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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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Cut Throat play is raising issues of free speech and raising money for Refugee Action

  How far can you go in the name of free speech? Does having the right to speak equal having the right to say anything? How many people can you rally with charisma and a well-crafted argument? In Cut Throat, … Continue reading

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“Brexit was a racist comedy gift that keeps on giving!”

  The first words Joy Carter said to her new white adopted family was ‘Who are you?’ Now she’s created a whole stand-up show around her adoption called SPOT THE DIFFERENCE at Camden Comedy Club, 3-5 August. Joy was born … Continue reading

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