The Team

Camden People’s Theatre is a central London space dedicated year-round to supporting early-career artists – particularly those making work about issues that matter to people right now. Our mission is to refresh and strengthen the performance sector with a new generation of artists who bring a fresh perspective to contemporary concerns, create new artistic forms with which to address them; and to present their work to a new generation of audiences.

BLBrian Logan, Artistic Director

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Brian has been artistic director of CPT since Sept 2011. Brian’s prior theatre work includes sixteen years as co-director (with Alex Murdoch and Neil Haigh) of the acclaimed touring theatre company Cartoon de Salvo, with whom he devised and performed in 11 major shows, including Meat & Two Veg (BAC and international tour), The Sunflower PlotHard Hearted Hannah and Other Stories (Lyric Hammersmith, Edinburgh Fringe and Kennedy Center, Washington DC), Made Up (Soho Theatre, 2012) and Pub Rock. Brian’s play David Hume’s Kilt was developed at the National Theatre of Scotland and semi-staged at the Traverse, Edinburgh in 2009; its follow-up The Keys to the Universe was also the runner-up for the Robert McLellan Award. In 2016, he toured with Will Adamsdale and Lloyd Hutchinson in Fuel Theatre’s The Joke. With CPT, Brian co-created and directed This Is Private Property (2016), Fog Everywhere (2017) and 2019’s Human Jam. Brian is also a theatre and comedy writer for The Guardian, and former assistant theatre editor of Time Out London.

Nicola Clements, Executive Director (Maternity Cover)

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Nicola joins Camden People’s Theatre from the Royal Shakespeare Company where she has held a variety of roles in fundraising and event management for the last ten years, most recently as Head of Events. She produced the first RSC America fundraising gala at the New York Public Library and has managed events at a range of scales in listed, private and heritage venues from embassies and No10 Downing Street to community halls and local parks. Nicola was a Clore Emerging Leader in 2015 and has been a trustee of CPT since 2017.


Kaya Stanley-Money, Executive Director

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Kaya is a theatre and dance producer who has been making and touring contemporary work across the UK and internationally for the last six years. Most recently, as a Producer for China Plate, she has developed work with artists and companies including Caroline Horton, Inspector Sands, Ben Wright and Chris Thorpe. Prior to China Plate, Kaya worked as the Production Coordinator for Little Angel Theatre, touring pieces such as A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings (Kneehigh) and We’re Going on a Bear Hunt (Peter Glanville & Barb Jungr) to children and families throughout the UK. Kaya also runs her own independent producing company, Platform 10, that champions new writing and was an Old Vic New Voices Festival Producer.

Emma Groome, General Manager

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Emma joined CPT as General Manager in February 2021. Prior to joining CPT, she was Line Producer as part of the team that opened the Boulevard Theatre, where she programmed and produced a weird and wonderful variety of comedy, music, drag, live podcast recordings and more. She has also worked for Playful Productions on the Kinky Boots UK Tour and was previously the Stage One Apprentice Producer at English Touring Theatre. She has worked as a freelance Producer for Flute Theatre in the UK and internationally, creating productions of Shakespeare for inclusive audiences that include young people with autism. She holds a degree in Philosophy from University College London.

Natalia Knowlton,
Marketing & Audience Development Manager

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Natalia is a Chilean-Canadian marketer, producer, playwright and theatre maker. She joined CPT as a Front of House Supervisor in October 2014, shortly after moving to London from Edmonton, Canada. In November 2017, Natalia started coming to CPT in the daytime for marketing support and worked her way up from Marketing Officer to Marketing & Audience Development Manager. She is passionate about supporting CPT artists with all their marketing needs and getting new audiences to discover CPT for the first time. She creates non-traditional work that explores social/political issues and inspires social change.


Christina Ford,
Community Engagement Manager

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Christina joined the CPT team as Community Engagement Manager in July 2021. Christina is a working -class artist who creates entertaining and comedic autoethnographic work that responds to social and political issues surrounding exclusion and stereotyping of class, gender, sexuality and single parenting. Her work incorporates the excluded voices of people ‘like her’. Stemming from grassroots activism, her work does not profess solutions but plants seeds to challenge societal thinking. Christina studied Drama, Applied Theatre and Education at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and is currently completing her Master’s Degree in Contemporary Performance Practice. She has spent the past twelve years working in a variety of arts and community facing roles, using a co-production and co-design approach, placing people at the heart of decision making. Christina is passionate about arts inclusion and supporting others to tell their stories.

Harriet Vincent, Operations Manager

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First things first, Harriet is called ‘H’ [pron. eych] and never Harriet. This is just one of her many wonderful peculiarities. She started her journey with CPT as Front of House Manager in 2018 and is now operations manager! After studying Theatre and Drama in Wales, H moved to London and quickly found her love for fringe theatre and festivals. She has worked with Pleasance, VAULT Festival and most recently as Operations co-ordinator for Underbelly. She loves to expand her knowledge across different projects and is always on the look out for learning a new trick and getting stuck in with unusual projects!


Amy Daniels, Technical Manager

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Amy has been obsessed with all things theatre since before she can remember. She started working at CPT as a casual in March 2018, and became technical manager in August 2018. She studied English Literature at the University of Sussex, but discovered the joys of technical production and learnt all her skills on a year abroad at SUNY Stony Brook. Since going freelance a year ago, she has worked at various theatres and festivals including The Cockpit, Hen & Chickens, Bridge Theatre, The Warren (Brighton Fringe) and Paradise Green (Edinburgh Fringe). This summer, she started working as a lighting designer, and has since designed several shows in London.


Adam Gregory, Front of House Manager

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Adam (he/him) began at Camden People’s Theatre in 2018 as a Front of House Team Member, and has recently stepped up to become the Front of House Manager. He began his career volunteering at VAULT Festival, and has since moved on to do Front of House work for festivals and theatres. He is a working class director, dramaturg and fringe theatre practitioner, and can’t really believe he gets to watch it every day as his job. His practice attempts to remove the traditional rules of theatre, and allow audiences the freedom to misbehave. He dreams of a day when no one feels like theatre “isn’t meant for people like me”.



Front of House team

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We have a great team of Front of House staff, who work with our artists to bring audiences a positive experience at CPT night after night. Currently, our team comprises of:

Atlas Victor Corsini
Hetty Hodgson
Lewis Ian Bray
Andrew Bennett
Matthew Radway
Sara Benamri
Vijay Patel
Peyvand Sadeghian
Princess Bestman

Our board

We love our board. This is them:

Isobel Colchester (chair)
Kate McGrath
David Lewis
Melissa Wong
Rachel Bagshaw
Ian Whittaker
Conrad Murray
Agatha Yerbury
Anthony Gray

Support Camden People’s Theatre

Our mission is to support young and emerging artists making inventive new theatre – particularly about issues that matter to people right now. During this time, any donation – large or small – has a huge impact, helping to secure the future of CPT; the building, staff and many artists we work with.

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