, A Girl & A Gun
Three To See on 16 Nov: Romeo and Juliet, Emerge Fifth Anniversary Festival Week Two, The Mirror never lies
Three To See on 15 Nov: Leviathan, Princess, Genesis
Three To See On 12 Nov: Saturday Night Comedy, Emerge Fifth Anniversary Festival Week One, Mule
Three To See on 4 Nov: Melancholy, A Thread, The Revolutions Weekender – A Festival Of Peace, Love and Music
Three To See on 2 Nov: Deny Deny Deny, Virgin Territory, The Last Dance
Three To See on 1 Nov: Happy Hour, Still Ill, Where Do Little Birds Go?
Three To See on 29 Oct: Spooky Swing, Lunch by Luke Courtier, Penguinpig
Three To See on 20 Oct: The Hotel Cerise, Wallflower, Richard Gadd - Monkey See Monkey Do
Three To See on 19 Oct: Use My Body While It's Still Young, Driving Miss Daisy, Tomorrow I Was Always A Lion