Camden People's Theatre

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  • Address:

    58-60
    Camden People's Theatre Hampstead Road
    London
    NW1 2PY

  • Venue phone:

    0844 477 1000

  • Venue website:

    www.cptheatre.co.uk

  • Transport:

    Rail/Tube: Euston; Tube: Warren Street/Euston Square

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Calm Down, Dear – A Festival of Feminism

Festivals, Fringe, Drama, Cabaret

  • Critics' choice

Camden People's Theatre's Festival of Feminism returns, this year with less comedy and more theatre and cabaret. Leading this year's offerings is Sh!t Theatre's 'Women's Hour' which uses satire, song and movement to look at the way women are portrayed...

Calm Down, Dear – A Festival of Feminism
  1. Thu Oct 2 – Sun Oct 12
  2. Camden People's Theatre
  3. £12, £10 concs
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Into the Road

Drama, Fringe

A one man show from Bridge Williams about a perilous road trip up the west coast of America. Williams retells tales of meeting colourful characters and having wild adventures. Ages 18-plus.

  1. Mon Oct 13
  2. Camden People's Theatre
  3. £10, £8 concs
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Lost In The Neuron Forest

Drama, Fringe

This piece of promenade theatre from Bread and Goose explores the science of the brain. The audience plays a role within the myriad stories of Edna's memories, following her diagnosis with Alzheimer’s disease. A memory library accompanies the show. ...

Lost In The Neuron Forest

Drama, Fringe

This piece of promenade theatre from Bread and Goose explores the science of the brain. The audience plays a role within the myriad stories of Edna's memories, following her diagnosis with Alzheimer’s disease. A memory library accompanies the show. ...

Lost In The Neuron Forest

Drama, Fringe

This piece of promenade theatre from Bread and Goose explores the science of the brain. The audience plays a role within the myriad stories of Edna's memories, following her diagnosis with Alzheimer’s disease. A memory library accompanies the show. ...

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