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Camden People's Theatre
58 - 60
Hampstead Road
London
NW1 2PY
08444 771000
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Genre - Drama
The Mother
On from 13 Jan 2009 to 31 Jan 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by S.I. Witkiewicz

UK premiere of Witkiewicz play, by new international company promoting Eastern European theatre tradition.

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Genre - Drama
Besides, You Lose Your Soul Or The History Of Western Civilisation
On from 11 Feb 2009 to 01 Mar 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Apocryphal Theatre

Follow this group of bumbling detectives as they search through the remnants of Western Civilisation, interrogating the creation of the individual soul throughout philosophy, religion and literature.

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Genre - Drama
The Flies
On from 11 Mar 2009 to 29 Mar 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Satre

Sartre meets Fight Club! Theatre meets Live Indie Rock Music! A play with the Band A Riot in Heaven live on stage.

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Genre - Drama
A Place at the Table
On from 15 Apr 2009 to 02 May 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Daedalus Theatre Company

A new and original performance from an international company that takes visual and verbatim theatre to new places. A place at the table to which you are invited.

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Genre - Drama
The Invitation
On from 09 Jun 2009 to 10 Jun 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Tom Marshman

Tom has gathered memories and stories in response to his 'Everyone's Companion to Life & Love' trilogy and developed a new performance inspired by these.

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Genre - Drama
Vagabonds’ Voyage
On from 04 Jun 2009 to 20 Jun 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by little wonder

Join little wonder on a thrilling journey through one of London’s most historical and picturesque backwaters, the Regent’s Canal.

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Genre - Drama
Sprint
On from 04 Jun 2009 to 05 Jul 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Adventurous experiences in theatre

Sprint: A festival of adventurous experiences in theatre has become an important fixture in London’s experimental theatre calendar for audiences hungry for more interesting work.

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This play is ideal for families and children under 12 Genre - Drama
The Glovemaker and the Elves
On from 17 Sep 2009 to 19 Sep 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by DRoots Theatre

A new adaption of the Grimm’s Brother’s Classic story by DRoots, a new and unique Deaf-led company that creates specialist theatre work for children and young people.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
21:13
On from 22 Sep 2009 to 27 Sep 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Dancing Brick

In this Total Theatre Award-nominated, sell out show, Dancing Brick stuffs the language gap fit to bursting with movement, masks, comedy, poetry, Italian and slapstick in a visually inventive and highly energetic production.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Useful Knowledge to Know
On from 30 Sep 2009 to 02 Oct 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Chloé Déchery and Chris Eley

A quirky and humorous show about language and the challenging task of imparting both random and crucially important information.

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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Icarus 2.0
On from 13 Oct 2009 to 31 Oct 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Devised by the company

Following it's sucessful run at this years Edinburgh Fringe CPT's production returns home this Autumn. "As a piece of theatre, Icarus 2.0 soars." The Stage

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Genre - Drama
Hippo World Guest Book
On from 03 Nov 2009 to 03 Nov 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Chris Goode

Another chance to catch Chris Goode’s controversial verbatim/documentary piece, charting the rise and fall of the guest book at Hippo World

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Genre - Drama
Yeah Boom! — A Christopher Knowles Reader
On from 04 Nov 2009 to 04 Nov 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Christopher Knowels

A genuinely unique poet and visual artist, Christopher Knowles is best known as the autistic teenager who, throughout the 1970s and beyond, unexpectedly found himself collaborating with theatre auteur Robert Wilson on the libretti for major avant garde works

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Genre - Drama
The Network of Howard Betel
On from 04 Nov 2009 to 04 Nov 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Christopher Knowels

Chris Goode presents a world premiere reading of Knowles’s most extended and perhaps most accomplished text piece

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Avon Calling (work-in-progress)
On from 21 Nov 2009 to 21 Nov 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Louise Platt

Avon Calling draws vividly on personal source material to explore the eternal triangle of mother, daughter and … Avon Cosmetics.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
Sceenpool
On from 24 Nov 2009 to 29 Nov 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Various

Sceenpool brings together 24 companies in an eclectic vision of what live theatre can be and what it can do.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Kids Theatre Genre - Musical Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Jumping Mouse
On from 03 Dec 2009 to 05 Dec 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Unpacked

Gorgonzola! Set on a red double-decker, Jumping Mouse is a totally full-throttle adventure guaranteed to get you absolutely revved up.

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Genre - Drama
Crave
On from 08 Dec 2009 to 13 Dec 2009
Camden People's Theatre
by Sarah kane

Sarah Kane's penultimate play, Crave, is an epic dramatic poem composed for four voices, written in her distinctively sparse and elegiac style.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama
Love and Other Magic Tricks
On from 27 Jan 2010 to 29 Jan 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by StandNotAmazed

Part love story, part magic show, Love and Other Magic Tricks reveals the smoke and mirrors between a couple as they search for that delicate balance between love and need.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama
The You and The Me
On from 10 Feb 2010 to 14 Feb 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Two Prong Crown

We shared a womb, you and me!

