YesYesNoNo’s 5 Encounters On A Site Called Craigslist is about, 5 encounters on a… yes. And this is very much the tone of the show – unusual, quirky, but kind of what you might expect. Sam Ward is the sole performer in this part comedy, part real-life storytelling, part just-a-good-time play about meeting men for sex, […]
Camden People's Theatre London, NW1 2PY | Reviews
CPT has been making theatre in Camden for 23 years – over which time it has worked with a range of extraordinary artists. Many have gone on to establish highly successful and influential theatre careers in the UK and beyond.
From our review of The Sea: "a very thoughtful and well-performed play."
Camden People's Theatre
58-60 Hampstead Road
London, NW1 2PY
Benefit cuts are hitting disabled people the hardest. Half of people in poverty are disabled or live with a disabled person. The future looks grim, so how can we get people to sit up, listen and care and not keel over with empathy-fatigue? Award-winning poet and theatre-maker Jackie Hagan’s way has been to make a […]
Sometimes I get asked to review a production that turns out to be very difficult to write about. It could be that it is a one-off or something that can only be experienced or even something that simply defies description. Together which I caught at the Camden People’s Theatre is pretty much all three of […]
The Sea is steadily paced to the end, something of a paradox in a show that explores what it is like to start out ‘in the sticks’ and then move to London later on. The (not very) imaginatively named A and B (Sarah Dean and Rebecca Hendri) share awkward but nonetheless highly plausible situations and […]
First things first: if you dread audience participation, Incoming/Exodus is not for you. That said, it is possible to interact as much or as little as one wishes, though it is difficult to be completely passive in an environment and atmosphere that lends itself well to the open exchange of opinions. Before the play starts, […]