Tagged in CAMDEN FRINGE

Things To See At This Year's Camden Fringe

Things To See At This Year's Camden Fringe

Did you know about London's own Fringe? | By Johnny Fox
What Would You Say To An Alien? This Show Has Some Tips

What Would You Say To An Alien? This Show Has Some Tips

Spaced-out fringe theatre. | By Howard Ryland
9 Shows To See At Camden Fringe 2016

9 Shows To See At Camden Fringe 2016

It's cheap, and it's definitely cheerful: Camden Fringe festival is upon us. | By Johnny Fox
Pick Of The Camden Fringe: 24-30 August

Pick Of The Camden Fringe: 24-30 August

ZX Spectrums, choose your own adventure and Fenella Fielding. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Pick Of The Camden Fringe: 10-16 August

Pick Of The Camden Fringe: 10-16 August

Comedy and theatre for week two. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Pick Of The Camden Fringe: 3-9 August

Pick Of The Camden Fringe: 3-9 August

Comedy, theatre, more. | By Rachel Holdsworth
This Year’s Camden Fringe Is Bigger Than Ever

This Year’s Camden Fringe Is Bigger Than Ever

Over 200 shows from across the arts spectrum. | By Londonist
Love And Lust And Family Guy In Lewisham

Love And Lust And Family Guy In Lewisham

Tales of a bedsit love triangle. | By Rachel Holdsworth
What Can You See In Six Hours At Camden Fringe?

What Can You See In Six Hours At Camden Fringe?

The random approach to Fringe-going. | By Lindsey
London Dating: This Week's Best Dates

London Dating: This Week's Best Dates

Art & time, outdoor film, fringe fun, walks and Ping! | By Londonist
Comedy Picks: Fringes, Nina Conti And Celia Pacquola

Comedy Picks: Fringes, Nina Conti And Celia Pacquola

Laughter recommended. | By Rachel Holdsworth
180+ Shows, 17 Venues, One Borough: Camden Fringe 2013

180+ Shows, 17 Venues, One Borough: Camden Fringe 2013

All fronted by a pigeon mime. | By Lindsey
Comedy Review: Onions And Dragons / 15% Of The Seagull / Deadpan Alley @ Camden Fringe

Comedy Review: Onions And Dragons / 15% Of The Seagull / Deadpan Alley @ Camden Fringe

Brilliant character comedy and laid-back stand up. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Comedy Review: Making Faces @ Camden Fringe

Comedy Review: Making Faces @ Camden Fringe

In which our correspondent finds writing a review of a funny show difficult. | By Joelg
Review: Nathan Caton / David Morgan / Staffroom @ Camden Fringe

Review: Nathan Caton / David Morgan / Staffroom @ Camden Fringe

Two stand ups make us laugh then a play sends us back to school. | By Londonist
Comedy Review: Sarah Campbell @ Camden Fringe

Comedy Review: Sarah Campbell @ Camden Fringe

What is fun, anyway? | By Londonist
What’s On In London Theatre 14-20 August

What’s On In London Theatre 14-20 August

Forget the Edinburgh Festival, there's still plenty going on in London's theatres this week | By Zoe Craig
Comedy Review: Tony Izzett & Friends @ Camden Fringe

Comedy Review: Tony Izzett & Friends @ Camden Fringe

Please, please, please go and see this show. | By Joelg
Camden Fringe Reviews: Staple/face, Underhero & Gallantry

Camden Fringe Reviews: Staple/face, Underhero & Gallantry

Sketch comedy, innovative theatre and potted opera on one Saturday afternoon. | By Londonist
Comedy Review: Not The Adventures Of Moleman @ Camden Fringe

Comedy Review: Not The Adventures Of Moleman @ Camden Fringe

Sketches going wrong, again and again. | By Londonist
Comedy Reviews: Will Howells & Rosie Wilby @ Camden Fringe

Comedy Reviews: Will Howells & Rosie Wilby @ Camden Fringe

Two geeks, two party poppers, two fun one-hander comedy shows in NW1. | By Lindsey
Preview: Camden Fringe 2012

Preview: Camden Fringe 2012

An August of opera, stand up, sketch comedy, drama, music, physical theatre & puppetry. | By Lindsey
Camden Fringe Final Week Round Up

Camden Fringe Final Week Round Up

And that's all for 2011 folks! | By Lindsey
Camden Fringe Week Three Round Up

Camden Fringe Week Three Round Up

What we saw, what others saw and what to see in the final week | By Lindsey