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10 Days Earlier

This one-man play has lofty ambitions – it tells the story of an amateur scientist who finds out that there is going to be a zombie apocalypse, and recounts the 10 days between his life-shattering discovery and Z-day. Writer/director Lizzie Milton says of the show: “It’s an exploration of loneliness, how actors relate to an audience and the normalisation of tragic events in our lives.”

This comedic performance, revolving around doomed protagonist Harold Grimhold, sees our anti-hero, or just non-hero, struggle to deal with life, whether zombies are on their way or not. Sketch actor and stand-up Andrew Goddard stars.

Aug 3-12. 3.30pm, £7.50
The Camden Head, NW1 0LU
Tube | Camden Town


Chris Neill: Lifetime Achiever

A Fringe regular, Chris arrives in Camden to tell of the year in which his life fell apart. As the comedian explains: “The age of 41, freshly single and weeping like a little girl, it was the worst year of my life.” To add to his bad luck, it was also the year in which he died on stage in front of the prime minister, got himself sued by a multinational bank and played a depressed owl to boot. This tumultuous 12 months forms the basis of this new show – two years on from the Chris-apocalypse – in which he considers how it all went a bit wrong, and how he managed to claw his way back from the brink of ruin to find success again.

Aug 11-13. 6pm, £6
Etcetera Theatre, NW1 7BU
Tube | Camden Town


Robin Ince is in and Out of His Mind

The lauded comedian performs this work-in-progress show for one night only at the Fringe, in which he considers the human mind – or it could be about theories of the brain … or even Charles Darwin. He’s not sure yet.

Aug 23. 6.30pm, £7.50
Camden Head, NW1 0LU
Tube | Camden Town

Coin-Operated Girl

Escort-turned-stand up Melody reveals the answers to “all the questions you wanted to ask” in this anecdote-laden performance.

Aug 6-8. 9pm, £6
Camden People’s Theatre,
Tube | Camden Town



Every wondered what the teachers say away from the classroom and parent-teacher night? This new show spends a year in
the company of Parkview Behaviour Support Unit as it battles gruelling Ofsted inspections, arson, and its challenging young wards. An eye-opening look at today’s youth and those tasked with educating them.

Aug 20-25. 7.30pm, £8
Tristan Bates Theatre,
Tube | Covent Garden


Status Update

This modern-life analysing show looks at how technology – the evil interweb! – shapes every waking moment, move and decision of our lives. Prescient stuff. Big Brother’s never been bigger.

Aug 1. 7.30pm, £7
Webber Douglas Studio
Tube | Swiss Cottage


Fringe benefits: forget Edinburgh as Camden serves its own colourful arts festival

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