Judith has a reason for dating married men. Robert is new to sexting. The Man observes in disgust. Meet the characters at the heart of Andrew Bruce-Lockhart’s new satire on society and social media, Letting Go, then book your tickets.
“I was struck by how arbitrary the borders and walls felt”. A trip to Israel sparked Zoë Guzy-Sprague’s imagination to create drama about women on opposite sides of a border, The Net. Watch what she has to say about the show, and what the producers say about the importance of an all-female creative team, then book your tickets.
Italian-American actors Alessandro Gruttadauria and Wanja Sellers bring new comedy two-hander Lost Keys and Orgasms at the Pasty Motel to London’s Canal Café Theatre for five performances only during Camden Fringe, running 14 to 18 August 2019. Sneak a peek at the duo and director Richard Heap in rehearsals – and then get booking!
It’s Fespian Init Productions revives Our Walk Through the World, Ross Howard’s collection of six short plays, at Camden Fringe. It runs from 11 to 14 August 2019 at The Water Rats. Time to get booking!
In November, Tate Modern launches the largest retrospective ever held in the UK devoted to Dora Maar, the French photographer, painter, poet and muse to Pablo Picasso. Ahead of that, Aslant Theatre Company makes its debut with the premiere of Antonia Georgieva’s new Dora Maar-inspired play.
As playwright Khairul Kamsani puts it, international production Discord of Discourse explores the “conundrum between communication and perception”. Check out what he told us about the Camden Fringe show, then book your tickets.
Following Boris Johnson’s promotion to prime minister, the trailer for satire Boris Rex has taken on new levels of meaning. Have a watch, and take a look at images from the show, then book your tickets.
As part of our countdown to this year’s Camden Fringe, today we’re highlighting some of the BAME artists set to take this year’s festival by storm. Now in its 14th year, London’s alternative to Edinburgh Fringe runs from 29 July and 25 August 2019 with over 300 shows across 30 different venues.
“They are good people, despite everything that happened…” Have a sneak peek at what to expect from Red Peter, Grid Theatre’s adaptation of Kafka’s A Report to an Academy at Camden Fringe, then book your tickets.
“Whether writing or directing it all comes from the same place – I tap the bruise – the feelings run.” Camden Fringe show Riot To Heaven is a deeply personal production for Dan Horrigan. The show’s writer/director tells us exactly why in the interview below. Have a read, then book your tickets!
From real-life incels to microaggressions: the 2019 Camden Fringe Festival line-up tackles sexism head on. Almost two years on from the birth of the #MeToo movement, this year’s line-up shows there’s still a lot to fight for – and plenty of women willing to step up.
Want to bond with your kids? Make theatre with them! That’s a lesson these families performing at Camden Fringe have taken to heart. Now in its 14th year, London’s alternative to Edinburgh Fringe runs from 29 July and 25 August 2019 with over 300 shows across 30 different venues, including these four.
Think you’re alone on your morning commute? Think again. As Andrew Bruce-Lockhart’s new satire Letting Go shows, anyone one could be watching and plotting. Book your tickets now!
Darkly comedic rise and fall story, My Name is Cathy, which follows a teacher who had it all as she looks back on how it slipped away, comes to the Chapel Playhouse next month as part of the Camden Fringe. Time to book your tickets!
Comedian and keynote speaker Celia Delaney makes her Camden Fringe with her debut solo show Celia Delaney is… Angelic?. The comedy cabaret runs for three performances only at the Angel Comedy Club at The Bill Murray pub from 15 to 19 August 2019. Time to get booking!
Gleadall & Mosse’s jazz-swing cabaret Separate Ways gets a fresh outing with a new young cast next month at Camden Fringe, where it’s running for four performances only from 21 to 24 August 2019 at London’s Theatro Technis. Time to get booking!
A quartet of female stories about war, US playwright Zoë Guzy-Sprague’s The Net will run for a week in London this summer as part of the Camden Fringe. Book your tickets now.
If you like your fringe theatre served shaken, not stirred, Agent 14 could well up your dimly-lit, ominously deserted street. Book your tickets for the comic spy drama now!
Telling a tale of love between art and science, Discord of Discourse, which was first seen in Hong Kong in 2015, comes to Camden Fringe this August. Book your tickets now!
Grid Theatre shines a spotlight on ideas of civilisation and humanity with Red Peter, the stage adaptation of Franz Kafka’s A Report To An Academy, which runs as part of Camden Fringe next month. Book your tickets now!