Theatres in Camden
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Camden People’s Theatre - Camden
Camden People’s Theatre in London is open year-round and supports early-career artists.
In 2016, the theatre launched an all-new Camden Youth Theatre in collaboration with the Fitzrovia Community Centre and New Diorama Theatre. There are multiple shows on over the course of the year, with a showon nearly every night.
Roundhouse - Camden
The Roundhouse is a historic creative hub for young people twhich nurtires their talent and presents the best in Live Music, Theatre, Circus and New Media.
The Roundhouse is a a former railway engine repair shed, which was transformed into a performing arts venue on 1964. It is now a Grade II listed building.
Etcetera Theatre - Camden
“...one of the smallest theatres in London, but this doesn't stop it punching well above its weight, laying on consistently strong theatre since 1986” - Time Out
Etcetera Theatre is an award-winning pub theatre, with a reputation for hosting and supporting London's most thrilling new fringe theatre, comedy, cabaret and musical acts.
The Theatre is a springboard for local theatre companies, comedians and performers looking to start in the arts business and has hosted warm up shows from some of the biggest names, including Simon Amstell, Russell Brand, Al Murray, Milton Jones, Mark Thomas, Robin Ince, We Are Klang, Bill Bailey, Jerry Sadowitz, Russell Howard and Richard Herring.
The Etcetera has become an integral part of several of Lond...
Camden Electric Ballroom - Camden
The Electric Ballroom is located at 184 Camden High Street in Camden Town, London. It is a 1,500 capacity performance venue and indoor market and hosts club nights, live bands and a daytime market at weekends.
Fiddler's Elbow - Camden
The Fiddlers Elbow is a well known live music venue showcasing professional and alternative live music acts.
Over the years thousands of unsigned musicians have appeared at the Fiddlers Elbow stage, as well as several established acts.
Jazz Cafe - Camden
The Jazz Cafe is a music venue in Camden, playing live music 7 days a week.
The venue p[lays host to a range of local and internation stars, with music genres covering, among others, jazz, soul and reggae.
KOKO - Camden
Origionally a theatre built in 1900 that went through a few incarnations before becoming a music venue in 1977 (The Music Machine) and later became the Camden Palace.
2004 saw the venue undertake a multimillion-pound restoration, and this was the birth of KOKO, a state of the art music venue playing to a capacity of 1,410 people.