Etcetera Theatre

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Welcome to the Etcetera Theatre - “one of London's best pub theatres” (the Guardian) - and host to a colossal variety of exciting, original, daring and critically acclaimed shows every single year.

The pub can get quite busy so make sure to let the bouncers know you are going to the theatre.

We give the most creative and innovative fringe theatre and comedy acts a springboard to launch themselves onto the London scene.

We're a hub for several of London's most exciting annual theatre festivals: a founding venue of the Camden Fringe, home of the London Horror Festival, creator of the Black Box Festival, and hosts of an Edinburgh Fringe preview season that frequently attracts some of the biggest names in stand-up and sketch comedy.

Our programme spans across everything from award winning theatre to thrilling new writing; cabaret, magic, comedy and musicals - no matter what kinds of shows excite you, you'll find them at the Etcetera.

Oh, and we're one of's Top 10 Theatres for a Date in London - just in case you needed further convincing!


Find Your Way Home by John Hopkins

Find Your Way Home by John Hopkins

Find Your Way Home by John Hopkins

Dates and times:

Press preview: 5th February

13th February - 4th March

Tuesday-Saturday 7pm

Sunday 6pm

No show on Mondays

Ticket Price: General Admission  £14 + booking fees

The play opens in the slightly sleazy London apartment of Julian know to his friends as Julie. Julie is joined by his middle aged lover, Alan, who has decided to… [read more]

Imran Yusuf - Work In Progress

Imran Yusuf - Work In Progress

Imran Yusuf - Work In Progress

It’s the end of the world! Or is it actually getting better and is the best it’s ever been? Considering that our ancestors met each other with fear and judgement, little did British colonialism know that one day it would be dependent and enriched by the efforts, vision and citizenship of the children of the commonwealth whom it once subjugated. … [read more]



Jack, born 1899, stands in the corridor of a large psychiatric hospital in 1972, waiting to be picked up for regular weekend release. He vividly rehearses the never ending round of memories that took him from the safety of his home and neighbourhood to serving as an under-age soldier throughout the main Western Front campaigns. â€‹

Jack was the late uncle… [read more]