Stop Press! New Shows and Extra Dates.

Here are new shows and extra dates that have been added to the Camden Fringe.
 
Psycomedy
9.30pm
13th – 15th August
Lion and Unicorn, 42-44 Gaisford St, Lodnon, NW5 2ED
An hour of your time. A universe under deconstruction. Comedy is our last hope. Gently reaching into the bowels of humanity, plucking unripe fruit from its haggard branches, Ben Q & Michal Grobelny will serve you up a nourishing metaphorical pomegranate, tainted with the venomous nectar of the underworld. Yummy.
 
Beef Encounter
7.30pm
Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th August 2010
Roundhouse Studio Theatre, Chalk Farm Road, London,  NW1 8EH
Written and performed by Claire Carroll. Directed by Alister Cameron. A lost reluctant rambler is confronted by a herd of cows and unexpectedly opens up to her ruminant audience, sharing nightmares of walking holidays and secrets about her life, love and insecurities.  In 45 funny, poignant minutes she learns more about herself than she has in the last 45 years.
 
I Would That Your Dark Eyes Upon Me (replaces Hearts of the North)
9.30pm
16th – 18th August
Lion & Unicorn, 42-44 Gaisford Street, London, NW5 2ED
Physical Theatre piece using 3 people and 8 chairs, and the soundtrack of a heartbeat.
One Man and Two Women. See the Man being carried upside-down, the Woman flying, and a Human ‘Troll’ taking shape… An Explosive piece of Physical Theatre. Welcome.
 
 
Uri & Me
10.30pm
16th August
Etcetera Theatre, 265 Camden High Street, London, Nw1 7BU
An obsessive deconstruction of the spoon-bending cultural icon that fuses stand-up, spoken word, and psychic ability.
“Wow, I just discovered Nathan Penlington! His latest show is simply supernatural! I highly recommend it!” – Uri Geller.
“Nathan Penlington encourages us to think twice before accepting the claims of mystical pretenders” – James Randi.
 
Blackout
8.45pm
17th August
Camden Head, 100 Camden High Street, london, NW1 0LU
Rose Tinted Glass Theatre Company dramatises real stories from the past, as the audience participate in shared events and narratives. ‘Blackout’ tells the stories of women who lived in the Second World War and takes the audience on an immersive journey. This play is derived from people’s memories in London’s communities as well as from historical archives. By illuminating the past, we aim to bring history to life
 
 
Raymond Mearns – Shaggy Dog Stories
8.45pm
18th August
Camden Head, 100 Camden High Street, london, NW1 0LU
Raymond Mearns is an accomplished actor and comedian! With a number of Film and TV credits behind him, including two films by Ken Loach. He is a master story teller with a tendency toward quickfire improvisation. Come along and spend an evening in the company of a man Frankie Boyle describes as “A Genuine Improvisational Genius!”
 
The Roots of Love
9pm
20th & 21st August
Etcetera Theatre, 265 Camden High Street, London, Nw1 7BU
From the writer of Beautiful House, a short and intense play about two charismatic and imaginative men tied together by remorse, guilt love and vivid imaginations.
‘Packed with pathos and wit, a beautiful piece about the fragility of the human condition.’ Maxine Peake
 
Juliet Meyers’ Sleepless Nights
8.45pm
20th August
Camden Head, 100 Camden High Street, london, NW1 0LU
Experienced, chatty comedian Juliet Meyers takes you on a journey of religious nutters, hypochondria, redundancy, strip clubs, life’s dilemmas and trying to sort the world out at 3am.
 
 
Strawberry Daquiri
8.45pm
25th August
Camden Head, 100 Camden High Street, london, NW1 0LU
Strawberry Daiquiri is a one “woman” show about the infinite complexity of gender identity, the absurdity of relationships, and the simple fact that whatever we appear to be, is never what we truly are.   Anything is possible in the intimate world of a performer’s dressing room… 
 
World of Leather
9pm
25th August
Etcetera Theatre, 265 Camden High St, London, NW1 7BU
Welcome to the World of Leather as we take a fearless journey to the heart of religion! On the way we interview the leading figures in religion from Moses to Jesus as we pursue God HIMSELF! Join Robin Cousins, Joe Hunter and Simon Douglass for a night of HOLY surprises.
 
 
Sally-Anne Hayward has relationships…
9pm
26th August
Etcetera Theatre, 265 Camden High St, London, NW1 7BU
…and other things.  An hour of funniness from award winning comedian Sally-Anne Hayward.  She’s got a relationship CV and spends hours pouring over it in her own time.  She’s bringing it with her for her show… She talks about other less important stuff as well.
‘Fabulous’ BBC
****One 4 Review
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