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
Stand-up, Musical comedy, Work-in-progress
Musical comic Abi Roberts workshops new material in 'Twerk in Progress'.
The unrecognised work of scientist Rosaling Franklin went a long way to helping discover the structure of DNA. This piece celebrates her work.
A play from Caroline Bowder that tackles the tricky issue of the church's attitude to stillborn children. Weaving in the history of the way the church has reacted to young, unmarried pregnant women and the thorny issues of limbo and stillborn baptism...
Poetry, Stand-up, Sketch shows, Character comedy
Ed Mayhew hosts these three good-value gigs at the Etcetera Theatre over the Easter bank holiday weekend. Check the dates below to see who's on each bill.
Rob Hoey brings his solo show to the Etcetera, switching between multiple comedy topics in one hour.
The always amusing 'Mock the Week' star, panel show regular and 2011 Foster's Best Newcomer nominee Holly Walsh presents new material.
Stand-up, Solo shows
British-Asian comic Sadia Azmat brings her solo show 'I Am Not Malala' – about not living up to Malala Yousafzai – to the Etcetera Theatre.