Comedy Musicals Theatre

Today in London: Tuesday 24 Sept 2013

By | Published on Wednesday 18 September 2013

Katerina Vrana

So, that’s Katerina Vrana there. Find details of her plans for tonight, plus a juicy triple-decker of TW-selected theatre sweetmeats, right here…


Katerina Vrana – Feta With The Queen, Camden Head (Angel), 24-25 Sep (pictured)
Big-haired Greek comic Katerina Vrana shares lively chat re her new life in England, slicing into a beefy filo pie of British v Greek stereoytypes. Details and tickets here.


Forest Boy, Arcola Theatre, 24-28 Sep
Well received (by ThreeWeeks, at least) at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe; this “earthy and fantastical” musical re-imagines the shady tale of Robin Van Helsum, a boy who, on surfacing in 2011, claimed to have survived in the wild with his father for five years. Details and tickets here.

Religion And Anarchy, Jermyn Street Theatre, 24 Sep – 26 Oct
Theatre’s enfant terrible Steven Berkoff scripts this season of five ‘visceral’ single-act plays – titled ‘Guilt’, ‘Roast’, ‘Line-Up’, ‘How To Train An Anti-Semite’ and ‘Gas’ – each dealing with what he perceives is Britain’s latent yet still prevailing anti-Semitism. Details and tickets here.

There Has Possibly Been An Incident, Soho Theatre, 24 Sep – 5 Oct
Award-winning playwright Chris Thorpe builds an epic if “puzzling” piece upon multiple interlocking stories, all tied in various ways by ‘situations of crisis’. Details and tickets here.

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