A Generous Lover

(La JohnJoseph)

A Generous Lover by La JohnJoseph is the true and very queer tale of one soul’s journey through the wasteland of mental illness, to deliver their lost love. Brimming with psychedelic proletarian prose, and trenchant wit, it recounts the pandemonium of navigating mental health services on behalf of a loved one, whilst being transfeminine, and occasionally mistaken for a patient.

Supported by Camden People’s Theatre

If you LOVE La JohnJoseph, like we do, you can also catch a new commission from And What? Queer. Arts. Festival with La JohnJoseph for just £5 The Saddest Songs in The World is a new experimental concert work-in-progress taking place in a very unusual SHAFT! Don’t miss it.


CPT was founded 24 years ago and is one of Britain’s most influential studio theatres. Their mission is to champion different ways of thinking about the world by supporting emerging artists making inventive new theatre – particularly about issues that matter to people now. Their work is rooted in the communities of Camden and London, and through it, CPT celebrates the bold, the spirited and the unconventional.

And What? Queer. Arts. Festival. SPECIAL OFFER: There are THREE mega-shows at CPT with And What? so, why not use the ‘&What‘ to get 15% off 2 of more tickets at any of the 3 CPT shows within the programme

Also at CPT: Everything I Am by Natasha Simone and Kingdom by Artists of Affection

Image: Attila Kenyeres

Event Information

Date: 2-3 October, 9pm

Admission: £12/10 (conc.)

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Venue information

Camden People’s Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Rd, Kings Cross, London NW1 2PY, UK
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