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Genre - Drama
Damien
On from 25 Feb 2010 to 27 Feb 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by DRoots

Imagine your son or brother or best friend was found bleeding to death in street. Imagine someone you love being been taken away from your forever.

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Genre - Classic Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Sprint Festival
On from 04 Mar 2010 to 28 Feb 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by various

A festival of adventurous experience in theatre

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Naïve Dance Masterclass
On from 03 Mar 2010 to 04 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Inconvenient Spoof

Naïve Dance Masterclass is a stand-up and dance-about comedy combining deadpan wordplay and expert physical tomfoolery in a sweet blast of erudite mayhem.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Musical Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
The Post Show Party Show
On from 04 Mar 2010 to 05 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Michael Pinchbeck

Michael Pinchbeck takes his parents on tour to recreate the post-show party where they met in 1970 after an amateur dramatic production of The Sound of Music

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Genre - Stand Up Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Instructions for Heartbreak
On from 06 Mar 2010 to 07 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Francesca Millican-Slater

Ever had your heart broken? Ever wanted to have your heart broken?

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Genre - Stand Up Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Elephants
On from 09 Mar 2010 to 10 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Jon Hicks

One man’s quest for spiritual enlightenment, through feats of amazement with toy elephants.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Jack Pratchard
On from 09 Mar 2010 to 10 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Jonathan Storey

This is a charming and strange new story, told through paper theatre, conceived and created by Jonathan Storey.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
Asphyxia
On from 11 Mar 2010 to 12 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Natasha Davis

A new solo performance using photography, film, sound, stories and poetry.

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18 and above - recommended age group Genre - Stand Up Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Live Art Speed Date
On from 13 Mar 2010 to 13 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Stoke Newington International Airport

We present a theatre full of the finest artists, theatre makers and performers ready to lay their dates on you. We have commissioned them to create for you a private one-on-one, four minute date.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy Genre - Classic
Borges and I
On from 15 Mar 2010 to 16 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Idle Motion

Total Theatre Award nominated Idle Motion explore the parallels between Borges’ life, his stories, and his readership, taking you on a journey where books transform from a flock of birds, to a city, to an airplane.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Work in Progress Double Bill
On from 17 Mar 2010 to 18 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by The Plasticine Men & Filskit Theatre

A double bill of exciting new work in development

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Under the Covers
On from 19 Mar 2010 to 20 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Zoo Indigo

We couldn’t get a babysitter tonight so we had to bring our babies with us. Please could you keep an eye on them so we can get on with the show?

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
The Jetsam
On from 21 Mar 2010 to 22 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Pellegrino

Sat at the screen browsing, something bites online. Sails billow, tentacles snatch you under, and you encounter The Jetsam.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Of Women And Horses I Have Known
On from 23 Mar 2010 to 24 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Slip of Steel

‘The most unpleasant woman I have ever known’.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Dean Gibbons and the Knowledge of Death
On from 25 Mar 2010 to 26 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Inconvenient Spoof

Based on the claims of evolutionary psychology and set amidst the twin threats of ‘peak oil’ and climate change, this darkly comic show combines expert physical performance, delicate puppetry, a fact-packed text and striking visual effects in a work of social-science-fiction.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Grafting & Budding
On from 27 Mar 2010 to 28 Mar 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Sheila Ghelani     

Grafting and Budding is a performance examining ideas surrounding race, heritage, and mixing.

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Genre - Classic
Uncle Vanya
On from 07 May 2010 to 07 May 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Anton Checkov

Director Vik Sivalingam of the Royal Shakespeare Company, in his first collaboration with Sturdy Beggars, brings to life this new, simple and raw adaptation of Chekhov’s timeless classic Uncle Vanya. Alexander Andreou, fresh from his National Theatre debut, takes the title role.

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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - Classic
The Merchant of Venice
On from 11 May 2010 to 23 May 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by William Shakespeare

A city of masked lovers, dark corners, golden arches and excessive wealth. But all that glisters is not gold…

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Tom's
On from 14 Jun 2010 to 14 Jun 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Sketty

Tom's is a devised piece that fuses new-writing, movement and puppetry to tell the true life story of Tom, a young man paralysed in a life-altering snowboarding accident.

