Edinburgh & Camden Fringe
This August we are delighted to be returning to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival from the 4th-12th August at theSpaceUK where we will be presenting a programme of five shows. We will then be transferring the shows back to London as part of the Camden Fringe Festival at our own venue The Monkey House from the 17th-27th August. Details of the shows at both festivals can be found below.
Fourth Monkey’s Women of Greece: Pandora
Pandora carries a jar everywhere she goes believing she will not open it. Zeus looks down from above knowing that she will. Pandora lays the original myth bare for interrogation exploring themes of temptation, misogyny and femininity.
Written by Ami Sayers, directed by Stephen Sobal. Age guidance: 14+.
Fourth Monkey’s Women of Greece: Persephone
Persephone desperately struggles with bullies who make her life a misery, a mother who seems to have forgotten she exists and a force that wants to pull her into the underworld. A dark retelling of the myth of Persephone.
Written by Ami Sayers, directed by Ross McGregor & Will Pinchin. Age guidance: 14+.
Fourth Monkey’s Women of Greece: Medusa
Medusa is a monster who lives in a cave with only her sisters for company. Why are they there? Exploring the myth of Medusa and how she became what we believe her to be. A tale of persecution, jealousy and sexuality.
Written by Ezra Elia and directed by Ami Sayers. Age guidance: 14+.
Directed by Fourth Monkey’s Artistic Director Steven Green, Shakespeare’s darkest and most brutal play is reimagined by fringe favourites Fourth Monkey. Fearless, dangerous and bold, a play for all the senses. Age guidance: 14+.
The Burial of the Rats
Fourth Monkey return to the fringe with a fearless and bold new piece of work, inspired by Bram Stoker’s short story of the same title and directed by associate director Simone Coxall. Original ensemble theatre at its best. Age guidance: 14+.
|Fourth Monkey’s Women of Greece: Pandora||Camden Fringe||17th-27th August||Book Here|
|Fourth Monkey’s Women of Greece: Persephone||Camden Fringe||17th-27th August||Book Here|
|Fourth Monkey’s Women of Greece: Medusa||Camden Fringe||17th-27th August||Book Here|
|Titus Andronicus||Camden Fringe||17th-27th August||Book Here|
|The Burial of the Rats||Camden Fringe||17th-27th August||Book Here|