Comedy Music Theatre

Today in London: Friday 20 Sept 2013

By | Published on Saturday 14 September 2013

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TGIF, and thank ‘G’ for the following TW-shortlisted cultural options…

TODAY’S COMEDY CHOICES

Laurence Clark – Inspired, Dugdale Arts Centre, 20 Sep
One time ThreeWeeks cover star (though you’ll need a good memory!)¬†Laurence Clark, who has cerebral palsy, isn’t asking a lot, only that no one call him “inspirational” for doing ordinary things. In this show, commissioned by the London 2012 Festival and highly rated at last year’s Fringe, he light-heartedly explains why. Details and tickets here.

Tasty Combo – The A-Z Of Sketch, Etcetera Theatre, 20 Sep
Gracing the Camden Etcetera in the midst of a ‘Mini-London Sort Of Tour’, five-man Tasty Combo match a sharp, clever sketch to each letter of the alphabet. Details and tickets here.

TODAY’S MUSIC CHOICES

Dawn O’Porter’s Best Friends Ball, Bush Hall, 20 Sep
TV chatterbox Dawn Porter stages a charitable party-raid on Bush Hall in the name of Breast Cancer Care’s Pink Fridays campaign. Sophie Ellis Bextor and MC Laura Dockrill provide live accompaniment to a star-prize raffle called by Porter’s other half Chris O’Dowd, as will a secret BRIT-winning artist TBA on the night. Details and tickets here.

TODAY’S THEATRE CHOICES

Routes, Royal Court Theatre, 20 Sep – 12 Oct
Having made a big splash in 2011 via her first ever script, ‘The Westbridge’, Rachel De-lahay’s latest play slices into divisive issues like immigration, exile and identity, getting to the heart of what it means to be ¬†citizen. Details and tickets here.



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