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*** EXTRA SHOWS ***
An Insomniac’s Guide To Ambulances
Paramedic Leo has lived with insomnia ever since an accident at Uni. He’s preparing himself for a new role training EMTs, little knowing that every patient he meets through this transition will have a very personal lesson for him. Immersive, entertaining writing by Rachel Creeger (Staffroom) in collaboration with Aryeh Myers (insomniacmedic.com)
7.15pm on 30 & 31 July
London Jewish Cultural Centre
Tickets £10 (£8 conc)
Polly by Seth Jones
Moors Theatre Company
By popular demand we bring back the twisted black comedy ‘POLLY’ as part of the Camden and North London Fringe!
A man falls in love with a doll… but if you desire more…
When Benjamin (A toy maker) creates a new style of toy to help support children and pinpoint any problems they may have from a young age looses yet another convention, he finds himself lonely once more. He has no where to turn but to his latest project ‘Polly’ for comfort. The relationship grows stronger but her immediate good nature turns for the worst.
9.30pm, 1 - 2 August
Moors Bar Theatre
Tickets £10.00 (£8.00 conc)
Joe Foster and Mike Cox
JAM Comedy is a stand-up show featuring 2 of the most exciting new acts on the circuit, Joe Foster and Mike Cox. Both SYTYF semi-finalists, Joe also reached the finals of the Squawker Awards and Mike the semi-finals of the Leicester Square New Comedian Awards in 2013. “There is truly something for everyone here” Three Weeks / JAM in Edinburgh 2013
5pm 4 - 6 August
Tickets £6.50 (£5 conc)
Don’t Open the Door
by RM Productions
N-Power man, door knocking, trying to sell their products, struggling to make ends meet, disillusioned with life, society & all that it is, she a woman of means, big house all to her self, but lonely, with only memories to keep her company & what memories they are. From the minute she finally opens the door, all unfolds & takes you on a journey
2pm on 5 - 8 August
Scenes from a Well-spent Youth
by Tim Benton
Scenes’ explores the songs of 1965-75, an incredibly fertile period in popular music. Arrangements are by Simon Wallace, collaborator with many of the UK’s finest jazz and cabaret singers including Clare Teal, Ian Shaw and Barb Jungr. Artists represented in the set include Dusty Springfield, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Neil Sedaka and Carole King. 6pm on 7th August
The Phoenix Artist Club
by Erratic Dramatics
Here, the Moor is a 1980’s corporate raider tasked to oversee a takeover of a failing business in Cyprus, amidst a bidding war with a Turkish corporation. Iago, a chief strategist with years of service to her name, is passed over for promotion in favor of Cassio, and in retaliation plots her revenge on both Othello and Cassio.
7.30pm, 7 - 10 August
Moors Bar Theatre
A State of Mind
Spur of the Moment
A verbatim play about medicinal and recreational drugs. Each story shared holds true honest words that will enable you to relate to each one.
“A state of mind was something brand new to me. Yes I had experienced verbatim before but nothing like this. It was fresh, exciting, captivating and honest.” Leila Ayad - RB
3.30pm 11- 14 August
Tickets £8.00 (£6.00 conc)
Uncle Vanya / The Cherry Orchard
The Acting Gymnasium
Following the critical success of Ivanov and The Parasite, The Acting Gymnasium returns with two classic Chekhov plays in rep.
Press on Ivanov/The Parasite
“Great performances from a faultless cast “ (5 Stars) Irish World
“Captivating…Highly recommended!” (4 Stars) Plays to See Critics’ Choice.
“Fantastic performances” (4 Stars) Everything Theatre
7.30pm, 11th - 23rd August (not Sunday 17th)
2.30pm on 16th, 19th, 20th & 23rd August
Tickets £15 (£13 conc)
by Angry Bairds
EAT: experiential theatre that explores our relationship, perception and attitude to food. Angry Bairds invites you to Harriet’s dinner party where her and her four guests explore their history and relationship with food but in the process reveal more about themselves than first intended. Dinner parties are for sharing food and secrets!
Times vary, 12 - 17 August
at Lov’edu Gallery
Happiness is a Cup of Tea
Do you remember what Mum used to say before bed?’ ‘You are made of the sea and stars and one day you are going to find yourself again’. Fiona has always lived by the sea. She has always lived in a B&B. She can’t even make a good cup of coffee. Her sister is the person she could never be. Fiona is longing to be free.
10.30pm, 13 - 17 August
Hen and Chickens
Tickets £10.00 (£7.50 concs)
'Le Jet de Sang' inspired by Antonin Artaud
An extraordinary piece of experimental theatre - hilarious, comic, visually stunning and emotionally surreal’. Founded and inspired by Antonin Artaud’s, Theatre of Cruelty, the piece is woven with current issues, contemporary song and classical music. It is a testimony to the relentless energy and skill of its performers, and the work of a director who elicits the audiences imagination to surrender, before enticing images of the marvellous.
2pm - 15 - 23 August
Pheonix Artist Club
Moors Theatre Company
By Nick Brown.
Danny, our fawn, struggles to navigate a route out of psychosis and make his way in the world, only to find a paranoid urban wasteland of temptation and danger filtered through sentinel CCTV.
Can he trust his guide, the glacial Dr. Miranda?
Are her appearances in his adventures transference or time travel?
Danny and Miranda will make this journey together in a multi-media slalom of fractured therapy and jump-cut fantasy until all but the truth is stripped away.
Moors Bar Theatre
7.30pm, 14 - 23 August (not 17th)
Cracked Cup Theatre Company
Combining live music, physical theatre and magical realism, Disposable Darlings is the deliciously dark yet touching tale of what it means to crave companionship.
5pm on 18 & 19 August, 3.30pm on 20 Aug
Tickets £7.00 (£6.00 conc)
Broken Promise Land
Stone’s Throw Theatre
Sick of life in her war-torn country, guided by MTV hits and Hollywood sitcoms, Stefica takes on a new name and embarks on a quest for an American education, and ends up in a Dublin lap dancing club.
With frankness and humor, she teaches us the tricks of the trade - and shares secrets she can’t tell anyone else.
3.30pm, 22 - 24 August
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