SPRINT Theatre Festival at Camden People’s Theatre, 5 – 22 March.

SPRINT theatre festival at Camden People's Theatre.
Lucho Libre (Work in progress), 10 March.

SPRINT Festival is an established carnival of new and unusual theatre in London.

For three weeks in March, Camden People’s Theatre assembles a scintillating array of new artists who are making performances today. These artists have bold ideas and won’t play by the rules, and in many instances, the artists are making their first professional work. 

“With SPRINT, you never quite know what you’re going to get, but you can be damn certain you’ll have a good night out.” – Camden People’s Theatre.

This is What Dreams Are Made Of (A declassified British survival guide), 6 March.

Based on the company’s lived experiences of going through the naturalisation process, it’s playful and punches up, by using clowning, contemporary theatre forms, and queering of cultural mythology to empower those often silenced into ‘case workers’ notes by the Home Office.

The Dirty Thirty: Dfuk The Patriarcky

A celebration of all things female, femme, feminine and feminist in honour of International Women’s Day. 

Desperate Wee Gay Boy (Work in progress), 9 March.

Parties and sex, and the quest for love. Ollie is a gay man from Leith, who is navigating queer life in London.

Lucho Libre (Work in progress), 10 March.

Lucho hates his life, he can’t seem to go a day without getting bullied at school. Then he comes across Cassandro, the “Liberace of the Lucha Libre”, and Lucho discovers that the solution to his problem lies with Mexican Wrestling. Lucho’s grandfather trains him, and his grandmother makes him his mask … and Testosterono is born. He’s out to win!

Spit In My Face, 13 March.

Pierre navigates his open polyamorous relationship, modern queer dating life, sex life and mental health in this solo show. Through spoken words with frank audience conversations and physical theatre, Matthias Moret takes us through the journey of Pierre, a man trying to find his way amongst the many possibilities offered by the modern world.

BIG BANG: 18 March.

CPT’s regular scratch night is an explosion of performance from which new universes of theatre may one day emerge!

Get 25% off when you book more than one show across SPRINT Festival (5 – 22 March).

“CPT is as a beacon of fringe goodness, a theatre that champions diversity, inclusivity and the best kind of weird uniqueness”– LondonTheatre1

See what´s Queer at Camden People´s Theatre: https://cptheatre.co.uk/tag/Queer

Buy tickets for SPRINT Theatre Festival: https://cptheatre.co.uk/festivals/SPRINT

Camden People’s Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Road, London NW1 2PY, United Kingdom.

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