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Sprint, and after, at Camden People’s Theatre

Friday, 17 February, 2012

CPT announces its Spring season

Starting with the 15th annual Sprint Festival of live art, Camden People’s Theatre (CPT) are launching their spring season of new and experimental theatre, music, poetry, interactive performances, media and puppetry.

Sprint Festival highlights include Your Last Breath by Curious Directive, A Score for Audience and Performer by Greg McLaren, and Avon Calling, a piece by The Other Way Works performed to groups of ten in audience members’ own houses.

After Sprint, Stillpoint Theatre will present Triptych: Three Attempts at Love, written and performed by award-winning performer Rachel Blackman, which includes her Edinburgh Fringe 2011 show Steal Compass, Drive North, Disappear.

Resuscitate Theatre, the company behind 2011’s A Clockwork Orange, present the Greek play The Bacchae; and Amy Lamé teams up with Time Out Performer of the Year 2010 Scottee to bring Unhappy Birthday. The season ends on a high with Fuel Theatre’s Knight Watch: South’Story.

SPRINT FESTIVAL 2012 – Highlights
9 to 31 March | 7.30pm & 9pm | £10 (£8 concs) unless otherwise stated

Your Last Breath by Curious Directive

This Fringe First Winner 2011 brings a science-theatre piece unraveling the landscapes of the heart and our own personal geographies.

Perle by Dancing Brick

Work-in-progress performances of a new show in which theatre maker Thomas Eccleshare and world-famous illustrator Serge Seidlitz create a live comic-strip based on one of the oldest poems in the English language, Pearl.

A Score for Audience and Performer by Greg McLaren

A group of three, fifteen-minute performances / interactions passing oblique comment on the current social situation in England

 

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