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Camden Fringe Review: Am I If?

Written and performed by Bramble Wallace, Am I If? explores the perils of trying to keep afloat amidst the expectations and paradoxes of growing up as a young woman in the 21st cen...

Camden Fringe Review: Ophelia: Madness (in blue)

In a flurry of blues, jazz, and classical music, Ophelia (Sandra Kassman and Emily McDouall on separate nights) explores her relationships with her brother (Jake Snowdon), father (...

Camden Fringe Review: Serotonin

Set in the smoking area of a psychiatric hospital, Serotonin sees Jack (Millin Thomas), Alfie (Teddy Robson) and Sarah (Billy Madden) in a journey through depression, alcohol, ment...

Camden Fringe Review: Between A Man And A Woman

Tom (Millin Thomas) and Polly (Jasmin Gleeson) look like they’re leading the perfect married life. However, her sister Tammy (Charlotte E Tayler) and all Polly’s friends know there...

Camden Fringe Review: Nothing To Perform

Ambitious caretaker Davey (Scott Howland), his best friend Andrew (Jace Moody), and their older colleague Tom (Mark Niel) write and rehearse a play but never get to perform it in f...

Camden Fringe Review: City Love

9.31 Theatre make their Camden Fringe debut with Simon Vinnicombe’s City Love, a modern love story depicting the tale of finding unity in a lonely city. Lucy (Lauren King) is doing...

Cultivating Creative Communities, Introducing: The Delta Collective

The Delta Collective are not your ordinary theatre company. In addition to creating their own work, their mission is to cultivate new creative communities. Josh Brown, caught up wi...

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...

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 ...

Camden Fringe Review: The Community

Tucked away beneath the surface of the Earth, the last survivors of an unknown cataclysmic event must endure life in an underground society where euthanasia on your 60th birthday i...