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Today in London: Saturday 17 August 2013

By | Published on Friday 9 August 2013

Melt Yourself Down

Stuck for things to do, places to go? Cast a glance over the following Saturday-apt arts pastimes…

TODAY’S COMEDY CHOICES

Soho Comedy Club presents… Sol Bernstein/Paul Kerensa/Tom Goodliffe, The Casino at The Empire, 17 Aug
Steve Jameson’s ‘showbiz icon’ alias Sol Berstein, Guildford ‘pun gent’ Paul Kerensa and brilliantly “upbeat”¬†wit Tom Goodliffe can only make tonight’s Soho show a good time, so go along and take it all in. Details and tickets here.

TODAY’S FILM CHOICES

Pitch Perfect Aca-Along, Prince Charles Cinema, 17 Aug
“Hands in, aca-bitches”, blares the billing for this brassy cinema sing-along staged by the PCC. Basically, it’a a showing of last year’s larger-than-life dram-com ‘Pitch Perfect’ with added extras, not least a pre-show party featuring a ‘Best Dressed Acapella Ensemble’ prize draw. Details and tickets here.

TODAY’S MUSIC CHOICES

Melt Yourself Down, National Theatre Propstore, 17 Aug (pictured)
Hotly-acclaimed jazz-rock band Melt Yourself Down play a free-entry set at the NT-adjacent Propstore. Hear them play live, and stay to hear DJs till 2am. Details here.

Shonen Knife BBQ Party, Brixton Windmill, 17 Aug
Nirvana peers Shonen Knife, an all-girl rock trio from Japan, fire up the ‘cue to serve mixed meat grills, and a legendary live set, with great relish. Details and tickets here.



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