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Genre - Drama
A Broken Part
On from 14 Jun 2010 to 14 Jun 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by "Big Odd "

They story if a portuguese queen.Caught by her husband whilst hiding bread in her apron, she lies telling she carries roses.She opens the apron the bread had been transformed.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Failing Narcissus
On from 26 Aug 2010 to 29 Jul 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Black Dog Theatre Company

As the revellers loose themselves in the sun and mayhem of the lively resort of Malia. The representative of the club Malibu struggles to contain his sobriety.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
A Season Before The Tragedy of Macbeth
On from 04 Aug 2010 to 08 Aug 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by British Touring Shakespeare

Combined with painstaking historical research into the period concerned to shed dynamic new light on the characters of this classic. A play set immediately before Shakespeare's Macbeth.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
The Ghost of Hiroshima
On from 09 Aug 2010 to 13 Aug 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Gennys Pérez

After a devastating terrorist attack, Eva is left with David hanging from a skyscraper without any memories. Together, between life and death, they rediscover their surprising pasts.

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Genre - Drama
Casa- Home
On from 09 Aug 2010 to 13 Aug 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Lumenis Theatre Company

Characters go through individual journeys... sense of belonging and what makes a place home are questioned in this theatrical dance piece by Annarita Mazzilli.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Spun
On from 14 Aug 2010 to 17 Aug 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Hithertogoes

Bringing a children’s drawing to life in a colorful cardboard set are women trapped in this imaginary place.Spun is a piece of experimental physical theatre.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama
The Perfect Party
On from 14 Aug 2010 to 17 Aug 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Fizz Bang! Productions

An adult comedy that should strike chord in anyone who has ever aspired to host the perfect party. As Phillip and Phillippa try to host a childrens birthday party.

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Genre - Drama
Candide
On from 18 Aug 2010 to 21 Aug 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Teatro da Curva (Turnabout Theatre)

Candid is a young man questions the hypocritical side of human values, as he embarks on his journey living the most catastophic of situations.

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Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
Titus Andronicus
On from 18 Aug 2010 to 21 Aug 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Hephaestus Productions

Shakespeare's classic looks at the conflict between national loyality and family love in this twised and humours tale.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Paul McCartney is Dead
On from 22 Aug 2010 to 25 Aug 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Broken Glass Theatre Company

Theatre and music combine to tell a dystopian ghost story set in a world where music is forbidden. Set in a derelict house two brothers are haunted by ghosts.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
The Iliad
On from 26 Aug 2010 to 29 Aug 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Drunken Masks

Prepare to be transported to the planes of Ilium by three performers fusing words and movement, to enact this masterpiece of Greek literature

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Into the Skirt
On from 30 Sep 2010 to 02 Oct 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Manoru Iriguchi

Into the Skirt is the latest multimedia solo performance by Mamoru Iriguchi. It takes you back to everything about love, sex, gender and fairytale that you used to be deadly curious about as a kid but has been left unanswered.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Kids Theatre Genre - Comedy
The Balloon Gardener
On from 08 Oct 2010 to 09 Oct 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Danny Schlesinger

Danny the Wild Balloon tamer has run out of balloons and must grow his own

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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
Agamemnon
On from 12 Oct 2010 to 24 Oct 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by presented by Action to the Word

A symposium of gore, war, sex and greed, here the Agamemnon is dragged into 1945 London.

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned...

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama
Dean Gibbons and the Knowledge of Death
On from 24 Nov 2010 to 11 Dec 2010
Camden People's Theatre
by Inconvenient Spoof

This darkly comic show imagines the world at a point of environmental crisis, combining physical theatre, Live Art and puppetry.

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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
Ward No 6
On from 08 Feb 2011 to 27 Feb 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Checkov (adapted by Matthew Parker)

Inspired by the classic Chekhov short story, DogOrange’s punchy, vivid style creates an atmospheric, exciting drama, Nominated for Best Ensemble in The Stage Acting Excellence Awards, 2009.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Naïve Dance Masterclass
On from 03 Mar 2011 to 04 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Inconvenient Spoof

Naïve Dance Masterclass is a stand-up and dance-about comedy combining deadpan wordplay and expert physical tomfoolery in a sweet blast of erudite mayhem.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
The Uncle Hans-Peter Party
On from 04 Mar 2011 to 04 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Let Me Feel Your Finger First

THE UNCLE HANS-PETER PARTY incorporates masquerade, performance and animation in a live event where the audience don plastic masks and collectively assume the persona of Uncle Hans-Peter.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Lecture Notes on a Death Scene
On from 05 Mar 2011 to 06 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Analogue

n an intimate encounter between yourself and your reflection, the mirror in front of you becomes a window to an out of body experience, placing you behind the steering wheel of someone else's life.

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Genre - Drama Genre - Musical Genre - New Writing
Doris Day can F**k off
On from 07 Mar 2011 to 08 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Greg McLaren

What would happen if I sang my request for a book of first class stamps?

