Hand To God

This March Tyrone is taking over the Barons Court Theatre. Book your tickets now to see this hilarious blood-dark comedy.
Advisory: This show contains explicit, sexual and sacrilegious content by both humans and puppets.

26-30 March, 7:30pm, Barons Court Theatre, £14/£10.

Box office: 020 8932 4747.

Cast – in order of appearance

Tyrone – Tyrone

Tyrone has long desired to be on stage and feels like this, his stage debut, is a part that was made for him. In his spare time, Tyrone likes singing, swearing and swimming though he takes an awfully long time to dry. His favourite stroke is the breaststroke. He hasn’t really enjoyed working with the rest of the cast and plans to move to Hollywood following the show, to further his acting career with the likes of Miss Piggy, his movie idol.

Kate Moore – Margery

After a four-year hiatus from the stage while she focused on her writing career, Kate is thrilled to be returning in Hand to God – not least because this show allows her to channel (for about five seconds) her life-long love of The Muppets. Previous acting roles include Fabiana in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Paulina in The Winter’s Tale and Beatrice-Joanna in The Changeling. Kate has also directed for KDC, with her production of These Shining Lives inspiring her New York Times bestseller The Radium Girls. Follow her on Twitter @katebooks.

Grace Arnold – Jessica

This is Grace’s fourth production with KDC, as she has previously performed in What Keeps Me Awake, Otherwordly and Salomé. She thoroughly enjoys performing, recently playing the role of Miranda in NSFW by Lucy Kirkwood at the Camden Fringe and the Edinburgh Fringe festivals. Prior to that, she performed in and directed a number of plays at university, such as A Chorus Line and Romeo and Juliet. Outside of acting, she is an English teacher at a secondary school in West London. Grace would like to thank KDC for letting her do another show, and to the lovely cast of Hand to God.

Govind Hodgson Timothy

2019 is Govind’s 10 year anniversary with KDC and to celebrate he is going to write the remainder of this bio in the first person. I have loved every KDC production I’ve been involved in but this is something truly different. I’m not going to say a word. Just watch, and enjoy.

Nick Edwards – Jason

This is Nick’s 9th time on stage for KDC, having also worked on a number of other shows as director and assistant director. More recent shows include Bones and Othello. Whilst he has relished the challenge of playing a foul mouthed puppet as well as his owner, he does look forward to a life without talking to himself like a crazy person every evening in his dual roles! This one has certainly been a heck of a ride…!

Neil Forster – Pastor Greg

Neil is very excited to be performing again at the Barons Court Theatre, having previously appeared here in A Clockwork Orange, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. As a young lad growing up in the North East, Neil spent his days riding the coal truck to school and dreaming of a life after gas lamps. In 1996 he realised his dream of landing a part in the multi-award-winning series Byker Grove, and he’s never looked back.