Thank you so much for joining us to play The House Never Wins.

  

The House Never Wins is operating on a 'Pay What You Decide' ticketing scheme, giving audiences a chance to experience more exciting and new theatre.

Obviously these are uncertain financial times for everyone at the moment so we do not want finance to be a barrier to attendance so if you are able, (and only if you are able) you can make a donation of what you think is suitable based on your experience via our Pay Pal link here: paypal.me/killthecat

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For those wanting to know more about the climate crisis and the science of where we are right now: 

Extinction Rebellion: The Truth https://rebellion.earth/the-truth/

David Attenborough Climate Change: The Facts https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00049b1

 

We know climate crisis can be overwhelming and difficult to process- the CPA have some amazing resources (and a brilliant podcast as well). They’re also running climate cafes online (a safe space to talk about the climate breakdown and our fears surrounding it) Check them out there:  

Climate Psychology Alliance: 

https://www.climatepsychologyalliance.org

 

 

For theatre makers wanting to make more eco-friendly and sustainable theatre Staging Change have some great tips and resources here: https://www.stagingchange.com

 

The House Never Wins Credits:

Originally commissioned by Upstart Theatre as part of DARE Festival 2019. Supported by Arts Council England, Shoreditch Town Hall, Camden People's Theatre, Ovalhouse and Maketank. 

Created by Dylan Frankland & Madeleine Allardice

Performed by Madeleine Allardice

Tech by Dylan Frankland

Producer: Turtle Key Arts

Set and Costume Design: Erin Guan

Trailer: Michael Lynch

Poster Design: Keir Cooper

End audio: Caroline Hickman in conversation with Verity Sharp.  Extracted from  'Climate Change, Grief and Hope'- episode 1 of the Climate Psychology Alliance's podcast series: Crisis Conversations, ‘Catastrophe or Transformation’. 

 
 

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Founded 25 years ago, CPT is one of Britain’s most influential studio theatres. Our mission is to champion different ways of thinking about the world by supporting emerging artists making adventurous theatre – particularly about issues that matter to people now. Our work is rooted in the communities of Camden and London. Through it, we celebrate the bold, the spirited and the unconventional. We programme over 200 productions and deliver community projects that reach over 17,000 people every year. By presenting a diverse range of voices on our stage, our work speaks to an audience reflective of the community we serve.

 

 

If you would like to make a donation to Camden People's Theatre you can do so here.

Any donation, of any size will go a long way to securing the future of CPT and enable us to extend support to more artists impacted by our closure. We have already been so humbled by all of our audiences who have donated the cost of their tickets back to us and for the wonderful messages of support we've received. Thank you!

We hope you stay safe and well and we can't wait to welcome you back soon.