Camden People's Theatre
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Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
If you like your theatre to take a risk, head to Camden People's. It may not be a whole lot to look at, but the theatre stages some of the most adventurous new and experimental work in town. The highlight of its year is the massive Sprint Festival, which can include up to 40 performers of all genres, while current artistic directors Brian Logan and Jenny Paton have put their own mark on the place, with such innovations as a festival exploring the links between theatre and stand up comedy.
Camden People's Theatre Hampstead Road
What's on at Camden People's Theatre
Lawrence Speck and Joe Wild fight apathy through synchronised interpretive dance and audience play.
A virtual reality show for two audience members with a Halloween twist. Each participant has video goggles and headphones and become the protagonist in a zombie apocalypse movie. The participants have to follow instructions given to them in their headphone....
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. ...
This review is of the show's 2013 Edinburgh Festival run. Catalan company Atresbandes brings fresh meaning to the phrase 'there are three people in this relationship'. Sharing the stage with couple Monica Almirall and Miquel Segovia (played by themselves)...