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Camden Fringe Big Audience Project

The Camden Fringe Big Audience Project is an initiative which aims to put the focus of The 2013 Camden Fringe Festival firmly on the audience. Fringe festivals are tremendous fun, but they are daunting. With so many things on at once, how can you possibly know where to start? Well, that is what we aim to make easier with the Big Audience Project. Through a series of candid reviews and ratings written by you – the audience – we aim to help you find the gems of the fringe with minimal hassle. Ultimately, the Big Audience Project is just that: an initiative to make the audience opinion matter.

Camden Fringe Audience Feedback: A Play in a Day

Average Audience Rating: ★★★★ 25th August at the Camden People’s Theatre More information on Pop-Up Theatre Anonymous – ★★★★ “This new idea is fresh, exciting, and well worth every penny spent ! 12 hours to put on a performance based on that day’s news is hard work but also extremely clever. Every performance will be different which is what theatre should be about. This piece has you on the edge of your seat not knowing what is to come next: ...

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Camden Fringe Audience Feedback: The Sleep

Average Audience Rating: ★★★★ 20th-21st August at The Forge  Book tickets for Camden Owen James, London – ★★★★  “The show was a complete mystery to me beforehand. Probably the simplest form of theatre I have seen this year two people and three chairs, the focus for this play was firmly on the script and the performances of the two characters. This show is not flashy and not a gimmicky ploy to pull in the punters. It is simply a heartbreaking ...

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Camden Fringe Audience Feedback: I Strongly Suspect He Would Have Grown Up To Do Great Evil

Average Audience Rating: ★★★★★   18th-21st August at Collection Theatre, Lord Stanley Book tickets for Camden     Jeff Thomas, London – ★★★★★“While ‘nature vs nurture’ may ultimately be the theme of Ryan Rogers’ darkly comic one woman play, it’s by no means the only great ponderable under the spotlight in this shadowy, absorbing drama. Through a highly dexterous, powerful performance, nineteen year old Livvy Lynch, unpicks the mysterious suicide note of the play’s title via the eyes of six ...

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Camden Fringe Audience Feedback: Casual Encounters

Average Audience Rating: ★★★★★ 15th-18th August at Etcetera Theatre Book tickets for Camden   Anonymous – ★★★★★“This witty, finely drawn piece uses comedy to explore the push and pull dynamics of desire and conflict in married life. Laugh out loud funny and thought provoking at the same time. A must see” Dima M, London – ★★★★★“An interesting plot, great script and very-well acted. I really enjoyed it, loads of laughter, very good fun with valuable social critique.” Seen the show? ...

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Camden Fringe Audience Feedback: Peaceful

Average Audience Rating: ★★★★★ Everything Theatre Rating: ★★★★ Read our Review! Until 18th August at the Etcetera Theatre More information on The Off-Off-Off Broadway Company Anonymous – ★★★★★ “Erie, elegant, erudite and dangerously beautiful…three talented actors create the holy trinity standard of dynamics perfected in this gripping 45 minute play. A must see!“ Susan Thelander, London – ★★★★★ “A brilliantly written and unusual script performed by 3 blinding talents, this piece is one that cannot be described, it simply has to ...

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