The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal, Pegasus Theatre in Oxford, The Pomegranate Theatre in Chesterfield and The Civic in Barnsley are just some of the venues KSP will be touring to later this year with its brand new play 'Twelve Miles from Nowhere'. Many other venues are also in the process of booking the production for their autumn season. We hope to be able to announce the full tour details very soon.
Watch the trailer for the show here
"Twelve Miles from Nowhere" has managed to merge the dreams and aspirations found in Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men' mixed with the northern edge found in Barry Hines 'Kes' and the humour in Delaney's 'Taste of Honey' to serve us up a powerful piece of theatre" THE PUBLIC REVIEWS
KSP is currently working with leading New Writing and Young People's Theatre, Action Transport Theatre. We will be touring 'Twelve Miles from Nowhere' nationally during the autumn 2013 and are very excited to announce that National Lottery and Arts Council England have agreed to fund KSP's work again this year.
If you have a venue that would like to host the production then contact us now.
KSP's first production, 'The Incredible Doctor Guttmann' has now sadly finished its first tour. We would like to thank all the venues and audiences throughout the country for making this so special.
...Chambers’ stirring central performance is backed up by splendid performances from his four cast mates. Robert Bradley’s Quartermaster and Rosie Armstrong’s dual roles or ward matron and Else Guttmann provide stirring performances. But it’s the romance between patients Henry (Andy Dear) and Florence (Holly Ridley) that really lifts the spirits. . Scott Matthewman Read all the reviews here