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Probably the Best Comedy Songs in the World Ever, Maybe
On from 18 Aug 2014 to 22 Aug 2014
Colour House Theatre

Tickets: £7 - £9


This show does exactly what it says on the tin, possibly – a host of comedy songs covering a number of years by a host of great names… and a few surprises.

Wine, Wit & Mrs Wellfed: The Spanish Wives
On from 22 Aug 2014 to 22 Aug 2014
Wilton's Music Hall
by Mary Pix

Tickets: £8 / (£6 concessions)

The last of three evenings with the
Bridge Theatre Company, exploring
the witty work of Mary Pix

Much Ado About Nothing
On from 29 Jul 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
Lion and Unicorn Theatre
by William Shakespeare

Tickets: £15 - £19

Adapted & Directed by Ross McGregor

Love is a battlefield...

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING is one of Shakespeare's greatest comedies, chronicling the rough, heady and irresistible malady of falling in love.

On from 19 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
Arcola Theatre
by Jules Massenet, French libretto by Édouard Blau, Paul Milliet and Georges Hartmann

Tickets: £12 - £15

This tragic tale of forbidden love tells the story of a young poet, Werther, and his beautiful muse, Charlotte.

GRIMEBORN: Acis and Galatea
On from 20 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
Arcola Theatre
by Handel

Tickets: £12 - £15

Eboracum Baroque return to the Arcola Theatre to present Handel’s pastoral “little opera” Acis and Galatea, accompanied by a small orchestra of period instruments.

Bás - Shallow Death
On from 19 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
The Cockpit
by Schizothemia - £12.00

They will come for us.

On from 19 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
The Space
by Sort of Theatre - £14 - Half price tickets are available to Stargazer members

Joni is a puppeteer.
Dana is not.
Dana is a Jew.
Joni is not.

Troilus andCressida
On from 18 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
Tristan Bates
by Lazarus Theatre

Tickets: £10 - £15

Two young lovers are thrust tested, punished and ultimately torn apart. When war and lechery confound all, what chance is there for love?

On from 02 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
All Around Town
by S1L3NC3

by S1L3NC3
The Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway, Camden, London NW1 7AN

Mind Control?
Or Hallucinations?

Join critically acclaimed magician and mind reader S1L3NC3 on a dark, interactive experience examining the psychology behind hallucinations, and how to control them.

This show is not for the faint hearted.
Strictly limited to 13 shows, with 13 seats per performance.
Ages 18+

Opening and closing dates: 2nd-23rd August 2014

Genre - New Writing
Twelfth Night
On from 20 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
Southwark Playhouse
by William Shakespeare - All Tickets £10

A fresh take on an old classic. Featuring live music from a harpist and opera singers, this unique production of Twelfth Night relishes the torture and delight of desire found in one of Shakespeare's most beloved plays.

On from 05 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
King's Head Theatre
by Oskar Brown

Tickets: £10.00 - £17.00 / (£15.00 concessions)

After huge success in Edinburgh, Brighton, Cape Town and Dublin, the sexy South African sell-out sensation comes to London for the first time. An edgy, fast paced and visceral exploration of male sexuality.

Lady Windermere's Fan
On from 05 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
King's Head Theatre
by Oscar Wilde

Tickets: £10.00 - £25.00 / (£17.25 concessions)

Ruby In The Dust return with a new 1930s version of Oscar Wilde's satirical thriller and first masterpiece, featuring popular music of the era and full of intrigue, jealousy, scandal and Wilde’s famous, inimitable one-liners.

On from 23 Aug 2014 to 23 Aug 2014
All Around Town
by Foreign Affairs

Tickets: £10.00 - £15.00

[Foreign Affairs] presents

Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club
42 Pollard Row, London, E2 6NB
Saturday 23 August 2014
Performance at 8pm, doors open at 7.30pm

Tickets: £10 via
£15 on the door

Following their sell-out production of A NIGHT OF AFFAIRS in 2012, [Foreign Affairs] returns to the
Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club with BY INVITATION ONLY // VOL. 5 and its unique brand of pop-up

Genre - Drama
Diary of a Nobody
On from 29 Jul 2014 to 24 Aug 2014
King's Head Theatre
by George & Weedon Grossmith, adapted by Mary Franklin

Tickets: £10.00 - £22.00 / (£15.00 concessions)

Fresh from a sold-out run at The White Bear Theatre, Rough Haired Pointer present a new adaption of what Evelyn Waugh called ‘the funniest book in the world’ in Mr Pooter’s own north London.

Crack Ya Ribs
On from 24 Aug 2014 to 24 Aug 2014
Hackney Empire
by Hackney Empire

Tickets: £25 - £50 - (plus £1 per ticket online, £1.25 per ticket over the phone)

This year’s 9th annual Crack Ya Ribs comedy extravaganza is headlined by Nigeria’s top funny man Julius Agwu along with the finest African comedians Akpororo and FunnyFace, US sensation Michael Blackson and UK support acts to be announced soon

Thérèse Raquin
On from 31 Jul 2014 to 24 Aug 2014
Park Theatre
by Èmile Zola

Tickets: £19.50 / (£16 concessions)

Following the sell-out success of its premiere at the Finborough Theatre, this startling new musical adaptation of the classic French novel Thérèse Raquin transfers to the Park Theatre this August.

KidsFest 2014
On from 25 Aug 2014 to 25 Aug 2014
Colour House Theatre
by The Colour House Children's Theatre - FREE FAMILY DAY OUT


Kidsfest now in its 8th year is a special day solely dedicated to kids. The day offers something unique and inspirational for all ages, it's a fantastic family day out with lots of activities and workshops that are totally free!

The Immortal Hour
On from 10 Aug 2014 to 26 Aug 2014
Finborough Theatre
by Rutland Boughton and 'Fiona Macleod'

Tickets: £16 - £18

A Music Drama

The centenary production and the first London production for more than 50 years

“A work of genius” – Edward Elgar

“In any other country, such a work as 'The Immortal Hour' would have been in the repertoire years ago” – Ralph Vaughan Williams

On from 25 Aug 2014 to 27 Aug 2014
Arcola Theatre
by Tim Benjamin

Tickets: £12 - £15

“…we shall all be changed in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye…”

Madame X is a new opera by Tim Benjamin, inspired by the Italian operas of Handel and by Jacobean revenge drama. This dark, passionate and obsessive tale is peppered with black humour and explores the potent combination of money and power in the world of art.

On from 25 Aug 2014 to 28 Aug 2014
Arcola Theatre
by Size Zero Opera and the Ligeti Quartet

Tickets: £12 - £15

Women Box is a triple bill of music theatre and opera co-produced by Size Zero Opera and the Ligeti Quartet celebrating the work of female composers through works celebrating the inclusion of Women's Boxing in the Commonwealth Games, and the rise of the female conductor!

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