Dance & Physical Theatre ThisWeek In London

Three To See on 15 Aug: Fall Out, Skewed Judgement, Broken

By | Published on Tuesday 8 August 2017

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

Fall Out | The Bunker Theatre | 15-19 Aug
This is part of The Bunker Theatre’s InMotion Festival and is the latest show from contemporary tap ensemble Old Kent Road. I love a bit of tap, me, and this promises an experimental journey through the process of falling out of love, accompanied by a live band. I really, really want to see this, and wouldn’t be surprised if you lot want to see it too. Head this way for all the info.

Skewed Judgement | White Bear Theatre | 15-26 Aug (pictured)
“It starts with a Tinder date between Ad and Claudine. A week later, they are at it again, only this time with the offer of breakfast from Claudine’s ex-boyfriend and flatmate James. Ad and Claudine’s relationship develops fast, but Ad knows all too well that sparks will fly once he introduces her to his dad Peter, and Peter’s younger boyfriend Mikhail.” A play that offers a comical glimpse into the lives of people bound together by circumstances, but separated by political belief, see this page here for info.

Broken | Etcetera Theatre | 14-17 Aug
Back over to the Camden Fringe for another show with themes of falling in and out of love, this time Matthew Lyon’s poetic and satirical fusion of Shakespeare and modern language, set in London, and focusing on the end of a relationship. For details and to book, see the venue website here.