Dates and Times

21 October 2014 to 21 October 2014 at 7.30pm

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Ticket information

£6 / concs £4

Book Tickets

A collaborative event, presented by SHP and 184 Royal College Street (CRI)
SHP and 184 are hugely proud to present to you the first of these joint productions, created entirely by local Camden residents in recovery

In the wake of The War to End All Wars, a group of unsuspecting citizens find themselves assembled in an empty room. With no idea where they are, or why they’ve been thrown together, this unlikely group must dig deep into each others’ souls to come to terms with some unsettling home truths, before they can step up to the greatest responsibility they’ve ever had to face…

The performance will last for 20 minutes, and there will be a Q&A with the cast afterwards.

SHP Camden Aftercare

The Camden Aftercare Service supports Camden residents who have experienced substance use treatment and/or living in Camden's hostel pathway. The Camden Aftercare team focus on supporting their clients into education, training and employment. 

The service aims to:

  • Help clients access education, training and employment opportunities – including accredited qualifications and work placements
  • Promote the development of social skills and peer mentoring relationships, improving self esteem and recovery
  • Provide structured support with substance recovery, minimising harm and preventing relapse
  • Support clients with community sentences to adhere to their terms
  • Ensure that clients have the full support they need, and that agencies work together effectively to provide that support

184 Royal College Street (CRI)

184 provides a flexible and confidential treatment and support service for adults with substance misuse issues that live in Camden. We aim to support people to reduce their substance misuse to minimise the harmful effects of drug misuse and work towards a drug free lifestyle. 

Services provided by 184 include: 

  • Open access advice and information
  • Assessment and referral
  • One-to-one support (psychosocial interventions)
  • Harm minimisation
  • Group work (including a stimulant group, cannabis group and relapse prevention group)
  • Complementary therapies
  • Information and support for carers, friends and families of those who are drug dependant
  • Counselling
  • Street outreach

About the Drama Programme

This is a new part of the Camden Recovery scene. Its aim is to guide participants through the process of devising, producing and staging their own production, on a theme of their choice. All the concepts, characters and dialogue have come from the clients, some of whom have absolutely no prior theatre experience. All of them are in recovery and have various substance abuse/offending backgrounds. We believe in the redemptive, rehabilitative power of theatre practice, and through the course of the programme, participants have grown hugely in terms of their self-confidence, self-esteem and faith in others. They offer peer support to one another, and are realising their creative potential in a safe, structured and non-judgmental setting.


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