Extra shows added!

Here is a list of the extra shows added, which do not appear in the brochure:

The Government Inspector
8.30pm
15 - 19 August 2012
£15 (£13 conc)
Shaw Theatre
Cutting edge drama, real life stories, fiction, spoken word poetry, songs and comedy transcend reality and enter the magic world created by the imagination. A diverse group of artists tell individual, unique stories that could remain untold. They have refused to be silent, challenging themselves to communicate/inspire from the depth of the soul.
http://camdenfringe.com/details.php?acts_id=158

Beware the Wolf
3pm
20 - 22 August
Etcetera Theatre
£8 (£6 conc)
Two cousins discover their Granddad’s old book of stories and re-awaken their childhood imaginations in this charming and original new family musical from the minds of Men In Space.
http://camdenfringe.com/details.php?acts_id=157

David Morgan: Pretty
8pm on 21 & 22 August
Camden Head
£5.00 
Two ridiculous events conspired on David this year to make him consider how pretty he is, how he judges other people’s prettiness and why it seems to matter.
"David Morgan is Funny. Yes with a capital F’ - Attitude.
"A joy to behold" - Metro.
"Hilarious" - Heatworld.
http://camdenfringe.com/details.php?acts_id=160

The Edinburgh Fringe Is Proud Not To Present…Bryan Walsh with support from The Batman
6.30pm on 22 August
Camden Head
£5.00 
'Stand'-'up' 'comedy' from Bryan Walsh - for one night only. It will be absurd, observational, 'anticomedy', hosted by The Batman. Alternative comedy or perhaps more accurately, an alternative to comedy.
http://camdenfringe.com/details.php?acts_id=154

Robin Ince is In and Out of His Mind
8pm (this is in addition to the 6.30 show on the same day) on 23 August
Camden Head
£7.50
Robin Ince is back at the Camden Fringe for one night only. A work in progress that that one day will be Robin’s next show about Charles Darwin, or brain theories or something.
Book early to avoid disappointment.
http://camdenfringe.com/details.php?acts_id=146

(UN)SILENCED VOICES
7pm
Sat 25 August 2012
£8 (£6 conc)
Shaw Theatre
Cutting edge drama, real life stories, fiction, spoken word poetry, songs and comedy transcend reality and enter the magic world created by the imagination. A diverse group of artists tell individual, unique stories that could remain untold. They have refused to be silent, challenging themselves to communicate/inspire from the depth of the soul.
http://camdenfringe.com/details.php?acts_id=159

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