• 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.

  • Artist Call Outs

    Image: Starting Blocks 2019 (C) Jose Farinha

    Opportunities for artists to be included in our programming. These take the form of call outs with specific deadlines across the year so please check back regularly for new opportunities.

    Artist call outs:

    Five women, aka Figs in Wigs, in head-to-toe matching outfits, wigs and make up stand in a line in height order. They are wearing waistcoats, skirts and berets made of a green, blue and red tartan fabric which is the same fabric as the background they are
    Posted: 25-01-2022 Tag: Artist Callouts

    Call-Out: Calm Down, Dear 2022 (Curated by Figs in Wigs)

    From May 24 – June 11, 2022 Camden People’s Theatre will present the ninth Calm Down, Dear festival of feminism. This unique three-week celebration of innovative feminist performance – featuring some of the UK’s most exciting artists – is a highlight of the independent theatre calendar.

    Posted: 13-05-2022 Tag: Artist Callouts

    Outside the Box 2022 Call Out

    Camden People's Theatre is seeking proposals for its annual 'Outside The Box' commission - a scheme which supports the creation of innovative new theatre projects, particularly those which connect with our local community. 

    Posted: 13-05-2022 Tag: Artist Callouts

    Camden NoW! call-out 2022

    If you were offered £10K, production support, and a platform in the heart of Camden, what would you use it to say?


    We support emerging artists to make inventive theatre - particularly about issues that matter to people right now. 

    "Hats off to the CPT for this fine show, well researched and coming from a place of great passion... Comm­unity theatre at its most effective."

    Camden New Journal (Human Jam)