Big thanks to everyone who auditioned! We are very happy to announce our casts for this season, congratulations to all of these humans:
Hand to God
The spring season is go! Was great to meet everyone at the launch party, I’ve mostly got over my hangover now. So it’s time to assemble our casts!
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday at 6:40pm at Deptford Lounge. Come any evening you like, and you can audition for all three shows on a single evening. You don’t need to prepare anything, and all the details are in the notices above.
Merry Christmas! Our gift to you: KDC will be running our Spring Season cast auditions on evenings of 14, 15 & 16th January. Come to any of the audition evenings, and you can audition for all three (or just one or two) of the shows on the same evening. See below for the details…
Oh yes it’s time to get an early present from us here at KDC Theatre — our Spring Season shows are all ready for you to get excited about!
Join us at the season launch party on 10 January at the Hoop & Grapes pub in Farringdon to hear from the directors and about all they ways you can get involved. Cast auditions will be the following week.
19-23 March. Directed by Anna Markland
Moscow’s number hit music station is launching their annual phone-in charity fundraiser … or at least they would be, if their biggest rivals hadn’t already stolen their theme. Join the DJs and station management as they try to save the day whilst dealing with endangered animals, suspicious pies, the Russian navy, office romance and of course – the best musical acts. After all, this is – Maybe Radio.
Hand to God
26-30 March. Directed by Duncan Moore
All hell breaks loose in a small Texan town in this blood-dark comedy. Recently widowed Margery runs a Christian Puppet Ministry at the local church. Soon Jason, her son, discovers that his puppet’s gone rogue and has taken on a shocking personality all of its own. This lightning-paced comedy tackles the big themes of death, grief, depression, guilt and religious hypocrisy, with a little help from one foul-mouthed puppet.
2-6 April. Directed by Danielle Florence & Carl Fletcher
Hush Now is a semi-devised piece utilising physical theatre and puppetry to tell the story of a family fractured by grief. The play centres around a teenager haunted by his own guilt. He navigates the world in a new way since his father was taken from him, but as the pain he feels festers and grows, so does the monster that begins to torment him…
Auditions 14, 15, 16 January!