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Today in London: Friday 9 August 2013

By | Published on Wednesday 7 August 2013

Dinosaur Zoo

I know, look at the scary dinosaur. That, and this far-from-fossilised shortlist of London’s most gigantine arts choices, all going on today…


Four Femmes On The Thames, Canal Cafe Theatre, 9-10 Aug
The Camden Fringe parts to reveal this four-square lady choir and their all-singing spin on the gritty minutiae of love, life and sex. Oh, I say. Details and tickets here.


Alpha Papa & Alan Patridge Disco And Other Partridgeisms, Hackney Picturehouse/Attic, 9 Aug
Always on point in the themed after-film activities game, Hackney Picturehouse lays on a Partridgian disco night following its all-day showings of Alan’s new ‘motion picture event’, ‘Alpha Papa’. So shake off your argyle socks, grab ten Toblerone and eat them to the beat of DJAVE’s middling pop classics, because it’s time to party, ‘Papa’-style. Details and tickets here.


Charli XCX, Proud Camden, 9 Aug
Dark-pop ‘it’ girl Charli XCX + band treat Camdenites to a live Lovedough show like no other. And thanks to a branding partnership between MySpace and Canon, it’s free to attend. Details here.


Dinosaur Zoo, Regent’s Park, 9 Aug – 8 Sep (pictured)
Australia’s Erth Visual & Physical Inc, specialists in the art of the ‘eye-popping’ theatre spectacle, give Regent’s Park a Jurassic overhaul via this live, large and scaly dino show suitable for ages 3+. Brave paleontologists can even walk with, and even pat, the terrible lizards on the picnic lawn afterwards. Details and tickets here.

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