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'The writing is fabulously blackly comic and timed to perfection.'
Deirdre O'Halloran Literary Associate, Soho Theatre.
''The bastard child of 'Dog Day Afternoon... A must see' - Rachel Mount
''A fast-paced, wise-cracking, full-on thriller of a show. Very well written and emotionally charged. Funny and moving by turns. A great, intimate, surprising night out''. Danielle Chapman
''Unexpected, powerful, brilliant, great and pertinent subject matter - surprising and moving. 10/10''. Doon Mackichan
"Brilliant show. Really enjoyed it. Very inspiring." Sally Holloway - comedian
‘’Bleak as , but, utterly fabulous and captivating’’ Audience member The Garage
Time Please is a new work by writer / performers John Knowles and Kate Tym. A darkly-comic play, set in a run-down pub in a never up-and-coming part of town. The over-riding grimness being offset by the misplaced optimism of barman Steve, and the epic sarcasm of his wife, Cath. Enter, Keith Goodman, shambolic and drunk and with a planet-size chip on his shoulder. Keith is chock-full of wild conspiracy theories and grudges and has a hatched a plan to get his story heard and so begins a lock-in like no other.
Kate Tym and John Knowles have written and performed together for around five years. Their work has been described as hilarious and deeply-disturbing by turns. Kate and John like to perform in unconventional spaces and do away with raised stages and proscenium arches - preferring to be in a setting where the intimacy of the audience is essential to the atmosphere of the piece.
For a full EPK please contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org
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