What’s On

Wed 31 Mar, 2021

Presented by: Vicky Moran & Claire Gilbert

Seed commissioned by CPT, a work-in-progress challenging stereotypes of womxn & homelessness through interweaving narratives based on lived experience. It’s an examination of the system, sisterhood and the power of community

Tickets Free

(c) James Berry
until Thu 1 Apr, 2021

Presented by: Presented by STAMP Network

A three-day, online event organised by the STAMP network that gives artists the opportunity to participate in professional development discussions and connect with venues and organisations

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Wed 7 Apr, 2021

Presented by: Pigfoot

A carbon-neutral dance party that explores Camden’s role in the global climate and ecological crisis. This is a co-creation led by interviews between young people in Camden and international climate advocates.

Tickets Free

Tue 13 Apr, 2021

Presented by: Adam Welsh

Inspired by conversations with CPT’s local communities, no future is a multi-dimensional project that bridges film, theatre and installation. It is about vision, restoring order, and the past coming to meet you.

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Wed 14 Apr, 2021

Presented by: Augusto Corrieri & Hugo Glendinning

In March 2020 the tour of Vincent Gambini’s latest magic show was cancelled due to the pandemic. Made entirely in lockdown, this new film combines sleight-of-hand magic with the search for contact at a time of isolation.

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Wed 21 Apr, 2021 to Sat 24 Apr, 2021

Presented by: GASH Theatre

Immersive digital theatre set in a house haunted by ghosts of femininity. Using pop music, film noir, drag, and burlesque, GASH asks, ​“How does one make a feminist thirst trap?”

Tickets Pay What You Can, from £5

Wed 21 Apr, 2021 to Sat 24 Apr, 2021

Presented by: GASH Theatre

The GASH gals are stuck in an apartment that’s possessed by the ghost of pop-cultural masculinities. In this macho macho world, they grapple with romance, bisexuality, and fears of men.

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Mon 3 May, 2021

Presented by: Anna Morrissey & Tristan Kajanus

A site-specific audio artwork weaving music, sound and the testimony of ex-staff and students of North Westminster Community School, which was demolished, and its stories erased, as part of the redevelopment of the area

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