Comedy Music Theatre

Friday 4 April 2014 in London

By | Published on Saturday 29 March 2014

Andrew Lawrence

TODAY IN LONDON, ThisWeek’s tipped events feature BBC Radio 4’s Andrew Lawrence, dance-pop production outfit Rudimental, and ‘Sherlock’ film villain Mark Strong…

COMEDY: Andrew Lawrence – There Is No Escape, Bloomsbury Theatre, 4-5 Apr (pictured)
A mainstay on his BBC Radio 4 series, ‘How Did We End Up Like This?’, pro misanthrope Andrew Lawrence brings his cutting brand of stand-up to the Bloomsbury for two nights only. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: FabricLive feat Rudimental/Roy Davis Jr/Maribou State/Illum Sphere/Eclair FiFi, Fabric, 4 Apr
Dance label Black Butter takes the main-space hotseat at Fabric tonight, laying on a thick spread of the top acts on its books, primarily ‘Waiting All Night’ hitmakers Rudimental, plus US house boss Roy Davis Jr, production duo Maribou State and Bristolian DJ Woz. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: A View From The Bridge, Young Vic, 4 Apr – 7 Jun
Arthur Miller’s take on the dark and passionate flipside of the American dream is the tale of Brooklyn longshoreman Eddie Carbone, who takes in a group of his Sicilian immigrant cousins, in so doing laying bare a deep, unspeakable secret. TV/film actor and ‘Sherlock’ villain Mark Strong and ‘Spooks’ star Nicola Walker take main parts in this production, which is headed up by director Ivo van Hove. Details and tickets here.

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