Spectra, a double bill of two short plays depicting the intricacies of female relationships in opposing contexts, gets its premiere care of an all-female team at the Etcetera Theatre.
You can discover the strangest things when you’re walking the dog in north London’s Tottenham Marshes. Musician turned Sasquatch-hunter Simon Stanley Ward is proof of that. We talked to him about his new one-man show premiering at Camden Fringe.
Does Bigfoot exist? In north London? Simon Stanley-Ward, musician turned explorer, presents his findings to the scientific community in How I Found and Captured Bigfoot During Lockdown at the Etcetera Theatre as part of Camden Fringe.
After acclaim at Brighton Fringe, Unfiltered Productions’ work-in-progress The Doll Who Came to Tea, examining the voices that remain in your head after childhood trauma, transfers to Camden Fringe this month.
Romantic comedy sketch Meet Cute, created by two LAMDA students who graduated into a shuttered theatre industry during lockdown, gets its world premiere at London’s Etcetera Theatre as part of this month’s Camden Fringe.
After a successful on-demand run streamed from London’s Cockpit Theatre during the darkest days of the UK’s third Covid lockdown, The Return returns live as part of the Camden Fringe 2021.
What if you were The Endling, the last of the human species? Strange Futures’ new show, exploring possible futures for the world and all that inhabit it, launches this month in London ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), hosted by the UK in Glasgow in November.
The music of Leonard Cohen, and a visit to Broadstairs Folk Festival, inspired journalist Emma Burnell to write – and then direct her debut play. No Cure for Love premieres at London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre during Camden Fringe.
Following a successful debut at the Frome Festival in Somerset, A Thousand Sons, a new play exploring the real-life fallout of nuclear testing, is coming to Camden Fringe with performances at London’s Etcetera Theatre from 18 to 27 August 2021.
The Vampyre, adapted from John Polidori’s 19th-century novella by Laurie Toczek, who also performs, comes to this year’s Camden Fringe.
The Camden Fringe is back this August after an enforced year off because due to Covid. The festival of theatre and comedy, which was established in 2006, runs from 2 to 29 August 2021 across 21 London venues, with 15 shows available to view online.