Comedy Music Theatre

Saturday 2 November 2013 in London

By | Published on Sunday 27 October 2013

David O'Doherty

TODAY IN LONDON Siberian DJ Nina Kraviz, actor Laurence Fox, leading indie label Heavenly Recordings and giants-of-comedy Mark Watson, Alexei Sayle, Tony Law and David O’Doherty all feature in the following TW-recommended events…

COMEDY: Greenwich Comedy Festival, various locations, 2-3 Nov (pictured)
Back after a break with another compact programme, GCF’s 2013 incarnation stars Mark Watson, David O’Doherty (pictured), Josie Long, Tony Law, Andrew Maxwell, and the one, the only Alexei Sayle. None of whom really require any intro, because they’re all off the telly. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Heavenly Jukebox, Sorry No Vacancies, 2 Nov
Tastemaking LDN label Heavenly Recordings‘ in-house Jukebox lands prime place at the first in a series of Saturday events at brand new Brixton-based winter pop-up Sorry, No Vacancies, playing all ‘manna’ (get it? Heavenly, manna) of cool sonic accompaniments to a menu of hot dogs and cocktails. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Nina Kraviz, Village Underground, 2 Nov
Model-beautiful Siberian techno DJs are rare these days. In fact, Nina Kraviz might be the only one. Despite polarising opinion via what many called a ‘gratuitous’ video profile on Resident Advisor earlier this year, Kraviz can still spin vinyl like a pro, and faces her haters and fans tonight. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Strangers On A Train, Gielgud Theatre, 2 Nov – 22 Feb 2014
It’s all drama, blackmail, intrigue and high stakes on a train in this locomotive psycho-thriller based on Patricia Highsmith’s acclaimed story, and the Hitchcock film it inspired. Laurence Fox stars as Guy who, on coming across a stranger on the train (hence the title), finds his career, his marriage, and his sanity in grave danger. Details and tickets here.

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