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Music in the Dark

Music in the Dark

 

French-American acoustic guitar duo JP & Xochitl bring you their unique and haunting sounds: a fusion of Arabic, Spanish and Gypsy music. The sequences in the dark will wow your senses. An experience you will want to relive!

Much more than a performance, Music in the dark is about feeling sound in its purity. Evocative and intimate but also fiery and passionate, JP &… [read more]

The Jest - Work in Progress

The Jest - Work in Progress

Sketch quintet The Jest present a work-in-progress hour of dark observational sketches with subversive twists. Be it a depraved travel agent guiding unwilling tourists around an Eastern Bloc state you’ve never heard of, or two  Imodium addicts teaching primary school children rather too enthusiastically about the dangers of drugs, the show features an array of… [read more]

Smoking Ban

Smoking Ban

Single ticket : £8.50

Double bill w/ Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore at 8.30pm : £12

Winner Best New Play, Brighton Fringe 2012

Best Male Performer Fringe 2013

Award-winning writer / director Jonathan Brown, and international performer Kate Goodfellow are collaborating to create a new one-woman show, Smoking Ban, set in the high-powered world of tobacco marketing.

Smoking Ban… [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)