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  • Home Run

    Image: Ikin Yum Photography

    Home Run is our largest-scale commissioning scheme.

    "Home Run transformed how we work. It allowed us to make an ambitious show (5 cast members and a large set) and to lever funding to support the company financially, leading to our producer becoming full-time and sustaining the company with a robust business plan.” Milk Presents

    Home Run supports artists with a £5,000 cash commission and free rehearsal space – as well as artistic, fundraising, marketing and business planning support – to develop a project from work-in-progress to three-week run of a fully realised production. Which is then shown as a prominent part of our artistic programme.

    Made possible thanks to the generous support of Jerwood Arts and Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Home Run is designed to support early-career artists making the difficult transition from work-in-progress to a substantial run of a full production.

    Home Run commissions - the story so far:

    Bullish by Milk Presents, which headlined our ‘Come As You Are’ festival in Sept 2017 – then our touring version of that festival in autumn 2018.

    So Many Reasons by Racheal Ofori and Fuel, which headlined our ‘Calm Down, Dear’ festival in January 2018.

    Gwei Mui / Ghost Girl 鬼妹 by Jennifer Tang, presented in partnership with Chinese Arts Now in January 2019.

    The Elephant in the Room by Lanre Malaolu, presented at CPT in April 2019 as part of a season of work exploring mental health and wellbeing.

    Trigger Warning by Eurotrash (Natasha Nixon and Marcelo dos Santos), headlined our ‘Handle with Care’ festival in October 2019.

    Milk Presents presents


    Tue 12 - Wed 27 Sep2017
    Commissioned by CPT. A lyrical new play exploring trans and non-binary identity through the lens of greek mythology. Cheeky, raucous and irreverent.
    So Many Reasons - Racheal Ofori
    Racheal Ofori presents

    So Many Reasons

    Tues 16 Jan - Sat 3 Feb2018
    Exploring cultural and generational shifts in how women see themselves and each other, this sassy and soulful new show asks what happens when we realise mums don't always know best.
    Ikin Yum Photography
    Jennifer Tang presents

    Gwei Mui / Ghost Girl 鬼妹

    22 Jan - 9 Feb2019
    A powerful new show asking what it really means to be British and Chinese, and how family, love and belonging all shape who and what we are.
    Lanre Malaolu
    Lanre Malaolu presents

    Elephant in the Room

    Tue 02 - Sat 13 April2019
    An explosive dance theatre solo that explores the stigma attached to mental health in working class black men, toxic masculinity and what happens when the floodgates open...
    Harry Elletson
    EUROTRASH presents


    Tue 22 Oct - Sat 9 Nov2019
    Absurd, comic and dangerous, Trigger Warning fuses movement, text and lipsync to push 'content warnings' to their breaking point (and beyond). Created by Marcelo Dos Santos and Natasha Nixon.
    Zbigniew Kotkiewicz

    English Kings Killing Foreigners

    Tue 23 April - Sat 11 May at 7pm2024
    'A Shakespeare deconstruction destined for the West End' - City AM. Shakespeare's Globe veterans Nina & Phil present a tell-all dark comedy which asks: Who is Shakespeare for?

    Tobi King Bakare and this theatre deserve a shout-out for such a young, diverse audience. There is so much talk about audiences being full of over 60s and why, why can’t theatres get the crowds in to reflect society in general? Well, I’m happy to say that on a rainy Thursday evening, the theatre was completely full.

    Caiti Grove on Before I Go in CPT's Spring 2023 season London Theatre Reviews