New Shoreditch Town Hall season announced
''1972: The Future of Sex'' returns to the venue alongside the likes of Greg Wohead and fringe hit ''I Am Not Myself These Days''
The new season for east London venue Shoreditch Town hall will include I Am Not Myself These Days (1-12 March), with Tom Stuart reprising his role following a run at Edinburgh fringe.
The show is based on Josh Kilmer-Purcell's autobiography set in 1990s New York, focusing on the life of an alcoholic drag queen.
Elsewhere Wardrobe Ensemble bring back their show 1972: The Future of Sex (12-23 April), following its award for acting excellence from The Stage. Andrew Schneider brings YOUARENOWHERE, his high-speed physics lecture to the venue from New York as part of the Lift Festival this year.
Greg Wohead will also perform the UK premiere of his solo re-enactment of Elvis Presley's 1968 Comeback Special - called Comeback Special (22-26 March).
Shunt artists Nigel Barrett and Louise Mari also stage an alternative Valentine's party with games on February 12 and Verity Standen brings her a capella piece Mmm Hmmm back to London (13-16 April).