Camden People’s Theatre explores climate change


Euston’s cutting edge contemporary arts space has a busy autumn ahead



Shoot the Breeze. Photo: Joe Twigg
This fortnight of work in early November addresses the pressing issue of climate change and concern for our environment. The renowned fringe venue will see six ace new shows take to the stage, including Fog Everywhere, a collaboration of local young Londoners and lung specialists’ at King’s College as they explore the consequences of air pollution, offering possible solutions to these problems (31st Oct-11th Nov).

In true CPT style, the venue will also be transforming into a beehive (31st-1st Nov), giving space for two women to discuss their attitudes to reproduction in the overpopulated world we inhabit (9th -11th Nov), and host a glittery musical about eco-anxiety (3rd-5th Nov).

There’s also an extensive programme of walks, talks and workshops on air quality in the local area so however much time you’ve got to spend in Euston, you should pop by and see what’s going on over a cup of tea.

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Find out more about Camden People’s Theatre here. Shoot the Breeze runs from 31st Oct- 11th Nov. 58-60 Hampstead Road, tickets and more info here.

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