//15th MAY //CAMDEN PEOPLE’S THEATRE // LONDON

15:00 – 23:00
Pay What You Can – Book Tickets through Camden People’s Theatre’s Website

Venue is wheelchair accessible on level access, there is a lift going to the basement social area
Both shows will be BSL interpreted
For any other access questions give Karl a buzz on buzzcutkarl@gmail.com or 07834 751536

  • 3pm, doors open/bar open + one-on-ones performing in basement
  • 4pm – The Sea is Polished by Steven Anderson
  • 5pm – Food served + one-on-ones performing in basement
  • 6pm – Selkie by Craig Manson
  • 7pm – Party in basement  + one-on-ones performing in basement


Steven Anderson // The Sea Is Polished

The care of an art object requires preserving it forever. As ever increasing numbers of artworks and precious objects are made, we evolve a continual restructuring of our material resources and emotional attachments. How can we move through our material legacies?

The Sea is Polished is a performance that questions the role of the art object in life and death. To the backdrop of a densely layered soundtrack, the performance explores an idea of loving our dead by living abundantly through their material legacy.

Steven Anderson

Craig Manson // Selkie

‘Selkie’ – a mythical creature which resembles a seal in the water but assumes a human form on land.

Come and see a real-live Selkie.
Come and watch the Selkie show.
Selkie’s are found in the North of Scotland.
Selkie’s are very sociable.
Selkie’s love to please people.
Selkie’s are so fat!

The front row of this evening’s performance is the splash zone. Feel free to move at any point if you feel uncomfortable.

Final Image - S E L K i E (1)

5 Minutes to Move Me (one on one performances from super-fab local artists)

// Alicia Jane Turner //
// Kayleigh Handley //
// Philip Bedwell //

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