Thanks to all those who joined us today at the National Gallery. You were fantastic hunters and I hope to see you all again on another Hidden Wonders scavenger hunt soon.
In the spirit of the fringe, we are big fans of free comedy. So it's great to see that Lewis Schaffer is performing free (voluntary collection after the show) every Tuesday and Wednesday evening at The Source Below in Soho. We'll be going this week, so check back in a few days for a review.
Update: Lewis Schaffer is a dark and slightly disturbed individual. But what better material for a comic? His show is the troubled tale of one American's struggle with divorce, bankruptcy and English culture. None of which has been made easier by his self-professed mild racism. As he himself admits, no one wants to go see a mildly racist comic: nice people take offence and true racists think you're a sell out. Which is perhaps why he still has yet to make his big break through, and until he does he will be 'Free Until Famous'. So why not give him a go? You have nothing to lose but your temper. If you're like his audience tonight, you'll leave feeling happily amused and abused in equal measure.
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