Autumn season press release

Autumn/Winter 2017 at CPT Brand new in-house production Fog Everywhere headlines Shoot the Breeze, a line-up of environmental themed work Major new festival exploring gender identities, Come As You Are London premiere of Barrel Organ’s Anyone’s Guess How We Got Here CPT is thrilled to announce a five-month season of cutting-edge new theatre from the UK’s most exciting emerging artists. … Read more

An update on our in-house show

Great ideas for theatre shows can start to feel less great when they come into contact with reality – and at CPT, we were aware that our new project, Fog Everywhere, could easily fall into that category. The plan was to make a theatre show that invited young Londoners to articulate their feelings about growing up in a city that’s poisoning … Read more

CPT at Edinburgh Fringe 2017

Are you Edinburgh-bound? The festival looms so large over CPT’s world of theatre, we’re prone to forgetting that not everyone’s summer revolves around flirting with bankruptcy in the rain-soaked Scottish capital. For the artists we work with, the Fringe often takes on an almost magical significance: it’s an initiation rite for first-time artists and companies, it’s where careers – and new … Read more

Guest Blog: Saskia Osterloff

Twitter, Tickets and Tea: The Life of a CPT Intern Have you ever been locked out of your email account for sending too many emails at once? I have. Five times. Now answer me this: Have you ever trapped yourself in window display because you made it look absolutely perfect and artistically beautiful but then realised you’d blocked the tiny … Read more

Guest Blog: London Baby! by Gracefool Collective

So we’re on the road again – though it’s just a little short one his time – heading to London and Camden People’s Theatre on 27-28 May, after performing on our home turf Leeds on the 26th. I’m sure you all have heard by now, but we’ll be heading to Edinburgh in August to do a FULL RUN AT THE … Read more

Guest Blog: O Thou Great Redeemer; Will Your Anchor Hold? by Paul Haworth & David G. Lees

“Hello, you must be Robot. Please come in…” People deal with break-ups differently. David’s process: lots of sex and buy an organ. In the seven years he’s lived in London, David has owned six organs. These are Victorian Bellow organs, they’re huge. “I love my organ! And no, that isn’t a euphemism…” After the most recent break-up, David moved to … Read more

Guest blog: Snowballing

  On 14 Apr 2017, Greg Wohead wrote: I guess I wanted to start with some of what feels to me like the more obvious concerns and slight stresses I have around making Snowballing. I think it’s fair to say that this project is a continuation of a conversation we have been having between us for the past two-ish years … Read more