Maybe It's Because
  • Camden Fringe

Five-star Fringe favourites Strut & Fret are back... with a double bill of bittersweet monologues, exposing the lonely, lustful lives of two very different Londoners. Maybe Its Because brings together multi-award-winning actors Mia Skytte Jensen and Daniel Wain (NODA Award for Best Actor in London, 2019-20) with playwright Ben Francis (NewsRevue, the Arcola, Bread and Roses, Lion and Unicorn, the Actor's Centre and the BBC).Strut & Fret enjoyed many years on the fringe, before taking a little break. Their debut production of Noises Off played to sell-out audiences in both London and Edinburgh: it is difficult to imagine any show on the Fringe funnier than this. Five stars (The Scotsman).Now theyre back with the heart-breaking, heart-warming Graveyard Gertie and Vince the Rinse, revealing the bathos and bizarreness behind the apparent banality of two lovelorn Londoners. Secret lives, sexual lies, haircuts and heartaches...

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