Comedy Film Theatre

Thursday 14 August 2014 in London

By | Published on Thursday 7 August 2014

The Boy Who Climbed Out Of His Face

And the LDN-based events the ThisWeek team is tipping today are…

COMEDY: Cafe 1001 Comedy Club w/ Nat Luurtsema + Tony Dunn + Laurence Tuck | Cafe 1001 | 14 Aug
Brilliant Jigsaw sketch trio member Nat Luurtsema (who’s solo in this case), “simultaneously enlightening, hilarious and reprehensible” stand-up Tony Dunn and comic oddment Laurence Tuck are all on show at Cafe 1001 for the bargain bin price of £5. Details and tickets here.

FILM: Luna Cinema presents… The Birds | Holland Park | 14 Aug
The hope is that life does not mirror art at this open-air showing of Hitchcock’s avian horror ‘The Birds’, which, for the unfamiliar, is about some birds. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: The Boy Who Climbed Out Of His Face | The Jetty | 14 Aug – 28 Sep (pictured)
Innovative drama bizarros Shunt are giving little (okay, nothing) away as to what’s going on in ‘The Boy Who…’, apart from that the show is taking place in a Thameside space made from shipping containers, and that its narrative has some kind of link to Charles Kingsley’s ‘The Water Babies’, Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart Of Darkness’, and a strange man-child with a strange face. Details and tickets here.

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