Pity About Kitty

Plus three monologues by Patrick Adams
Four beautifully-written slices of life
Sun 15 Sep 2013 to Sat 21 Sep 2013
Hampton Hill Theatre: Coward Studio
“Excellent - really captivating and emotional”
“It brought me to tears - very moving”
“Written in the 80's but very topical today”

This unique combination of play and monologues comes from two local playwrights, both connected to Teddington Theatre Club.

In Jimmie Chinn’s Pity About Kitty, Staff Nurse Kitty gets carried away giving evidence at a medical tribunal and finds her helpful deeds misunderstood. The three monologues by Patrick Adams, who recently won the top award at an artsrichmond playwriting festival, explore the lives of a middle-aged woman, a young disabled girl and a military man.

An amateur production by arrangement with Samuel French Limited
Production Photos: 
Staff Nurse Kitty Curtis
Sister Betty Strong
Senior Nursing Officer Cross
Sir Cuthbert Spry
Waiting for Sheila
Just Afloat
Production Team & Crew: 
Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
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