I returned to the Etcetera theatre last Thursday for a bit more Camden Fringe action, this time in the form of Mick Cooper’s play STUFF.
‘STUFF is the story of Toby and Jess, a couple unable to have children, and their old friend Xav who turns up one evening with a slightly unusual gift – a sperm donation. It delves deep into the complex issues of life and death but doesn’t ever become too heavy going, allowing light relief in the form of Mick Cooper’s witty and intelligent script. Playing as part of Camden’s annual fringe festival, the play has won a number of awards and has proved a hit with audiences and critics alike with its heartfelt story, engaging script and excellent cast.’
Read the full review here.