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
External
On from 09 Mar 2011 to 10 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN

Maverick makers GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN went to see a show where the performers wrote them letters. They didn’t write back – instead this unravelling game of truth and lies is their response.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Suspended
On from 11 Mar 2011 to 12 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Natasha Davis

Natasha Davis' third solo show completes her trilogy on body, identity and migration. Her poetic journey evokes migratory bodies burdened with past memories, present fears and future anxieties.

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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
The Vanishing Horizon
On from 14 Mar 2011 to 15 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Idle Motion

Using luggage, maps and paper airplanes, the roaring twenties and the pioneers of aviation are remembered, when flight was exciting and we began to carve our way through silent skies.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
BOHOLA MEN
On from 16 Mar 2011 to 17 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Denis Buckley

“In 1985 a British tabloid called for Irish repatriation. I read the editorial with other Irishmen in a London railway siding. We weren’t worried, we didn’t exist anyway’.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
anemone
On from 18 Mar 2011 to 18 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by thisnowthis

You enter a pitch-black space, lit only by the torch in your hand.

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This play is ideal for families and children under 12 Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing Genre - Kids Theatre
The Baloon Gardener
On from 19 Mar 2011 to 19 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Circo Ridiculoso

Danny the Wild Balloon tamer has run out of balloons and must grow his own. The tamer turns gardener.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - Musical Genre - New Writing Genre - Stand Up
Patchwork
On from 21 Mar 2011 to 22 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by The Honourable Society of Faster Craftswomen

In a moment when everyone seems to be penning a memoir, and Facebook and Twitter encourage the minutae of people's lives to enter the ether, why shouldn't I, also, be famous?

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
When Night Falls
On from 24 Mar 2011 to 25 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Instant Dissidence

A one-on-one interactive performance playing with the dark side of intimacy… When Night Falls (2010) is a durational one-to-one performance, taking place in a dark space.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Projector/Conjector
On from 24 Mar 2011 to 25 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Mamoru Iriguchi

Projector/Conjector is a duo dance piece about two characters called Projector and Conjector.

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Genre - Drama
Sprint Festival
On from 03 Mar 2011 to 27 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Camden People's Theatre

This March CPT will bring you our 14th Sprint Festival featuring an array of exciting talent...

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
The End
On from 26 Mar 2011 to 27 Mar 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Michael Pinchbeck

Inspired by the stage direction in The Winter’s Tale, ‘Exit pursued by a bear.’ The End is part of an ongoing project by writer and live artist Michael Pinchbeck that explores endings and exits and continues an interest in the re-enactment of real life events to investigate absence and loss.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Drama
Life After Death
On from 02 Apr 2011 to 10 Apr 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Seeds of Destiny

One family struggles to cope with the killing of their first-born. The other is crippled by guilt, and the stigma of a son imprisoned for life.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
The Customer Is Always Wrong
On from 03 May 2011 to 05 May 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Bill Aitchison

one of a kind artist, traveller and professional eccentric Bill Aitchison, will have a new performance of dodgy translations, misunderstandings and insights into how the British (i.e. Bill) come over to the good citizens of Xiamen.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama
Wash-a-bye-baby
On from 06 May 2011 to 08 May 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Kati Francis

Wash-a-bye-baby: Dark physical comedy about Infanticide
A woman shares her story and her washing machine with you. Can you help her? It could be dangerous…

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
NEW SPANISH PERFORMANCE
On from 06 Jun 2011 to 07 Jun 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Sleepwalk Collective/Los Anacolutos

FACTORÍA DE FUEGOS (Firework Factory) present a double bill of work by two of the most exciting emerging Spanish companies, two new pieces exported to the UK for the first time.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
A Place At The Table
On from 02 Nov 2011 to 19 Nov 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Daedalus Theatre

A Place at the Table is a gripping piece of company-devised theatre that explores the myths and stories that have shaped events in Burundi and the surrounding region, including Rwanda. The audience is invited to take a place at a large table to eat, drink and join a remarkable shared act of remembering and questioning.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Lecture Notes on a Death Scene
On from 23 Nov 2011 to 11 Dec 2011
Camden People's Theatre
by Analogue Theatre

Lecture Notes on a Death Scene is an atmospheric encounter for one audience member at a time that places you behind the steering wheel of someone else's life.

