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From Tiny Seeds

From Tiny Seeds

Kennelblock Theatre PresentsFrom Tiny Seeds by Terri Ann BaileyDirected by Emma Butcher “I dreamt last night. A seed. A seed was planted. Deep within me. It took root and started to grow.” In a place where the land is barren, where, seemingly, nothing can flourish; a woman awakes to find that she is changing, in a way that is both terrifying and wonderful...can her barren… [read more]

Catriona Knox Thinks She's Hard Enough: Work in Progress

Catriona Knox Thinks She's Hard Enough: Work in Progress

Please do join me for my first Edinburgh preview. I’d love to have you there. I’ll be flanked by one or two other comedians ... depending on how much material I have by then!

’The next Joyce Grenfell’ Spectator

‘One of the UK’s best’ ***** New Current

‘a peerless character show’ **** The List

****… [read more]

Rowena Haley: There's More to Life Than Chips

Rowena Haley: There's More to Life Than Chips

2013 Edinburgh show ’ Entertainingly intolerant’ (Chortle)Rowena Haley shares the benefits of growing up in the North West of Englandwith a 93 year old best friend. Through stand up and song Rowena expresses theburden of being wise beyond her years.  “…a hilariously self-deprecating story of growing up” **** Broadway… [read more]

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)