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‘Slightly disappointed when the play came to an end’: SOLD BY MAMA – Camden Fringe

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Dominique Izabella Little’s 40-minute show Sold By Mama comes to the Camden Fringe, playing at the Hen & Chickens Theatre. Prior to acting, Little worked as a docu-fiction filmmaker, and this show evolved from time living in New York in 2020 on very little money, people watching on buses and trains.

‘Slightly disappointed when the play came to an end’: SOLD BY MAMA – Camden Fringe

In London theatre, Opinion, Other Recent Articles, Plays, Reviews by Louise PennLeave a Comment

Dominique Izabella Little’s 40-minute show Sold By Mama comes to the Camden Fringe, playing at the Hen & Chickens Theatre. Prior to acting, Little worked as a docu-fiction filmmaker, and this show evolved from time living in New York in 2020 on very little money, people watching on buses and trains.

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‘Two ecology conscious plays’: Tree Confessions/We’ll Dance On The Ash Of The Apocalypse – Camden Fringe (Online review)

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Though the big guns which are at the Edinburgh Fringe have now been rolled out, it’s taking some time to pin down what to aim for there. Meanwhile its somewhat smaller sibling is continuing in Camden and so I thought I would take a break from Edinburgh brochure browsing and pick up on a couple of shows from a Festival which is much nearer geographically and boasts some interesting online content. My choices narrowed down to a pair of performances which took ecology as one of their central themes.