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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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Naughty nuns want to revolutionise the church and smoking rights – until they find a sex tape

Take three smoking nuns who want to revolutionise the church, add incriminating videotapes, a fetish for crochet and a tale of blackmail and you have the recipe for Perform and Give’s debut production, Nuns. Nuns, Friday 26 , Saturday 27 … 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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Rubbish Rebel following in his father’s footsteps with clerical character comedy

TV comic Bentley Browning brings his show Rubbish Rebel to the Etcetera Theatre tomorrow (Sunday 21 August) at 2.30pm. Bentley stars as himself, North London’s most boring priest Rev Rupert Williams, failed rockstar Steve Plimpton and WAG Wannabe Melinda Middleton. … Continue reading

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William Shakespeare has been kidnapped – will Hamlet, Macbeth, Ophelia and Brutus come to his rescue?

Oberon’s gone mad. We’re talking full-on Hamlet. The fairy king of Midsummer has kidnapped William Shakespeare, director of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Shakespearean Heroes International Evil Lessening Division) and his mischievous sidekick Puck has brought him the Infinity Quill. A quill unlike any … Continue reading

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Gender issues and sexuality are questioned through Oscar Wilde play

After Dark Matter last year’s sold out performance that was supported by the Arts Council of England, Vertebra returns to Etcetera Theatre with Oscar a brand new puppetry performance that explores queer identity through visual imagery and devised texts inspired … Continue reading

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