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Premiere: The Legend of St Julian performed naked @CamdenFringe

It’s Bank Holiday weekend and there are 121 shows left to watch in just three days at Camden Fringe 2017! New company DepthSound presents its inaugural show The Legend Of St Julian at the Hen and Chickens, 25-27 August 10.30pm, … 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: 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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Review: Pageant at London Irish Centre

By Samuel Smith This show stars six beautiful contestants and one vivacious host. It’s a comedy musical which heel toes you through the most glamorous beauty pageant this year at Camden Fringe. Tuck yourself in – they sure have – … Continue reading

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Review: Grab ‘Em By The Pussy at The Monkey House

By Samuel Smith Inspired by the now infamous comment made by Donald Trump, ‘Grab Em By The Pussy’ is musical which explores a dystopian world where women have lost all autonomy over their sexual rights and consent. In this world, … Continue reading

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Review: Masud Milas at the Bill Murray

By Samuel Smith Masud Milas’s new show ‘Masud Abides’ at The Bill Murray documents the immersion of a half English, half African international school graduate into Britain in 2017. He picks up on themes such as parents, being (sort of) … Continue reading

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