Camden Fringe

Between the 11th and 23rd of August Tigz Theatre and the London Welsh Centre will be welcoming performers from all over the world as part of the Camden Fringe 2014. For this two week extravaganza the London Welsh Centre’s bar will be transformed into a performance space that will welcome a range of performance including “The Sequel” by Untouched Theatre and “Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk” by David Sedaris which will seead ARTes perform outside of their native Greece for the first time.

Tigz Theatre’s Artistic Director David Evans recently revealed that “The Camden Fringe is a great opportunity for Tigz Theatre and the London Welsh Centre as we are able to open the door to people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds and communities and show them just how great the London Welsh Centre is. Tigz Theatre is very lucky to be associated with this great London and Welsh institution and our involvement in the Camden Fringe means that we are able to work with people from across London and the wider Arts community and show them what this gem of a building has to offer.”

Tickets are available online from the Ticket section of the Tigz Theatre website or from the Box office which opens one hour prior to a performance.


“The Sequel” which is being performed by Untouched Theatre and Directed and adapted by Victoria Jane Appleton, whose credits include NewsRevue & the Edinburgh Fringe, is being performed at various times throughout the two week period with tickets costing £10. “The Sequel” is a fantasy comedy about the not so happy ever after. Audiences are asked to join the debonair narrator as they witness the side effects of love at first sight through very cheesy puns, puppetry, & innuendo galore! Audiences may laugh, they may cry but they’ll certainly be entertained.

Tickets for “The Sequel” are available HERE.


“SquirrelSeeks Chipmunk” by David Sedaris is ad ARTes’ first production to be performed outside of their native Greece. The production tell ofa hen afraid of death, a grieving owl, a lonely hippo, a squirrel in love and many, many more animals meet on stage in insane, everyday life situations. Five actors bring more than thirty animals on stage in a devised theatre performance, based on a selection of David Sedaris’ fables.

Tickets for Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk are available HERE

David Evans - August 5, 2014