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Sunday 16 February 2014 in London

By | Published on Monday 10 February 2014

Catherine Bennett

ThisWeek’s tipped events TODAY IN LONDON feature Bryony Kimmings’ anti-popstar Catherine Bennett, slick comedians Richard Blackwood and Kevin J, and grumpy old folk fan Arthur Smith…

COMEDY: Comedy Warehouse – The Valentine’s Special, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, 16 Feb
Natty joker Richard Blackwood, urban stand-up Kevin J, ‘bad boy’ comedian Will E Robo and bold baldy Kane Brown pool their significant comic smarts for this attractive (nearly) V-Day pageant. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC/COMEDY: Arthur Smith Sings Leonard Cohen (Volume Too), Soho Theatre, 16 Feb – 2 Mar
The delightfully gristly Arthur Smith returns with a sequel to his show of 2000, singing the finest titles in Leonard Cohen’s oeuvre, interspersed with super-dry quips and ripostes. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: That Catherine Bennett Show, Purcell Room at Southbank Centre, 16-18 Feb (pictured)
The SB Centre’s Imagine Children’s Festival springs this inspiring skit by singing ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winning comedienne Bryony Kimmings, who with her niece Taylor decides to invent a new kind of pop star, ‘Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model’ Catherine. She likes dinosaurs, bikes and pasta and is interested only in friendship, not in ‘bling’. Details and tickets here.

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