Comedy Theatre ThisWeek In London

Three To See on 26 Sep: Bring Your Own Baby Comedy, Camden Underground – Eye, Pot

By | Published on Wednesday 19 September 2018

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

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy | Tara Theatre | 26 Sep
I know I’ve recommended this regular comedy night (no, not night, it’s during the day, but you know what I mean) before but a) that’s entirely in line with my new policy of remembering to recommend regular events on occasion, and b) I really love the idea of a comedy session that parents of young babies can go to with said baby. I wish there’d been one back when I was toting a small baby. Anyway, the latest edition is at Tara Theatre this week, see this page here for info.

Camden Underground – Eye | Camden People’s Theatre | 26-27 Sep
“Eye takes its inspiration from the exploration of the small dance – in this case the micro dances that are occurring constantly not only in the body but in the face. A lifetime of observation of the subtle dialogue of facial expressions and the reading of people’s inner thoughts and feelings through it.” This sounds intriguing, a one person interactive show which “sits somewhere between dance, performance, happening and theatre.” See the venue website here for more.

Pot | Stratford Circus Arts Centre | 26-29 Sep (pictured)
A new thriller from Ambreen Razia, writer of ‘The Diary of a Hounslow Girl’ focusing on the lives of children struggling with the care system and gang culture. “16 year old Louisa wakes up on lock down surrounded by debris from last night’s blow out. Josh has vanished but she’s not alone and is beginning to feel the heat. She must decide whether or not to do the right thing, but time is running out and a series of revelations suggest everything is not as it seems.” Details here.

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