Children's Shows Comedy Theatre

Today in London: Wednesday 3 July 2013

By | Published on Thursday 27 June 2013

Paper Architect

Since it’s Wednesday and we’re all in dire need of a mid-week treat, have four on us…


BBQ Previews feat Josh Widdicombe/Luke Wright, The Invisible Dot, 3 Jul
The Invisible Dot toasts off a fine rib-rack of tasty comic fare; toasting a pair of bready pre-Fringe previews with a meaty slab of real live BBQ in between. Starting tonight’s grill sizzling is Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated Josh Widdicombe, with rhyme king Luke Wright billed as the after-BBQ palate cleanser. Details and tickets here.

Cariad & Paul – A Two Player Adventure, Pleasance Islington, 3 Jul
This non-stop tornado of ‘theatrical beauty’, all of it improvised and based on a single phrase given by a spectator, co-stars a right pair of players – Fringe darling Cariad Lloyd and ‘word assassin’ Paul Foxcroft. Details and tickets here.


The Paper Architect, Leytonstone Library, 3-21 Jul (pictured)
The Barbican’s off-site Beyond initiative is spreading its wings a lot of late, and this time lands in Leytonstone to craft this intimate and imaginative play, the tale of a solitary man who, since he can’t live them, designs his dreams (or dreams his designs), in paper. Details and tickets here.

We’re All Going On A Bear Hunt, Lyric Theatre, 3 Jul – 8 Sep
Aimed at kids aged 3-7 with liking for all-things ‘swishy swashy, splishy splashy and oozy’, this chaotic take on Michael Rosen’s kids’ classic finds a family braving scary lands as they search for a big bear. Details and tickets here.

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