No, we haven’t made a grave error, we’re deadly serious. British comedy god Stewart Lee is performing in a Victorian graveyard on October 4 as part of promenade variety show ‘A Soireé in a Cemetery‘. As well as smart, thought-provoking, pause-filled comedy from the irreverent stand-up, you’ll find the British Humanist Association Choir and shadow puppeteer Matthew Robins nestled among the gravestones, plus there are hot toddies and cakes provided by the WI. It’s all taking place in a secret location, somewhere in Zone 2, 30 minutes from central London. Bring a thick jumper, a torch, an umbrella and a sense of adventure.
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