At the heart of everything
  • Camden Fringe

From the comedic mind of Barry Fyfield (who used to work in Further Education) comes "At the heart of everything" A new satirical comedy, that lifts the lid on dark possibilities of this forgotten sector of education. We explore the world of a crazy college run by an array of staff that would put the phrase lunatics running the asylum a run for its money. Into the fray comes Nigel, whos dreams of putting his ideas into practice, are shattered by the events and misdeeds that come to light on just his first day!

With a full house of talented actors.

Neil Andrew as Mark.

Annie Brett as Charleen/ Dame Helen,

Gareth Cooper as Nigel,

Jonathan Coote as John,

Christopher Knott as Frank,

Louisa Lawrenson as Felicity,

Kirsten Shaw as Joan,

Stephen Schreiber as Ernest

With:

Fiona McKeon as Designer/ Stage Manager

This fast paced pandemonium of physical and verbal japery is being directed by Andrew Loudon, someone who has the ability of, " Taking a script from the bottom drawer to the West End with such success as Little Women at the Duchess theatre in 2005 and Carrie's War at the Apollo in 2009. Will this show become another feather in his cap? You will have to come and find out.

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