Comedy Theatre

Today in London: Sunday 3 February 2013

By | Published on Sunday 27 January 2013

Isy Suttie

As we’re all aware, it’s winter, which makes “lazing on a sunny afternoon” – as per the Kinks classic – a total no-no. Unless, that is, hypothermia is your thing. Anyway, those wanting to stay warm AND have a nice, stimulating time today can have a look at this London-based lot of cosy cultural choices…


Alice In Funderland presents… Isy Suttie, Alice House West Hampstead, 3 Feb (pictured)
The oddly beguiling (in the nicest way) Ms Isy Suttie elicits her Dobby-esque allure as headliner of this sexually-balanced night of Funderland japes, as also stars punchy circuit pro Julian Dean, the infinitely likeable Luisa Omielan and shock tactician Stephen Bailey. Details and tickets here.

No Pressure To Be Funny, Soho Theatre, 3 Feb
James O’Brien chairs this topical and satirical panel game to rival all other topical and satirical panel games (this one aside), as this month will see Alistair Barry and Nick Revell captaining celeb guests Phill Jupitus, Andrew Maxwell, Loretta Maine and Wayne Deakin. Details and tickets here.


Blackshirts, The Last Refuge, 3 Feb
The Last Refuge and director Rania Jumaily co-present Peckham-based escapism-via-drama by way of ‘BlackShirts’, a scratch take on the socio-political motivations of Oswald Mosley’s British Union Of Facists. Details and tickets here.

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