Comedy Dance & Physical Music Theatre

Today in London: Tuesday 26 March 2013

By | Published on Tuesday 19 March 2013

Mikhailovsky Theatre Ballet

At last, a chance to do away with reality and Make Up Your Own Holiday (Day).

And so, to coincide with this most special of special days, we at TW London are have designed you all a real-life cultural vacation, non-imaginary itinerary as follows…


Charity Night With Howard Marks, Bloomsbury Theatre, 26 Mar
Charismatic ex narcotics baron Howard’ Mr Nice’ Marks is only into promoting philanthropy (and DJing) nowadays, and will be doing so tonight and – on a charitable note – taking donations to Crisis. Details and tickets here.


Mikhailovsky Theatre Ballet, London Coliseum, 26 Mar – 7 Apr (pictured)
The talk of Russia’s balletic elite, the re-styled Mickhailovsky co present a mixed bill starting with vintage tragedies ‘Giselle’ and ‘Don Quixote’, and moving on to contemporary sign-offs by Spanish choreographer Nacho Duarto. Details and tickets here.


Wave Machines, Village Underground, 26 Mar
Synth-pop-playing Liverpool lot Wave Machines have been… well, making considerable waves since striking ‘the scene’ in 2009, and tonight present their new LP ‘Pollen’ in aid of deaf and disabled charity Attitude Is Everything. Also playing live are ‘robot-funk’ quartet Yunioshi and alt-pop pairing IYES. Details and tickets here.


I Didn’t Always Live Here, Finborough Theatre, 26 Mar – 20 Apr
A very bright light on the West End fringe of late, the Finborough lays on another rarely-seen play in the first ever English sighting of ‘I Didn’t Always Live Here’, Stewart Conn’s moving 1967 tale. In it, elderly ladies Martha and Amie find themselves ‘trapped’ (not in the literal sense) in a near-derelict tenement block. Details and tickets here.

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