Theatre

We Three Kings & A Glass of Nothing – December 2016

This was the premiere of We Three Kings, written by me for Brighton Blonde Productions. It is a gender-bending 21st century nativity, which ran in the Marlborough Theatre Brighton in a double bill with A Glass of Nothing.

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James Kuszewski, Kitty Underhill, Beth Symons and Dylan Corbett-Bader in We Three Kings December 2016 Marlbrough Theatre, Brighton

A Glass of Nothing – May 2016

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Beth Symons in ‘A Glass of Nothing’ pic by David McHugh http://www.brightonpictures.com

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Kitty Underhill and Dylan Corbett-Bader in A Glass of Nothing, pic by David McHugh www.brightonpictures.com

My latest play, a collaboration with Beth Symons as Brighton Blonde Productions, was performed at The Warren, Theatre Box, Brighton on Tuesday 17th, Wednesday 18th, and Thursday 19th May to rave reviews:

“Writer Peter Kenny’s and actor-director Beth Symons’s A Glass of Nothing knows exactly what it’s doing – and who it’s doing it for. The very first lines pop like a Formula 1 celebration and we are delightfully bathed in a stream of deliciously fizzing jokes and observations. Featherweight bliss, this is a real Babysham of a show.” Charley Ville in Broadway Baby

“…dark humour playfully dances on the thin line between imagination and reality. Drowning in beautifully written monologues – it charms, pouts and glitters.” Isabelle Emma Stokes in Arts Award Voice.

Blessed with a sensational cast of Beth Symons, Dylan Corbett-Bader and Kitty Underhill, we aim to restage this quickly.

Earlier plays

  • Betty The Spacegirl (2011) first staged in The Marlborough Theatre. Featured Beth Symons, Mark Gandey and Callum McIntyre.
  • A Bite To Eat (2011) a short sketch about Zombies first staged in The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton. Featured Beth Symons, Mark Gandey and Callum McIntyre
  • Wrong (1999) was first directed and performed by Mindy Chillery, and has seen performances in Glasgow, and at Brighton’s Marlborough Theatre in March and August 2011.
  • The Man Who Could See Through Walls, (1993) was performed at London’s Water Rats Theatre by myself and Mindy Chillery.

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