To the Moon…and back…and back: The Hilarity & the Heartache Of Modern Dating

Monday 20th August 2018 at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ After a string of trying dates in the modern techno-centric dating cycle, Rachel Salisbury asked friends on Facebook for a throwback to old school set-ups with decent single men in their modern techno-version of Rolodexes. The post went viral and Salisbury learned a brutal lesson... Continue Reading →

Into the Deep: Probing Subject Matter in a Fractious Family Home

Monday 20th August 2018 at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Ed Lees’ Into the Deep casts a wide net. It takes on mental health, familial relationships, gender roles, inter-generational struggle, financial struggle and the futility of ambition. Most of this subject matter is covered with insight and care in this production by Popcorn Productions, but... Continue Reading →

Interview: Molly Gearen Talks King’s Shakespeare Company’s The Comedy Of Errors

The King’s Shakespeare Company are heading to the Camden Fringe with a condensed, fast-paced production of one of Shakespeare’s best comedies: The Comedy Of Errors. They’re passionate about bringing a love of the bard to modern audiences and their production plays the Camden Fringe at The Cockpit 17th - 18th August, so I caught up... Continue Reading →

Euan: Muddled Madness

Friday 3rd August 2018 at The Tristan Bates Theatre, London. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Chewboy Productions’ Euan is a barmy new play making its debut at the Camden Fringe. The tag line gives fair warning: ‘This is a play about who knows what’, but you should know is that they’re not just being mysterious - they mean it. We quickly... Continue Reading →

The Nightingale & the Rose: Stylish Wildean Fairytales

Friday 3rd August 2018 at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Camden. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Nightingale & the Rose is an adaptation of some of Oscar Wilde’s lesser known and lesser performed work. Orange Moon Theatre bring ‘Wilde’s two most haunting fairytales’ to the stage with whimsy, style and assured performances from the five-strong cast.  The Infanta... Continue Reading →

Contradictions: An Interesting Premise but Lacking in Clarity

Thursday 2nd August 2018 at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden. ⭐️ Contradictions from Nivedita Gokhale and Not a Dull Boy Theatre presents an interesting vision of relationships, modern dating and technology, but doesn’t always do so with clarity and the central aim of the piece to explore how two Indian ‘skilled migrant workers’ are ‘adjusting to... Continue Reading →

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