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Andy Zaltzman’s Political Animal

The political satirist is joined by a host of special guests for this topical news and current affairs show in which the modern world gets the analysis it sorely needs, and not before time. With the planet going crazy for people running, jumping and throwing things while wearing tight-fitting branded clothing, London’s quest to not drop the ball will surely come up for discussion. Maybe, too, the fact the logo still really looks like Lisa Simpson indulging in a spot of fellatio.

Aug 6. 6.30pm, £10
Soho Theatre, W1D 3NE
Tube | Oxford Circus


Kiss of the Red Menace

Melody La Rouge sings this tribute to Broadway and, in particular, Kander & Webb, the songwriting duo behind some of musical theatre’s greatest hits. Chicago, Cabaret, New York New York, they’re behind them all. They’re doing a week in Camden before taking off the Fringe north of the border.

Aug 6-11. 9.15pm, £10
Tristan Bates Theatre,
Tube | Covent Garden

How Not to Make it in Britpop

Fringe regular Rosie hits the fest with two shows this year, this second one recounting her attempts to make it in the heady days of Nineties indie-pop (she failed again) – a time when she supported Bob Geldof and mimed on children’s TV. How not to get ahead in showbiz.

Aug 3, 9pm. Aug 4 & 5, 7.30pm, £12
Upstairs, Gatehouse, SE14 5PL
Tube | Highgate


Dinosaur Planet

A two-man rock opera about why the dinos died, and why they are coming back.

Aug 13. 8pm, £5
The Camden Head, NW1 0LU
Tube | Camden Town


The Boat Show

East End geezer Lee Hurst leads the line-up at this evening’s boat laughs. Admittedly, the craft is moored, but it has ace views over the river, from its vantage point opposite the South Bank.

Aug 4, 11, 18 & 25, £13
Tattershall Castle, SW1A 2HR
Tube | Embankment


The Unexpected Items – Olym-pics and Mix

The sketch group turns their attention towards the Games, with sporting-skits and songs celebrating – and mocking – those for whom winning is everything. Losers!

August 2-4. 7.30pm, £13
Hen and Chickens Theatre, N1 2NA 
Tube | Highbury & Islington


London listings: Camden Fringe Festival and Stage Events
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