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Co-produced by Pigfoot and Gate Theatre, commissioned and supported by Camden People's Theatre.

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Credit: Greta Mitchell & Simon Shaw

UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

Mon 5 June - Sat 24 June 2023, Gate Theatre 
evening performances: 7.30pm
saturday matinees: 2:30pm

Book tickets

£12 during previews (5-7 Jun)
£18 full price
£15 Equity members, 60+
£12.50 Access patrons, Camden residents / workers, Under 26s, Students
£5 Unwaged / Unemployed

Camden Community Night: Mon 5 Jun, 7.30pm
Pay What You Can performance: Sat 10 Jun, 2.30pm
Supporters’ Night: Thu 15 Jun, 7.30pm

Audio-Described performance: Sat 17 Jun, 2.30pm (a touch tour is available before performance)

Relaxed / Reduced Capacity performance: Mon 19 Jun, 7.30pm (all performances of HOT IN HERE are performed in a relaxed setting; this performance also includes reduced capacity for added space)

BSL performance: Tue 20 Jun, 7.30pm followed by a Q&A after 

Gate Late: after Wed 21 Jun, 7:30pm performance

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‘We’re fighting because we love so much… We're fighting for the survival of our species. We’re fighting for the survival of the most marginalised people, the majority of people, because that’s what climate justice is about’ – Mitzi Jonelle Tan, Climate Justice Activist, the Philippines

 

A protest. A theatre show. An energy-generating dance party. 

 

Made from interviews with young climate advocates across the globe, HOT IN HERE celebrates action for international climate justice, and the UK’s place within it. Facing droughts, typhoons, hurricanes and heatwaves, we hear from young people on the frontlines of the climate crisis who are leading campaigns, protecting land, advising governments, building an intersectional movement, and working with their communities.

 

Featuring the first energy-harvesting dancefloor in live theatre, HOT IN HERE is an all-embracing whirlwind bringing people together to imagine a more equitable future for our planet.

ACCESSIBILITY

All performances are creatively captioned, with a relaxed environment for audiences. This means that, if for access reasons, you need to do any of the following, at any time, please feel free to:

  • Leave & re-enter at any time – there’s no such thing as a latecomer! 

  • Move around or make noise 

  • Eat or drink during the show

  • Use your phone (e.g. for magnification) 

Accessible performance dates are listed on this page under 'Upcoming Performances'.

GUIDANCE

HOT IN HERE is a new devised show, made by Pigfoot, in response to the live climate emergency. As a result, the content and length of the show is subject to change.

Content guidance: environmental destruction, racism, sexism, class injustice, climate injustice, air pollution, death, cancer, pregnancy, fire, drought, vivid depiction of flooding, hurricanes and typhoons, loss of home, food insecurity, activism

Age guidance: 12+

Duration estimation: 1 hour, 20 minutes

PAST PERFORMANCES:

 

25-26 September 2022: Camden People's Theatre

29 Sep-1 October 2022: Theatre by the Lake, Keswick

4-6 October 2022: Camden People's Theatre, London

8 October 2022: York Theatre Royal

11 October 2022: MAST Southampton

13-14 October 2022: The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford 

17-18 October 2022: the egg, Bath

19 October 2022: mac, Birmingham

20 October 2022: ARC, Stockton Arts Centre

26 October 2022: Nonsuch Studios, Nottingham

28 October 2022: Slung Low, Leeds

1-3 November 2022: Contact, Manchester

HOT IN HERE's 2022 UK tour was supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

"dazzling... outstandingly executed and searingly relevant" LEFTLION

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The original UK tour of HOT IN HERE was made with: 

Devised and performed by AK Golding, Elizabeth Ayodele, Keziah Joseph 

 

Co-Directors: Hetty Hodgson and Bea Udale-Smith 

Producer: Camille Koosyial 

Set and Costume Designer: Sascha Gilmour 

 

Lighting Designer and Dancefloor Designer: Jack Hathaway

 

Sound Designer: Esther Kehinde Ajayi 

 

Movement Director: Yassmin V. Foster

Caption and Video Designer: Ryan Samuel Davies 

Technical Touring Stage Manager: Ceri Benjamin 

Dramaturg: Phillipe Cato

 

Access Consultant: Kate Lovell

Set Maker: Tom Mills

Graphic Designer: Lavpreet Virk

Originally devised by Justina Kehinde, AK Golding, Keziah Joseph, with dramaturgy form Nicole Acquah.

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Co-produced by the Gate Theatre, commissioned and supported by Camden People's Theatre. 

 

HOT IN HERE was made using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

With support from English Touring Theatre (ETT), ‘I've Got An Idea’ Fund, ARC Stockton, The Lipman-Miliband Trust and The Golsoncott Foundation.

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Arts Council England
The Lipman Miliband Trust
The Golsoncott Foundation
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