SKINNED:LIVE | The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

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Image of Skinned Live, a three-day festival on identity, ideals and the skin. Performed by students from Central in conjunction with Camden Peoples Theatre

Be pulled below the streets of Camden into an underworld of burlesque, blood and bionic bodies; where structures are shattered and a rebellion of dance, sculpture, movement, media and performance rises above.

Plunge into the depths of SKINNED:LIVE- slip beneath the surface of identity, ideals and the skin we live in. This three-day festival will be showcasing a fusion of familiar and experimental art forms, contemplating all the things that we can't just wash off at the end of the day.

Curated & Produced by 2nd Year Performance Arts students in collaboration with Stage Management & Lighting Students.


Itch Collective aims to provide a platform for emerging artists alongside established works in an effort to recognise diverse and provocative work that challenges social stereotypes, explores identity and questions representations.


Camden People's Theatre's mission is to support young and emerging artists making inventive new theatre – particularly about issues that matter to people right now. By doing so, they champion different ways of thinking about and living in the world. Their work is rooted in the communities of Camden and London more widely, and through it, they celebrate the bold, the spirited and the unconventional. By presenting a diverse range of voices and perspectives on their stage, their work speaks to an audience reflective of the makeup of the UK.


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Booking via ticket link, or phone 020 7419 4841


3 June, 14:00 // The Epidermis: Looking Beneath Our Skin

4 June, 17:00 // The Dermis: Exploring Our Identity

5 June, 17:00 // Post-Dermis: Beyond Our Human Skin

Full Programme

Find the full programme on the Camden Peoples Theatre website.

Event price

£12 Full price; £10 Concession

Event dates

3 Jun 2018 - 2:00pm to 5 Jun 2018 - 5:00pm

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