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Please check with the theatre for information on the recommended age groups for this performance Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing Genre - Musical
15th anniversary Sprint festival
On from 09 Mar 2012 to 31 Mar 2012
Camden People's Theatre
by Camden People's Theatre

London's best established festival of new and unusual theatre: a month-long cavalcade of adventurous performance featuring some of the most exciting artists from Britain and beyond

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Hard to Resist : A Short, Sharp Festival of Protest
On from 15 Jan 2013 to 26 Jan 2013
Camden People's Theatre
by Various artists

HARD TO RESIST explores how to resist orthodoxy, and imagines status quos rocking all over the world…

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12 and above - recommended age group Genre - Classic
Macbeth
On from 05 Feb 2013 to 24 Feb 2013
Camden People's Theatre
by William Shakespeare

Deep in the bloody fields of ancient Scotland, after the mist has cleared from a recent battle, a warrior Macbeth and his friend Banquo witness three witches prophesise the future. Macbeth will be King. Taking this information back to his beloved wife and knowing the King is due to feast at their home that very night, they decide to take the prophecy into their own hands that will lead to mass murder, ultimate power, madness and their eventual down fall.

Contain some scenes of mild stage violence, sexual references and fake blood.
Not suitable for children under 8-10 years old.
Running time 90 minutes approx, with no interval.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing Genre - Stand Up
The Incurable Imagination of Anthony Jones by Bread & Goose
On from 05 Sep 2013 to 06 Sep 2013
Camden People's Theatre
by Bread & Goose

In this London premiere of a new show by Bread and Goose, Anthony guides us on a tour through the depths of the neuron forest, where we discover the magnitude of possibility within our own minds.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Art and the Mannequins Showcase
On from 07 Sep 2013 to 07 Sep 2013
Camden People's Theatre
by Art and the Mannequins

Art and The Mannequins brings to theatre a show which intends to be a live experience for the audience, rather than excluding them as mere spectators.

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Genre - Classic Genre - Drama
Miss Julie
On from 17 Sep 2013 to 22 Sep 2013
Camden People's Theatre
by August Strindberg

London 1923, the roaring twenties, an era of jazz, gin and social upheaval.

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Calm Down, Dear: A Festival of Feminsim
On from 23 Oct 2013 to 10 Nov 2013
Camden People's Theatre
by presented by CPT

A 3 week festival of theatre and performance, cabaret, comedy, short films and lively discussion about feminism: what it meant then, what it means now, and why it's resurgent.

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SPRINT: Lady Gogo Goch
On from 17 Mar 2014 to 18 Feb 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Kindle

Drawing electrifying sounds from traditional instruments, and with a voice that will seduce and terrify you, Lady GoGo Goch is a music-theatre show about Welshness by Kindle’s Sam Fox.

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SPRINT: Two From A Smith
On from 19 Mar 2014 to 19 Feb 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Andy Smith

Theatre-maker Andy Smith presents a unique double bill of performances as part of this year's Sprint festival. Using his trademark simple, informal and conversational style, these two works are joined by their desire to ask a few questions about what we are up to, contemplate the world we live in a little, and think about how we might change it.

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Genre - Comedy
SPRINT: One
On from 24 Feb 2014 to 24 Feb 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Jaye Kearney

Jaye is going it alone for the first time… But she can’t do it without you.

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SPRINT: Party Like It's 1994
On from 24 Feb 2014 to 24 Feb 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by CPT

In 1994, Oasis released their debut album Definitely Maybe, Labour leader John Smith died of a heart attack, and the World Cup happened without England. Oh, and Camden People’s Theatre was founded by an idealistic gang of artists in a former pub on Hampstead Road.Twenty years on, to launch its year-long CPT@20 programme, CPT marks two decades of trailblazing theatre with a proper knees-up celebrating the sights, sounds and styles of 1994, alongside for-one-night-only, nineties-themed performances from some of our favourite artists.

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SPRINT: One-On-One Night
On from 24 Feb 2014 to 24 Feb 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by CPT

Play the lead role in a zombie apocalypse. Write a postcard to your future self. Ride a car through 1990s Texas. Join us for a one-night extravaganza of intimate, one-on-one and drop-in performances featuring Claire Gaydon (Remy), GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN, Greg Wohead, Harry Giles and many more – including Citizens Exchange Bureau, by Haworth + Hayhoe and The Human Clock, by Janine Harrington.

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Genre - Comedy
SPRINT: Affairs
On from 06 Mar 2014 to 07 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Rob Young and Agathe Cury

There is no such thing as Safe Sex.

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SPRINT: My Son And Heir
On from 08 Mar 2014 to 08 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Search Party

The recipient of the prestigious Spring Festivals Co-commission 2014 (awarded by the Pulse, Mayfest, Sprint and Night Watch festivals) is My Son & Heir, an anarchic celebration of the everyday heroism of parenthood, set amongst a never-ending mess of plastic, flashing-beeping, bubble-blowing chaos.

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SPRINT: Still Score
On from 10 Mar 2014 to 10 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Tom Adams

‘I remember being 5 years old and drinking a carton of Five Alive tropical juice drink and saying to myself “I am 5 and I am alive”.
Now I am 33 and on the harder stuff... Um Bongo.’

