From Thursday 18 October to Sunday 21 October 2018:
Pleasance Theatre, Londonphysical depictions of violence. Please note this page is for performances at Pleasance Islington, London
... threaded together and told through physical theatre, spoken word, gospel singing, shadow puppetry and more... , so has anything really changed?
'Freeman is a revelation, a piece of stunning physical theatre
Thursday 18 October 2018:
Thu 18 Oct 2018, 20:30 - Royal Vauxhall Tavern, LondonLondon’s very brightest (and dirtiest) rising stars. Since prolapsing onto London’s alternative scene in
... London’s most exciting alternative cabaret stars.
'A welcome breath of fresh, anarchic air on the... London cabaret scene" (Out Here Magazine)
Performing for the first time with David at the RVT, Le... , from Olivier Award winning circus (La Clique/La Soiree) to the Globe Theatre’s Twelfth Night and the
Thu 18 Oct 2018, 19:30 - Comedy Store, Londonhas also sold out theatres at festivals in Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Wellington & Cape Town as well
... , Frankie Boyle and Miranda Hart. Kerry has also acted on film and in theatre with four films under her belt... London via Nigerian parents and shoots from the hip. Her unique take on being both a cultural insider and... theatres all over the UK, releasing her critically acclaimed DVD 'Skinny B*tch’, and making numerous
Thu 18 Oct 2018, 19:00 - Hoxton Square Bar, LondonKaraoke with a joyous, full backed gospel choir!
Ever wanted to sound like Tina/Stevie/Whitney on the mic? Have you always dreamt of singing on a stage, unleashing your hidden diva in front of adoring fan with a live GOSPEL choir backing you up?
Well GOSPELOKE; the capital’s 1st Gospel Style Karaoke knees-?up, is for you.
Hosted by Shoreditch’s fallen angel, the 'ludicrously ent
From Thursday 18 October to Saturday 20 October 2018:
From Thursday 18 October to Saturday 27 October 2018:
Wilton's Music Hall, London' London is reimagined for the 21st Century...
Twenty-four hours in the life of a city that has 371
... his own sweeping narrative. Dickens' panoply of London and Londoners, his big characters and fantastic... sketchingtheplay.com
Supported by The London Community Foundation and Cockayne - Grants for the Arts
From Thursday 18 October to Thursday 13 June 2019:
Southbank Centre, LondonExhibition Every 27 September Previously unseen archives selected from a single date across the decades showcase the workings behind the UK’s largest arts centre.
Every day since 3 May 1951, we have made plans, booked artists, put on performances and created unforgettable experiences for audiences at Southbank Centre. And we have kept a record of every one of those days.
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