Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Daniel Kitson: It's Always Right Now, Until It's Later (extra dates)

I've sung the praises of comedian/storyteller Daniel Kitson on here more than once, and the recently announced run of his latest show - It's Always Right Now, Until It's Later - at the Lyttleton Theatre (National Theatre, London) sold out sharpish.

However, he's announced a few more performances at the same venue in December:

Monday 19 - Thursday 22 December at 8.30pm
Wednesday 21 - Thursday 22 Dec at 11am

Tickets for all shows will go on sale at 9.30am on Saturday 20 August. They'll be £12 and limited to four per booking, apparently.

Here's the (slightly opaque) blurb from the NT:
This is a show about every single one of us, the past in our pockets, the future in our hearts and us, ourselves, very much stuck, trapped forever, in the tiny eternal moment between the two.

Originally performed at 10am throughout the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe to sold-out audiences of drowsy but delighted devotees and restaged here for the first time at the opposite end of the day. This is without doubt Kitson's most ambitious, heartbreaking and human show to date.

And it's funny. Very funny.
And here's what I've written about him before:

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