Tag Archives: Camden People’s Theatre

Altered Minds, Altered Realities based on real stories of people who live with mental illness

Augustus Stephens has a severe mental illness and yet is taking on his biggest challenge to-date by playing six different characters in six dark comedies collectively called Altered Minds, Altered Realities, tonight (Friday 26 August) and Saturday 27 August at … Continue reading

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Sharp Edges exposes one woman’s struggle behind closed doors

Sharp Edges – one woman’s struggle to overcome mental illness and her perpetuating feelings of shame – is back on Wednesday 10 August at Camden People’s Theatre and 24-28 August at the Etcetera Theatre. Sophie Alders, leads a highly-functional life. She is … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s cross-dressing women in play discussing gender identity

Endgame: Ariel explores a world without labels, through the eyes of gender fluidity in Shakespeare’s early cross-dressing females, 11-14 August at 9pm, Camden People’s Theatre. The thought-provoking physical theatre piece Endgame: Ariel, uses three of Shakespeare’s iconic cross-dressing women, as found … Continue reading

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The Conscious Uncoupling

In an increasingly serially monogamous society, we all the face the possibility of more serious breakups in a lifetime than ever before. Comedian, writer and broadcaster Rosie Wilby presents her solo theatre show, The Conscious Uncoupling, 17-21 August 7.15pm at Camden … Continue reading

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Spotlight on social media bullying

BULLYING on social media and in the classroom is put in the spotlight in Before It Starts, 4-7 August, at Camden People’s Theatre. Before It Starts is inspired by true stories of young people that have personally experienced bullying about … Continue reading

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Review of The Moon is the Sun of the Night – Created and directed by Laurence Dollander

By Carmel Shortall The Moon is the Sun of the Night has a dreamlike quality to it as the emphasis shifts and weaves between the projected images of two young girls, the music of Laurence Dollander’s oboe and Sergio Serra’s … Continue reading

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The Overcoat: Gogol’s story adapted for the theatre by Le Mot Juste

Review by Carmel Shortall Akaky Akakievitch is unfeasibly proud of his meaningless title of Titular Councillor and the work he does copying “3,400 words a day average” as a government Clerk of the 9th Grade – basically the bottom of … Continue reading

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