Comedy Music Theatre

Today in London: Monday 22 July 2013

By | Published on Tuesday 16 July 2013

Where The White Stops

Start your Monday in London with an artistic BANG via the following dynamite cultural picks…


Beardyman presents… One Album Per Hour, The Invisible Dot, 22-23 Jul/31 Jul – 1 Aug
Beatboxing comic Beardyman is that hyper-creative, he’s literally able to dash off an ad-libbed, one-of-a-kind LP in an hour, taking his lead via audience tip-offs. Watch (and listen) aghast at him showing how that’s done tonight. Details and tickets here.


Nadine Shah, The Lexington, 22 Jul
Having already made a mark via present single ‘To Be A Young Man’ and an ear-catching feature on Maya Jane Coles’ ‘Blame’, it appears heartfelt chanteuse Nadine Shah is destined for great things this year. She celebrates the advent of her new LP ‘ ‘Love Your Dum And Mad’ on the very day it’s released with a set at the Lexington. Details and tickets here.


Where The White Stops, Battersea Arts Centre, 22-23 Jul (pictured)
Playing as part of ‘Cook Up’, the BAC’s fresh-baked batch of new theatre headed to the Edinburgh Fringe, relatively green drama cast Antler‘s Ideas Tap Underbelly Award-winning ‘Where The White Stops’ tracks tragic character Crab as she battles the icy blizzards and strange lands on the way ‘into the white’. Details and tickets here.

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