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Three To See on 17 Mar: Beowulf, Cirque Du Greeks, Tori Scott – Thirsty

By | Published on Saturday 10 March 2018

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

Beowulf | Battersea Arts Centre | 14-31 Mar
“Before we begin, I should warn you: This probably isn’t going to end well…” Seth Kriebel’s adaptation of the Old English epic poem is an interactive performance-game featuring an evocative soundscape, in which audience members work together to navigate Beowulf’s landscape, making each session entirely unique. For more information and to book tickets, see this page here.

Cirque Du Greeks | Jacksons Lane | 17 Mar
“Zeus, Poseidon and Hades arrive early to a party. While waiting for the other guests to arrive, the siblings start to wind each other up.” JL Circus, a troupe of 6-18 year olds drawn together by Jacksons Lane’s youth programme, tell stories of Medusa, Orpheus and the cyclops through acrobatics, hula hoop, juggling and more. For all the details see the venue website here.

Tori Scott – Thirsty | Vault Festival | 14-18 Mar (pictured)
As you’ll probably remember, because we were wailing about it not so very long ago, Vault Festival is close to ending, so it’s time to take your last few tastes of its fruit. I’ve heard good things about Tori Scott, who, according to the blurb, will be “celebrating poor life choices and an unconditional love of vodka” accompanied by her three-piece band The Shame Spirals, telling autobiographical stories and “songs she stole from other people”. So that all sounds rather fun. More here.