• At CPT we are committed to ensuring the best possible experience for all artists, audience members and other visitors to our space. We welcome customers and artists with disabilities and are pleased to assist you in your visit. 

    If you have any questions or enquiries, please do get in touch by phone at 020 7419 4841 or email at foh@cptheatre.co.uk.

  • Events with Access Features

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    Assistance dogs

    Assistance dogs are welcome at all CPT shows.

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    Audio Description

    The process of utilising a voice to describe the actions happening on stage.

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    BSL Performance

    These performances will have a BSL interpreter present at the show.

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    Captioned Performance

    These performances are assisted with captions. Please check the events page to confirm how to access the captions.

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    Relaxed Performance

    Relaxed performances are safe, calm and friendly to all ages and access needs.

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    Wheelchair Accessible

    The CPT building is accessible for wheelchair users with a lift available for access to the basement. Please see Our Venue - Access page for dimensions

     

    Accessible Events

    George Moore
    CLUNK presents

    @theDISCO

    Tue 24 May at 9pm
    A full moon disco with homemade costumes, ridiculous dances, a loop pedal, flash photography, a surprisingly life-like seagull impression and a big fat middle finger to the patriarchy.
    Relaxed Performance
    Layla Sailor
    Jenny Gaskell presents

    Hopelessly Devoted

    Tue 24 May - Sat 11 Jun
    Inspired by the time Jenny developed a hot and heavy crush on her universal credit consultant, Hopelessly Devoted is a quest to find connection against a backdrop of suspicion, isolation and a pervasive culture of rape.
    Audio Description
    Claire Nolan
    Hannah Ballou presents

    goo:ga

    Tue 24 May - Sat 11 June on demand
    Raunchy feminist comedy from a very pregnant Hannah Ballou, who finds out her baby has much bigger problems than the binary gender paradigm.
    Audio Description
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  •  Lyla Johnston

    MANdemonium

    Thu 26 May at 7.15pm
    Join The Family Jewels for a disarmingly sexy exploration of gendered power. A drag cabaret set in 3020, MANdemonium charts the heady glory days and spectacular decline of planet Earth’s men.
    Relaxed Performance
    Will Armstrong
    Abby Russell presents

    GUSH

    Fri 27 May at 7.15pm
    The FRONTBUMS dance-collective showcase their latest, most-good, pussy-busting movements! 93% of the population have vaginas and only 6% can dance (1% other). The FRONTBUMS are here to mix things up! Conceptual.
    Relaxed Performance
    Maude
    Maude presents

    I Don't Know Why I'm Crying

    Wed 1 Jun - Thu 2 Jun at 9pm
    Two absurdist historians follow Ate Bush, a lost drag queen lip syncing through the pandemic-stricken city in a camp satire combining film, sci-fi, and a killer Kate Bush catalogue.
    Relaxed Performance
    Rhian Jennings

    PAST LIFE

    Thu 9 Jun at 7pm
    Past Life uses multi-sensory storytelling to provoke a dynamic and hard-hitting play which has you laughing and crying and questioning the world we live in. Past Life is a one person show that questions the normalisation of sexual assault in relationships, using soundscapes, projectors, creative captioning and audio descriptive language to create a new and vibrant way of making accessible theatre.
    Captioned Performance
    Relaxed Performance
    Audio Description
    Luis Amália, Oscar Nao, Manel Ortega, Luis Kevin Paraíso
    Luis Amália presents

    Stigma

    Wed 15 - Sat 18 Jun at 9pm
    A queer kid, a horny mascot, a hairy body in a sauna, a gymnast performing at the Olympics, a Hollywood legend. Luis Amália has one hour to perform them all.
    BSL Performance
  • Comedy
  • Physical Theatre
  • Queer
  • "The seed commission has made me feel supported, not just as an artist but also a woman of colour whose story needs to be heard."

    CPT Commissioned Artist