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  1. penpoised says:

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  2. Nia Burr says:

    Hi Carmel, I was just wondering if you are planning on bringing your blog back for this year’s Camden Fringe? I produced ‘The Rivals’ last year which you gave us a wonderful review for, and we would love for you to review our new show if you’re around! It’s another remaining of a traditional text; this time we are transporting Genet’s infamous ‘The Balcony’ from 1950s France to London 2021. Look forward to hearing from you! Nia

  3. Jennifer Lee says:

    Hi Camden Fringe Voyeur!
    We would love to invite you to come and review our show!

    ‘Arabian Nights’
    13th-18th August, 7.30pm, Camden People’s Theatre
    A rip-roaring comedy! This production tramples raucously through the far-flung fables of the Arabian Nights in which Queen Scheherazade has delayed her execution by enthralling the king with stories. Day after day the executioner arrives and finds the King too captivated to be disturbed by his customary daily beheading of wives. Live music accompanies the rambunctious ensemble of five actors who take on a multitude of weird and wonderful characters. Amidst kings, princess, geniis, numerous talking animals and a flying horse, expect to see this classic saga innovatively retold. Prepare yourselves to be bombarded by imagination and battered with fantasy!
    A previous version of this show performed with the Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club in 2010 and was recommended as ‘Editor’s Choice’ on the Cambridge Tourism Office Website, recommended on ‘localsecrets.com’ and given a four star review from ‘Varsity’ which described it as:
    ‘a fast-paced romp through fantastical stories which kept the audience laughing and attentive’
    ‘‘Arabian Nights’ was weird, wonderful and witty’
    This production has built on this earlier success to make an even more fantastical and imaginative fiasco of a show! Having directed and performed with the Cambridge University Amateur Dramatics Club this is director Jennifer R. Lee’s professional debut.
    Tickets: £8.50/£7.50 concessions
    Box office: 08444 77 1000

    Camden People’s Theatre
    58-60 Hampstead Road, NW1 2PY
    Charity Registration Number – 1058723
    (The venue is fully accessible to wheelchair users)

    contact the director on:

  4. Hi Carmel,
    I would like to invite you to review my show The Moon is the Sun of the Night at the Camden People Theatre. We’re on tomorrow night at 7.30pm.
    For more info:

  5. Of course, I will. See you tomorrow!

  6. Laurence says:

    Hi Carmel,
    Sorry about the slight confusion tonight. The performers for the show are Sergio Serra on the cello and myself on the oboe. Thanks.

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