Unusual Things To Do in London This Week | 2-8 March 2015
The world premiere of Mike Bartlett’s provocative new play – spy on a family as they embark upon a dangerous new way to live…
David Rosenberg and Glen Neath return to BAC with Fiction, a multi-sensory experience inspired by Dr Tristan Bekinschtein’s approach to the study of cognition of consciousness.
A live and online collection of Artistic Director & Choreographer Charlotte Vincent’s film and production work spanning 1994 to 2015. Includes atmospheric ensemble work Underworld and comi-tragic one-woman show Look At Me Now, Mummy (main picture).
Jayde Adams’ own comedy night in the basement of The Glory on Kingsland Road. Featuring Lou Sanders, Spencer Jones, Leo Kearse and Michelle de Swarte.
Maths comedian (that niche exists!) and Rubik’s Cube world record holder Matt Parker combines lively stand-up and mind-boggling maths…
An experimental, multi–layered piece of recorded improvisation blending the voices of Gaggle women past and present, live instruments and a recording of the opening night of Yap! Yap! Yap!
The late Alain Resnais’s third adaptation of a work by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn and the great master’s last film. In the midst of rehearsals for a new play, amateur dramatics proponents Colin and Kathryn receive the shattering news that their friend George is fatally ill and only has a few months to live.
The last week of the festival sees at least 16 shows every evening, free live music and Lates which sprawl on into the night. Don’t miss Superbolt Theatre’s Jurassic Park: a story of man versus monster that reminds us all of what it is to be human…
Now in its fifth year, WOW is a festival of talks, workshops and performances celebrating women and girls. Don’t miss Claude Cahun: Beneath The Mask (1-31 March | Royal Festival Hall Spirit Level | FREE), and Bobby Baker’s Drawing on a (Grand) Mother’s Experience (3 March | 7.45pm | Southbank Centre’s Purcell Room | £15).
Curated and compered by Scottee, FRAFF celebrates International Women’s Day with an all-female line up including Jayde Adams, Barbara Brownskirt, Angel Rose and Amy McAllister.
A cabaret celebration of the suburbs. Featuring acts including Mysti Vine, Claire Benjamin, Celia Delaney, Marion Déprez , Middle-Aged Mermaid, Miss Hollie Would, and special guest host Lili La Scala.