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    Autumn Season 2022

    Image: Angela Christofilou (2021)

    Welcome to the Autumn Season at CPT

    "This is a season that states, loudly and proudly, what Camden People’s Theatre is all about – and where the world is at in 2022. With intelligence, compassion and theatrical flair, the shows in this diverse, engaged season take on the most intractable issues facing humanity today. The plight of Palestinians. The legacies of British imperialism. How young people are defending an over-heating planet. This is what the UK’s most exciting new artists are talking and making work about, and it’s happening on our stages.”

    -        Brian Logan, artistic director of CPT

    WoLab presents

    For a Palestinian

    Tue 13 Sept - Sat 1 Oct at 7pm
    Bilal has always been obsessed with love stories. In this one-person show he tells you his favourite: the true story of Palestinian poet and translator Wa’el Zuaiter.
    Serena Ramsey presents


    Fri 16 Sept - Sat 17 Sept at 9pm
    Love. Death and Smirnoff ice. The genre bending Serena Ramsey is back on a quest to re-write the folk lore and mythology that makes us CHAVs who we are. Oi Oi x
    Red chairs in a black box theatre

    Big Bang: SEPTEMBER 18th

    Sun 18 Sept at 7.15pm
    Big Bang is CPT’s regular scratch night: an explosion of performance from which new universes of theatre may one day emerge. These jam-packed platforms are highlights of any CPT season: the place to see wild and wonderful new projects take their first steps.
    Roshi Nasehi presents

    Ramalama Ding Dong

    Wed 21 - Thu 22 Sept at 9pm
    Ramalama Ding Dong is an innovative solo multimedia theatre piece inspired by real life experiences of funny, surreal and intimidating racism. The piece combines experimental approaches to stand up, storytelling, singing and live sound art.
    Miranda Prag presents

    An Attempt to Lose Time

    Fri 23 Sept - Sat 24 Sept at 9pm
    After five years living in the city, Miranda thought about time all the time - so she gave it up. A solo show about time and our relationships with it.
    Poster for HOT IN HERE. Drawing of earth with flames behind it and protesters stood on a dancefloor in front of it.
    Pigfoot Theatre presents

    HOT IN HERE (An energy-generating dance-party)

    Sun 25 Sep - Mon 26 Sep and Tue 4 Oct - Thu 6 Oct at 7.15pm
    A protest. A theatre show. An energy-generating dance-party. Developed from interviews with climate activists around the world and powered by an energy-harvesting dancefloor, HOT IN HERE celebrates action taking place internationally against climate injustice, and the UK’s place within it. Made by multi award-winning Pigfoot, with the least carbon impact possible.
    Louise Ashcroft presents

    Bird Hut Sperm Bank

    Tue 27 - Wed 28 Sept at 9pm
    Louise Ashcroft builds a DIY sperm bank outside her home, using an old bird hut, to reflect on who gets to have kids, who doesn't, and how to reinvent family.
    Show poster
    David Labi presents

    Pieces of a Man

    Thurs 29 Sept at 9pm
    David performs the rollercoaster story of his late father, a Libyan-Italian Holocaust Survivor. A hilarious and powerful one-man show examining fatherhood, identity, trauma, and joy.
    The tana project presents


    Fri 30 Sept - Sat 1 Oct at 9pm
    When F and T moved together during lockdown, they didn’t know that the clear boundaries that their friendship held suddenly would begin to blur. A play about identity, and sexuality in a Queer-Asian context.
    Show poster: A woman sits on top of giant colourful numbers with a big dice between her legs and wearing 3 Christmas cracker crowns.
    Lila Robirosa presents

    The Not-12 Days of Not-Christmas

    Fri 7 Oct - Sat 8 Oct at 9pm
    One woman. One song. One board game. 50 minutes to unlock the secrets lying within... Come and roll the dice on one woman's hilarious story of queer confusion and chaos.
    Poster for MOONFACE
    Meg Hodgson presents


    Fri 7 Oct - Sat 8 Oct at 7.15pm
    2022. Shady billionaires make plans to colonise and mine the solar system behind all our backs, and one rocky satellite is dangerously close to the edge. One last cycle to figure out where it all went wrong and how (if) we can course-correct before it’s too late.
    Show poster
    BÉZNĂ Theatre presents

    Wipe These Tears

    Tue 11 Oct - Sat 22 Oct at 7pm
    A bouquet of flesh flowers melted into each other // Hand to hand // Face to shoulder // Chemical unification of skins wipe these tears is a world premiere from British-Romanian BÉZNĂ Theatre.
    Show poster: a person biting a gummy sweet while pulling on it with their hand
    Anna Clover presents

    Going Deutsch

    Fri 14 Oct - Sat 15 Oct at 9pm
    Should you ever go back to someone, (or something), that almost destroyed you? What if they’re sorry? What if they say they’ve changed? What if they’re offering an EU passport?
    Red chairs in a black box theatre

    Big Bang: OCTOBER 16th

    Sun 16 Oct at 7.15pm
    Big Bang is CPT’s regular scratch night: an explosion of performance from which new universes of theatre may one day emerge. These jam-packed platforms are highlights of any CPT season: the place to see wild and wonderful new projects take their first steps.

    Cute But Psycho

    Thu 20 Oct - Fri 21 Oct at 9pm
    Exploring the magnetic beauty and mind-altering struggle of psychosis, Cute But Psycho asks what happens when spiritual awakening and mental illness collide with the medical approach to recovery.
    Jamie Sefton presents

    A Thousand Sons

    Tue 1 Nov - Sat 5 Nov at 9pm
    A one person show detailing the true horrors of nuclear weapons and the deceit by those in power.
    Show poster

    Walking Cats

    Tue 1 and Wed 2 Nov at 7.15pm
    When you can’t travel back home, will your home come to you?

