Dates and Times
Sun 12 - Mon 13 May 2019 at 5.30pm (Sunday) & 7.15pm (Monday)
Featured in The Camden Roar: a three-week festival of theatre by, for and about Camden and its people Browse the full festival line-up here.
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Presented by Camden Youth Theatre
by Bryony Lavery, Steven Hoggett & Scott Graham
Same old story. ‘Boy’ doesn’t meet ‘Girl’. ‘Girl’ doesn’t meet ‘Boy’. Threatened by gangs, but not as you might know them. Mum and Dad have declared war. Neighbour causing trouble in the building opposite. Usual ordinary gloominess.
Then, one day, it snows… and everything changes.
Expect their signature brand of inventive performance, physical theatre, original music and some serious talent as Camden Youth Theatre take you into their own world in this timely re-imagining of Bryony Lavery’s National Theatre Connections hit.
If you can’t make it on either of these dates you can see the show at New Diorama Theatre on Sunday 4 May or Monday 5 May at 7 pm. Book here.
On Sunday 12 May the performance will be followed by a post-show talk with the company.
On Mondays at both venues, before IT SNOWS begins, there will be a short curtain-raiser performance by Camden Youth Theatre’s Friday group, Directed by CYT alumni Anais Lone (as part of CYT’s new alumni mentoring programme).
About Camden Youth Theatre
Camden People’s Theatre and New Diorama Theatre have joined forces to set up a brilliant new Youth Theatre.
Camden Youth Theatre introduces local young people aged 13-19 to the skills they need to make their own inventive new theatre. They work with top professional theatre makers, creating new shows and performing at two of London’s best studio theatres: Camden People’s Theatre and New Diorama Theatre. Find out more.
Supported by Old Diorama Arts.
Image credit (c) Andy Catlin