Comedy Dance & Physical Theatre

Thursday 6 March 2014 in London

By | Published on Thursday 27 February 2014

Julian Clary

TW’s tipped events TODAY IN LONDON feature comedy’s queen bitch Julian Clary, the highly flexible Vincent Dance Company, and a translated script by Spanish playwright Rodrigo Garcia…

COMEDY: Julian Clary – Canned Clary, St James’ Theatre, 6-7 Mar (pictured)
Sickly sweet and delicious as a tin of condensed milk, TV darling Julian Clary whips up a bitchy blancmange of songs, star guests, fancy dress and filth. Oh, and a raffle. Details and tickets here.

DANCE: Motherland, Queen Elizabeth Hall, 6 Mar
The Vincent Dance Company highly physical meditation on sex, maternal instinct and femininity is, said ThreeWeeks at 2013’s Edinburgh Fringe, as “intelligent, insightful and intensely intimate” as it is “resonant and relevant”. Oh, and it’s shot through with wit, humour and live music, too. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: I’d Rather Goya Robbed Me Of My Sleep Than Some Other Arsehole, Gate Theatre, 6-29 Mar
Spanish playwright Rodrigo Garcia’s distinctively-titled romp finds a man at a crossroads. Having hit a financial/spiritual life-crisis, he opts to blow his savings on a madcap road trip to the Prado art gallery in Madrid, to gape into the void of Goya’s Black Paintings. At least, it’s that or take the kids to Disneyland. Details and tickets here.

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