Etcetera Theatre

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Ladybird sets before us three women who have been institutionalised in order to protect society and themselves. The introduction of a new face, Elisabeth, allows them to revisit why they are on the ward. Whilst Elisabeth struggles to separate her past from her future, the other patients confront the realities of life in an asylum. This dramatic, psychological horror weaves the historical… [read more]

The Monster Hunters: LIVE

The Monster Hunters: LIVE

Don your finest cravat, sharpen your stakes and prepare for a live recording of the comedy adventure podcast inspired by 1970s British Horror Films.  Join Roy Steel, ex big game hunter, and Lorrimer Chesterfield, professor of the occult, as they take on the forces of evil on the streets of swinging London, where danger and scotch can always be found.

‘Crazy and hilarious’… [read more]

The End of The Line

The End of The Line

Six years is a long time to stay away. But when Anna receives a desperate cry for help, she can’t resist the call of her oldest friends – the dangerous, volatile twins Madeline and Roderick Usher. Her loyalty is the only thing that will help them survive…and even that may not be enough.

The End of the Line is a modern re-imagining of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the… [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.

“ 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)