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Mystery Meat Comedy Night at the Rosemary Branch Theatre

SEEN does love her job: to boldly go and discover new things in London that you might enjoy. Last night she ventured to the Rosemary Branch Theatre by the canal in Hackney, there to sample the delights of an immersive comedy experience called ‘Mystery Meat’. As you enter the auditorium you are bidden to choose a red, green or yellow sticker to wear, indicating your willingness to participate in the evening’s schenanigans…

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Psychological Horror Play ‘The Gap in the Light’ Plunges the New Diorama Theatre into Darkness…

SEEN is all agog: one week today, Engineer Theatre Collective, who have turned heads and earned critical praise for bringing real-life issues to the stage in verbatim, Lecoq-influenced human dramas, will turn their attention to a brand new genre, psychological horror, with their latest production The Gap in the Light, which premieres at New Diorama in May and will run from the 2nd – 27th May 2017.

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Camp Getaway: Join John Waters

Yes, SEEN knows you read it for London-based events but come on, the Pope of Trash himself in a John Waters themed weekend! This September 22nd – 24th pack up your troubles in your old kit bag, book your air ticket for America and revel in the company of the King of Bad Taste as he reads from one of his own books, hosts a costume contest, a dance party, a one-man show, a q + a session and all the other things that Summer Camp is famous for. Guests will leave with an autographed copy of John Waters’ latest book, Make Trouble.

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Barbican: Being Ruby Rich

Housed within London’s premier cultural centre, Barbican Cinema, in collaboration with Club des Femmes and in association with Birkbeck College, is delighted to announce Being Ruby Rich – a unique series of screenings and events hosted by feminist writer, critic and academic B. Ruby Rich.

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Wilton’s Music Hall Announce Exciting New Additions to Their Season

Wilton’s in East London, the oldest Grand Music Hall in the world is adding the hotly anticipated revival of National Youth Theatre’s Zigger Zagger, the original football hooliganism play, plus the critically acclaimed one-woman show Man To Man, telling the story of Ella; a woman forced to adopt the identity of her dead husband in order to survive in Nazi Germany. Also, Les Enfants Terribles present their multiple-award winning show The Terrible Infants, a joyous jumble of live music, puppetry and performance.

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Miss Nightingale the Musical: Waterloo’s Immersive Theatre

Where better than the Vaults Theatre for this subversively nostalgic musical? It’s the perfect antidote to sentimental musings on the horrors of WW2 because it reminds us of the difficulties of living a truthful life. And just when you think it’s going to get mushy, along comes a gleeful music hall number about sausages (SEEN’s personal favourite).

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The Japanese House Film at Barbican

After visiting the Barbican Art Gallery’s exhibition: The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945, SEEN is pleased to announce that Barbican Cinema will complement this beautiful display of Japanese contemporary domestic architecture by holding a season exploring this inspiring subject, and Japan’s unique domestic environment on film with seven screenings starting on 14th May, lasting until 25th June.