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Live shows of Writing on the Wall on 9, 10 and 11 July

Live shows of Writing on the Wall on 9, 10 and 11 July

This week, we’re beaming live theatre straight to your living room. 

Writing On The Wall is a compilation of short plays – 5 directors,12 actors and 14 fantastic scripts, performed at 7 pm this Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Join us for a one time performance. As it’s a real-time event, each show will be available to watch at the time of the performance only (somewhat like in-person theatre, if your memory stretches that far back…).

Get your ticket for the show here

Writing on the Wall, 9, 10 and 11 July, KDC Theatre
Writing on the Wall, 9, 10 and 11 July, KDC Theatre

Writing on the Wall writers & cast

Congratulations to the winning writers and our cast!

The writing is no longer just on the wall – it’s been put to virtual paper and we have chosen the best ones for our Full Stack show. Many thanks to all writers for their submissions; we had a fantastic time reading all of your plays, and a difficult time picking the ones to win. Book your tickets for the performance now!

But we did have to pick and it is our pleasure to announce the winning writers and their plays for this year’s Full Stack. Drumroll please!

100 Ways The Fire Starts — Max Wilkinson
Best Before — Jonathan Skinner
Box of Joy — Ken Preuss
Don’t Cross The Line Of The Army — Stephen Reimer
Filling Time — Danielle Florence
Hunting — Timothy King
In Full Bloom — Paige Zubel
It Just Is — LH Grant
Like Frogs — Hope Shooter
Lost Judgement — Rex McGregor
Paper Girl — Jim Moss
That Place — Alison Cowieson
The Poe-Ster — Judy Klass
You Haven’t Changed a Bit — Donna Hoke

And of course we need actors for these scripts, so it is double the pleasure to announce our wonderful cast:

Anie Hu
Anjali Dwesar
Caroline Beckett
Doug Dunn
Jamila Jennings-Grant
Kate O’Rourke
Katie Mainwood
Maddie Dunn
Matt Tylianakis
Matthew Ali
Rahul Singh
Tom Cunningham

Our Full Stack show, Writing On The Wall will be performed live online on 09, 10, and 11 July from 7pm.

Get the link to watch the show here: https://www.kdctheatre.com/writing-on-the-wall/

EACH SHOW WILL BE AVAILABLE LIVE AT THE TIME OF PERFORMANCE ONLY.

New web series, launches Monday!

Since the beginning of the year our intrepid devising cast have been beavering away on their new future noir play – Snatch & Merkin. At some point the future… actually happened. But undeterred they have refocused their creativity, and re-written for video! Appropriate… do film noir, better film it…

Over the next several weeks they are going to be releasing 8 video episodes for your delight at home, culminating in a live online performance on 14 June. First episode airs this Monday!

Aren’t we good to you?

All the episodes will be on our S&M page here

Auditions this week

Locked up inside? Only interacting with the wider world by peering through your computer’s tiny webcam? Wanna put some art into that webcam?

Tonight, tomorrow & Thursday we’re auditioning for our Writing on the Wall new writing show. We’re going completely online!

Info & sign up here!

You. Me. (some others). Zoom. Tonight.

Here’s a picture of a pub to remind us what that’s like

From 7pm, line yourself up a snack and a drink and come hang out, and find out about the latest happenin’s! On Zoom. And Facebook, if we can work out how to do that :/

Writing on the Wall auditions

Audition sign-up link for our summer season is here! KDC are going all-digital for the summer, audition from the comfort of your very lovely houses 🙂

Audition Notice for Writing on the Wall

New Writing Competition: Deadline Extended!

The West End may be dark but KDC Theatre isn’t giving up! The show must go on – just in a different format.

This summer, we will be moving our Full Stack shows online, with live virtual performances of the brilliant new plays that have been written.

With this in mind, we are extending the deadline for play submissions to Monday 6 April. So, if you haven’t yet submitted your piece, this is your chance!

For full details, read the KDC Theatre Showdown.