Comedy Music Theatre

Tuesday 19 November 2013 in London

By | Published on Wednesday 13 November 2013

From Morning To Midnight

TODAY IN LONDON Perrier-winning comedy whiz Will Adamsdale, the West End’s new pet playwright Dennis Kelly and gods-of-rock Depeche Mode and Television all feature in the following TW-recommended events…

COMEDY: Will Adamsdale – Work-In-Progress, The Invisible Dot, 19-20 Nov
An old Etonian and winner of 2004’s Perrier Award (as was, for his self-scripted setpiece ‘Jackson’s Way’), comic polymath Will Adamsdale shops new ideas in this investigative tidbit of finished shows to come. Tonight’s line of questioning will centre on queries like “are box sets too good?” “do squirrels roar?” and “why must i worry so?”. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Depeche Mode, The O2, 19 Nov
Breaking the silence they’ve held since releasing their latest LP ‘Delta Machine’ earlier this year, premier synth gents Depeche Mode fire off a set of direct hits, new and less new, from every era of their career. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Television, Roundhouse, 19 Nov
Switched-on rock dinos Television – a band without whom the post-rock landscape would look very, very altered – will precede their set at ATP’s End Of An Era festival with tonight’s special recital of their 1977 LP ‘Marquee Moon’. End of broadcast. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: From Morning To Midnight, National Theatre, 19 Nov – 15 Jan 2014 (pictured)
Theatre’s new golden boy Dennis Kelly – he of shining ‘Matilda The Musical’ repute – re-imagines (in English) German expressionist Georg Kaiser’s day-in-the-life of a bank clerk who breaks from his bourgeois family and goes on a wild, senseless search for his ‘raison d’être’. Details and tickets.

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