Fresh from the inbox so far this week:
- Neil McPherson's It Is Easy To Be Dead is transferring from the Finborough after a sell out run to the Trafalgar Studios 2 from Nov 9. It was nominated for seven Off West End awards.
- Isley Lynn’s Skin a Cat will be transferring to The Bunker - the new venue at Waterloo - from Oct 12 following its sell-out, award-winning run at the VAULT Festival earlier this year.
- Camden People's Theatre fourth feminist theatre festival Calm Down, Dear opens on Sept 20 with Blush from Snuffbox Theatre which won The Stage Award at Edinburgh this year.
- The 1st Open Central Asia International Festival, which will play host to a variety of events celebrating Central Asian arts – work from Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan - opens on Oct 5. For details of all the various events go to http://www.orzuartsfestival.co.uk/english/