Dates and Times
Sat 25 March at 3pm (off-site)
Part of Sprint 2017, running from Tue 7 – Sun 26 March. Why not take advantage of our double bill ticket offer – two shows on the same night for just £16. Simply add the shows into your basket, and we’ll do the rest! Browse our full Sprint programme here.
Presented by Gameshow
To trace the paths of birds would be to envisage the city in an entirely different form – Peter Ackroyd
In his biography of London, Peter Ackroyd claims that pigeons fly particular routes across the city. Pigeon Patrol follows one of these fly lines, linking Camden People’s Theatre with Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath – a natural path through an urban environment.
See the city from the pigeons’ point of view. Follow them on their journey north, taking in parks, trees and other natural spaces along the way. Pigeon Patrol offers a fresh experience of nature, landscape and atmosphere in a man-made world. Gameshow began walking Pigeon Patrols in 2015 with literary walker Henry Eliot (Curiocity).
This informally-led walk lasts approximately two hours, beginning at Camden People’s Theatre (NW1 2PY) and ending at Kenwood House (NW3 7JR). Please wear strong shoes and warm clothes, ready for the weather.
If you are a wheelchair user or have limited mobility, please phone the Box Office on 0207 419 4841 for more details.
Image credit – Henry Eliot
About the company
Gameshow is run by Matt Ryan and Matthew Evans. We have created theatre and performance projects together since 2008. Our work ranges from participatory projects and classic plays to new writing and performance installations. We won the People’s Theatre Award for Grown Up, which sold out at CPT in 2016. We are currently touring our latest stage show Dancing Bear, Dancing Bear.
Henry Eliot is the co-author of Curiocity: In Pursuit of London, recently published by Particular Books. He has led guided walks through London for Google, the City of London, City Lit and the cheese shop in Leadenhall Market. He is the Creative Editor of Penguin Classics at Penguin Random House.