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Camden Fringe Review: Watermelon

Abbie (Alexandra Proudfoot) and Zoe (Grace Hudson) have been friends for almost their whole lives. Now, Abbie is helping her best friend go through a major heartbreak, even if it m...

Album Review: Fassine, “Gourami”

Elliot Baker fumbles around the dreamy world of Fassine’s new album, Gourami, hoping to find a map. What is it to buy an album? It’s an acceptance of an invitation. A contract b...

Adam Spreadbury-Maher and Coming Clean, “What a wonderful way to commemorate the 50th anniversary”

Adam Spreadbury-Maher has championed LGBTQ theatre at the King's Head Theatre for years. To kick off this year's Queen Season 2017, he has chosen Kevin Elyot's first piece. Daniel ...

Camden Fringe Review: Skin Deep

Writer Lee Anderson tackles the story of Erzsébet Báthory, one of the most powerful women in sixteenth century Europe and by far the most prolific female murderer in history. Skin ...