Comedy Music

2 Feb: Simon Munnery, Burrows & Fargion and a Malcolm Hardee gala

By | Published on Tuesday 27 January 2015

Simon Munnery

And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…

COMEDY: Ten Years On – The Malcolm Hardee Show | Up The Creek | 2 Feb
While Malcolm Hardee, alternative comic anti-icon and the formiddable boss of the Tunnel Club, may have died ten years back; his anarchic legacy still lives on in events like this one, which is going ahead to raise money for an in-development documentary on Hardee by Adamotions. The show features the likes of the all-new Greatest Show On Legs, Bob Slayers, Joz Norris, Jayde Adams, Cheekykita and a liberal sprinkling of secret big names. Details and tickets here.

COMEDY: Simon Munnery – Fylm School | Soho Theatre | 2 Feb (pictured)
Serial innovator and cinema know-all Simon Munnery acts as host and fylm director as he invites a reel of temping comedians (in this case Phill Jupitus and Brian Gittins) funniest, to play with a camera, projector and screen for a night of live film-based comic schooling. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Burrows & Fargion — One Flute Note & Body Not Fit For Purpose | Sadler’s Wells, Lilian Baylis Studio | 2-3 Feb
Choreographer Jonathan Burrows and composer Matteo Fargion, whose ‘thing’ is to clash the formality of classical music with an open approach to performance, collaborate on a pair of works; pensive, memory-themed piece ‘One Flute Note’ and political commission ‘Body Not Fit For Purpose’. Details and tickets here.

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