30th July -26th August 2018
Welcome to FringeReview’s Camden Festival Fringe coverage.
Camden Fringe is really THE London Fringe. It always feels like a young Fringe, brimming with new work, experimentation, but with a back-bone of shows making a return, on their route to and from tours and other Fringes. It is packed this year with watchable fringe. So watch Camden come alive and join in this August.
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Over coverage will be growing from now until the end of the Fringe and is designed, in different ways, to help you navigate your way through the many shows on offer.
Browse the programme
Find a venue
Read our first set of interviews and previews.
Read our second set of interviews and previews.
Follow Camden Fringe on Twitter.
Join them on Facebook.
Watch them on YouTube
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View the main venue programmes
(Check out other venues on the main Camden Fringe web site)
I Want to See … at Camden Fringe
Here is our quirky but highly useful show-finding tool…
I want to see…
… clowning, mime, dance and a pinch of puppetry. Then see Nathan and Ida’s Hot Dog Stand
… a devised, verbatim comedy. Then see How to Win at BreakUp
… a series of short dramatic & comedic plays. Then see The New Irish Playbook: Joe O’Neill
… a one Man Comedy Western show. Then see Gun
.. a brand new solo drama. Then see Secondhand Stories
… a family-friendly show, a fairy tale. Then see Sleeping Beauty?
… a play that questions how far loyalty extends in a cold microcosm of the patriarchy. Then see Into the Deep
… some improv comedy. Then see The Parentheticals: Improdyssey
… a piece of theatre about love, death, and monsters. Then see Bardo
… a play set during WWII. Then see The German Girls
Here’s another way to choose a show at Camden Fringe. Use your instincts and click on an image that draws you and you can reveal the show behind the image. Then get booking…
More to come – we’ll be adding to this collage throughout Camden Fringe, and during the run up to it.
Watch it grow and find a show…
We’ll be updating our link collage in the run up to, and during the Fringe.
We’ve selected evocative phrases from the Camden Fringe.
Click on the ones that intrigue you and you might just find the show you need to see…
When Arbuckle finds himself centre stage for all the wrong reasons, his life begins to unravel. Will the truth be allowed to speak, or will the flashes of the cameras blind justice to the truth of Arbuckle’s plea?
One day three children vanish without a trace. As the years go by, their stories distort and are retold, before warping again; becoming fairy tales, snippets of courtroom statement, ghost stories and fragments of misremembered memory. For those left behind, immersed in a sea of speculation and half-truths, is it possible to piece together the past?
We’ll be updating our keyword chaos in the run up to, and during the Fringe.
Camden Fringe Newswire
Welcome to the FringeReview Newswire, the breaking news at Camden Fringe, in one easily accessible place.
Simply click on a headline to be taken to that news story. (Stories are hosted on other publications)
24 July – Camden Fringe festival 2018: The best shows to see (Evening Standard)
More previews and interviews are on the way. Read them here.