Comedy Music

Today in London: Monday 24 June 2013

By | Published on Tuesday 18 June 2013

Marcus Brigstocke

So it’s ‘Monday, bloody Monday’, as I always (to the hilarity of all who hear) say. Nah, Monday’s alright really, especially this one, and this is why…


Marcus Brigstocke – Je m’accuse, I am Marcus, Canal Cafe Theatre, 24 Jun (pictured)
Ahem. Satirist and ‘Spamalot’ showman Marcus Brigstocke is done talking politics… politics are so passe. This time – he wants to tackle ‘Marcus’, and by that he means (podium dancer, food addict, posh, ex-Goth, ex staffer at the Little Chef) Marcus Brigstocke. Details and tickets here.

Pat Cahill – Work In Progress, Hen & Chickens Theatre, 24 Jun
Having won plaudits as co-star of ‘The Tim And Pat Show’ last Fringe, charming sarcasmo Pat Cahill takes his chance to shine in a solo scenario in this, a sneak-peak at his new show. Details and tickets here.

Russell Brand – A Night Of Spontaneous Comedy, Soho Theatre, 24 Jun
If by a slim twist of fate this hasn’t sold all the way out; messiah-like A-list dandy Russell Brand’s ‘intimate’ improv night at the Soho is a primetime ticket to beat all primetime tickets. Details and tickets here.


Black Dice, Corsica Studios, 24 Jun
Signed to NYC’s ultra-cool DFA label, experimentalist trio Black Dice roll on over to Corsica to play what, in all probability, will be a show rooted in their 2012 LP, My Impossible. Details and tickets here.

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