From plays to podcasts, we present a programme of adventurous and playful multi-disciplinary work that reflects the UK and its people but can reach people across the UK and beyond.
What are we looking for?
We work with brilliant artists to enable them to share their artistic vision. We develop and present an adventurous, playful and significant programme of live, digital, and multi-disciplinary work for a representative audience across the UK and beyond. Our mission is to produce art that exposes our fears, reveals our hopes, and empowers us to change what needs to be changed.
Although we do not take on existing productions, we like to get a flavour of an artist’s work to inform us of how we might be able to collaborate in the future. If you would like to invite us to see your work, please email:
Please give us as much notice as you can so we have ample time to arrange for one of our team to attend. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that we’ll be able to make it to everything we are invited to, but we’ll try our best.
That niggling idea you have had in your head for a while…we want to know all about it! We thrive on supporting artists to bring their ideas to life. If you would like to send us a script to consider or pitch an idea, please email:
We work across a wide range of disciplines and practices so please feel free to send us something other than a script (e.g. audio, video, portfolio, website), but do let us know what idea you would like to work on next as that is where we can help.
What happens next?
If you’ve sent us an invite, a member of our team will try our best to attend. If we are interested in finding out more about you and your work, we will get in touch to arrange a meeting.
If you’ve sent in your work, you will receive an acknowledgement email and a member of our development team will read/watch/listen. This process may range from 4-10 weeks depending on our capacity at the time and the length of the work submitted. After this time, you will receive an email to let you know if we are able to support you.
If you’ve pitched an idea that we are interested in, we will make contact with you to arrange a meeting or send a request for examples of your work or an invite to see your work.
STAMP (Supporting Theatre Artists and Makers of Performance)
Fuel is also an active member of the STAMP network. STAMP is a group of 47 venues and organisations based in London who support and produce new theatre and performance work.
STAMP’s mission is practical collective action to improve the ways in which artists are supported by our organisations and the industry, and are valued in society more widely.
At present we are delivering this in the following ways: arranging events and platforms for our membership to share best practice in terms of artist support; arranging events where artists can meet our members and learn more about how the sector operates; providing a database of the artist opportunities provided by our members, and how best to access this support; working with BOP Consulting and the Theatres Trust on a strategic research project into the current provision of theatre and theatre facilities (including rehearsal space) across London, commissioned by the Greater London Authority.
The easiest way to stay up to date with everything STAMP is doing is to sign up to Camden People’s Theatre’s mailing address HERE.
You can also contact Camden People’s Theatre with any enquiries relating to STAMP on: