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Camden Fringe Audience Feedback: An Evening Of The Absurd: Are We Still Waiting For Godot?

Average Audience Rating: ★★★★½
Everything Theatre Rating: ★★★

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Until 7th August at the Camden People’s Theatre

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Anonymous – ★★★★

“I thoroughly enjoyed this performance and found it reflective and interesting. It was well staged and well acted with the performers each being engaging and believable. Well worth seeing.”
Anonymous – ★★★★★
“Excellent show, I haven’t seen anything like it before. The cast were exceptional! The story wasn’t the easiest to follow but it was certainly clever and original and got my friends and I discussing it for a while afterwards which was great. I can’t wait to see Closing The Gaps next show!”
Anonymous – ★★★★★
“This is a thought-provoking show which brings a modern-day feel whilst happily remaining true to the style of Theatre of the Absurd. The first short piece is repetitive but captivating, with a real sense of tragedy. The second piece is much funnier, with miscommunication, identity and power all playing their part. If you want to see an original piece of theatre which allows you the space to make your own conclusions then this is the show for you.”
Anonymous – ★★★★
“This show was brilliant the action starts in the lobby as the audience waits to enter the theatre. Then as you sit down you enter into a world of the absurd and it is wonderful! The acting is truly brilliant, especially for non-realistic theatre. You really believe what these characters feel. The writing is exceptional, I thought that it was a script taken from someone who has been writing for years but it was the group who created it. Honestly worth seeing, I am seeing it again tonight”

Anonymous – ★★★★★
“Brilliant production, well thought out, well performed and left us wanting more! A very high standard of acting and directing and by far the best performance we’ve seen to date at the fringe! Just fantastic! Everyone should go and watch”

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