    Learning to Fly

    Thu 3 Nov - Sat 5 Nov at 7.15pm
    James tells the story of a friendship he made with the scary old lady who lived on his street and her last wish: to get high once before she dies.
    Nwoko Arts presents

    Sweet Mother

    Tue 8 Nov - Wed 9 Nov at 9pm
    Set in a time of racial unrest in Liverpool, Sweet Mother is a celebration of white women who fell in love and married black men. Sweet Mother is based on true stories from the heart of the community.

    Block'd Off

    Tue 8th Nov - Sat 19th Nov at 7.15pm
    Block’d Off is a One-Woman Show following 5 characters living in the Cycle of Deprivation, and explores what it is to be Working-Class in London. Based on real stories in real locations.
    Liv Ello presents


    Thu 10 Nov - Sat 12 Nov at 9pm
    SWARM is a surreal dark comedy exploring the connection between toxic expressions of privilege and the behaviour of flies. Using character comedy, stand-up and spoken word, SWARM subverts the language used to dehumanise those othered in British society to re-tell a far more evocative reality.

    For The Love Of A Primary Caregiver

    Tue 15 - Sat 19 Nov at 9pm
    Rosemary is about to do a speech at her mother’s wedding. She’s not quite sure how to hit the right note as the relationship between Rosemary and her mother has been... less- than- rosy. As latent thoughts and feelings bubble to the surface, we realise maybe the apple hasn’t fallen very far from the tree.


    Tue 22 Nov - Wed 23 Nov at 7.15pm
    heartfelt. a wildly inventive disability-led solo theatre show about hearts & heartlessness - spiralling out of our heart-attacks. with love-heart sweets for all. a must-watch. Slung Low.
    Victor Esses presents

    The Death & Life of All of Us

    Tue 22 - Wed 23 Nov at 9pm
    The Death & Life of All of Us is an experimental performance that uses biographical documentary film and live music to reclaim erased histories.


    Thu 24 Nov - Fri 25 Nov at 7.15pm
    MOTHERLOAD! is a dark comedy for the end of days. Meet Mother Nature, the sexiest woman alive turned dumpster fire. She's doing a TED Talk, a last chance bid to save her favourite creation.
    Larisa Faber presents

    Good Girls

    Thu 24 Nov - Sat 26 Nov at 9pm
    A musical about abortions and no regrets. 3 performers, 3 keyboards, 6 jazz hands, multiple stories.
    Odd Eyes Theatre presents

    On The Line

    Tue 29 Nov - Sat 3 Dec at 7pm
    Camden teenagers Tia and Kai’s perfect day is ruined when a robbery threatens to test their childhood bonds and complexities of aspiration in this witty and urgent play for today.
    Alistair Hall presents


    Tue 29 Nov - Sat 3 Dec at 9pm
    A haunted, hallucinatory tale of isolation and sexual discovery.
    A photo of Aarian (right) and Sam (left) on stage. Sam a white, shaved head man wearing a pink floral suit jacket holds Aarian's chest. Aarian is a middle-eastern man wearing a yellow jumper and blue dungarees with his arms crossed.
    FlawBored present

    It's a Motherf**king Pleasure

    Tue 6 Dec - Thu 8 Dec at 7.15pm
    Winners of the Greenwich Theatre Award, 2022. We join a social media manager and an up-and-coming blind influencer as they embark on a quest to make blindness sexy.
    Hannah Maxwell presents

    Nan, Me & Barbara Pravi

    Tue 6 Dec - Wed 7 Dec at 9pm
    An epic tale of love, loss and explaining how to use the microwave.
    Jack Boal presents


    Thu 8 Dec - Sat 10 Dec at 9pm
    Thatcher-Rite invites you for a traditional English tea party with Margaret Thatcher. From cucumber sandwiches to Conservative policy, this interactive and entertaining production revisits the legacy of the UK's first woman Prime Minister.

    There Was a Little Girl

    Fri 9 Dec - Sat 10 Dec at 7.15pm & Sun 11 Dec 5pm
    Millie is not like other girls. Join Millie (and her alter ego Michael) in this witty, unflinching & truthful insight into growing up opposing the female narrative covered in 90s nostalgia galore.
    Sonny Howes presents

    The Benefits of Disabled Sex

    Tue 13 Dec - Wed 14 Dec at 7.15pm
    He lost his legs, but what about his virginity? A true story of a teenage boy who plays with his crutch more than his crotch.
    Burning Attic presents

    Patient is a Verb

    Tue 13 Dec - Thu 15 Dec at 9pm
    Welcome to the waiting room to enter the realm of Transition*. You are the 11,174th player. Only 33 players have made it through Level One this month.
    Show poster: Person blowing a big pink chewing gum bubble
    Popsie Theatre presents

    Not a Girl Not Yet a Woman

    Fri 16 Dec - Sat 17 Dec at 9pm
    You’re invited to enter a liminal space between girlhood and womanhood, and watch as we tear apart Britney’s conservatorship, victim-blaming and female autonomy - all while drunk on early-2000s MTV nostalgia.
    Drawing of a brick lane with a silhouette of Scrooge holding a candle.


    Tue 20 Dec - Fri 23 Dec at 7.15pm
    D-live! present an adaption Charles Dickens’ classic tale A Christmas Carol for hearing and non-hearing audiences with full length digital live theatre