Sold Out Shrew!

Our entire run is now SOLD OUT - what a wonderful way to celebrate our 10th year at the Camden Fringe! If you've missed out on grabbing a ticket - have a sneak peak at some rehearsal shots by the talented Emma Steele & check out our interview with Stephanie Brandhuber over at London Calling!


Opening tomorrow at The Bedford and then at the OSO this Thursday - you've only got two chances to catch our vaginas! Never seen The Vagina Monologues? You should definitely come and see ours! Seen it? You should still come and see ours! Seen our version? Come and see it again…we have the wonderful Sassy... Continue Reading →

The Tempest @ The OSO

Massive thank you to our lovely audiences, our amazingly talented cast and crew and all at OSO Arts! What an incredible journey. Check out this review from the lovely Tanika Lane Farewell wondrous Tempest...

The Tempest RETURNS!

YES. 2016 has arrived and we are back - conjuring up some rough magic with our gothic version of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. The production has had previous sold out runs at the Etcetera Theatre, The Cockpit & The Bread & Roses Theatre. Beat the January blues and catch us next week - 21st & 22nd January, 7:30pm... Continue Reading →

Review: Get Over It Productions bring The Tempest to @EtceteraTheatre You don’t get this at the RSC!

Camden Fringe Voyeur

By Carmel Shortall

the-tempest-copy-31Get Over It Productions’ all-female, gothic-inspired, Tempest at The Etceterais a glorious, comic, irreverent but ultimately faithful version of Shakespeare’s last play.

If not already familiar to you, the plot of The Tempest is a straightforward one. Twelve years previously, Prospero duke of Milan, after neglecting his duties as duke – being “rapt in secret studies” of sorcery – has been supplanted by his brother Antonio, with the aid of the King of Naples. Cast adrift in “a rotten carcass of a boat,” he came to a magical island with his infant daughter Miranda.

And now, years later, returning by ship from the wedding of the King of Milan’s daughter, by chance, all the players in his downfall have fallen into Prospero’s hands. At his command, Ariel, a spirit, raises a sea-storm to separate the king’s ship from the fleet and bring it close to shore; where, abandoning…

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