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‘I have always been struck by the power of music to communicate a depth of emotion’: Miriam Gould brings her show Empty Room to the Camden Fringe

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Miriam Gould is a theatre-maker, performer, musician and writer. This month her first solo show, Empty Room, comes to the Camden Fringe, drawing on Gould’s own experience and family history, and exploring the many ways in which music can help us survive.

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NEWS: #MeToo, LGBTQ & mental health issues feature heavily in 200+ shows in 2018 Camden Fringe

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The 13th Camden Fringe Festival has announced its 2018 line-up, which sees themes of #MeToo, LGBTQ and mental health taking the forefront, reflecting what has been a groundbreaking year of social and political change for the UK. The festival, which runs from 30 July to 26 August 2018, will take place in 23 Camden venues this summer with over 200 shows.

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DON’T BLAME THE BANKERS… $T00PID! – Canal Cafe Theatre

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Don’t Blame The Bankers… $t00pid has one final performance at Canal Café Theatre, tonight! Book your tickets here: Canal Cafe Theatre Box Office Star rating: ***** 45 minutes of sheer innovative and evocative writing and performance. Don’t Blame The Bankers… $t00pid captured our imaginations from the outset, it makes a bold and impacting statement as […]

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Serafina Salvador: ‘While we are busy blaming, who’s really winning?’

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After success at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, ‘poetic economist’ Serafina Salvador’s Don’t Blame the Bankers…$toopid is now running for six performances only at London’s Camden Fringe. She explains her journey of enlightenment from banker to artist.