Interview with… K.B Morris

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to K.B Morris about her play O.L.D Online Dating playing as part of the Camden Fringe on the 25th and 26th August.  Could you tell me a bit more about O.L.D Online Dating? O.L.D is a one act play about a woman who begins online dating.  Her name is… Read More

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REVIEW: Getting Over Everest, Tristan Bates Theatre

While the play offers a bit of comfort for those struggling to move forward in their life in a warmly affectionate way, Getting over Everest seems to run out of things to say towards the end.  Libby is going through a tough breakup. This leads her to do all kinds of things – including leaving… Read More

Interview with…Rebecca Vaa and Billie Collins

Director Rebecca Vaa and writer Billie Collins spoke to Love London Love Culture about bringing ‘Spiders’ to the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of the Camden Fringe.  Could you tell me a bit more about what ‘Spiders’ is about?  Billie Collins: Spiders is about the friendship between Harry and Mia, two squatters taking refuge in… Read More

REVIEW: CTRL+ALT+DELETE, Camden People’s Theatre

Emma Packer’s one woman show asks if the very foundation of our society is based on lies? If so what can we do to change it?  It truly is amazing how even one hour in a theatre can really change your perspective of life and society. Emma Packer’s one woman show packs a punch not… Read More