KDC Theatre's autumn season at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre
THE KDC Theatre is a Central London based amateur theatre group dedicated to giving Londoners the chance to put on and perform plays. Their 2013 autumn season at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre includes:
What The Dickens!, a season of eight short plays adapted from short stories by one of Britain’s greatest storyteller’s, Charles Dickens.
From vengeful spirits, to gruesome murders, to haunting premonitions, to things that go bump in the night, KDC Theatre is closing the curtains and turning on the flashlights to celebrate the spirit world this Halloween.
The What the Dickens! season will alternate between a night of Victorian stories (The Bleakest House – October 30 and November 1, 5, 7 and 9 at 7.30pm) and a night of modern stories (Twisted – October 29 and 31 and November 2, 6 and 8 at 7.30pm).
Jacqui Adams, Andy Marchant and Kim Morrison direct, with Amy Bird, Frances Bushe, Julia Collier, Carl Fletcher, Mary Groom, Andy Marchant, Jimi Odell and Kathy Petrakis.
Tiger at the Gates – Tuesday November 19 to Saturday, November 23 at 7.30pm.
Written by Jean Giraudoux , translated by Christopher Fry and directed by Nick Mouton, Tiger at the Gates is a brilliant and bitter comedy set within Troy, a city doomed to betrayal and destruction.
Hamlet by William Shakespeare – Tuesday, November 26 to Saturday, November 30 at 7.30pm.
Directed by Kat Wootton, this modern version sees Hamlet played as a teenage girl.
Tickets: £12/£8 – available from the box office on 08444 77 1000 or from Ticketweb.
For more information visit www.lionandunicorntheatre.com/.