When This Is Over

25 & 26 February

About

Does anyone really know where their story starts? Do you? Maybe it only really starts when you tell it. Maybe it’s starting right now.

Camden Youth Theatre return with their first live show in two years.

Created in the wake of the COP26 Climate Change Summit, a group of local young people come together to tell their own stories: the voice of a generation whose futures depend on world leaders sticking to their promises and safeguarding our planet.

When This Is Over is a play about those moments that change your life forever – staged at a pivotal time in history. Directed by Camden Youth Theatre leader Lakeisha Lynch-Stevens, devised by the young company from a blueprint by nationally-acclaimed youth-led theatre-makers Company Three.

A Camden Youth Theatre production, in association with Company Three and Nick Hern Books. Camden Youth Theatre is supported by Arts Council England, John Lyon's Charity, The Postcode Lottery, and the Jack Petchey Foundation.

The Company


About Camden Youth Theatre

Launched in 2016, Camden Youth Theatre is a completely free to attend youth theatre for young people who live or go to school in Camden.

CYT introduces young people aged 13-19 to the skills they need to make their own inventive new theatre. Groups work with top professional theatre makers to develop new skills and create vibrant live shows. The company is run by New Diorama Theatre and Camden People's Theatre with rehearsal partner Old Diorama Arts Centre.  


Creative Team

Director Lakeisha Lynch-Stevens
Assistant Director Chloe Young
CYT Assistant Facilitator Phoebe Fairchild
Cast TBA


🍕 Free Pizza at Every Performance 🍕

Between January - June 2022, New Diorama are offering free slices of pizza to every audience member post-show - in partnership with Domino's Camden.

Yes, really.

All pizzas will be veggie, with vegan and GF options available. Ask at box office if you have any special requirements or allergies.

Find out more here.

Cast & Creatives


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