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- Posted:Tuesday, October 6, 2009
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I've never been before but it certainly sounds like fun - the hardest part will probably be deciding which night to head out on, as every time I read about one of them, something else catches my eye and I end up a whirling dervish of complete indecision regarding which group I want to see.
Take the Michael Clark night, for example. Between October 28th and November 7th, he can be seen turning the stage into a glam rock extravaganza during his show Come, Been and Gone, which - according to Time Out - is set to tunes by greats such as Iggy Pop and David Bowie. Straightaway, I'm there for that one.
Or Rosemary Lee's Common Dance, which is on between October 29th and November 1st, could be a great one to go and see. She's famous for using non-professional dancers in her pieces and this one is showcasing 50 such people, aged from eight to 80. If your London hostel is anywhere near Greenwich's Borough Hall, this could well be the show for you.
Failing that, if you're up for a bit of almost-celebrity action, Diane Vickers from last year's X-Factor is debuting on the West End stage in Jim Cartwright's The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at the Vaudeville Theatre in The Strand.