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Our Black Dog Theatre Creation has now teamed up with the West Euston Partnership and the Camden People's Theatre to offer a new project in Camden, London and we couldn't be anymore excited. Our group is open to adults suffering from poor confidence, self-esteem or isolation. We are now also welcoming family, friends or anyone who cares and supports those affected to join us to. We are a very friendly, supportive group who simply use performance skills to have fun and build our confidence. 

The London Black Dog Theatre Creation 


Where? Online via ZOOM (We will be running face-to-face sessions soon)

When? Every Tuesday 


What time?  7.00-8.30pm 

Is there parking? Yes

Cost? Free


Due to Covid, our workshops are currently being held online via Zoom

Zoom is free and easy to use. We will give you all the support you need to use it. 




We did it! Despite Covid:19 and lockdown, we were determined to continue running the project. Not only did we carry on meeting via Zoom, but we recorded our first ever Audio play: “Alice, through the looking glass.” With the support of The Arts Council, we were also able to extend the project another three more months so that we could continue to offer our members support during these unsettling times. The project has been a HUGE success and we’ve had nothing but positive feedback from everyone. We already have several new members wanting to join us in our next project in 2021 where we hope to work with Artist Jacob Anderson and the Puppet Soup Theatre Company before creating a performance of Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl.


We recently joined forces with The Puppet Soup Theatre Company and Artist Jacob Anderson to deliver a free 3-Week course online via Zoom. The course was designed to use the creative arts to support people stuck at home during the lockdown. Members from both Black Dog groups worked with members of our Story Box and Unscene Women’s group as well as members from The Puppet Soup projects. We even had someone joining us from the US. The project was a wonderful success, and we were taught how to make our own puppets using materials found at home and how to design and make our own pop up theatre model.


We are incredibly excited to announce that we have teamed up with The Camden People's Theatre and the Old Diorama Arts Theatre in Camden for our 2022 project. Please watch this space...

What do we do?
-Developing confidence 
-Drama games 
-Working with puppets 
-Working with masks
-Developing a chorus
-Fun with Performance poetry
-Movement and voice activities 
-Developing stories 
-Bringing children's stories to life
-Exploring historical stories and bringing them to life
-Creating characters 
-Making our own staging & props
-Fun with tongue twisters 
-Stories from postcards and pictures 
-Music and song workshops 
-Devising plays 
-Trips to the theatre
-Fundraising activities 
-Creating our own short films 
-Creative writing 
-Developing independence 
-Team work 
-Making costumes and sound effects 
and lots lots more... 

Our Every picture tells a story Mini Project

We've recently been exploring how pictures can be used as a stimuli to inspire stories and performances. Below are some audio recordings which we made via Zoom of some of our stories:

Find out more about the Every Picture Tells a Story Mini Project by clicking below 

Mask Making with Jacob Anderson


Over the past few weeks, we have teamed up with Artist and Theatre Designer Jacob Anderson to learn more about the Ancient Greek Theatre and Theatre Mask making. We started off by creating our own masks in the style of the Ancient Greek chorus. Once we’d got the hang of the basic techniques, we then designed and made our own character masks for the story of Theseus and the Minotaur.


We then put these masks into action by creating our very own performance on Zoom.

Here are some pictures of some of our finished masks!

We then recorded our very own performance on Zoom for fun!

Find out more about Artist Jacob Anderson by clicking below: 

Wind in the Willows Audio play


To kick of 2022 we have been busy working online via ZOOM to develop our voice acting skills and characterisation by creating a new special adaptation of the classic Wind in the Willows story.

 Join Toad, Ratty, Mole, Badger and their animal friends for an exciting whirlwind adventure amidst the English countryside. The Wind in the Willows is a funny, timeless tale of friendship, courage, consequences and bravery.


When Mole forfeits his seasonal cleaning for the lure of the luscious riverbank, he has no idea of the thrilling journey that he and his friends are all about to embark on.

Since we began the Black Dog Theatre Creation we have been incredibly lucky to have been supported by the many organisations including:

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