Comedy Spoken Word Theatre

17 Mar: Al Murray, Lunchbox Theatre, and St Patrick’s Day Silent Disco

By | Published on Wednesday 11 March 2015

Al Murray

And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…

COMEDY: Al Murray – One Man, One Guvnor | Queen Elizabeth Hall | 17-18 Mar (pictured)
Taking time off from his attempt to beat Nigel Farage to the position of MP for South Thanet in the upcoming General Election, Al Murray marks his 20th year as the pub landlord with two nights at Queen Elizabeth Hall on the Southbank. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Lunchbox Theatre – Romeo & Juliet | Bridewell Theatre | 17-27 Mar
Evenings are one thing, but is your daytime lacking a bit of culture? The Bridewell’s Lunchtime Theatre packs shows into 45 minutes over you lunchbreak. Up next on the schedule is a production of ‘Romeo & Juliet’ set during 1920s prohibition. Bring your own sandwiches. Details and tickets here.

WORDS & EVENTS: St Patrick’s Day Silent Disco | View From The Shard | 17 Mar
What could be more traditional than celebrating St Patrick’s Day at a silent disco with a 360 degree view across London? Not much. You’ll be welcomed with some Irish whiskey before dancing the night away to your choice of three DJs – including, of course, one playing only Irish music. Details and tickets here.

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