Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
With just 42 seats in a small space above a Camden pub, Etcetera Theatre stands as one of the smallest theatres in London. This doesn't stop it from punching well above its weight, however, laying on consistently strong theatre since 1986. Etcetera can boast plenty of transfers, while events range from Edinburgh Fringe comedy previews to a stage version of Jonathan Safran Foer's 'Everything is Illuminated'.
What's on at Etcetera Theatre
Restless Ecstasy performs American playwright Mike Poblete's play about the experiences of political prisoners.
Leicester comic Dan Nichols brings his touring chat show to London, in which Nichols and his housemate Jack Britton and Lewys Holt interview the audience.
Hidden Basement Productions showcases spooky short films, which have been shortlisted for the first run of an annual competition. A special guest judge will announce the winner on the night.
Fri Oct 24:
Sketch troupe The Awkward Silence present an evening of skits themed around elegant cruise liner, The Narwhal.
Out-there absurdism from Michael Brunström, who brings his solo show to London following a well-received Edinburgh Fringe run where he bagged a nomination for Comic Originality at the Malcolm Hardee Awards. A proper weirdo.