Dark Vanilla Jungle at Edinburgh Fringe

Playing at Edinburgh Fringe Pleasance Courtyard from 31st July to 26th August.

Masterful acting from Gemma Whelan  (Game of Thrones, One Man, Two Guvnors) in Dark Vanilla Jungle, a captivating and moving drama about a young, broken girl in a situation far away from anything we can imagine in our own lives. Whelan holds the audience single-handed for over an hour with a gripping monologue to tell this story.

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To Moscow With Love at Pop-up Theatre

8pm 37 Kingsway (Holborn)
20 – 24 August

The words ‘Moscow, Moscow, Moscow,’ are delivered in an enthusiastic tone to audiences on Kingsway this week. Internationally formed, London based theatre company, [Foreign Affairs], present their tenth production; the first since their Scandinavian series (2012 – 2013). To Moscow With Love extricates passages from Anton Chekhov’s famous late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Century plays, cross-examining themes of love and longing on Russian terrain. Continue reading “To Moscow With Love at Pop-up Theatre”

Intuit This at the Camden Fringe

19.30 Camden People’s Theatre (5 minutes left of Warren Street Station)
12th – 18th August

Intuitive Creatures are a four piece deity of comedic genius. Having come together from a previous collective stint at the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA), and in fusion from a love of Jacques Lecoq, the multi-national quartet have embraced popular notions of physical theatre, as well as elements of metaphorical performance, to present Intuit This to the Camden Fringe. Continue reading “Intuit This at the Camden Fringe”

The Philosopher’s Tale at the Camden Fringe

17.30 Tristan Bates Theatre (nearest tube Leicester Square)
Wednesday 6th – Saturday 10th August

‘Morality is not the doctrine of how we may make ourselves happy, but how we may make ourselves worthy of happiness’ said Immauel Kant and Gerald Angel, who preaches, practices and writes about fidelity, is very happy. Until one day, in a Brighton hotel room, he wakes up next to a beautiful, naked blonde. Continue reading “The Philosopher’s Tale at the Camden Fringe”