Guest Blog: Miriam Gould on Memory and Loss

In our latest Guest Blog, Miriam Gould writes about how we react to memory and loss. Do not miss Adventures in Black and White, their upcoming show as part of The Shape of Things to Come; two weeks of hot-off-the-press projects from CPT’s favourite artists, here 21-22 Nov at 7:15pm. Click here for tickets.   Traces Some thoughts – both abstract … Read more

Guest Blog: Silent Faces on A Clown Show About Rain

Guest Blog: Silent Faces on A Clown Show About Rain

In our latest Guest Blog, Silents Faces writes about mental health, and that anyone can be affected by mental health. Their show A Clown Show About Rain is a part of The Shape of Things to Come; two weeks of hot-off-the-press projects from CPT’s favourite artists, here Wed 22 Nov. Click here for tickets. A Clown Show About Rain is a show … Read more

Guest Blog: Alissa Cooper on ‘Love Songs’

In our latest Guest Blog, Alissa Cooper talks about how she chose not to be involved with #metoo and instead created Love Songs, their upcoming show as part of The Shape of Things to Come; two weeks of hot-off-the-press projects from CPT’s favourite artists, here Tue 21 Nov. Click here for tickets. Hi there. My name is Alissa and my one-woman-show Love Songs … Read more

Guest Blog: Louise White on The Dead Sea

In our latest Guest Blog, Louise White gives an insight into The Dead Sea, their upcoming show as part of Shoot the Breeze; two weeks of work addressing climate change and the environment, here Sun 5 Nov. Click here for tickets. What do you do when you lose your sense of adventure? When you lose your passion? That’s where we find Louise at … Read more

Guest Blog: Tim meets Timberlina

Tim Redfern talks to acclaimed bearded drag lady, environmentalist and now rock n roll star Timberlina about their new show FFS!! which comes to CPT 3-5 November, part of  Shoot the Breeze two weeks of work addressing climate change and the environment. As I arrive, Timberlina greets me at the front door in a houndstooth twinset and a pair of oven … Read more

Guest Blog: Pip Hambly on Kinkens

Right now… are we evolving, or dissolving? Or simply going round and round on that ever-revolving carousel of time… Is this life or death that’s happening right now? These are just some of the questions Pip confronts in their upcoming show Kinkens. To give us an insight, they’ve asked themselves some slightly more straightforward questions below. Kinkens is here 27-28 Oct.  … Read more

Guest Blog: Misogynoir and Me

Queens of Sheba focuses on the rise of ‘misogynoir’ (misogyny directed towards black women where race and gender both play roles in bias) It is the story of strong passionate women who fight to overcome oppression in a racist and sexist society. Queens of Sheba arrives Tue Oct 10 – Sat 14 Oct, find out more information to book tickets here.  By Jessica … Read more

Amber Massie-Blomfield to step down as Camden People’s Theatre’s Executive Director

After more than three years in the post, Amber Massie-Blomfield will be stepping down from her position as Executive Director of Camden People’s Theatre at the beginning of 2018. She will go freelance to work as an arts producer and consultant for clients including Pro Helvetia, and to develop her non-fiction writing. Amber joined in 2014 from The Albany, Deptford, … Read more

Guest Blog: Just Don’t Do It: Women, Sex, and the Church

Beside Ourselves Collective is Eleanor Young and Kate Mounce. They performed an extract of Just Don’t Do It as a part of CPT’s Hotbed Fest in May. They are brimming with excitement to bring the full show back after a two-week run at Edinburgh Free Fringe this year. Below Kate talks about why sex and the Church has been an … Read more