Is it for you? Your curated guide to the remaining of The Camden Fringe Festival.

By Evi Triantafyllides, Head of Community and Social.

Scroll through the shows, browse, read, decide which are made for you, bookmark and ❤ them on Stagedoor, and possibly…attend?

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For the artists, the explorers, and the curious: The Camden Fringe is here!

By Evi Triantafyllides, Head of Community & Social

Mid-nineties. A duo whose passion and craze for the theatre kept them going through thick and thin, no matter what. Your typical, charming, pub theatre in the heart of Camden, where the nights were always filled with excitement and dare. And then, of course, the annual long trips away from home, all the way to the Edinburgh Fringe, for a much anticipated month of theatre extravaganza.

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The Camden Fringe is here!”

Who Said life was easy?

By Niki Campbell, Content Manager @ Stagedoor.

The British Arts Council have had over £100m slashed from their budget. The BBC are spending £800m less per year and restricting budgets for new drama. An increase in online streaming has put pressure on the film and TV industries and people are struggling to afford theatre and cinema tickets. Meanwhile, drama schools are spitting out thousands of hopeful graduates, year after year, into a crowded industry, hoping for success in what has forever been described as ‘not a proper career.’

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The intimacy of fringe

By Evi Triantafyllides, Head of Community & Social

I still (and probably will always) remember my first proper fringe experience.
“Let’s try to find something different,” my dad had said.
“Let’s try to find a fringe performance.”
“But is it going to be good?” I recall wondering.
“No harm in trying” he encouraged.

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Introducing: Stagedoor Circle

“There’s no better outing than a theatre outing and there’s no better way to go to the theatre than through a Stagedoor event.”

Well, we might have cheated a bit. Even though there’s a (very slight) possibility that this is a made up quote, it is our aim and our dream to make London theatre lovers feel this way.

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Stagedoor Discussions: Rochelle Bisson and Caroline Hanks-Farmer

The last discussion of 2015 is with Rochelle Bisson and Caroline Hanks-Farmer. We talked about their favourite theatre venues, actors to look out for, and must-see shows for this season. If you missed the previous ones, check out Discussion #1 and Discussion #2.

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Stagedoor Discussions: Emma Kay and Sarah McPartlan

We’ve promised it, and it’s here. Following last week’s discussion, we have two new London theatre bloggers, Emma Kay and Sarah McPartlan, talking about their favourite theatre venues, actors to look out for, and must-see shows for this season. Sit back, relax, and…take notes!

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Stagedoor Discussions: Francesca Mepham and Terry Eastham

We sat down with two prominent London theatre bloggers, Francesca Mepham and Terry Eastham, to pick their brains on the theatre industry, favourite venues, actors to look out for, and must-see shows for this season. Here’s what they said:

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Why exploring new theatre shouldn’t feel like a gamble.

By Michael Hadjijoseph, Co-founder & CEO.

De-risking experimentation and the future of Discovery in theatre.

Currently, a fraction of new productions might get listed or reviewed online or in print, but when it comes to theatre, space is at a premium. With over 2000 performances every year, good shows still get missed.

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