Comedy Dance & Physical Theatre ThisWeek In London

Three To See on 6 May: Lippy, Luca Cupani – God Digger, Tenome – Eyes On Hand

By | Published on Monday 30 April 2018

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

Lippy | The Arches at St Mary’s Church | 4,6+12 May
“Rachel has been in awe of funny women her whole life, and now, a quarter of a century in and feeling daunted by the ‘Beach-Body ready’ and ‘BIC pens for Her’ culture she needs to channel these strong women more than ever.” Yeah, I know how that feels. And this sounds interesting – a semi-autobiographical lip-sync show exploring gender and authenticity. Part of the much mentioned Wandsworth Fringe, see the festival website here for all the info.

Luca Cupani – God Digger | The Bill Murray | 6 May
We’ve tipped this well-reviewed comedian here before, and he’s back, with a different show from the one we tipped before. What is this new show, I hear you ask? Well, I’ll let the blurb tell you: “Luca is Italian, Catholic and an observant hypochondriac: after a fairly sin-free life made of unfulfilled dreams he is now asking God for answers.” See this page here for more.

Tenome – Eyes On Hand | The Cockpit | 6+9 May (pictured)
Edifice Dance Theatre present this piece focusing on a blind humanoid creature that sees through the palms of its hands, derived from Japanese urban legend. It sounds like a very interesting approach to an exploration of the importance of meaningful, physical human connection. Head this way for details.

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