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The Human Mating Dance is a set of 6 short plays, each of which features 2 or 3 characters. There are, consequently, a lot of performers, since they don’t overlap in the roles. And so there’s a contrast between the … Continue reading
By Michael Spring It has perhaps crossed every performer’s mind to fantasise about taking a chainsaw to his audience, but it’s not everyone that makes that fantasy part of their performance. This, and much more “dark” besides, is part of … Continue reading
William Shakespeare has been kidnapped – will Hamlet, Macbeth, Ophelia and Brutus come to his rescue?
Oberon’s gone mad. We’re talking full-on Hamlet. The fairy king of Midsummer has kidnapped William Shakespeare, director of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Shakespearean Heroes International Evil Lessening Division) and his mischievous sidekick Puck has brought him the Infinity Quill. A quill unlike any … Continue reading
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
“MacBeth gone wrong”, “Shakespeare meets Monty Python”, “panto in verse” – however you describe it we want it – and it’s at The Cockpit, 15-27 August, as part of Camden Fringe. MacDeth! received nothing but glowing adulation from critics and … Continue reading
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