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Boy Stroke Girl, at the Etcetera Theatre (review)

Boy Stroke Girl starts a little nervously. It might be that it is opening night at the Etcetera Theatre, or that we are a small audience. 494 more words

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Boy Stroke Girl by Ian Dixon Potter at the Etcetera Theatre

Boy Stroke Girl starts a little nervously. It might be that it is opening night at the Etcetera Theatre, or that we are a small audience. 472 more words

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REVIEW: Boy Stroke Girl ★★

“Can you love someone without knowing their gender?” was the question framing this play by Golden Age Theatre Company. An interesting question tapping into the questions of gender and sexuality surrounding us and being brought to light in today’s media, I was incredibly intrigued to see how this question would inform the piece and whether it may make me question things further, considering I believe I already have a very liberal mind. 588 more words

London

Review: Attack of the Giant Leeches at Etcetera Theatre

When you arrive for a show and get handed a mini water pistol, you know you’re in for an interesting evening. And it turns out that the opportunity to gleefully drench some actors is actually one of the least eccentric things about the Lampoons’ … 487 more words

London Theatre

Review: If Not Today, Eventually

Published with thanks to Theatre Bloggers, #LDNTheatreBloggers, Holly O’Mahony

There are tea leaves everywhere, endless potential cups to drink. In a place where time seems to have no meaning, there is more than enough opportunity to rake up the past, a past better left forgotten but which is the focal point of the discussion. 445 more words

London

The Girl and the Box at the Etcetera Theatre

THEATRE REVIEW: Do you lock up your bad emotions in a box? Check out this review of this play about a Hero’s journey. The Camden Fringe. 9 more words

'Most orgasmic performance' winner comes from rave Edinburgh shows

Luring you into their dark, ominous world, The Creeps, 15-19 August at the Etcetera Theatre,  puts a terrifying new spin on storytelling while demanding audience interaction. 220 more words

Camden Fringe