Monthly Archives: September 2011

Siamese Twins by Griselda Gambaro at Theatro Technis: A rare chance to see an Argentine Masterpiece.

Review by Carmel Shortall Griselda Gambaro is considered one of the most important Argentine and Latin American playwrights but her work is rarely performed in Britain. This situation is currently being remedied, however, as her play Siamese Twins, first performed in … Continue reading

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Final round-up of The Camden Fringe: Life – A One Woman Show by Amy De Bhrun

Review by Carmel Shortall In Life, Amy De Bhrun tells the story of Grainne, a young woman who leaves small town Ireland to come to London in search of the Sex and the City lifestyle – or at least something … Continue reading

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‘Our first aim is to entertain’: An interview with Trent Burton, writer and producer of Alternative.

By Carmel Shortall Having had a successful premiere and preview at The Camden Fringe in August, Alternative will return to The Etcetera Theatre for a six-day run in September, from the 13th to the 18th. I spoke to writer, producer … Continue reading

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Final round-up of The Camden Fringe: ‘Beings’ by In Between Butoh at The Sheephaven Bay

Review by Carmel Shortall Looking back, one of the more interesting shows offered up by this year’s Camden Fringe was Beings by In Between Butoh, a company based mainly in Italy. The story of the Cenci family, in 1500s Italy, has … Continue reading

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