Friday, 8 August 2008

Fancy a play!


An Imaginative Woman is play taking part in the Camden Fringe Festival.

Shambolic Theatre unravels a Victorian mystery behind closed doors in this quirky comic tale of intrigue and suspense. ‘An Imaginative Woman’ is a dark comic thriller irreverently based on a Thomas Hardy short story. Two Victorian women meet as landlady and tenant in a majestic house on the South coast. Ella, an aspiring poet becomes obsessed with one of the rooms in the house; but she is not the only one overwhelmed by the eerie presence inside. As the truth gradually unfolds, both women are changed forever.

Etcetera Theatre - 265 Camden High St (above the Oxford Arms Pub)
6pm (1 hour)
10th-14th August 2008
All tickets £7.50
Ticket booking 08444 771 000 or www.ticketweb.com

1 comment:

Frances said...

I went to see this... it was bizarre but very good. The budget sound effects were definitely a highlight - any play where the actor makes the sound of a creaking door using their own voice gets the seal of approval from me!