Culture Calendar #34: Picks For The Week

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w/c 4th September

The Tung Culture Art Music Theatre Review Interview Jessie Ware Culture Calendar

What: Jessie Ware

Where: Islington Assembly Hall 

When: Mon 4th, Tues 5th, Thurs 7th, Fri 8th

Jessie Ware is back, and we couldn’t be happier about it. From the very first time we sat down with her debut album Devotion way back in 2013 we’ve been stalwart fans, and after a three year break in between recording her second and third album (the latter of which is just about to drop), anticipation is high. Head down to Islington Assembly Hall on one of four possible nights this week to hear Ware’s powerful voice soar for the first time in what feels like an age. Find out more. 

 

The Tung Culture Art Music Theatre Review Interview Count Counsellor

What: Count Counsellor 

Where: Camden Assembly 

When: Tuesday 5th 

A Count Counsellor show is something to behold. Despite having only released a handful of singles so far, the buzz that surrounds him is huge, and his command of a crowd admirable. We recently interviewed the Count for a Get To Know feature, in which he gave us insight into his influences (milkmen), his process (making crazed voice notes), and studio set-up (cluttered). Give it a read here and get hyped for the show. Find out more.

 

The Tung Culture Art Music Theatre Review Interview Doubt A Parable Southwark Playhouse Culture Calendar

What: Doubt, A Parable

Where: Southwark Playhouse

When: Wednesday 6th - 30th

It seems fair to say that John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt, A Parable has seen its fair share of plaudits. As if winning 4 Tony Awards including Best Play, being named Best Play by the New York Drama Critics’ Circle, and winning Best New Play (Drama Desk Awards) and Outstanding Play (Lucille Lortel Awards) weren’t enough, in 2004 Doubt, A Parable also won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. No big deal. Now the play, in which a Catholic school principal questions a priest’s ambiguous relationship with a troubled young student, is to get its first London revival in 10 years. Don’t miss it. Find out more

 

The Tung Culture Art Music Theatre Review Interview Eyes Covered Ears Closed Bunker Theatre Culture Calendar

What: Eyes Closed, Ears Covered

Where: Bunker Theatre

When: Wednesday 6th - 30th

The Bunker Theatre, one of our favourite new(ish) venues in London right now, doesn’t shy away from difficult subject matter. This Wednesday they’re presenting the World Premiere of Alex Gwyther’s Eyes Closed, Ears Covered, an exploration of the effects that domestic violence can have on a person’s mental health. The play is directed by award-winning director Derek Anderson, and promises to take its audience on a thrilling journey. Find out more.

 

The Tung Culture Art Music Theatre Review Interview Girlpool Culture Calendar

What: Girlpool 

Where: Village Underground 

When: Thursday 7th

If there’s one thing we can’t get enough of at The Tung, it’s a girl band, and Girlpool’s brand of LA folk punk give us all the right feels. Having released their debut album Powerplant only recently, take this chance to see them live, and witness their lilting intensity (which is kind of an oxymoron, but in many ways so are this band - subtle and fierce, soft and hard all at the same time). Find out more.

 

The Tung Culture Art Music Theatre Review Interview Masayoshi Fujita Culture Calendar

What: Masayoshi Fujita

Where: Royal Festival Hall

When: Friday 8th 

As part of the tenth birthday celebrations of excellent indie label Erased Tapes, Berlin-based Japanese vibraphonist and composer Masayoshi Fujita is coming to Southbank’s Royal Festival Hall. It’s vibraphone as you’ve never heard it before, as Fujita eschews both traditional style (he creates jazz and electronic-influenced compositions) and the traditional instrumental (he’s created his own version, built from pieces of metal, strips of foil, and other found objects). Come and have your mind expanded. Find out more.

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