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    The Wunderkammer

    Thu 3 - Sat 5 Mar at 7pm
    Tickets £12 (£10)
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    The Wunderkammer returns to the Camden People’s Theatre for three unique shows in 2022! All new TED-style talks from expert guest speakers will inspire a show of totally improvised comedy.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 70 minutes
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeThe show is improvised so the content is unknown in advance of the performance. While the performers make every effort to avoid commonly sensitive and/or potentially triggering subject matter, this can't be guaranteed.
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    The Wunderkammer returns to the Camden People’s Theatre for three unique shows in 2022! All new TED-style talks from expert guest speakers will inspire a show of totally improvised comedy from one of the UK’s leading groups, Do Not Adjust Your Stage (DNAYS).

    Neither the audience nor performers have seen the talks before, making for a unique evening of discovery and laughter through entirely spontaneous scenes, sketches and characters.

    DNAYS have performed The Wunderkammer at sell-out shows in the UK, Europe and the US, including New York’s iconic UCB Theatre and a residency at London’s Natural History Museum.

    Previous guest speakers include a professional extreme snowboarder, a Greenpeace activist, the scientist who cloned Dolly the sheep, a Game of Thrones super fan and a piracy expert.

    "Fearless comedy to great effect"
    Everything Theatre
    "A superb masterclass in the art of improv comedy"
    London Theatre 1
    "Impressive"
    Three Weeks
    "The thinking person's improv night"
    Remote Goat

    "Our children live in the most deprived ward in London and their parents cannot afford to pay for the classes and activities many more privileged children enjoy after school and at the weekends. A free-to-access youth group run by a local theatre in a professional setting is an incredible opportunity."

    Local school teacher