Camden Fringe

We Are Not Alone – Theatre Review

To prepare for alien arrival on Earth, citizens are required to attend today’s workshop. It's audience participation Jim, but not as we know it.

No rating given as work-in-progress.

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0

Extremities – Theatre Review

Marjorie is home alone when she gets attacked by an unknown man. The battle takes another turn when her flatmates come home, but the question is... whose side are they on?

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3

Sally’s Alright – Theatre Review

Sally is destined for celebrity. Now, as she cleans the floor of an empty comedy club, the stage is finally hers...

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4

Judge Judy's Buzz World - Theatre Review

Yasmin Watson as Judy/Buzz/Billie. Photo by Tim Stubbs Hughes

"Everyone's a celebrity so nobody is..."

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3

The Real Girl by Cherise Stefanie

One woman comedy-cabaret-performance 'The Real Girl' by Cherise Stefanie premieres at the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of Camden Fringe Festival 16 - 20th August 2016.

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0

The Pain & Strife of the Bourgeois Life, Camden Fringe Review

Written, directed and performed by the same artist, The Pain & Strife of the Bourgeois Life burns with intelligence and wit.

Author's review: 
4

Perfect Ghost at The Phoenix Artist Club - Camden Fringe Review

Perfect Ghost

Perfect Ghost is a new one woman show based on the true story of Marni Nixon. Running at The Phoenix Artist Club as part of the Camden Fringe, it is written and performed by Anna Kristina Read and also marks the directorial debut of Matthew Coulton.

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0

GREYWING HOUSE, Tristan Bates Theatre - Camden Fringe Review

I'm the first to admit, I love a a good Gothic story. Done the right way, especially on stage, it can make for a truly memorable evening. Mary Beth Morossa's latest show, I'm delighted to say, certainly fits the mould.
Camden Fringe 2015

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4

BANJO MAN, Etcetera Theatre - Camden Fringe Review

Seldom do you go to see a show where not only do you laugh, but are close to tears and touched by beautiful singing about a real person. Banjo Man has this distinction.

Camden Fringe 2015

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4

STUCK WITH YOU, Etcetera Theatre - Camden Fringe Review

Some people are natural born writers. Up-and-coming talent Natalie Audley is one such person and her double bill Stuck With You which she also produced and directed, possesses flair and insight by the bucketload. Camden Fringe Festival 2015

Author's review: 
4

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