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Weekday of Tuesday 27 October

Posted by Hazel Baker on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 Under: October

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What: ADAM KAY: THIS IS GOING TO HURT (SECRET DIARIES OF A JUNIOR DOCTOR)  Adam Kay’s acclaimed NHS monologue reopens the West End Adam Kay – musical comedian and half of the Amateur Transplants – wrote a hugely successful book about the NHS and being a junior doctor. His live version of the show was due to run in the West End earlier this year, but got derailed for ‘obvious reasons’. However, it has the distinction of being the piece that will formally reopen Theatreland to audience, with its three week socially distanced run serving as a trial for a wider reopening of the Apollo Theatre. When: Until Sunday 8 November 2020 Thursday 29 October, 8pm Friday 30 October, 8pm Saturday 31 October, 4.30pm & 8pm Sunday 1 November, 7pm Wednesday 4 November, 8pm Thursday 5 November, 8pm Friday 6 November, 8pm Saturday 7 November, 4.30pm & 8pm Sunday 8 November, 3.30pm & 7pm Tickets: From £20-50 (£10 off when you book a group of 4 or more; valid Thursday and Sunday performances) Duration: 1hr 10min no interval Where: Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES Tube: Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo line, Piccadilly line) Website:

What: Beat the Devil: A fiery Covid monologue performed by Ralph Fiennes Covid-19 seems to be a sort of dirty bomb, thrown into the body to cause havoc. On the same day that the UK government finally made the first of two decisive interventions that led to a conspicuously late lockdown, David Hare contracted Covid-19. Nobody seemed to know much about it then, and many doctors are not altogether sure they know much more today. Suffering a pageant of apparently random symptoms, Hare recalls the delirium of his illness, which ar, dream, honest medicine and dishonest politics to create a monologue of furious urgency and power. When: until 31 Oct, time varies, please check the website Duration: Approx 50 mins, no interval Location: Bridge Theatre, One Tower Bridge London SE1 2SD Website:


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