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  • Community Takeover Day

    Sun 9 Jun 1pm - 5pm
    Tickets Free (donation optional)
    Come and celebrate all things Camden at the Community Takeover day, to launch our Camden Roar festival! Free snacks and drinks provided!

    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome

    Part of the Camden Roar Festival, 3 weeks of theatre & creativity handpicked by our local steering group.

    Drop-in activities throughout the day:

    - Add to our interactive installation that will be exhibited in Camden People's Theatre throughout the Camden Roar festival. We invite our Camden neigbours, audiences and artists to engage to mark places of importance to them in the borough and admire from above the borough which we call home.

    - Co-create a collage for the Camden Roar Festival 

    Bookable activities:

    Sustainable Fashion Workshop (1 - 2.30pm): Join us for a free, fun and interactive workshop where kids and adults can learn about sustainable fashion and create their own eco-friendly accessories. Places are free but limited!

    Jean Rhys in Camden (1 - 2.15pm): Author of the renowned novel Wide Sargasso Sea, Jean Rhys published fiction between the 1920s and 1970s after arriving in London from the Caribbean. Tracey Mitchell, from the theatre's local steering group, will lead a free illustrated talk exploring Jean Rhys' London life and connections to Camden. There will be a creative writing workshop at the end of the session. 

    The Music Of Camden (3 - 4.30pm): Be a part of Camden’s music scene and co-produce a song with a local Camden musician in this free workshop.

    Bengali Boys (3 - 4pm): Listen to the stories of ‘The Bengali Boys’ and the history of activism in the local area.Tickets are 'Pay What You Can Afford'.

    "A great local theatre making a massive difference to the local community."

    Councillor Jonathan Simpson Camden Council