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“Intense and fascinating production” of controversial play ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore explores love and society

Ferocious, murderous and bloody. Love will not conquer all. Love will destroy all. Lazarus Theatre Company present ‘Tis A Pity She’s A Whore at Tristan Bates Theatre, Friday 26 and Saturday 27 August at 8pm. Already attracting rave reviews there is … 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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Soap raids private lives in Sellotape Sisters by ex Coronation Street storyliner

After wowing with its world premiere at this May’s Brighton Fringe, Sellotape Sisters hits Camden Fringe 15-20 August at Tristan Bates Theatre. It’s 1966. Legendary soap opera Sellotape Sisters (the pretensions of Downton Abbey, the production values of Crossroads) has been … Continue reading

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Award-winning writer invites you to eavesdrop on Reprehensible Men

Each has a story, each a woe, each is scabrous yet tender, ribald yet plangent,  Reprehensible Men are coming to Tristan Bates Theatre, 15-20 August at 9.15pm. Reprehensible Men has a cast of five and is written by Dan Horrigan, … Continue reading

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Review: Listening at the Tristan Bates Theatre

By Carmel Shortall Annie is an ordinary eighteen year old who sets out for college a little earlier than usual one Wednesday morning after a breakfast of coco pops. She is looking forward to reading her novel on the train. … Continue reading

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Review: Shelter at the Tristan Bates Theatre

By Carmel Shortall Shelter is a collection of three short plays by Never Properly Born Theatre Company that explore the early stages of adult life from various perspectives: two young party-goers meeting for the first time (Strangers); a young couple getting … Continue reading

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