Pioneering theatre company Theatro Technis has been performing in Camden for 55 years. Its current home, a former Church House, sits just moments away from the pubs, clubs and music venues of Camden High Street. It might be overshadowed by the attractions the High Street or the West End has to offer. But the volunteers that have ensured that the show remains on the road are justly proud of their contribution to the borough’s cultural life . . . and they still welcome volunteers to join them. Tom Boyle speaks with founder George Eugeniou to discover more.
Theatro Technis, 26 Crowndale Road London NW1 1TT
Phone: 020 7387 6617
Camden People’s Theatre is now recruiting to the programme for its Festival Sprint 2013. It is also accepting applications for the ‘Starting Blocks’ programme which suppports lone performers and theatre groups in developing performance of their work. Closing date is Friday 23rd November 2012.
Camden People’s Theatre is at 58 Hampstead Road, NW1
Read by: Angela Inglis
Recorded & edited by: Marian Larragy
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