Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Arts Ahead 27 July to 2 August from londonist

There's lots of theatre and dance on in London as July rolls into August.

And a perfect chance to use this fantastic image of Carlos Acosta. One day, I'll have to stop this theatrical merry-go-round and get off and onto a dance one. I'd love to see a ballet again, or something else exciting at the Coliseum or Sadler's Wells. One day...

But there's very little in the way of new art shows this week. For that, you have to wait until all the big blockbusters start up again in September.

For this week, I'm looking forward to another night at The Globe, this time seeing a non-Shakespeare play. (My third at the venue, after that Camden-set The Frontline, and Trevor Griffiths' epic A Life of Thomas Paine.)

This time, it's Howard Brenton's new play, Anne Boleyn. Starring the gorgeous one from Spooks, Miranda Raison. I'll let you know what its like...
Read the rest of Arts Ahead: What's On In London 27 July - 2 August on londonist

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