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Flowers for Algernon

Flowers for Algernon

The story is told through a series of journal entries written by the story’s protagonist, Charlie Gordon, a man with a low IQ of 68 who works a menial job as a janitor in a bakery. He is selected to undergo an experimental surgical technique to increase his intelligence. The technique had already been successfully tested on Algernon, a laboratory mouse. The surgery… [read more]

James Mullinger - How A Middle Class Feminist Fell in Love With Danny Dyer

James Mullinger - How A Middle Class Feminist Fell in Love With Danny Dyer

’James Mullinger - How A Middle Class Feminist Fell in Love With Danny Dyer(Brand new 2014 stand up show from the critically acclaimed comedian)’

James Mullinger is confused. He is a loving husband, respected journalist,renowned feminist, father of two, spends much of his time doing charitywork and has a degree in Women’s Studies. So why does he secretly wish hewas a… [read more]

Kafka v Kafka

Kafka v Kafka

Intake Group and Glimpse Theatre Company present a co-production of, Kafka v Kafka by Howard Colyer. 

Adapted from Franz Kafka’s autobiographical work, A Letter To My Father, Kafka v Kafka portrays Kafka’s indictment of his upbringing at the hands of a tyrannical merchant father. This deeply personal account has been lovingly dramatized for the stage by… [read more]

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January Festival 2015

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The Etcetera Theatre is one of London’s best known pub theatres. Situated above The Oxford Arms on Camden High Street, the Etcetera is only 75 metres from Camden Town tube station and is at the heart of one of the city’s busiest and most vibrant areas.

Since 1986 the Etcetera has played host to the very best of the London Fringe. New writing, revivals, comedy, magic, musicals, readings and previews - you name it, it all happens here.

“...one of the smallest theatres in London [but] this doesn't stop it punching well above its weight, laying on consistently strong theatre since 1986” Time Out (Sep 2010)

“One of London’s best pub theatres” Guardian (Feb 2008)

“Lovely and cosy” Camden New Journal (Jan 2008)