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“Intense and fascinating production” of controversial play ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore explores love and society

Ferocious, murderous and bloody. Love will not conquer all. Love will destroy all. Lazarus Theatre Company present ‘Tis A Pity She’s A Whore at Tristan Bates Theatre, Friday 26 and Saturday 27 August at 8pm. Already attracting rave reviews there is … Continue reading

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Altered Minds, Altered Realities based on real stories of people who live with mental illness

Augustus Stephens has a severe mental illness and yet is taking on his biggest challenge to-date by playing six different characters in six dark comedies collectively called Altered Minds, Altered Realities, tonight (Friday 26 August) and Saturday 27 August at … Continue reading

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CapaTaro’s debut Glaucoma combines politics, dance, drama, storytelling, music, mask and puppetry from around the world

CapaTaro’s debut performance Glaucoma, a thought-provoking, political and stylized piece, is at The Etcetera Theatre on Camden High Street, Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 August at 6.30pm. “ The disease comes when the mind conforms.” Set in a dystopia … Continue reading

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Blink brings love from Leytonstone to Camden Fringe – don’t miss it

  “This is a true story…our love story” Jonah tells us but the course of true love never did run smooth and anyway, is your “happy ending” mine too? Blink by Phil Porter, tonight (Friday 26 August) at 9.15pm, tomorrow and … Continue reading

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Mr Jordan’s Funeral: In Absence of his Memory opens today for lively and messy theatre

Mr Jordan, a loving husband, brother, lover, dickhead, mumbler and ghost. Six women pick up his fragments and create stories by slipping through the cracks of memory. It’s not about him after all. Mr Jordan’s Funeral: In Absence of his … Continue reading

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Muvvahood – sharp, funny, political theatre on single parents at Etcetera Theatre today

In the UK, there are around two million single parents. The vast majority – more than nine out of 10 single parents – are mothers. MUVVAHOOD, Tuesday 23 August at 4.30pm, Etcetera Theatre, is a one woman, verbatim theatre piece, exploring the … Continue reading

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Mary Mary – a mother and daughter who changed feminism and English literature

Two hundred years ago, on a dark and stormy night during the “Year Without Summer,” a young Mary Shelley, challenged by Byron, sets out to write the ultimate horror… Frankenstein. Mary, Mary, at the Lion and Unicorn, 20-21 August at 2pm, examines the … Continue reading

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