What’s On

Casts for our Summer Season have been announced:

Dinner – written by Moira Buffini, directed by Chris Davis
The Arsonists – written by Max Frisch, translated by Alastair Beaton, directed by Andy Marchant

Our New Writing season concludes with a the Round Table Reading on Thursday 21 at the Hoop and Grapes, Farringdon. Join us from 7pm.  

In anticipation of the Annual General Meeting on Thursday 18 June, we have an open committee meeting on Tuesday 2 June; if you’re interested in getting involved in running the company, come along and find out what it takes to run KDC. At the AGM we will be electing a new committee; if you’ve been involved in a show in the last 12 months, you have a vote. Use it!

13 June sees us assembling at our lockup in Earlsfield; the theme will be costumes. Bag a giveaway bargain, help us catalogue what we’ve got and join us for a drink or two afterwards.

Put the Autumn and Winter season newcomers, auditions and show dates in your diary. See below for more details.

Dates for your Diary

May

21 – New Writing Round Table – Hoop and Grapes, Farringdon

June

2 – Open Committee Meeting – venue tbc
13 – Costume Clearout and Giveaway – Earlsfield Lockup
18 – Annual General Meeting – venue tbc
23-27 – Dinner, by Moira Buffini – Lion & Unicorn Theatre, Kentish Town

July

2 – Annual General Meeting – venue tbc
7-11 – The Arsonists, by Max Frisch, trans. Alastair Beaton – Lion & Unicorn Theatre, Kentish Town
25 – Summer Social Picnic

August

13 – Autumn/Winter Newcomers – venue tbc
17-19 – Autumn Auditions – venue tbc
22 – Autumn Recalls – venue tbc

September

14-15 – Winter Auditions – venue tbc
19 – Winter Recalls

October

19-24 – Autumn Season Week 1 – Barons Court Theatre
26-31 – Autumn Season Week 2 – Barons Court Theatre

November

16-21 – Winter Season – Rosemary Branch Theatre, Shoreditch

About Us

KDC Theatre is a Central London based amateur theatre group dedicated to providing all those who live or work in London with an opportunity to act in, or be involved backstage on, a play.

All ages and experience are welcome and we currently have over 1000 members on our books. The only subscriptions payable are if you get cast in a show.  Everything else is free.

Look out for auditions, socials and our famous round table reading evenings. We also plan to run technical familiarisation days for budding crew.

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