Monday, 7 January 2013

2012 was Sh!t!

Happy New Year everyone! We're all very glad 2012 is over and that we're striding into 2013 poorer and unemployeder than ever before. I'm 25 next week and my arms have started clicking. I don't know what that means.

All very exciting, it's our mini Camden Run.
For your viewing pleasure, we are performing the brand new version of Sh!t Theatre present: Sh!t Theatre's JSA (Job Seekers Anonymous) 2013 at:

  • Etcetera Theatre, Camden at 7.30pm on Monday 14th January as part of their Pay Nothing, Play Anything Festival 
According to London's Calling. :  Pay Nothing Play Anything festival runs from January 8th to 27th, and features a host of acts from all walks of performance art. It received 104 applicants, from which only 12 were chosen to deliver. Most of the acts have been handed three nights each, with profits being split between the theatre and those on stage. 
“Yes, I think it’s quite a nice idea,” says Charlotte, one of two of Etcetera’s leadership

To be honest, we have never paid to play anywhere, and never would, and their idea of a 'profit split' is pretty painful reading compared to other places we've played at . Still, we're very happy to be one of the 12, and it's a great little theatre right on Camden High Street, so hope to see some of you there!

  • Camden People's Theatre at 9pm on Tues & Weds 15th & 16th January as part of their Beyond The Joke Festival 
We love CPT and are excited to be part of this festival which is a mix of stand ups doing theatre, theatre about stand up, and other stuff around that. Headlining is Rachel Mars (Louise is also the lighting designer for Rachel's show) and we are on a double-bill with John Luke Roberts who is also excellent. You can get a double-bill ticket for both shows for £15 (£10 conc), or just a ticket for us for £10 (£8 conc) which is cheaper than going to the cinema (Interesting fact).

We're still at the Wilmington Arms most Sundays as part of London's only weekly long-form impro night! We are currently playing with two teams, Pilots and the New Happy Sqaud, as well as our Country & Western Trimprov with Matt Thomas, so come on down cowboys. And Indians.(not racist)

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