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From Friday 20 October to Saturday 28 October 2017:
The Terrible Infants From Friday 20 October to Saturday 28 October 2017

Wilton's Music Hall, London
September to 28th October . 7.30pm, 3pm Wednesday and Saturday matinees. . Running time approximately 1 hour

From Friday 20 October to Saturday 4 November 2017:
Les Vêpres siciliennes From Friday 20 October to Saturday 4 November 2017

Royal Opera House, London
House Early start Buy
Les Vêpres siciliennes Wednesday 25 October 2017, 6.30pm . Main Stage

From Friday 20 October to Saturday 11 November 2017:
The End of Hope From Friday 20 October to Saturday 11 November 2017

Soho Theatre, London
winning writer David Ireland following his critically-acclaimed Cyprus Avenue (Royal Court Theatre). ... > Returning to Soho Theatre following Vicky Jones’ The One, Rufus Wright performs alongside Elinor Lawless... between the Orange Tree Theatre and St Mary’s University
Running Time: Approx 60mins

From Friday 20 October to Saturday 28 October 2017:
Joseph Morpurgo: Hammerhead From Friday 20 October to Saturday 28 October 2017

Soho Theatre, London
Outlandishly funny multimedia comedy and new voodoo from the distinguished mind of the 2015 Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, three-time 2016 Chortle Award winner and soon-to-be BBC Radio Four star Joseph Morpurgo, featuring surreal set-pieces, vivid comic writing, subliminal pulse signals - and monsters.
Running Time: Approx 60mins

Aditi Mittal: Global Village Idiot From Friday 20 October to Saturday 28 October 2017

Soho Theatre, London
Trailblazing Indian comic Aditi Mittal is back at Soho Theatre, fresh from her Edinburgh Festival
Mark Thomas: A Show that Gambles on The Future From Friday 20 October to Saturday 28 October 2017

Leicester Square Theatre, London
Mark Thomas
A Show that Gambles on the Future.
Few predicted the events of 2016. And even fewer seem to know where we are going. Award winning storyteller, comedian and political satirist Mark Thomas sets out to discover what the future has in store for us by collecting and examining his own predictions and those of his audiences before gambling on their outcome. By making futurologists

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