• 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.

  • CPT HYPERNOVA

    Image: Rabbit Heart by Shambles Theatre. (c) Laurence Howe

    Annual subscription £250 per year  |  Monthly subscription £21 per month

    Become a CPT Hypernova and you’ll be instrumental in supporting our work with emerging artists, including our pioneering Camden Youth Theatre. You’ll get the chance for you and a friend to join us at a number of exclusive events, including four tickets to the opening night of CYT’s annual performance.

    Exclusive early access to our newly refurbished bar when you come to see a show

    • Two tickets to a performance by an associate artist**
    • Four tickets to our annual Camden Youth Theatre performance opening night
    • An invitation to each CPT season launch (two per year)
    • 10% off any booking for CPT shows*
    • 10% off at the bar
    • Your very own limited edition CPT badge
    • Exclusive advance announcements of our season launch
    • Membership news, including access to last minute offers and ticket competitions
    • Access to house seats for sold out shows (subject to availability)

    (A minimum payment of £111 secures all benefits and you may purchase these benefits without making an additional donation. The balance of £149 is a suggested donation which is eligible for gift aid. To discuss purchasing the benefits alone, please contact nicola@cptheatre.co.uk)

    *The discount will apply on up to two tickets per event. For monthly subscribers you can claim 10% off two tickets every month. This discount must be claimed every month and does not roll over. Tickets are not available in conjunction with any other offer or discount.

    **Subject to availability

    “Such a crucial part of the UK theatre ecology… Developing artists and audiences”

    The Guardian, 2016