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August 3, 2024


The Interpretation

A famous retiring conductor grapples with his ego and past regrets

£10, £8

"The Interpretation" is an evocative monologue play that delves into the tumultuous psyche of a world-renowned music conductor on the brink of retirement. 

Written by Christos Artemides, former President of the High Court in Cyprus, this poignant piece promises a deep and moving exploration of ego and the burdens of a storied past.

Panos Savvides performs and George Eugeniou directs.

The show will be performed in English, making this gripping story accessible to a wide audience. A must-see for anyone interested in a profound and intimate theatrical experience.

August 3, 9pm


Part of the Camden Fringe Festival



Access information

We are delighted to welcome you to our venue.


We are fully wheelchair accessible. For more information about accessing 26 Crowndale, please visit our dedicated access page.

Suitable for ages: 14+

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