Music Theatre ThisWeek In London

Three To See on 11 Nov: I Call My Brothers, We Are Ian, Anjali Perin’s Shorter Stories

By | Published on Friday 4 November 2016


And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…

I Call My Brothers | Gate Theatre | 10 Nov-3 Dec
“A car has exploded. A city is now crippled by fear. Amor walks the streets, doing his best to blend in. For twenty-four, intense hours we walk with him, as the lines between criminal and victim, fantasy and reality become blurred.” The show, part of The Gate’s Too Close To Home season, promises an amusing and frenzied take on our prejudices towards others, and is directed by the highly talented Tinuke Craig, See this page here for more info.

We Are Ian | New Diorama | 11-12 Nov + 1-2 Dec
Our reviewer love-love-loved this show when she saw it up in Edinburgh and gave it a five-star review, and it wasn’t just our team that fell hard for it – it’s won acclaim galore, a nomination, an award, and the Pleasance’s Charlie Hartill fund for theatre 2016. It’s kind of hard to explain what it is, really, a kind of recreation of one man’s rave culture remembrances from 1989. See the venue website here for more explanation.

Anjali Perin’s Shorter Stories | Rabbit Hole | 11 Nov (pictured)
The London Jazz Festival kicks off today, so there is, frankly, a whole load of jazz to choose from; but this is my choice, a performance from accomplished songwriter and musician Anjali Perin, who is known for her excellent jazz arrangements and fab singing voice. You can find more info about her show here and more info about everything on at the jazz festival right about here.

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