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Pick of The Week The Lieutenant of Inishmore 

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The Lieutenant of Inishmore @ Noel Coward
Until 11 Sept Tickets


Mad Padraic, is a terrorist deemed too violent to be a member of the IRA.

Who knocked Mad Padraic’s cat over on a lonely road on the island of Inishmore and was it an accident? He’ll want to know when he gets back from a stint of torture and chip-shop bombing in Northern Ireland: he loves that cat more than life itself.

A hilarious, acute observation of violence.

Michael Grandage directs a rare revival of Martin McDonagh’s critically acclaimed, brilliant satire on terrorism, The Lieutenant of Inishmore.


As an advisory to adults who might bring young people. All persons aged under 16 must be accompanied and sat next to the accompanying adult. They may not sit on their own within the auditorium. If children do have separate seats you could be refused entry.

Flick of The Week Apostasy

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Apostasy PG @ Rich Mix
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Apostasy is an authentic insight into the complex nature of faith, family and duty in the UK.

Eighteen-year-old Alex, her elder sister Luisa and their mother Ivanna live as part of a close-knit community of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Manchester.

After Luisa commits an act of transgression, the Elders threaten to expel her from the congregation, and her mother and sister must either persuade her to return, or shun her completely.


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Parks and Picnics In London


It’s the time to be outside. So pack a picnic and visit a few great outdoor spaces like the parks listed under details. But No BBQ’s Folks.


Clissold Park, N16

Clissold Park is a lush and calming 55-acre open space in Stoke Newington. There’s the charming, recently restored Grade II-listed Clissold House to admire (from the outside only, unless you’re getting married in it), a skatepark, five-a-side football facilities and open-air table tennis area. And best of all there is a small farm, a lake with terrapins, and its own butterfly dome.

Crystal Palace Park, SE20

A Grade II-listed green space in south-east London that is vast, grassy and very hilly – climb high enough and you’ll be treated to a fantastic view of the London skyline. It’s 200-acres of grass and home to London’s biggest maze. There is a collection of hundred-year-old, life-size dinosaur sculptures, a children’s farm and a racetrack for remote-control cars.

Victoria Park, E9

VP is London’s oldest public park at over 170 years old and favoured by joggers’ and commuter cyclists’ during the week. Spanning 86 hectares it’s an ideal place to take a sunny snooze without fear of being mown down, or walk off a monster lunch. There are football pitches, cricket nets and tennis courts. And people practising tai chi and pulling gnarly tricks at the skatepark.

Holland Park, W8

Holland Park, in the shadow of the posh houses of Notting Hill is a striking mix of the practical and the beautifully landscaped. It also has an overgrown woodland and playing fields. There’s peacock-spotting, a children’s park, and some posh garden culture

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Beautiful Allotment @ Geffrye Museum
Until 26 Aug Tickets


Open for alfresco drinking, eating and partying all summer long.

Beautiful Allotment will take the homemade and creative inspiration of an allotment to create an unprecedented drinking and dining experience this summer.

Where allotments naturally find their homes on wasteland, Beautiful Allotment will take up residency in the stunning Victorian gardens of the Geffrye Museum. The magnificent grounds will be transformed into a serene oasis, where bookable day beds, handcrafted potting sheds, makeshift cocktail bars and raised BBQ areas will all mix in with trailing plants, vegetable patches, repurposed items and homemade, handpicked pieces of furniture to create a living, organic and beautiful outdoor destination.


Tue-Sun 10am-5pm


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Queens Of Sheba @ Omnibus Theatre
30 July One Night Only Tickets


Queens of Sheba tells the stories of four black women who have been turned away from a night club for ‘being too black’ (based on the Dstrkt night spot incident of 2015). The drama focuses on the rise of Misogynoir (misogyny directed towards black women where race and gender both play roles in bias).

It is the story of strong passionate women who fight to overcome the terrors of oppression in a racist and sexist society. Queens of Sheba is a journey that travels through some of the harsh realities of our time.


This is a special Pay What You Can event. Audiences can buy tickets from £5 to £15 at online, at the box office or over the phone.


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The Camden Fringe @ CPT
30 Jul – 26 Aug Tickets


The Camden Fringe is 4 weeks of fun with something for everyone.

Fairy tales and egg freezing, greek mythology, murderers and artists, jazz, video games, circus, burlesque and plastic, sparring animals and the future of sex.


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Wolf Camden Fringe @ Cockpit
31 July Tickets


A twisted fairy tale set in a post MeToo world.

Professor Hunt invites Alice to his house for an evening of creative and academic guidance.
As the drinks go down, Hunt reveals that he was expecting slightly more than dinner and wine.
But Alice has a secret – one that threatens to destroy Hunt’s life and career forever.

A dark tale of power, storytelling and retribution, ‘Wolf’ is a twisted fairy tale that BITES BACK.


A new play by Liam Lemkin Anderson.
Directed by Liam Lemkin Anderson and Roya Eslami.
Starring Mark Shaer and Martha Schofield.

Tuesday 31st July – 9pm

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Just Breath @ Bunker
31 July – 04 Aug Tickets


BREATHE, the latest play by George Jaques, explores the anxieties of everyday life and how that manifests into three adolescent couples who are radically different but ultimately united by their shared burden.


Often this is the best advice we have to offer anyone when the pressures of life gets too much. But what about when these two words just aren’t enough? In our relentless pursuit for perfection – to look perfect, to act perfect, to be perfect – the overwhelming pressure cannot always be remedied by these two worn out words.


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Forbidden Fruit A Flavour Has: Camden Fringe @ Cockpit
1 Aug Tickets


An exploration of sexual harassment

Forbidden fruit a flavour has is a devised theatre piece that utilises grotesque and surreal elements while being darkly comedic and reflective. Through this unique stylisation, we explore the issue of sexual harassment pervading our society, and its effect on the liberation of female sexuality. The piece highlights the ways in which society misrepresents and exploits sexual harassment and its related connotations through a variety of episodic scenes that showcase a range of stories.


Wednesday 1st August – 7pm
Price: £5

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Sea Creature – Life Beneath The Ocean @ CPT
04 – 30 Aug Tickets


Sea Creatures: Life Beneath The Ocean, is that exhibition. A unique, awe-inspiring, eye-opening insight into the science and anatomy of sea creatures. This blockbuster exhibition is packed with 50 full body, real specimens, 150 body parts and organs and an interactive digital show. Sea Creatures invites family audiences to explore and truly understand marine life, conserving marine species and raise awareness of marine conservation.


Sea Creatures is a groundbreaking new exhibition that allows visitors to explore the secrets of life beneath the ocean waves through incredible cross-sections of marine animals. Full body specimens include whales, penguins and great white sharks, and visitors can also get an up-close glimpse into the complex organs and body parts of a large number of species.
The painstakingly preserved displays use the same plastination process developed by Dr. Gunther von Hagens and made famous by artist Damien Hirst, replacing fluids and soluble fats with resins and allowing us to view incredibly accurate ‘cross-sections’ of the creatures.
Learn about the complex life systems within these majestic creatures, as well as why we need to protect precious ocean life.

Website: http://www.seacreaturestour.com


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Melanin Box Festival 2018 @ Theatre Peckham
04 -5 Aug Tickets



With so many subcultures within the British experience, mɛlənɪn Box Festival looks to bridge the gap, break down stereotypes and bring these experiences and subcultures to light..

Melanin Box Fest


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