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Welcome to Camden People’s Theatre

CPT is a central London space dedicated year-round to supporting early-career artists making unconventional theatre – particularly those whose work explores issues that matter to people now.

Calm Down Dear 2018

IT’S BACK! CPT’s legendary celebration of all things feminist and theatrical Calm Down Dear is here to kick off the new year in glorious, politically engaged style. Find out more.

Camden People’s Theatre Associate Artist Scheme

Camden People’s Theatre is fundraising for a new associate artist scheme for theatre-makers from underrepresented backgrounds to make their theatrical ambitions a reality – and they need YOU! to help make it happen.
Find out more here.

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Guest Blog: Rita Suszek Talks About The Upcoming Show “Five Dresses I Never Wear”, How It Was Inspired and The Challenges

Rita Suszek is a Polish-born, London-based writer and performer. Previous work includes solo shows “Fuck It, I’m Thirty” and “F*cking European” (both premiered in Camden Comedy Club, 2017) and rehearsed readings of her short plays “Girlfag” and “My Country (That … Read more

Guest Blog: Interview with Tanya Joelle Stephenson from ‘So Many Reasons’

Production Manager and Lighting Designer, Tanya Joelle Stephenson, talks about her role in So Many Reasons, what it’s like to work with Rachael Ofori, and what feminism means to her. So Many Reasons is headlining feminist theatre festival, Calm Down Dear, … Read more

Guest Blog – Yellow Coat Theatre Company’s Emma Lamond Speaks About… The MENOPAUSE!

Yellow Coat Theatre Company was set up in 2017. Co-created by mother and daughter duo, Caron Kehoe and Emma Lamond, Yellow Coat are here to make some noise, have some fun and celebrate all things feminist… and maybe a few other bits … Read more