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Review: Hot Mess at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre @CamdenFringe

By Carmel Shortall Polo and Twitch are twins. Twitch is the surprise, nearly left behind and emerging “bawling and bloody” after calm Polo. But “there was only supposed to be one”, as only one heartbeat was detected in utero and, … Continue reading

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Review: Edward II at the Tristan Bates Theatre @CamdenFringe

  By Michael Spring Ricky Dukes directs Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II at the Tristan Bates theatre this week. Even the preview performance is memorable, for lots of reasons. Sharp direction, stylish production, good performances all help to bring this play … Continue reading

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Review: So You Say at Tristan Bates Theatre @DiffTheatre @CamdenFringe

By Michael Spring Different Theatre’s production ‘So You Say’ is a bright two hander that lasts just about an hour. Written and directed by Sam Chittenden, it focuses on a reunion (or perhaps many reunions) between couples who have separated … Continue reading

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Review: The Trouble with Scott Capurro at The Bill Murray @CamdenFringe

By Carmel Shortall “They’re just jokes – I’m not even gay!” Scott Capurro greets “all my imaginary friends in the front row” as he skips onstage at The Bill Murray. The front row is conspicuously empty – who after all … Continue reading

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Review: Reprehensible Men Part 2 at Tristan Bates Theatre @CamdenFringe

By Samuel Smith Five men, five characters all with troubled stories. Five monologues about despair anguish and regret from writer Dan Horrigan. In each case, the men are seeking something from the audience by telling their story. They are imploring … Continue reading

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Review: Mac and Eden at Canal Cafe Theatre @CamdenFringe

  By Michael Spring The Unbearable Pleasure of Being a Woman is a musical comedy cabaret performance from a talented pair of performers. And you’ve still got two nights to catch it. (Thurs 17th at the Water Rats, or Sat … Continue reading

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Mrs Oscar Wilde and Ella Fitzgerald pop into Cecil Sharp House @CamdenFringe

Multi-award-winning actress and writer Lexi Wolfe is bringing her one-woman show, Mrs Oscar Wilde to Cecil Sharp House on Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 August at 7.30pm. Mrs Oscar Wilde is based on the life of Constance Lloyd, the long-suffering … Continue reading

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