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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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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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HunkyPunk return but this time their mask comedy KUNST? is for adults only

Mask-comedy troupe HunkyPunk return to Camden Fringe with a comic nightmare Kunst? 17-21 August at 7.30pm, The Lion and Unicorn in Kentish Town, London. Kunst? represents the next step in HunkyPunk’s evolution: it combines the theatrical equivalent of cartoon with … Continue reading

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Lend An Ear to this story of communication and relationships

Lend an Ear is a compelling piece of physical theatre based around the theme of communication, 15-17 August at 6.30pm, at the Etcetera Theatre. Developed under the guidance of Paperfeet Theatre and Dramatize, a charity based in Ashford, Middlesex, who provide … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s cross-dressing women in play discussing gender identity

Endgame: Ariel explores a world without labels, through the eyes of gender fluidity in Shakespeare’s early cross-dressing females, 11-14 August at 9pm, Camden People’s Theatre. The thought-provoking physical theatre piece Endgame: Ariel, uses three of Shakespeare’s iconic cross-dressing women, as found … Continue reading

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Two weddings to catch today – Practice Wedding & the Day I Married Myself

Practice Wedding opened last night at Camden Fringe but there is still time to see this show at Lock 17 and Dingwalls, until Friday 19 August at 7pm. An unapologetic blend of storytelling and stand-up comedy, Natasha Samreny’s Practice Wedding … Continue reading

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Spotlight on social media bullying

BULLYING on social media and in the classroom is put in the spotlight in Before It Starts, 4-7 August, at Camden People’s Theatre. Before It Starts is inspired by true stories of young people that have personally experienced bullying about … Continue reading

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