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Actor, Writer and Theatre Maker

'KitKat' is a brilliant and offbeat representation of grief, using slang so modern you’d think it was written this morning, but being so polished in its performance you’d think it had been playing theatres for decades. It’s a strange thing, fresh and timeless.

It’s been written with near molecular precision, offering humour to young and old audiences alike. The humour is never too heavy-handed, and the two characters make for great conversation, both on stage and in our audience’s minds.

Phillip Carter on 'Have A Break, Have A KitKat'

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