Glyn Fussell, co-founder, Sink The Pink Edits our What’s On Guide. The #CatchAKrampus Edition! @GlynFussellhttps://t.co/NDVIgBwOHS
 
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 The Next 7 Days in LondonNext
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19:00 at The White Bear Theatre
Politics. Power. Protest. Some groups really put you under pressure.

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19:30 at Soho Theatre
1970s horror meets 2020 feminist activism as Dr Carnesky’s Incredible Bleeding Woman paints Soho Theatre red...

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19:00 at Camden People's Theatre
Haley McGee's hilarious and daring show about the cost of love... or what love costs us.

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21:45 at Soho Theatre
Expelled from the Royal Shakespeare Company due to ‘artistic differences’, disgraced actor Garry Starr is going it alone in this hilarious new physical comedy about overambition and underachievement.

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19:45 at Wilton's Music Hall
An intoxicating mix of theatre, cabaret and drag, this one-(wo)man critically acclaimed show starring Peter Groom reveals the life of a legend.

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19:00 at Duchess Theatre
Widely acclaimed solo theatre piece where Alexis 'channels' six decades of queer icons from Stonewall, radical-drag, and ACT UP AIDS activists. Now until 26 Nov.

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19:30 at Royal Court Theatre
After 45 years as a dedicated teacher, Edward is looking forward to the imminent celebration to mark his retirement...

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19:45 at Park Theatre
A deliciously dark ‘down-the-rabbit-hole’ tale, a play of ideas to add sparkle to your winter evenings.

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19:30 at Almeida Theatre
Simon Russell Beale plays King Richard II in a visceral new production about the limits of power, directed by Joe Hill-Gibbins (Little Revolution, Absolute Hell).

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21:00 at Camden People's Theatre
Unicorn Party is a riot of stories, songs and music, comedy, and most likely copious amounts of glitter, to take a sneaky gawp at what happens when escapism becomes inescapable.

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