Khameleon at Theatro Technis

  • Jo Siedlecka
  • (Updated )

Theatro Technis in Camden Town on Saturday was the setting for Khameleon - a benefit show for the Look Charity that supports visually impaired children.

Actor Christopher Pan gave an electric performance playing two parts in a dramatisation of the Chekov story The Drowned Man. He returned later to present an excerpt from his epic new drama: 'Two Souls One Body' - a speech from Alexander - to his lover's corpse -(pictured). Inspired by Rikki Beadle-Blair. A very powerful piece of theatre.

Compered by Mario Hadjipanyi, the talented line-up also included the fine Belarussian accordion player Stas Patalchits, accompanied by pianist Irena Nikulina, Hungarian songwriter and guitarist Romeo Zoupos, Matthew Worsley and Jason Szczerbicki on piano and trombone, and the innovative Polish acoustic singer-songwriter Koua.

Altogether an excellent evening.

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