With two live theatres within walking distance in Richmond, the National Theatre a half hour away and London on our doorstep we are fortunate to have so much live entertainment on offer.
- Full Frontal Nerdity – geekery at its finest
- The Duck House – a modern farce
- Kit and McConnel – old school cabaret with modern touches
- London Lions basketball – playing out of the brilliant Copper Box. If it were next door I’d get a season ticket
- The Two Worlds of Charlie F.
- David Baddiel and Fame Not the Musical
- Another Country – a revival that showed its age
- Great Britain
- Old Jews Telling Jokes – and old jokes at that
- The Distance
- The Blunders of our Government – a very good talk indeed
- Here Lies Love – the Marcos dictatorship set to disco? Brilliant.
- Behind the Beautiful Forevers
- John Bishop Supersonic
- 3 Winters
- Mark Thomas Cuckooed
Don’t bother seeing Stephen K Amos.
We’ve also done well with the cinema this year: Boyhood, My Old Lady, Mr Turner and The Imitation Game. One of our small joys is the £5 noon showings at the Curzon. With the money we save we can afford a glass of wine at our seats.