Camden People's Theatre (CPT) is a unique central London space dedicated year-round to innovative contemporary theatre. CPT is dedicated to artists and audiences taking risks, making exciting choices and pursuing excellence. Facilities include a 60-seat studio theatre, fully licensed bar, affordable rehearsal rooms, and a foyer gallery space.
Venue Details & Map
Camden People's Theatre
58-60 Hampstead Road
Somers TownLondonNW1 2PY
- +44 (0)20 7916 5878
Once again (as with all theatre reviews) I try to review the space and not the production. But I LOVED both in this case! I've been here twice now and forgot to review it the first time (I know, how could any Yelper forget to review?! Disgraceful). But this time I remembered.
This is a very small theatre just off from Euston Square tube station, maximum 50 seats if that. But it's intimate and...more
Love this tiny venue : because
the space is so intimate, & the
plays so compelling, they are
packed with a punch by the
proximity of each theatregoer to
his neighbour. A complicit experience!more
I've seen a bunch of the performances in CPT's Sprint Festival this year. Some were better than others, but what love about the Camden People's Theatre is that is takes risks on new performances. Everything is pretty new and a little out there. You'll either love or hate it, but you definitely won't be bored!
The people there are really friendly and always willing to discuss new ideas. They...more
I find the Camden Peoples Theatre to be just one small step from greatness, and that seemingly minor distance is as a vast chasm that keeps me from returning on a regular basis. They seem to have nearly everything well in place: a roster of returning artists whose oeuvres are at least well enough regarded; a loyal audience with a purported thirst for the new and the novel; a modus operandi of...more
Hampstead Road 27th - 29th March 2008
An immersive installation with sound
inspired by the history of the site
Where there were once extensive verdant tea gardens, there are now busy roads, high-rise buildings, railways and underground tunnels. As the area around the theatre continues to be developed, and the buildings across the road are demolished, artists Elinor Brass and Emily Orley will...more