Naughty candlesticks causing all manner of arousal, ardent men desperately seeking an eelpout and a Russian conversation which gets lost in translation……
From Russia with Laugh is a comedy triple bill, unlike anything you have ever seen before. Featuring three of the funniest short stories from mother Russia’s most famous author Anton Chekhov, brought flamboyantly to life for the Camden Fringe 2016.
In Daughter of Albion a pompous landowner combines fishing and drinking, whilst trying to rebuff an English lady who he claims to hate.
Objet d’Art sees a sensual gift causing quite the stir amongst a group of respectable Russian gentlemen, as they try to pawn it off on each other.
Fish will introduce you to a quiet Russian village, where the spotting of a mysterious eelpout leads to fevered commotion as many of the locals dive into the depths of the wild river to catch it.
SOFA productions is pleased to make its debut at the Camden fringe 2016. They have been running a variety of theatrical productions for over 15 years with successful runs at both the Edinburgh and Brighton fringe festivals. They have also gathered a keen following for their Children’s fairy-tale show which runs every August in North London. With an international company of talented directors, actors and producers, the north London based company’s aim is to bring a diverse mix of enjoyable theatre of the highest professional quality to London.
From Russia With Laugh
Dates & Times: Wednesday 24th – Sunday 28th of August at 6pm
Theatro Technis, 26 Crowndale Road London NW1 1TT
Ticket prices: £5
Two other shows at the fringe, ‘Extremities’ and ‘Fright Nights’, as well as a children’s fairy-tale show ‘Once Upon a Time’ in North London.