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Time Out says
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
A character comedy show about Hollywood actress Patti DuPont – who's starred in 149 films, married nine men and had five facelifts – chatting about her 65 years in showbusiness.
Stand-up, Character comedy
Surreal charcater comic and all-round oddity Beth Vyse presents 'Going Dark' for the last time.
As the summer is rife with outside productions of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Christmas sees an overload of Dickens's classic festive tale. This show is told by one man alone - Martin Priest - who plays all 20 characters.
Phil Jacobs brings Oscar Wilde's classic comedy The Importance of Being Ernest bang up to date with this contemporary adaptation.
Charming stand-up Joel Dommett and his musical friend Steve Dunne present an experimental musical comedy show.
Fringe, Comedy, Drama
Fleur Howle's three woman play draws on dance and music to tell the funny character driven tale about issues that affect the female of the species the world over.
Susan Harrison, Philippa Fordham and Rebecca Shorrocks – three character comics – test out new material to build up jokes for their solo shows.
Russian dramatist Anton Chekhov gets the 'Carry On!' treatment in this spiced up version of his one act farce about a marriage proposal.
A series of absurdist vignettes performed by The Mist which blends burlesque, spoken word, puppetry and audience participation.