Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Siren is Calling

There are a lot of P-Pers putting shows on at the Camden Fringe this year. I shall try and link to them all here, but pride of place definitely goes ( and I would say that, wouldn't I? ) to my very own Siren. You may remember it as Love Me Backwards. It's been retitled and is getting a full production at the Etcetera on August 10-13th at 7.30 p.m. and stars our very own Paula Gilbert, and someone who may be new to you, the equally handsome Glenn Speers. Read more about it here.

It would also be remiss of me not to mention Eamon McDonnell's play Tell It Like It Is which was P-Ped many a moon ago, which is on from 6 - 10 August, 9.30-10.30pm

at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre
42-44 Gaisford Street
Kentish Town
London NW3 2ED

"This darkly comic play recounts the meeting in 1927 New York between Mae West and silent screen icons Clara Bow and Louise Brooks. When Clara and Louise spirit Mae away to a hotel room from the cops they cannot know the craziness, both funny and dark, that will ensue".

Phillipa Tatham is presenting The Adventures of Sydney & Arabella: The Exiled Urban Foxes, again at the Etcetera at 4.30, on 13th and 14th.

If you rush over from the Camden Head, you could see the earlier "TeakShow's Twisted Sketches" with Jonathan Hansler and Jacqui Stirling, which has four dates, August 12-15, at 2.45 p.m.

Then again, Fox Girl Five by Eddie Coleman and directed by Amber Holmes is on at the Lion and Unicorn on 12-17th at five p.m. This features our very own Pete Picton as the manager of a new girl band, and charts their rise from first audition to first gig.

THERE ARE OTHERS! I'll add to them, as and when the info comes in.

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