The Gift

The Gift

Abbie is going through the motions of life, a job she hates, ambitions she once had are disappearing, and there’s too much talking with not enough action. But then she makes a new friend at work. And suddenly life is a bit more bearable. And a lot of fun again! As much as she is having a good time, there is something about this new person in her life which she can’t quite figure out. It’s almost like she’s hiding something…..

Kevin Lee’s new play looks at how we engage with each other in today’s world against the backdrop of social media, our reliance on it and the fine line between reality and illusion.

These will be work in progress shows

 

About the Playwright

Kevin Lee is a playwright, director and theatre producer from Sydenham in South East London. His previous work includes:

The Beautiful Game (Drayton Arms Theatre), Behind Closed Doors (Drayton Arms Theatre), Different Class (Barons Court, Etcetera Theatre), Time for Heroes (Barons Court), Cyrano of Brixton (The Brockley Jack Theatre), girl-friend (The Hen and Chickens Theatre, Barons Court Theatre)

 

Production Team

Writer / Director / Producer: Kevin Lee

Cast: Ciaran Duce, Matthew Egan, Emma Grier, Clea Martin, Anna Sairo, Nina Schlautmann, Xavier Starr, Adam Strawford, Krystina Westall



Theatre Company Reviews:

Previous praise for Kevin Lee's work:

★★★★★ A triumph of the dialogue that it doesn’t cast judgement, it simply listens – Everything Theatre

 ★★★★ Kevin Lee has undoubtedly created a brilliant piece here – Upper Circle

An insightful, realistic depiction of young relationships in our millennial age, allowing us as the audience to reflect and relate – Everything Theatre

★★★★ A play that everyone must see! – The Upcoming  

★★★★ – South London Press 

Previous praise for Kevin Lee's work:

An authentic and heartfelt drama about friendship, love, and war from one of London’s most talented young writers – Everything Theatre

★★★★ A production that is rich in both comedy and drama – Remotegoat

This new play should be applauded for not following what seems to be a pervasive trend in contemporary theatre – Londontheatre1

★★★★ – London Pub Theatres

Production Details


Run Time:

  • One Act: 60 mins


Age Restrictions:

  • None


Tickets:


Performances:

  • Sun 7th Apr 2019 - 7:30 pm

  • Mon 8th Apr 2019 - 7:30 pm

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