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SPRINT: Memories Of Suburbia
On from 10 Mar 2014 to 10 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Will Dickie

A solo by Will Dickie for the memory of his Nan and his nights of dance on deserted suburban streets.

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SPRINT: Starring James Franco
On from 11 Mar 2014 to 11 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by The Same But Different

Starring James Franco by The Same but Different is a performance about Fame; how we idolise it, how we hunger for it and how we loath it.
When you enter the space the performers are waiting for the Movie Star James Franco. Will he ever arrive and what difference would it make?

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SPRINT: Ghostland Cinema
On from 11 Mar 2014 to 12 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Minbeast

Spinning giddily – and not always clearly – between crime-scene-investigation, misguided therapy session and cack-handed séance for doomed starlet April Six, mingbeast present a cryptic and chaotic exploration of how we remember and of why we might prefer to forget.

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SPRINT: Now That's What I Call A Tribute
On from 12 Mar 2014 to 12 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Cool Hunting

Hello, we’re Daniel and Rachel. Our mums told us we could be anything we wanted to be. Now we want to find out if they were telling the truth.

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SPRINT: Giro - The Show
On from 13 Mar 2014 to 13 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Vicki&Milly

This is a show about unemployment. The realities of unemployment. It comes from our personal experiences and the challenges we have faced.

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SPRINT SHORT CUTS: I Was Less Than Amazing & Propaganda
On from 13 Mar 2014 to 14 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Non-Performer & Tristan Bernays

A double-bill of works-in-progress: Non-Performer's I Was Less Than Amazing and Tristan Bernays' Propaganda

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Sprint: Blow
On from 14 Mar 2014 to 15 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Holly Bodmer

A performance for anyone who has ever picked up an instrument and put it down again or for anyone who is afraid of 'blowing it'

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SPRINT: Sid And Valerie
On from 15 Mar 2014 to 16 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Sue MacLaine and Emma Kilbey

Old time vaudevillian and tap dancer Sid Lester helped make Variety great... and now he wants one last shot.

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SPRINT: A Journey Round My Skull
On from 17 Mar 2014 to 18 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Kindle

Inspired by the extraordinary medical memoir written by Hungarian satirist Frigyes Karinthy, A Journey Round My Skull is a passionate love story which examines the complexity of the human brain by exploring the perplexing world of auditory hallucinations.

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SPRINT: Intuit This
On from 20 Mar 2014 to 20 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Intuitive Creatures

A hilarious and ridiculously epic tale of a renegade bumblebee. Fast-paced, frenetic and farcical, Intuit This is an hour of surreally funny and downright bizarre comic-theatre brought to you by four of the most Intuitive Creatures around today.

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SPRINT: Beaver Forever
On from 20 Mar 2014 to 20 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Blue Tits

The Blue Tits want to give the hegemony a big bitch-slap in the face and become goddesses of irony instead of ironing

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SPRINT: This Is The Moon, That Is The Earth (We Are Here, We Are Here)
On from 22 Mar 2014 to 22 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Gameshow

Matt and Matthew are going on a journey into space and the audience is coming too. We won’t be back for tea. Or probably ever again.

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SPRINT: How To Occupy An Oil Rig
On from 22 Mar 2014 to 23 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Daniel Bye and Arc, Stockton

There are all sorts of lessons to be learned in life. How to blend in on a march. How to crash a boardroom meeting. How to avoid becoming romantically attached to an undercover police officer. That sort of thing.

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SPRINT: Professional Supervision
On from 23 Mar 2014 to 23 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Thomas Martin

This is a story about growing up. It is about popularity and broken bones and eating chilli burgers at midnight on the roof of a parking lot. A story about bodies, and the stuff that's inside them. It is about knowing that things will end badly, but pretending that they won't.

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SPRINT: This Is How We Die
On from 24 Mar 2014 to 24 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Christopher Brett Bailey

A motor-mouthed collage of spoken word and storytelling. Tales of paranoia and young love, ultra-violence and black humour... Christopher Brett Bailey goes solo in This Is How We Die – a prime slice of surrealist trash, an Americana death trip and a b-movie for the mind's eye.

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SPRINT: Dandelion Heart
On from 24 Mar 2014 to 25 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by PinchVanish

Expect fantastic, expect devilishly clever, expect daredevil neartoolatelastminuteoooohhe’sgotoutjustintime escapes and japes and high quality high jinks. Expect these things, because expected, generally, happens.

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SPRINT: No Place Like
On from 25 Mar 2014 to 25 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Le Mot Juste

Rosa, Jean and Grantley are delighted to have you round for tea! Jean will be mother, Grantley’s the birthday boy, and Rosa’s in charge of the balloon.

