In 1895 a world-renowned hunting society of five men ventured from their home town of Cridley, England to the majestic plains of Africa with one goal: to hunt an elephant.
However, their journey is fraught with vicious rivalries and moral quandaries, so such a task will present them with the greatest challenge of their lives. An absurdist comedy tackling the stiff upper-lipped upper crust and the perils of peer pressure told through the lens of a distant memory brought about by a letter from a colleague…”
Kieran Walsh Bio
Kieran is actor, a reactor, and pro-tractor; who, on occasion, turns to the page in an effort to broaden his creative horizons, keep that CV active, and silence the cacophony of characters and voices living in his head.
He began in Loose Screw Theatre’s ‘Boxer’, and since then has worked on productions of ‘The Crucible’, ‘Our Town’, ‘Shadow of Heroes’, ‘One Hundred Thousand Breaths’, ‘Henry VI Part III’, ‘Six Days’ Work’, ‘Wife to James Whelan’, ‘The Hall’, ‘The January Show’, ‘Assassins’, ‘Raymond & Dutch: The Case of the Last Green Bag’, and, in recent years, ‘Macbeth’ and most recently popped up by surprise in ‘My Fair Lady’. He also absconded to Russia to appear in the television series Пекарь и красавица, but that was a different time…”
Dates: 4th October
Times : 6.00 – 7.00 pm
Ticket : FREE
Venue : A Little Room -Garter Lane Studio (up the steps next to Delaney’s Florist)