Music Theatre

4 Mar: Yelle, Benefit, and Push

By | Published on Thursday 26 February 2015


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

MUSIC: Yelle | Village Underground | 4 Mar (pictured)
French pop trio Yelle released their Dr Luke-produced third album, ‘Complètement Fou’, last year – its title a reference to the reception they received while supporting Katy Perry in the US in 2011. If your French is a little rusty, head down to Village Underground tonight for an idea of what it might mean. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Benefit | Pleasance | 3-8 Mar
Sarah Woods’ ‘Benefit’ tells the story of three characters struggling with their present, past and who they are, detailing their lives, loves and the social systems they have come to depend upon. Presented as ‘forum theatre’ by production company Cardboard Citizens, the audience is invited to debate the play after watching it and change the course of the story, if they wish. Details and tickets here.

THEATRE: Push | New Diorama Theatre | 3-14 Mar
Adapted from the novel of the same name, ‘Push’ follows the story of Precious who, growing up in Harlem in the 1980s with abusive parents has two children by her own father by the time she’s sixteen. After being suspended from school she joins the ‘Each One Teach One’ alternative school and finds new inspiration for her life. Details and tickets here.