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SPRINT: Passing The Baton Night
On from 26 Mar 2014 to 26 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by CPT

Featuring No Milk for the Foxes by Beats + Elements, and How to Drown a Fish by Grace Gibson

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SPRINT: If You Want Bigger Yorkshire Pudding You Need A Bigger Tin
On from 27 Mar 2014 to 27 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Lucy Hutson

If you want bigger Yorkshire puddings you need a bigger tin is inspired by the conflicting emotions performance artist Lucy Hutson has about her own gender and gender expression. For one year Lucy tried to live the life of a domestic goddess, a homemaker, a mother figure. She iced cakes, made pom-poms with the Women’s Institute, got a one-year subscription to Good Housekeeping magazine and learned how to weave with the Spinners & Weavers Guild of East Essex.

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SPRINT: Rove
On from 27 Mar 2014 to 28 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by J. Fergus Evans

This is an exploration. I want to tell a story – well, my family’s story. Some of it may be true and some may not.

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SPRINT: Unpack
On from 28 Mar 2014 to 29 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Glen Neath & Neil Bennun

Two people fight over ownership of their shared history. They pluck their memories from a past that has been relocated into ‘the cloud’, where all things, all facts, and all people past, present and future exist simultaneously in time and space.

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SPRINT: Shortcuts Afternoon
On from 29 Mar 2014 to 29 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by CPT

This bumper Saturday afternoon of electrifying short performances includes work from CPT favourites Figs in Wigs (pictured), Andres Velasquez, the double-act Luxurioux Snacks, and an investigative theatre piece about sex, How Was It For You?, by Mark Maughan and Kefi Chadwick.

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SPRINT: UR RAIN I UM
On from 29 Mar 2014 to 29 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Greg McLaren

A gig/lecture by Greg McLaren about nuclear energy, dangerous technology and the death of the cowboy, concluding in an atom smashing party. Bring an Atom (e.g a piece of throwable fruit).

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Musical Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
SPRINT 2014
On from 06 Mar 2017 to 30 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by CPT

Sprint is our annual festival of new and unusual theatre. It’s a cavalcade of the best brand new performance we can find, from artists you’ve never met before, and artists whose work you already love. Many of them are making theatre happen in ways you didn’t know were possible – which is just how we like it.

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SPRINT: Starting Blocks Showcase
On from 30 Mar 2014 to 30 Mar 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by CPT

Starting Blocks is CPT’s unique artist development scheme. Each year, five artists or companies develop new work from scratch over an intensive and collaborative ten-week residency at CPT.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing Genre - Stand Up
The Novice Detective
On from 06 Nov 2014 to 08 Nov 2014
Camden People's Theatre
by Sophie Willan

Heartwarming and hilarious, Sophie tells an unbelievable true story of how she and her slightly psychic Gran found her long lost father.

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Genre - Classic Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama
Much Ado About Nothing
On from 12 Jun 2015 to 12 Jun 2015
Camden People's Theatre
by William Shakespeare

A chic, glamorous, 90 minute version of William Shakespeare's timeless Rom-Com.

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Genre - Comedy
The Stand Up & Down
On from 09 Jun 2015 to 21 Jun 2015
Camden People's Theatre
by Des Marshal

What happens to a comedian when he can't make people laugh?
He 'dies' or has a nervous breakdown!
Seeking help, a comedian attends a 'drop in' centre for people with psychological problems and starts to see life in a whole new way!

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing Genre - Musical Genre - Comedy
Score
On from 10 Nov 2015 to 14 Nov 2015
Camden People's Theatre
by Lucy Bell

Score cascades through time to tell the story of Hannah and Kirsty, two childhood friends who’ve been through everything together.

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GameChanger
On from 12 Jan 2016 to 12 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Tit4Tat

GameChanger is a combination of political theatre, cabaret and performance art.

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How To Home
On from 12 Jan 2016 to 12 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Falls The Shadow

Welcome home. To whose home? Using visual art, poetry and found-sound, Falls The Shadow invites the audience into the surreal, delicate world of How to Home.

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Every Building Tells A Story. Every Story Collapses Eventually.
On from 13 Jan 2016 to 13 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Rough Triangle

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A devised performance created around architecture, construction and identity.

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Native Tongue: rap, spoken word, poetry and beats
On from 14 Jan 2016 to 14 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Beats&Elements

Curated especially for Whose London Is It Anyway?, a one-off night of spoken word, rap, writing & performance on the changing face of London

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Where Will We Live
On from 15 Jan 2016 to 16 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Changing Face Collective

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A verbatim play revealing the human stories behind the hyper-regeneration of London.

