The Whose London Is It Anyway? smash hit returns to Camden People's Theatre for a week-long run. Followed by a week of performances on Estates across London.
“From a new generation of thinkers who have, in this inaugural work, pushed theatre in a whole new direction” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★International Times
UPCOMING PERFORMANCES AT CPT: Tue 18 Oct, 2016 9:00 pm Wed 19 Oct, 2016 9:00 pm Thu 20 Oct, 2016 9:00 pm Fri 21 Oct, 2016 9:00 pm Sat 22 Oct, 2016 2:00 pm Sat 22 Oct, 2016 9:00 pm Book Tickets for CPT performances here
Alongside our CPT performances we are being hosted by two estates for 2 days each for performances, workshops and talks. See below for dates and follow links to reserve seats.
Silchester Estate Performances 25th Oct 7.30 pm 26th Oct 7.30 pm Art As Action Workshop 2.30-4.30 pm How We Resist Workshop 5pm To book free tickets For Performances on Silchester Estate (Kensington) click HERE.
Cressingham Gardens Estate 27th Oct 7.30 pm 28th Oct 7.30 pm Art As Action Workshop 2.30 -4.30 pm How We Resist Workshop 5pm To book free tickets For Performances on Cressingham Gardens Estate (Brixton) click HERE
About The Show The Whose London Is It Anyway? smash hit returns to london community centres following a week's run at Camden People's Theatre.
“We are the Focus E15 mothers and we have been politically occupying four flats on Carpenters estate that have been left empty for years and years on end. We are fighting for social housing. Everybody deserves a place ot live. Come stand with us, stop evictions, stop people being forced out of London .” *
Made by an all female cast including young mothers, people who have expereinced homelessness and housing activists from Focus E15, this unconvential verbatim show immerses you in a truly historic moment in the fight for social housing, not social cleansing. * Sam’s eviction notice is dated the day after she’s due to give birth. The council want to forcibly relocate Jasmin out of London. Mary’s lived on Carpenters Estate since 1967, and if Mr. Mayor thinks she’s leaving, he’s got another thing coming – he’ll have to drag her out. * So bring your kids, bring your neighbours and bring your fight. Come and engage in some Civil Disobedience, fuelled by song.
“From a new generation of thinkers who have, in this inaugural work, pushed theatre in a whole new direction” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ International Times
PLEASE NOTE: A limited number of tickets are bookable online, other tickets will be available on the door (first come first serve) The show is free - all donations will go towards local housing campaigns.
WORKSHOPS (free) Wednesday 25th (Silchester) and Friday 28th (Cressingham)
Art As Action Workshop 2.30-4.30 pm Everyone has a story to tell. You Should See The Other Guy present a workshop on storytelling and creating communal protest songs by using your own words, and stories. The workshop entails using the practices we use to make the songs in Land of the Three Towers, by using real words, sharing stories, using rythms and repitition to create musical pieces. Come celebrate your home, tell your struggle, and toether we'll make a protest song about it. You don't have to be a singer, or even musical! This workshop is much more about sharing stories, and spoken word collectively than being in tune! to reserve a place send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or just come down and join us.
How We Resist Workshop 5 - 6.30pm
Estate under threat? Got an eviction notice? You are not alone. and you CAN fight it. Come and join this open forum workshop led by activists from Radical Housing Network and Eviction Resistance Network to explore the tools you can use to build a campaigns to stop buy offs, demolitons and stop evictions. To reserve a place send a message to email@example.com or just come down and join us on the day. https://evictionresistance.squat.net/ http://radicalhousingnetwork.org/
The performance will be followed by a free post-show discussion on Wed 19 Oct with members of Focus E15, Radical Housing Network, You Should See The Other Guy , local residents plus some special guests discussing the issues the show explores.
You Should See The Other Guy will be running a FREE Art as Action workshop whilst at CPT, on Fri 21 Oct 2-4pm. ‘Art as Action’ is a community workshop in which participants will explore some of the techniques You Should See the Other Guy developed for Land of the Three Towers. Amongst other things we will explore sharing stories, interviewing, verbatim work, writing, chant, and song-making. The workshop will celebrate home, community and social action, while exploring any feelings you may have about the housing crisis. No singing experience necessary: this is not about being a performer, it’s about the voicing of collective stories. This utilizes the practices we’ve developed in the making of Land of the Three Towers, offering these tools for audiences to use themselves. Tea provided. Space is limited, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place.