Comedy Music Theatre

Today in London: Monday 11 March 2013

By | Published on Saturday 2 March 2013


Hail to nuts, bolts, spanners and watery pipes, for it is Plumbing Day.

Inspiring to many, yes, but not quite as inspirational as this list of London’s up-to-date cultural utilities… oh no…


Andrew Lawrence Is Coming To Get You, Soho Theatre, 11-30 Mar
A “pallid, rake-thin, ginger-haired misanthrope” (says ThreeWeeks), Andrew Lawrence aims a sharp verbal diatribe at all his least favourite things. Details and tickets here.


Ólafur Arnalds, Barbican, 11 Mar
Icelandic composer/multi-instrumentalist Ólafur Arnalds shares a stage with the Britten Sinfonia, and plays orchestral rearrangements of past singles and tracks from his new LP, ‘For Now I Am Winter’. Details and tickets here.

Susanne Sundfør, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, 11 Mar
Norway’s Susanne Sundfør, plays a beatific summary of the LPs she’s released to date, not least last year’s alt-pop revelation’The Silicone Veil’. Details and tickets here.


Unmythable, Rose Theatre, 11 Mar (pictured)
Having thrilled and transfixed the stony-faced ThreeWeeks editorial team (who gave it an Editor’s Award, no less) when it played at the Fringe last year, Troels Hagen Findsen, Paul O’Mahony and Will Pinchin’s ‘Jason & The Argonauts’-style sketch aristeia stars all your fave fabled Greek characters of yesteryear, not least Hercules, the Trojan Horse and, obvs, Medusa. Details and tickets here.

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