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Fringe programme announced for Camden Crawl

By | Published on Monday 24 January 2011

Camden Crawl 2011

Organisers of the Camden Crawl have announced details of some of the daytime ‘fringe’ events that will take place during this year’s festival, which sees even more comedy, theatre and other such artistic nonsense thrown into the mix as the Crawl becomes even more of a cross-arts event.

On the comedy side a bunch of Edinburgh Fringe promoters will host stages, with Best Medicine, the guys behind Edinburgh’s Five Pound Fringe, taking over The Wheelbarrow, Get Comedy at the Lock 17 Canalside Bar, Phil McIntyre Entertainments at the Lyttleton Arms and Really Lovely Comedy at The Camden Head, while two regular London comedy nights, Fat Tuesday and Old Rope, will also stage special Crawl events.

Elsewhere Bang Said The Gun will be doing the stand up poetry thing, Litro Live will present a mix of spoken word type entertainments, there’ll be magical goings on at The Enterprise, and the marvellous John Robb, long time music journalist and Goldblade frontman, will be interviewing various music types on stage at The Bucks Head.

And this is just the start. Full details of Fringe events already confirmed can be found on the Camden Crawl website over there at

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