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  • Whats On

    Work In Progress

    Image: Angela Christofilou
    WORK IN PROGRESS
    Contact sheet showing image of film negatives, unclear and partial image of a window, numbered '16'.
    Samantha Manzur presents

    236 Cavendish Mansions

    Tue 4 - Wed 5 Jun at 9pm
    A work-in-progress combining monologue and installation, addressing memory through the palimpsest of a Victorian tenement flat in Camden. A woman embodies multiple existences recalling voices that have been forgotten.
    WORK IN PROGRESS
    A man on stage, speaking into a microphone. In the background are audience members in a studio theatre.
    Jonny Khan presents

    Bengali Boys

    Sun 9 Jun at 3pm
    A work-in-progress sharing exploring the complex history of Camden. Using a blend of interviews, archives and performance, Bengali Boys shares the triumphs, struggles and resilient spirit of this diverse community.
    WORK IN PROGRESS
    An abstract painting of a person with a skinhead whose puffer jacket is decorated with various Camden landmarks.

    Scratch Night: Mon 10 Jun

    Mon 10 Jun at 7.15pm
    A scratch night of new works-in-progress. Tonight's event features 'She Sells Sanctuary on the Prince of Wales Road' and 'The Old Dagger'.
    WORK IN PROGRESS

    Scratch Night: Sun 16 Jun

    Sun 16 Jun at 7pm
    A scratch night of new works-in-progress. Tonight's event features 'The Camden Queers' and 'Sweet Testament Divine'.
    WORK IN PROGRESS
    A painting of a person with white hair in a grimace, as if shouting. They have a few teeth missing and a stubbly beard.
    Artopia presents

    Art for Art's Sake

    Tue 18 - Wed 19 Jun at 9pm
    A theatrical extravaganza looking at the issues surrounding homelessness through art, drama, dance, spoken word, song, standup and music.