Camden People's Theatre

Review: So Many Reasons (Camden People's Theatre)
Racheal Ofori's one-woman play is part of Camden People's Theatre's Calm Down Dear festival
The Birthday Party and All's Well That Ends Well in our top openings of the week
Camden People's Theatre hosts its annual feminist festival, while Teddy kicks off a UK tour
Review: Fog Everywhere (Camden People's Theatre)
Presented by Camden People's Theatre and the Lung Biology Group at King's College, the show is performed by young Londoners
New queer festival announced by Camden People's Theatre
By Emily Jupp
The Come As You Are festival will be a three-week-long celebration of LGBT+ identity
5 times theatre got sex right
By Amber Massie-Blomfield
As their festival of sex kicks off, Camden People's Theatre's executive director Amber Massie-Blomfield considers her favourite sexual representations on stage
Camden People's Theatre to host a festival of sex
Hotbed: A Festival of Sex will feature work by Louise Orwin and Pony Boy Curtis
Children should be collaborators in theatre
Matt Trueman argues that the old saying 'never work with children and animals' just isn't true
Brian Logan: Men want to be a part of feminist theatre
By Brian Logan
Camden People's Theatre's artistic director Brian Logan on the men taking part in this year's festival of feminist theatre Calm Down, Dear, and why feminism should support men
Camden People's Theatre announce full line-up for Calm Down Dear festival
The season includes the London premiere of Blush and a string of work created by male feminists
Camden People's Theatre announces autumn season
It will feature two brand new productions, the return of a feminist theatre festival, and plays about life post-Brexit