Arts Editor - Lesley Strachan

Larry the Cat has been watching something of a Whitehall Farce this week…

Larry the Cat has been watching something of a Whitehall Farce this week…

If he popped down to South West London he would get a bit more variety –  some Shakespeare, a bit of

comedy, a film…and he’d meet Lee Mead if he wanted to do. Who needs central London?

 

Macbeth Arrows & TrapsFresh from its critically acclaimed run in Wimbledon, “Macbeth” Arrows & Traps-style is in the Globe at TheatreN16 for one night only on Friday. Ian Barclay ventured beneath the grimaces, goggles and gore to discover what makes this production tick and you can hear all about it on Monday’s show.

 

 

The Balham Free Fringe is a weekend of brilliant nearly-ready shows – which you can see for free.bal free fringe

Caitchris tells us more on Tuesday’s show.

 

 

 

 

T BYT film clubFree films? At the Embassy Gardens in Nine Elms? Who you gonna call? Well that’d be Jim Spring.  His programme will air on Wednesday all about The Bright Young Things Filmclub.

 

Lexie Carducci flirts like a flirty thing with Lee Mead ahead of his star performance as Lee Mead picCaractacus Potts in “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” on at the New Wimbledon Theatre this week until 30 July.  She calls him a “triple threat” – hear his response on Thursday’s show.

 

Catch ArtsWatch Monday-Thursday 6.45-7pm after the news on Wandsworth Radio.

Got something you think we should cover?  Drop me a line Lesley@wandsworthradio.com

July 15th, 2016

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