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.
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 match.com's Top 10 Theatres for a Date in London - just in case you needed further convincing!
- 26 April 2015 at 6:30pm
- tickets: £9.50 (£7.00 concessions) BOOK ONLINE HERE online booking fees apply
“Scattered” is Triptych Theatre’s debut production. Devised, written and performed by the company, it is a dark comedy with a twist, exploring the nature of a family ripped apart and patched back together. It’s a tale of death, forbidden love and revenge told in such a way that will make you laugh, cry, and recoil in your seat.In the wake of their Father’s death,… [read more]
Brother Dege & special guest Peter Von Toy
- 26 April 2015 at 2:00pm
- tickets: £10.00 BOOK ONLINE HERE online booking fees apply
The ETCETERA THEATRE is proud to present this London double premiere !
BROTHER DEGE (psyouthern delta blues)
Although BROTHER DEGE (pronounced Deej) is now world famous for having a song featured in TARANTINO’s sensational DJANGO UNCHAINED, his incredible level of songwriting and musicianship has been crafted over the long hard years of extensive touring with obscure psychedelic… [read more]
The Beau Zeaux
- 27 April 2015 at 7:30pm
- tickets: £5.00 BOOK ONLINE HERE online booking fees apply
If Wes Anderson did an improvised comedy show in a theatre above a pub, it might or might not be exactly like this.Marcus Brigstocke, Thom Tuck, Milly Thomas, Ed Coleman and Russell Tovey become characters you won’t forget despite your best efforts. It would be better for everyone if those characters didn’t meet - but they will. Wheels greased by Deborah Frances-White."Inventive,… [read more]