Comedy Theatre ThisWeek In London

Three To See on 27 Nov: Night’s End, Good Girl, Stuart Goldsmith – Hell Week Year Two

By | Published on Monday 20 November 2017

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

Night’s End | Soho Theatre | 27 Nov-2 Dec(pictured)
This sounds intriguing, a tale of love and loss and betrayal, set in Rajasthan. It’s about a man who runs away from his village in Kerala to become a guard in a tiger sanctuary, and details his efforts to save the animals as well as his encounters with poachers, and a significant romance, and explores some pretty interesting and important themes. See this page here for info.

Good Girl | Old Red Lion | 27 Nov-1 Dec
You might, if you read last week’s bulletin, have seen the Q&A we did with the eloquent Naomi Sheldon. So, having no doubt read that whole thing and wondered when on earth you can see this remarkable sounding show, here’s your answer. Today. You can see it today. An acclaimed, hilarious yet dark, and brilliantly performed piece, see the venue website here for details.

Stuart Goldsmith – Hell Week Year Two | The Bill Murray | 27 Nov
“Last year Stu wrote his new comedy show using the Dark Arts of “throwing it all together under pressure and previewing every night and writing every day while weeping”. Now he begins the whole terrifying process again.  Will there be robots?  Recipe books?  Escape rooms?” Long established TW favourite Stuart Goldsmith, who I am pretty sure you all love as well, not least for his Comedian’s Comedian podcast, heads to The Bill Murray for your viewing pleasure. All the gen is here.