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An Essay On Reality
On from 16 Jan 2016 to 16 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Luisa Amorim

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A surreal show depicting the life of a London family with a 5-year old daughter

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18 and above - recommended age group
I'm Just Here To Buy Soy Sauce
On from 17 Jan 2016 to 17 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Pokfulam Rd Production

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. Are the Chinese to blame for the UK housing crisis? Who will gain and who will lose in this dangerous real estate monopoly?

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Whose London Film Night
On from 17 Jan 2016 to 17 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Various Artists

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. Join us for a night of documentary films addressing London's changing landscape

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Eden
On from 19 Jan 2016 to 19 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Displace Yourself Theatre

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A dystopian parable of homelessness and social division set in the year 2044.

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#Regeneration
On from 19 Jan 2016 to 19 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Outspoken Arts

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. Activism and individualism collide over soya lattes, jerk chicken, planning applications and pop-up vintage shops. Welcome to Brixton.

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We Shall Not be
On from 20 Jan 2016 to 20 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Tanya Singh, Rachel Baker & Becky Coles

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. An exploration of the theatricality of activism and the covert politics of participatory art

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They Want To Skate
On from 19 Jan 2016 to 21 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Tiffany Murphy & Tina Nanaki

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. An exploration of the victory of the Long Live Southbank campaign, and the nature of public space.

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How (Not) To Live In Suburbia
On from 21 Jan 2016 to 22 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Annie Siddons

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. Five years ago in the middle of a shitstorm of life events, single mother, proud Londoner and theatremaker Annie Siddons found herself living in suburbia by accident...

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Regeneration
On from 23 Jan 2016 to 24 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Write By Numbers

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A playful, epic and urgent exploration of urban regeneration, gentrification and what makes us call a place ‘home’

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E15
On from 23 Jan 2016 to 24 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by FYSA Theatre

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. Acclaimed re-telling of a national issue, and how one group of women refused to be marginalized

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No Fixed Abode
On from 25 Jan 2016 to 25 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Annemiek van Elst

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A performance about homelessness and belonging, based on real experiences whilst sleeping rough.

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The Marked
On from 25 Jan 2016 to 26 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Theatre Témoin

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A dark and imaginative piece about a boy struggling to navigate the back-alleys of London, and of his own mind.

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There They Carved A Space
On from 26 Jan 2016 to 27 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Emilia Weber & Claire Healy

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A politically charged portrait of the urban landscape.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing
Letters To Windsor House
On from 28 Jan 2016 to 29 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Sh!t Theatre

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A loophole in the Postal Services Act says you can open other people’s mail under certain circumstances. This is that certain circumstance...

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Land of the Three Towers
On from 29 Jan 2016 to 30 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by You Should See The Other Guy

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. The inside story of the Focus E15 Open House Occupation of empty council houses in East London

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The Last Temple
On from 30 Jan 2016 to 30 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Soundboxed Collective

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. Welcome to London’s first ever pop-up temple... come construction site.

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This Is Private Property
On from 13 Jan 2016 to 30 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Camden People's Theatre

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A docu-absurdist panorama of London's housing crisis, created for this festival by a crack team of CPT artists.

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Forgotten Camden Walks
On from 16 Jan 2016 to 30 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Tom Bolton

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A journey through events that have transformed the area from farmland into diverse urban landscape.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing Genre - Comedy
Cuncrete
On from 30 Jan 2016 to 31 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Rachael Clerke

A satirical drag eulogy for a world past its use-by-date. Part of Whose London Is It Anyway? festival

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The Lowland Clearances
On from 16 Jan 2016 to 31 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Hobo Theatre

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway. A live action roleplay game about housing, social cleansing and a sense of community in London

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Whose London Is It Anyway?
On from 09 Jan 2016 to 31 Jan 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Various Artists

From 9-31 January 2016, Camden People’s Theatre presents Whose London Is It Anyway?, a festival of theatre, performance and discussion exploring the changing face of our capital city.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
That Catholic Thing
On from 21 Jun 2016 to 17 Jul 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Anne Bartram

Everybody is looking for a sign, but with the monetary power and propaganda behind major religions are we left hallucinating?

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Genre - New Writing
ROYAL HUNTER
On from 21 Aug 2016 to 26 Aug 2016
Camden People's Theatre
by Ellen Chivers

Royal Hunter is a fictional account of the day that Ellen Chivers achieved her life-long ambition and met Prince Harry through the social dating site, Tinder. After Harry 'swipes to the right' on her picture, we follow the progress of their budding relationship

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - New Writing
Alphabet
On from 27 Jan 2017 to 28 Jan 2017
Camden People's Theatre
by Joe Bunce

A new play in development between writer & director Joe Bunce, and performer Billy Taylor, Alphabet explores modern masculinity, through a patchwork of romcoms, snapchats and gangbangs.

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