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Theatrefullstop Presents... The Pub Theatre Festival 2017!

Theatrefullstop have teamed up with both the Etcetera Theatre and Lion and Unicorn Theatre to present the first Pub Theatre Festival set to be staged in April 2017. 254 more words


My review of Losers at The Etcetera Theatre, Camden.

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Actors/Characters Sophie, Rachel and Arthur backstage.

New Images Released for Buckland Theatre's production of Miss Julie

The premiere production for the Buckland Theatre Company will run at the Etcetera Theatre from the 24th February to the 19th March. 

The theatre company launches as full-scale production company with this brand new production of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie, directed by Gary Condes. 316 more words


Buckland Theatre Company to Launch with Miss Julie

The Buckland Theatre Company will launch as a full-scale producing company with an intimate production of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie at the Etcetera Theatre. 

This new production to be shown at the theatre in Camden, will run for a limited season from the 24th February to the 19th March. 277 more words


Buckland Theatre Co. launches with Strindberg’s Miss Julie

Buckland Theatre Co. today announces its launch as a full-scale producing company with a powerful new version of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie. Miss Julie… 180 more words


The Storytellers and the Scouse Suitcase

Dear reader!  How lovely to see you!  Do come in and get warm.

Storytelling is a great thing, and it takes many forms.  From pop-up books to anecdotes, we all love a good yarn (although after a certain age the pop-up book does tend to attract pitiful glances.) 364 more words


Payne Killer, London Horror Festival

Any theatre festival programme is hit or miss if you aren’t familiar with individual shows or participating companies. So far, the productions I’ve seen at the London Horror Festival have ranged from ok to quite good, until… 467 more words

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