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
A spoof educational theatre show featuring three characters who think they're going to be able to save the youth of today from the sins and woes of growing up.
Old-school musical duo Bob and Jim – who mix Cockney charm with a vaudeville vibe – present their latest show, 'Sex Fire 2: The Show'.
Work-in-progress, Storytelling, Stand-up
Superb storytelling stand-up Brett Goldstein – who often skilfully tackles heavy topics – workshops his new solo show.
Stand-up, Geek comedy
Stand-up, songs and science from Helen Arney as she workshops new material.
All-female improv troupe Improv Noir take audience suggestions and run with them at the Camden Fringe.
Stand-up, Musical comedy
Nope, that isn't a typo in the title. Lydia King's solo show focuses on the best, worst and most ridiculous dates she's been on.
Sketches, poetry and music from sketch troupe Making Faces as they rundown the top 11 things to do before the big D word comes a-knockin'.
Sketch foursome Mugging Chickens brings their show to the Camden Fringe.
Stand-up, Character comedy
Hairdresser Pamela – the character creation of Donna Gray – makes her London debut with her interactive stand-up show.