Comedy Music

Today in London: Sunday 2 December 2012

By | Published on Sunday 25 November 2012

Max & Ivan

It may be Fritter Day in the realm of novelty days, but that doesn’t mean London’s culture-loving population has to while (aka ‘fritter’) away its Sunday doing nothing bar sautéing spam.

Here are the reasons why:


An Event Of Some Kind XVIII, Black Heart Camden, 2 Dec
Co-reigning comic entities, nonsensical Canadian Tony Law and talkative loon Simon Munnery frequent AEOSK’s 28th edition tonight, as do faux wino Loretta Maine, exhibitionist Holly Burn and smart-talking Tom Webb. Tickets to witness all the above in the same place, at approximately the same time, are available to buy here.

Max & Ivan’s Roffle Club, Leicester Square Theatre, 2 Dec (pictured)
Sketchy characters Max & Ivan compere a promising comic collective tonight, initiating formidable improv quintet Noise Next Door, bookish comedienne Jessie Cave, pop mathematician/magician Nick Mohammed, prop-toting perfectionist Ben Target and, last but by no means zeta, sartorial man-troupe the Beta Males, to their almost-monthly Roffle Club. Tickets purchasable via this page.


Not So Silent Movies presents… Evelyn Glennie and Talvin Singh, Hall One, Kings Place, 2 Dec
An audio-visual Sunday spectacular featuring a silent movie screening and live-improvised score by percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie and Mercury Prize-winning composer/tabla player Talvin Singh. Advance bookings and details at this link.

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