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‘Hiding Heidi’ by Golden Age Theatre Company is described as a ‘tale of love and hate in Stoke on Trent’ but you would be forgiven for thinking it was a staged version of the newest episode of Black Mirror. 686 more words

Hiding Heidi @ Etcetera Theatre on 13th November 2017

So on a Monday evening I found myself arriving to watch a piece of theatre at a …pub! That’s right, a pub. The Etcetra Theatre is located within The Oxford Arms at 265 Camden High Street. 712 more words


Hamza Mohsin and The Ends, "I want to draw new audiences into the theatre"

Camden, London – A new play set on the mean streets. Three stories filled with revenge, revelation and redemption collide on a fateful night.

The Ends… 825 more words


Playwright blog

If you’ve been directed, re-directed or found my personal blog having read my HomelessComforts one, then welcome, one and all.

I’m Paul Bridger, playwright, producer and actor from Rochester. 165 more words

Many thanks..

Everyone who supported along the journey to Camden and Faversham – thank you very much.

My family for being there… I just want to make you all proud. 301 more words

M.I.M.E.S: A Polished Ode to Mime Fetching Plenty of Laughs

Sunday 20th August 2017 at Etcetera Theatre, London.


M.I.M.E.S (Most Imbecilic Mime Ensemble Show), is the UK debut show of Mauro Groppo, Paolo Scaglia and Samuel Toye, and it’s a refreshingly different treat. 664 more words


Filth: A Foul Firecracker of a Play

Sunday 20th August 2017 at Etcetera Theatre, London.


Skin and Bone Theatre’s Filth is an aptly named, rank firecracker of a show. Based on the novel by Irvine Welsh and adapted by Harry Gibson, there’s no getting away from the fact that this play is tough to watch yet thoroughly captivating. 908 more words