Comedy Theatre

Tuesday 1 July 2014 in London

By | Published on Thursday 26 June 2014

Beyond Caring

And the LDN-based events the ThisWeek team is tipping today are….

COMEDY: Simon Munnery – Søren Kierkegaard | Museum Of Comedy | 1 Jul
Although still working on his new solo show – an intriguing-on-paper study of the various writings of Danish deep-thinker Kierkegaarde – pre the Edinburgh Fringe, olde tyme comedy kook Simon Munnery is nevertheless previewing it tonight. Isn’t he kind? Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Beyond Caring | The Yard Theatre | 1-26 Jul
Alexander Zeldin’s dark social satire, based on first-hand experience of those working zero-hours contracts, hones in on an ‘invisible class’, a small group of temp cleaners hired for the night shift at a meat factory, and what happens when their isolated lives collide. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Richard III | Trafalgar Studios | 1 Jul – 27 Sep
Having shown his feisty side (a bit) lately in Channel 4’s ‘Fargo’, the hitherto friendly Martin Freeman tries his ‘diabolical villain’ acting skills for size in Trafalgar AD Jamie Lloyd’s big new angle on Shakespeare’s game of deceit. Seats are disappearing at lightning speed, so get ye to the box office now now NOW. Details and tickets here.

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