• 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.

  • The Team

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    Adam Gregory

    Front of House Manager

    Adam (he/him) began at Camden People’s Theatre in 2018 as a Front of House Team Member, and has recently stepped up to become the Front of House Manager. He began his career volunteering at VAULT Festival, and has since moved on to do Front of House work for festivals and theatres. He is a working class director, dramaturg and fringe theatre practitioner, and can’t really believe he gets to watch it every day as his job. His practice attempts to remove the traditional rules of theatre, and allow audiences the freedom to misbehave. He dreams of a day when no one feels like theatre "isn't meant for people like me".

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    Brian Logan

    Artistic Director

    Brian has been artistic director of CPT since Sept 2011. Brian’s prior theatre work includes sixteen years as co-director (with Alex Murdoch and Neil Haigh) of the acclaimed touring theatre company Cartoon de Salvo, with whom he devised and performed in 11 major shows, including Meat & Two Veg (BAC and international tour), The Sunflower Plot, Hard Hearted Hannah and Other Stories (Lyric Hammersmith, Edinburgh Fringe and Kennedy Center, Washington DC), Made Up (Soho Theatre, 2012) and Pub Rock. Brian’s play David Hume’s Kilt was developed at the National Theatre of Scotland and semi-staged at the Traverse, Edinburgh in 2009; its follow-up The Keys to the Universe was also the runner-up for the Robert McLellan Award. In 2016, he toured with Will Adamsdale and Lloyd Hutchinson in Fuel Theatre’s The Joke. With CPT, Brian co-created and directed This Is Private Property (2016), Fog Everywhere (2017) and 2019’s Human Jam. Brian is also a theatre and comedy writer for The Guardian, and former assistant theatre editor of Time Out London.

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    Emma Groome

    General Manager

    Emma joined CPT as General Manager in February 2021. Prior to joining CPT, she was Line Producer as part of the team that opened the Boulevard Theatre, where she programmed and produced a weird and wonderful variety of comedy, music, drag, live podcast recordings and more. She has also worked for Playful Productions on the Kinky Boots UK Tour and was previously the Stage One Apprentice Producer at English Touring Theatre. She has worked as a freelance Producer for Flute Theatre in the UK and internationally, creating productions of Shakespeare for inclusive audiences that include young people with autism. She holds a degree in Philosophy from University College London.

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    Kathryn Singleton

    Marketing Manager

    Kathryn (sometimes Kat, but mainly Kathryn!) joined CPT in 2022. She's passionate about showcasing underrepresented voices in theatre and creating delicious digital assets. Kathryn's always up for a coffee and a chat about outreach and marketing strategies, and has weekly drop-in sessions for the CPT programmed/commissioned artists. She also works in freelance theatre marketing and outreach. Pronouns: she/her.

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    Kaya Stanley-Money

    Executive Director

    Kaya is a theatre and dance producer who has been making and touring contemporary work across the UK and internationally for the last six years. Most recently, as a Producer for China Plate, she has developed work with artists and companies including Caroline Horton, Inspector Sands, Ben Wright and Chris Thorpe. Prior to China Plate, Kaya worked as the Production Coordinator for Little Angel Theatre, touring pieces such as A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings (Kneehigh) and We’re Going on a Bear Hunt (Peter Glanville & Barb Jungr) to children and families throughout the UK. Kaya also runs her own independent producing company, Platform 10, that champions new writing and was an Old Vic New Voices Festival Producer.

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    Sam Edmunds

    Artist Support Producer

    Sam is a director, producer and writer. He started working with CPT as a freelance technician in 2016 and has been developing work at CPT ever since. He is the Founder and Co-Artistic Director of the multi-award-winning Chalk Line Theatre company and a former Resident Assistant Director of the Hampstead Theatre. Sam's work has toured both nationally and internationally, including the Untapped award winning Blanket Ban and the COMMON award winning The Nobodies. Sam's work has appeared at venues such as The Southwark Playhouse, Spazju Kreattiv, Hampstead Theatre and Arcola Theatre. He is also a reader for the Bruntwood Playwriting Prize and sits on the board of Tangled Feet. 

    The Front of House team work to bring audiences a positive experience at CPT night after night and comprises of:

    • Princess Bestman
    • Zoe Callow
    • Atlas Corsini
    • Sarah Deller
    • Lou Doyle
    • Simone French
    • Noemi Gunea
    • iulia isar
    • Heather Jones
    • Leena Makoff
    • Matt Matterson
    • Tilda Shearing
    • Bobby Wilkinson

     

    CPT also works has a New Programmers Scheme which comprises of:

    • Nene Camara
    • Alexandra Craveiro
    • Hannah Churchill
    • Georgia Figgis
    • Coco Jackson
    • Nohar Lazarovich
    • James Nash
    • Clemence Rebourg
    • Amy Tong
    A photo of the CPT board outside the theatre

    The Board

    Meet our board members!

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    Jobs at CPT

    All vacancies to join the CPT Team will be posted here.

    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