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Review: Sophie at the Lion and Unicorn @CamdenFringe

Sophie is a one woman show exploring the incomprehensible bonds between twins – in association with MIND in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest. Written and performed by Julia Pagett, who presents a stark but mesmerising monologue, almost hypnotic, a … 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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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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Generation Y are bringing up that Awkward Topic tonight at 6pm

“I have to be a feminist. I support equality for women, what women wouldn’t? But then sometimes, some of the stuff the full on feminists come out with makes me a bit like ‘eerrrrm ok, not all men are rapists’ … Continue reading

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Midsummer Night’s Dream

Tales of Enchantment presents Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream until Sunday 7 August at the Lion and Unicorn, as part of Camden Fringe 2016. Through a modern lense, delicately exploring the social pressure and acceptability requirements expected … Continue reading

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American comedians choosing Camden

American comedians are choosing London over Edinburgh this August as Aces and Eights reveal a winning hand as part of Camden Fringe. “We have acts from New York and these guys are real quality acts. This is for comedy connoisseurs,” … Continue reading

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