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  • Whats On

    Autumn/Winter 23/24


    This CPT season has more offers than ever before! Tickets are £8 - £15 but you can also take advantage of the following discounts:

    A woman's silhouette is backlit against a dark background, surrounded by strange, angular shapes lit in pink and blue.
    Miranda Prag presents

    An Attempt to Lose Time

    Tue 5 - Wed 6 Dec at 9pm
    Would it be possible to live without time? A playful meditation on time blending the personal and the collective, a questioning of the status quo and an invitation to see time differently.
    Abstract line drawing of a figure jumping against an orange textured background
    Soapbox presents

    Strange Contagions

    Thu 7 - Sat 9 Dec at 9pm
    Strange behaviours leap between a community of women, spreading like a bolt of lightning. A devised theatre piece where the dance at the end of the world begins.
    Scottee covering his face with his hand while one eye is exposed between two fingers. Against a white background.
    Scottee presents

    After The Tone Podcast: Live

    Sun 10 Dec at 3pm
    After The Tone invites you to Scottee’s Xmas Spread. Your presence (and your presents!) are requested by Scottee and the gang for an afternoon of yuletide fun, freakiness and fruitcake.
    A 19th or early 20th century sepia photograph. An outside scene. An older man in a tweed suit with a pipe stands staring at an old camera on a stand. On the other side of the camera a woman dressed in a black robe is staring at the viewer.

    Big Bang: 11 Dec

    Mon 11 Dec 7.15pm
    CPT’s Big Bang scratch night: an explosion of performance from which new universes of theatre may one day emerge.
    Two men are stood up and holding their fists up touching them together
    Rrita Pula presents

    The Bystanders

    Fri 15 - Sat 16 Dec at 9pm
    A two-man explosive movement piece exploring men being bystanders to violence on women.
    The collage image features, on the left, a sepia print of a femme human propping their face on their left hand, looking directly at the camera, with the words “I wanna be your dog” in different typefaces above them and, on the right, a happy German Shephe
    Martin Moriarty present

    Virginia Woolf's Dog Training Academy

    Wed 17 - Thu 18 Jan at 9pm
    Martin wants his dog Lucky to live in freedom off the lead. So he embarks on a quest to find the queer alternative to obedience classes they both need.
    Split in half, the left side is block blue, the right side is block red. placed ontop of the block blue colour is the all white head of a rhino. placed ontop of the block red colour is an all white face of a bearded man in his 30's. the rhino and man are
    Strange Futures presents

    The Endling

    Wed 17 - Thu 18 Jan 7.15pm
    SF reflect upon the extinction crisis, using their unique, quirky and laugh-out-loud physicality in this original and provoking show.
    A toy robot in spotlight, its shadow cast across the wall behind it. To its right, a human figure (wearing glasses) staring at it in silouhette/shadow.
    anorak presents


    Fri 19 January at 9pm
    A show about robots and humans, performed by a robot (controlled by a human). An exploration of artificial intelligence, human imagination and building things in our own image.
    Bi-Curious George, a white drag king in safari get-up, points at the earth which is surrounded by a glowing rainbow hue.

    Queer Planet

    Fri 19 - Sat 20 Jan at 7.15pm
    Dolphin Orgies, Intersex snails, Gay giraffes... Join Bi-curious George, London’s most loveable nature boy, on a raucous romp through the animal kingdom; the wildest, queerest kingdom of them all.
    A white drag king with brown eyes, long brown hair, a beard and a pair of antlers on his head stands shirtless against a green background, like a naive painting of a deity, and holds a processed beef-burger gracefully aloft in one hand while he pours a st
    Liberty Martin presents

    Stag King

    Tue 23 - Wed 24 Jan at 9pm
    A performance lecture / drag show featuring a seven foot drag stag. What can a contemporary queer learn from the Ancient Celtic God of the Hunt?
    Hugh, a young white man, is wearing a long black dress with a high neck, looking austere. Sitting next to him on a chair is a white English Bull Terrier. The image is sepia-toned and looks old.


    Tue 23 - Wed 24 Jan at 7.15pm
    DOG is pure beast and anything but polite. Inspired by incidents of Victorian dognapping, this solo show explodes the 'well-made play' to reveal a queer, canine future.
    A series of pink, purple, and blue shapes arranged roughly to look like a love heart, displayed on a light pink background.

    Love is... or Mechanical Rubber Ducks Sink in Bathtubs

    Fri 26 & Sat 27 Jan at 9pm
    A RomCom written by a robot.
    A monkey holding up a mirror and its reflection looking at the camera.

    The Mirror Test

    Fri 26 Jan - Sat 27 Jan at 7.15pm
    CPT's latest in-house production: In song, sketch and story, this work-in-progress asks who gets to define intelligence, why AI has to be so scary, and whether our fellow beasts might save us from ourselves.