Dirty Protest play a Kebab shop in Camden

Continuing our efforts to take theatre to non-traditional spaces, we have now added 'Kebab shop' to our role-call of venues. Here's a short clip:

Starring Roger Evans and Alex Beckett, written by Phil Porter




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Comment by Tim Price on December 5, 2009 at 18:00
I don't know, but I've heard they serve beer till 5am. Hang on...
Comment by National Theatre Wales on December 5, 2009 at 17:27
Fantastic. Now will someone explain what that big round building opposite the 'Kebab and Culture House' is for?

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