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Dates:

Dates:

5 - 23 apr

7.45pm

A Good Time Was Had By All

£16/£13/£10 previews

writer

Sam Smithson

director

Sam Smithson

'gripping, thrilling and thought-provoking'

North West End UK

'a great script and an impressive ensemble cast'

Fairy Powered Productions

'a delightfully macabre piece that stimulates all the senses'

London Pub Theatres

'gripping, thrilling and thought-provoking'

North West End UK

'a great script and an impressive ensemble cast'

Fairy Powered Productions

'a delightfully macabre piece that stimulates all the senses'

London Pub Theatres

show info
cast
production team

A dinner party. 
A dark secret.  
A damn good time.  

 A group of university friends reunite over dinner with lots to catch up on. One's getting married, one's working for the BBC, one's just returned from a war zone… 

But what happens when someone isn’t quite how you remembered?   

When the group discover a troubling secret about one of their oldest friends, the night soon spirals as they must come to a difficult decision…  

A Good Time Was Had By All is not for the faint hearted. In an unpredictable show that changes every night, this darkly satirical play explores justice and who has access to it. 

“People aren’t always what they show you, do you understand? People hide things.”

Running time: approximately 80 minutes with no interval

Content warnings: scenes with sexual content; references to sexual assault and drug use

Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time of 7:45pm.
Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance.
No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.

Anna

Hattie Kemish

Hattie Kemish is an actor from the East Midlands who graduated from East 15 Acting School in 2020. She particularly enjoys discovering and workshopping new writing, and her recent credits include ‘Vera’s No Longer a Nihilist’ at Union Theatre, Southwark.

Georgia

Holly McComish

Holly McComish is an actor, writer and performance poet who graduated from East 15 Acting School in 2020. Holly’s Poetry has been recognised by Rupi Kaur and her recent credits include ‘The Runner’ At Greenwich Theatre.

Liz

Bethany Monk Lane

Bethany Monk-Lane is an actor and theatre maker who graduated from East 15 Acting School in 2020. Bethany's recent credits include Bluebeard at the Blue Elephant Theatre, and Fester at The Cockpit.

Chris

Cameron Wilson

Cameron Wilson is an actor, physical theatre performer and acting coach who graduated from Brunel University. He has worked in numerous productions across theatre, film and television including the BBC and the Lion and Unicorn theatre.

writer

Sam Smithson

director

Sam Smithson

producer

Holly McComish/Sam Smithson/Cameron Wilson

stage manager

Meghan Bartual Smyth

costume designer

Meghan Bartual Smyth

composer

Wil Pritchard

intimacy coordinator

Christina Fulcher

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