Things To Do In London

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  1. Ewa Lewszyk May 3, 2013 at 3:38 pm #

    Stand Up Tragedy is a night where people stand up and tell tragedy. We make you sad; we make you think; we make you smile. Expect music, comedy, fiction, spoken word, true stories and more, all playing up to the tragic form but not always taking it seriously. The night ends, not with a whimper, not with a bang, but with a cathartic sing-a-long.

    The next Stand Up Tragedy of 2013 is happening at the Hackney Attic on 17th May. Featuring –

    • Richard Tyrone Jones (http://www.richardtyronejones.com/)
    • Ben Target (www.twitter.com/BenTarget)
    • Liars’ League (http://liarsleague.typepad.com/)
    • Cyana (https://soundcloud.com/cyanamusic)
    • So on and so forth (http://www.soonandsoforth.co.uk/)
    • Julie Kertesz (http://www.4thought.tv/themes/what-does-it-take-to-change-your-life/julie-kertesz)
    • Steve Cross (https://twitter.com/steve_x)
    • Sophia Walker (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLW3ZPwgQIE)
    • The Dave (https://soundcloud.com/the-dave)
    • International Nobody (http://www.internationalnobody.com/)
    • Liam Willday (http://liamwillday.com/)

    “Tragic Karaoke” from 11pm.

    Here’s a review of the last Stand Up Tragedy we did at the Hackney Attic: http://www.thelondonword.com/2013/01/stand-up-tragedy/

    The night is run by Dave Pickering, host of Spark London ’s Hackney Attic Open Mic (www.sparklondon.com), and award nominated/Radio 5 Live and Resonance FM-featured podcast Getting Better Acquainted (www.gettingbetteracquainted.co.uk).

    READ ABOUT STAND UP TRAGEDY IN THE INDEPENDENT!
    (www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/comedy/features/laugh-i-nearly-died-the-rise-of-standup-tragedy-7979320.htm)

    We would also be happy to add any or your contributors to our guestlist.

    Have a good Bank Holiday weekend!
    Ewa Lewszyk
    Press@standuptragedy.co.uk
    07946296091

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