Greyscale blog – mums and daughters

Desara and her Mum were our first ever guests on Gods Are Fallen. We asked Desara to tell us a bit more about the experience Desara and her Mum were our first ever guests on Gods Are Fallen. We asked Desara to tell us a bit more about the experience I worked with Selma on a show called ‘The Rashomon Effect’ … Read more

Starting Blocks final week

Owl Young tells us about experience of Starting Blocks ahead of the showcase this Sunday I have 146 followers on twitter. I have contacts in the arts industry. I’ve had conversations with artists whom less than a year ago I was aspiring to be like. I have answers to questions I never knew I had. I have a 60-minute show. 9 weeks … Read more

Starting Blocks week 6

Will Drew gives us a taste of what he's been developing as part of Starting Blocks. Intrigued? Then we'll see you on 29 March at the Starting Blocks showcase. Public Radio is an experiment of sorts.  I can’t say very much about it.  Is this because I haven’t finished making it?  Possibly.  That would be a convenient excuse, wouldn’t it?  … Read more

Starting Blocks week 5

We check back in with Cassie and Reena from Cape Theatre and Rebecca Biscuit to see how the development of their shows are progressing. You can catch these works-in-progress, along with four others, on 29 March as part of the Starting Blocks showcase. Reena and Cassie from Cape Theatre catch us up to speed with We choose to go to the moon, which … Read more

Don’t hate the rich… be one of them!

We spoke to multi-millionaire Michael Green about his successful career in internet marketing. My name is Michael Green and I’m a multi-millionaire (alongside being the former alter-ego of Grant Shapps MP chairman of the Conservative Party…but I’d ask you to ignore that here)! The first question I get asked when people hear about my extensive wealth is ‘Michael, Michael, how did you make … Read more

Starting Blocks week 4

On the Run and Owl Young spoke to us about how they’ve been getting on in the rehearsal rooms, ahead of the Starting Blocks showcase on 29 March. David and Hannah from On the Run have been working on their project Kate. “A coming of age story about young love, punk music and trying to help someone get better” Here’s how their week … Read more

Starting Blocks week 3

Cape Theatre and Caretaker Ministry spoke to us about how they’ve been getting on in the rehearsal rooms, ahead of the Starting Blocks showcase on 29 March. Cape Theatre will be presenting We choose to go to the moon as part of the Starting Blocks showcase on 29 March. Their show is described as “Two performers strive for perfection. How do … Read more

Our artistic director reflects on 2014

Don Quijote. Fox Symphony. UK: RIP. And much more. A good year reviewed. 2014: how was it for you? It’s been a year of transformation for CPT: a great leap forward, even. And we’ve had too many theatrical adventures to mention. If you joined us on them – well, thank you. We’ve loved having you here! (It really wouldn’t be … Read more

Brothers of Justice R&D week

Joe and Lawrence on their week of development in our basement Another week beavering away in CPT’s Basement. This project always feels at home here, having started its life as part of Starting Blocks back in February. So much has changed in the work since then. We have been out on patrols all over London, we have met others from … Read more

Call for volunteers

Fuel call for volunteers Phenomenal People is a project which was conceived by Fuel to shine a light on women whose stories are not widely known. It’s a fun, participatory and special live and digital event, created in collaboration with a team of fantastic artists, that celebrates stories of inspiring women from all walks of life. Find out more about the project here: … Read more