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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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‘Most orgasmic performance’ winner comes from rave Edinburgh shows

  Luring you into their dark, ominous world, The Creeps, 15-19 August at the Etcetera Theatre,¬† puts a terrifying new spin on storytelling while demanding audience interaction. Watch and engage as these five characters make their presence known, then escape … Continue reading

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Fancy some improv in the afternoon? Yes and Another Thing focuses on drama

Yes And Another Thing!¬†aims to be an improvised theatrical production, focusing on the drama and characters rather than the more typical comedy style seen at the Fringe. Directed by Ed Cottrell, the performers will guide the audience through a new … Continue reading

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Townies YouTube series brought to the stage for Camden Fringe debut

  The Townie Arms is like any regular suburban pub, except in this place regulars include a New Age Traveller, an Old Skool Raver, an ambitious cab driver and a disgraced ex-Met Police Chief. Based on his YouTube series of … Continue reading

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