CYT goes digital by Phoebe Fairchild

Camden Youth Theatre completely changed my life. I joined in 2016, after just starting my new college life in London. I am a very extroverted person but I am often nervous going into drama programmes and clubs as you can often be put in a harsh environment. After my first session I knew CYT was perfect for me. CYT never … Read more

CYT Goes Digital by Nora Besley

Picture this: you have two minutes to find two items of clothing in your home that belong to someone else. A bobble hat? A beret? Sunglasses or a jacket? Put them on. This is your character. On the spot you must come up with a backstory and monologue about why you cannot dance right now. This is the kind of … Read more

CPT sponsors Daisy Hale to join the Freelance Task Force

Camden People’s Theatre is delighted to announce that it is sponsoring the independent producer and artist, Daisy Hale to join the Freelance Task Force. “My work is dedicated to contemporary artists that have traditionally been ostracised from the mainstream, the very artists CPT also stands to serve so I am so pleased to be joining the taskforce sponsored by them. … Read more


Camden People’s Theatre wishes to express its strong support for and solidarity with the worldwide protests against systemic racism in light of the appalling murder of George Floyd. At CPT, we still have lots to learn about anti-racism. We will take this opportunity to listen, learn more, and ask ourselves: how can we better build anti-racism into everything we do? … Read more

Announcement of our Temporary Closure

Hello friends, It is with great regret that we have taken the decision to cease Camden People’s Theatre’s programme of performance, with immediate effect. Having spoken to our artists, staff, board and to colleagues across the industry – and particularly in light of the government’s advice yesterday – we are therefore suspending all scheduled performances at CPT from tonight until … Read more

Guest Blog Post: Charlotte Mcshane and Sebastian H-W get together and discuss what it means to be a solo aritst.

Why do you make solo work? (Do you hate people?) [SEB] So I don’t hate people as much as it sounds! I like making solo work, makes it sound like you’re a complete misanthropist. I’m not. No, I make solo work, mostly because I worked in a performance collective for many years, called Cluster Bomb Collective, from about 2009 to … Read more