Dates and Times
Tue 31 Oct - Sat 11 Nov at 7.15pm
Part of Shoot The Breeze: a fortnight of work addressing climate change and the environment. Take advantage of our double bill ticket offer, and book two different shows on the same night for just £16! Simply add the tickets into your basket and we’ll do the rest.
Presented by Camden People’s Theatre
In 2017, London breached its annual limit on air pollution after only five days. The UK government is being taken to court – for a third time – for its failure to comply with clean air standards. And meanwhile, new research reveals the drastic effects – particularly on children, their lungs and their mental health – of the city’s dirty air.
In the heart of a city famous for – and proud of – its fog, CPT launches a major new in-house production: a collaboration with young Londoners and the Lung Biology Group at King’s College to explore air pollution, its consequences – and what we might do about it. Is being poisoned the price we pay to live in the Big Smoke? What do Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde have to do with it? And if you’re good at breathing, are you good at life?
Fog Everywhere is a new in-house production for CPT, directed by our artistic director Brian Logan. It is made in partnership with Westminster Kingsway College, produced by CPT and Alison Hargreaves, lighting design is by Lucy Adams, sound design by Conrad Murray and set design by Amelia Jane Hankin.
Image Credit Joe Twigg Photography, design by Donkey Studio
Fog Everywhere has been generously supported by Wellcome Trust, Cockayne – Grants for the Arts / The London Community Foundation, Royal Victoria Hall Foundation and King’s Cultural Institute.
“So interesting to see through young eyes… I was highly impressed” Audience feedback, June 2017
“Really engaging, charming performers” Audience feedback, June 2017