What’s on in Notting Hill

imagesEverything I have seen at the Gate Theatre in recent months has been excellent. Next up, Idomeneus by Roland Schimmelpfennig (leading German writer) inspired by the Iliad is on from 19th June to 19th July. Idomeneus is on his way home from war and the Gods are angry, so he must make a sacrifice – hm sounds like the plot will thicken. gatetheatre

Incognito at the Bush Theatre is worth jumping on the tube at Ladbroke Grove for. Two stops to Shepherds Bush and you are right outside the theatre. The Brain is the main character in this play by Nick Payne which follows several interwoven neurological stories. On to the 21st June, it is almost sold out but worth trying to get returns on the night, there are always a few. On 19th June there is an Incognito Gala Night and you can meet Nick Payne at a drinks and join in a Q and A with him after the show. bushtheatre

The Print Room (one of my favourites) is hosting a photography exhibition called British by Zadoc Nava, exploring the multicultural nature of British society. Voila. the-print-room

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