KILTER are proud to present a double bill of two works in progress, exploring the lives ofthose that are all too often ignored, forgotten and lost, through humour, physical theatre
and new writing.
Our displaced darlings.
Two are arriving.
One is leaving.
You’ve come about the room?
An exploration through physical theatre, text and clowning of feeling like one of the others and laughing through it. In the dusty aftermath of Brexit, Grenfell and the refugee crisis, how do we make an impact on the world?
Originally developed at East 15 Acting School under the mentorship of Uri Roodner. Devised and performed by Gabriella Leon, Phoebe Stapleton & Ed Theakston.
Why are we fixated on all the grisly details? Three short monologue plays, about the people on the inside and outside of our country’s prisons.
Based on hours of testimony from inmates, each night join us for an insight into a different
person, a different situation, isolated in the same bleak surroundings.
Written by Katie Coull. Co-directed by Katie Coull and Ed Theakston.
KILTER is an emerging collaborative theatre company, established in 2016 by Ed Theakston and Katie Coull. We make risky, formally inventive and confronting theatre that responds to and seeks to change the world around us. Previous productions include Bit of Sunshine (Theatre503 / EdFringe / Best Play award at LOST Theatre Festival), The Waves (Debut Festival) and Attic (Kings Head Theatre, co-production with RedDeer Theatre).