Circus Comedy Dance & Physical Theatre

Today in London: Tuesday 28 May 2013

By | Published on Friday 24 May 2013

Strange Interlude

Hi London, send that Bank Holiday-over back to bed via this peppy peck of cultural pick-you-ups…


Micky Flanagan – Back In The Game, New Wimbledon Theatre, 28-29 May
Lambeth-walking into the spotlight like a twinkle-eyed Kray twin, the fleshy incarnation of Jamie T’s ‘Back In The Game’, that’s Micky Flanagan, is back in the midst of it, mixing it up, wheeling deals and presenting his usual, amiable persona, face first. Details and tickets here.


Knee Deep, Riverside Studios, 28 May – 22 Jun
One of the real revelations of last year’s Fringe, Aussie circus quartet Casus scale the limits of ‘strength and tenderness’ in this bold body-to-body interplay. Details and tickets here.

Strange Interlude, National Theatre, 28 May – 12 Aug (pictured)
Demonstratively a peerless presence on stage, Anne Marie Duff plays Nina in this, a revival of Eugene O’Neill’s heavy-going Pulitzer winner circa 1928. Clocking in at over four hours (aka there are no ice cream intervals, only ‘Strange Interlude(s)’), it finds Nina batting between tawdry affairs and meaningless marriages. For four hours. Details and tickets here.

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