Tags » Etcetera Theatre

Bash, Etcetera Theatre

Neil Labute’s Bash is a distinctively 1990’s play containing three unrelated parts that are one-act plays in themselves. The component pieces have enough detail to stand alone and have unrelated characters, but a common theme: all of the characters are Mormon and commit horrific acts of violence. 641 more words

Fringe Theatre



This first full-length production from Mind Your Head theatre company examines the sea of troubles beneath a lifelong friendship.

Friendship never ends…or so the Spice Girls would have had us believe back in 1996 as they pranced and pouted their way through Wannabe. 385 more words


What's New?

We are delighted to announce that we have not one, but two shows in development for this year!

We are taking the stage at the Hackney Attic with our show called RESPAWN! 73 more words


Fringe 24 @ The Etcetera Theatre Review

The process of putting a production together is a complicated and often arduous process. However 24 Hour Plays decides to make proceedings even more difficult by giving themselves only twenty-four hours to put a show together. 277 more words


Theatre Review: Joy, Etcetera Theatre, Camden

Velvet Trumpet, a South London based theatre company who revel in the dark recesses of humour in everyday life, brought Joy to North London with this production of three bleakly funny monologues. 423 more words


Greywing House, for everything theatre

“One-person shows are extremely hard to create and perform effectively. It’s easy for them to be too long, too boring, too bizarre, too indulgent or too lots of other things. 198 more words

Fringe Theatre