Tag Archives: Shay Rowan

Sick of the weather – come in for a laugh

While the weather is not promising much in the way of BBQs and beer gardens, why not try out some of the comedy at Camden Fringe. Trench Kiss by comedian Arthur Smith opens on Wednesday 9 August, and runs until … 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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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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