Tag Archives: Shay Rowan

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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Jesus is a woman trying to unite a fractured community in new grittier Godspell

Jesus is a woman in a new grittier adaptation of the 1970s classic musical Godspell, 20-24 August, Upstairs at the Gatehouse, as part of Camden Fringe 2016. Jesus is played by Anya Williams – pictured above with Grant Urquhart (Judas) … Continue reading

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Two women, the Catholic Church and two Irishmen in Realtine/Noreen by Janet Behan

Writer and actor Janet Behan, author of the celebrated biographical Brendan at the Chelsea brings her funny and poignant double bill, Realtine/Noreen to Tristan Bates Theatre,  23-27 August 23 – 27, as part of Camden Fringe. Realtine/Noreen tells the stories of … Continue reading

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Krool Britannia exposes the world of bullying and underage sex in secondary schools

Underage sex, drug-taking and violence in Britain’s secondary schools is portrayed on stage in Krool Britannia, 12-28 August, at the Rabbit Hole NW3. Krool Britannia is written by teacher Steve Valentine, from Stoke-on-Trent: “It’s about the pressures kids are under in their formative … Continue reading

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Immersive theatre exploring the power of the mind

When the mental world infiltrates reality the sheer power of the mind is revealed. Spectrum, 10-11 August at Cecil Sharp House, explores the dangers of blurring the lines between physical reality and the contorted versions of reality we experience in … 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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House-hunting uncovers dark secret

Having a home is one of the most pressing issues facing Londoners at the moment and Soft, The Moon Rose follows one couple on their quest to buy a home. But for one couple the quest uncovers more than they … Continue reading

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