Theatre
Great Again: The Musical
£14.50 24 — 28 Jan

‘We’re making history remember? You and me. Best friends making history’ An entertaining new musical about friendship, adventure and voting for Donald Trump.

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Strawberry Starburst
£11.50 24 — 28 Jan

Shez is passionate about Strawberry Starburst, her mum’s cooking and her boyfriend’s prickly face. But when her life takes a sudden turn, she’s forced to decide between her family and her food.

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Alien Land
£14.50 24 — 28 Jan

A darkly comic solo show about love, loss and exile inspired by The Secret Life of Saeed the Pessoptimist, the first science fiction novel in the Middle East.

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For a Black Girl
£11.50 24 — 28 Jan

“Racism and sexism don’t exist.” Equal part autobiographical, equal part verbatim, For a Black Girl is our response. We are: Honest. Satirical. We are not: For the easily offended.

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Silk Road
£13.50 24 — 28 Jan

Bruce is nineteen, unemployed and living with his Nan. But now he's sucked into an underworld dark web, discovering how easy it is to buy narcotics online.

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Soul In The Van
£6.50 24 Jan — 18 Mar

A singer, singing soulful songs in the back of a van, to a handful of people, for 15 minutes. '... plays a mean side piano' (The Guardian)

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TRASHED
£14.50 24 — 28 Jan

19 years working the bins and Goody's about to crack! Trashed is a grimy, booze-fuelled sucker punch, bound to make you laugh until you cry. Expect love, loss, loneliness and lots of cider.

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Neverland
£26.50 24 Jan — 18 Mar

The Creators of The Immersive Great Gatsby invite you to step into the place between dusk and dark, awake and asleep, on an adventure to rediscover your lost child in a soaring, messy, beautiful adventure.

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Monster
£11.50 24 — 28 Jan

“This is a story about a girl. And a boy. Some of it’s true. Some of it isn’t. And I’m not going to tell you which is which.”

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Tomorrow Creeps
£11.50 24 — 28 Jan

Fallen Tyrant, Spectral Queen, Hollow Hero. Where is Wild Kate? Experience a new play drawn from sixteen Shakespeare texts. Scream Babooshka: we are such stuff as nightmares are made on.

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The People’s Rock: A Musical
£11.50 24 — 28 Jan

2050. Meet Tee, an impressionable young woman navigating a dystopian landscape, with only her hero to guide her, wrestling legend/model/actor/2020 US presidential candidate, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.

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Dietrich: Natural Duty
£11.50 24 — 28 Jan

An intoxicating mix of theatre, cabaret and drag, this new one-(wo)man show by Peter Groom, uses music, stories and songs to reveal a Hollywood icon’s extraordinary commitment to duty.

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Red Bastard: Lie With Me
£14.50 24 Jan — 04 Feb

How free is your love? You're about to find out. Every. Single. One of you. Red Bastard is here to expose the lies we tell our lovers and those bastards who made us lie in the first place! ★★★★★ ‘Jaw dropping’ The Scotsman

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The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha
£14.50 24 — 28 Jan

Two feisty señoritas and a downtrodden Englishman take on Don Quixote’s quest accompanied only by an otherworldly guitarist. ★★★★★ THE STAGE ★★★★ TIME OUT, EXEUNT, A YOUNGER THEATRE, THE SKINNY

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Wind Bit Bitter, Bit Bit Bit Her
£11.50 24 — 28 Jan

Mary’s just lost her child. Mary’s relationship is falling apart. Mary needs some hope. So maybe the amputated limbs washed up near her house are a sign.

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Fuck You Pay Me
£11.50 24 — 28 Jan

I work at a stripclub, as a stripper, but that’s a secret, so don’t tell anyone. A “one-woman tour de force… adds crucial nuance to dated thoughts about sex-work” - The Times

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Police Cops In Space
£14.50 24 Jan — 04 Feb

Following a TOTAL SELLOUT run at EdFringe Festival 2017, multi award-winning comedy trio THE PRETEND MEN are back with their critically acclaimed theatrical blockbuster POLICE COPS IN SPACE. ★★★★ - GQ

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Comedy
Thünderbards: The Best Of
£9.50 24 — 25 Jan

Glenn Moore (Mock The Week) and Matt Stevens (BBC Radio 4’s Sketchorama) present an hour of heartfelt absurdity and high-concept silliness in sketch format. ★★★★ (Telegraph), “Hugely entertaining” (Daily Mail).

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Tumulus
£14.50 24 — 28 Jan

When Anthony’s one-night stand turns up dead on the Hampstead Heath tumulus, everyone assumes he’s another casualty of London’s chemsex culture. But in this queer noir, nothing is what it seems…

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Becoming Shades
£22.50 24 Jan — 18 Mar

Bringing together live music, aerial acrobatics, fire, dance and mime, Becoming Shades is a story of empowerment, love and choices: a re-imagining of the classic myth of Persephone told through contemporary circus.

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Mat Ewins presents: Adventureman 7 – The Return of Adventureman
£11.50 24 — 28 Jan

Multimedia, Adventure, Jokes! Join Adventureman on another Adventure. ★★★★ Guardian ★★★★ Times

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A Robot In Human Skin
£14.50 26 — 27 Jan

Award-nominated writer/performer, Nicole Henriksen, presents the follow-up to her critically-acclaimed theatre debut. It's a heartfelt look at mental health, and the ways we treat and understand it. ★★★★★ The Scotsman

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Comedy
You Having Olaf?
£11.50 26 Jan

"Work with kids, it'll cheer you up." Did it bollocks. Winner of Best Newcomer at Vault Festival 2017, Joseph Cullen returns, dishevelled as always, more miserable than ever.

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Georgie Morrell: Eyecon
£9.50 27 Jan

Georgie is the world famous comedian, author and poster girl of disability. Join her for her brand new hit show however are the rumours true? Are we about to see her fall? 'Remarkable comic.'- LondonPubTheatres1

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The Delightful Sausage: Work In Progress
£11.50 27 Jan

Sketch comedy duo, The Delightful Sausage return with a highly anticipated, work-in-progress hour of raw offal. “One of the best adverts for modern alternative comedy" Ed Fest Mag ★★★★

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Sheeps: Work In Progress
£9.50 27 — 28 Jan

Sheeps, the bad boys of being good boys, return to the lucrative live circuit following nine taxing years as the faces (and asses!) of television's widely tolerated 'Funny Sketches for Simpletons'.

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Labels
£11.50 28 Jan

A multi-award winning show about mixed heritage, immigration and multicultural Britain. From a 90’s childhood in Devon, to Donald’s Trump’s election, Labels is funny, moving and honest.

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REALLY?
£6.50 28 Jan

Inspired to fight injustice after the day her aga broke, self-described political activist Emily Damp-Cushion arrives at Vault to tackle the like, super gross state of the world. Character comedy from London, Islington.

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Secondbests by Richard Marsh
£11.50 28 Jan — 18 Mar

Two strangers (one heartless, one heartbroken) road trip across the States. Laughter and alcohol, glamour and gasoline, exes and whys. Is love on the horizon or do opposites subtract? Starring Olivia Poulet.

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Glenn Moore: Georgy Porgy Glenn Mooregy Orgy (Work In Progress)
£6.50 28 Jan

Mock The Week and Absolute Radio's Glenn Moore bombards you with a torrent of work-in-progress offbeat jokes and distinctive gags. "Tipped for great things" - GQ

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