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Theatre

A tatty new theatre offers up a comic gem that’s sure to be snapped up by the BBC

Plus: a sweet and captivating confection ruined by a violent end at Theatre503

14 February 2015

9:00 AM

14 February 2015

9:00 AM

Goodbye, The [After] Life of Cook & Moore

Museum of Comedy, until 28 February

The Separation

Theatre503, until 21 February

New venue. New enticement. In the undercroft of a vast but disregarded Bloomsbury church nestles the Museum of Comedy. The below-stairs space wears the heavy oaken lineaments of Victorian piety but the flagstones have been smothered with prim suburban carpeting, wall-to-wall. There’s a bar in one corner. Yes, a bar in a church.

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