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Scottee presents Camp (on the estate)

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Time 19:30
Date 11/12/13
Price £15
  • Produced by Roundhouse
  • Price £15 or £8 for anyone who lives in social housing in Camden (available in person only, accepted proof of eligibility: rent book)
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Award-winning performer and low-rent Liberace, Scottee invites you to knock back a sherry this Christmas with Camp (on the Estate) at Dick Collins Hall.

11 Dec 2013 - 14 Dec 2013

 Camp (on the Estate) is a special festive edition of his now infamous, sell-out variety showcase featuring some of the worlds leading show offs including East London’s first lady of female impersonation Jonny Woo, terrible twosome Bourgeois & Maurice deliver more optimism than a John Lewis advert, aspiring comedian and unlucky in love Bryony Kimmings, master of mimicry Dickie Beau channels a local queen, tip top tapper Josephine Shaker and the campest hula hooper this side of Kansas Donald Choi screams ‘Hello Sailor’.

This line-up is basically sounding a lot like a 'the best acts we've seen in 2013'- so if you've been a bit lazy on the cultural uptake this year, here's your chance to see a load of the most significant talent in one, hardcore shot. A bit like a performing-arts Berocca.

In-house dance troupe Japan's People throw shapes and shade between acts plus Mr Glanville plays knees up on the Joanna for your entertainment.

The Dick Collins Hall has seen births, deaths, marriages and no doubt the odd crossed word, acting as meeting place for local people since the late 60’s. Under the current plans proposed by the government the Regents Park Estate will become the site for High Speed 2 railway displacing thousands of people and the demolition of the Dick Collins Hall. Camp (on the Estate) is the last hurrah.

A mixed bill of camp clichés, bolshie barmaids, limp wrists, games shows and catch phrases smashed together with some cheap laughs, naff tinsel and lots of good old-fashioned light entertainment.

Suitable for mum’s and snowball drinkers.

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