Our Patch July 2015 - Page 14

Our Patch July 2015 July-August historic walled garden. 1pm. £20 (£16 concs) Note: No seating is provided www.fulhampalace.org Until 15 August The Invisible Until 15 August l The Invisible, Bush Theatre W12 Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s quietly powerful and all-seeing new play, written in response to real-life cuts to legal aid, weaves together the stories of ordinary people fighting for their right to justice. 7.30pm. From £15 (concs £10) www.bushtheatre.co.uk 15-18 July l Nahda, Bush Theatre W12 Four short plays tell stories of the confusion of second generation children of refugees, the conflicted fate of British-Muslim soldiers, the West’s obsession with food fetishism and consumerism, and five generations of Arab Spring women using social media for political agency. With poignant brevity and sharp observation, Nahda asks how personal freedom and identity can conquer. Matinees only. £12 www.bushtheatre. co.uk 20 July D’Angelo returns to the Apollo with his Vanguard band 14/15 17-19 July l Much Ado About Nothing – Shakespeare’s Globe, Fulham Palace SW6 Shakespeare’s ultimate comedy performed by the Globe Theatre on Tour in the Palace’s 18 July l Vardis + Diamond Head, Bush Hall W12 Playing London for the first time in nearly three decades, reunited boogie metal legends Vardis will unveil a new EP – their first new release since Vigilante in 1986. 7.30pm. £18 www.bushhallmusic.co.uk 20 July l D’Angelo, Eventim Apollo W6 Michael D’Angelo Archer was born in Virginia to the son of a Pentecostal minister. He began teaching himself piano as a very young child, and at the age of 18 won the amateur talent competition at Harlem’s Apollo Theater three weeks in a row. In 1991, he signed a publishing deal with EMI and the rest is history. His latest album, Black Messiah, was released in the winter. 7pm. From £51.75 www.eventimapollo.com 25 July The Blackbyrds 25 July l The Blackbyrds + Tom Browne, Under the Bridge SW6 The Blackbyrds were formed in 1973 in Washington DC under