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    Adam Welsh presents

    No Future

    Wed 14 - Sat 17 April
    Tickets Pay What You Can
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    Inspired by conversations with CPT’s local communities, no future is a multi-dimensional project that bridges film, theatre and installation. It is about vision, restoring order, and the past coming to meet you.
    Content Notice
    Running Time 70 minutes
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeThis performance contains blood, as well as content involving violence, illness and death that viewers may find disturbing.
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeThis performance contains flashing images.

    Adam cannot visualise the future. All he sees in front of him is the past.

    After returning home to find his flat ransacked, the scene of the crime becomes a scene of visiting ghosts. He finds a series of clues that tell him who he is.

    While London keeps on building, his hometown in the North East is being quietly demolished. Having never felt this far away from home, he abandons the world of the present to investigate what might have been.

    Inspired by conversations with CPT’s local communities, No Future is a multi-dimensional project that bridges film, theatre and installation. It is about vision, restoring order, and the past coming to meet you.

    Watch the live-streamed performance from the safety of your own home, and attend an installation that may or may not happen. (Everything can be experienced at home)

    Commissioned as part of Camden People's Theatre Outside the Box Season, generously funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. No Future is also funded by Arts Council England.

    "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)