Daniel Kitson: IT'S ALWAYS RIGHT NOW, UNTIL IT'S LATER
26 June 12 - 30 June 12
A SHOW BY DANIEL KITSON ABOUT EVERYTHING AND NOTHING
Independent, Evening Standard, The List, Metro, Sunday Times
The Guardian, The Herald, The Scotsman, The Times, Time Out
This is a show about every single one of us, the past in our pockets, the future in our hearts and us, ourselves, very much stuck, trapped forever, in the tiny eternal moment between the two.
Originally performed at 10.00am throughout the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe Festival to sold-out audiences of drowsy but delighted devotees, IT'S ALWAYS RIGHT NOW, UNTIL IT'S LATER is without doubt Kitson's most ambitious, heartbreaking and human show to date.
And it's funny. Very funny!
‘Day by day nothing seems to change, but pretty soon everything is different.' Calvin (and Hobbes)
'A GLORIOUS 90 minutes of storytelling...Joyous and spellbinding' Independent
'SUBLIME...He doesn't waste a single, heartfelt word and we hang on every one of them.' Metro
Created at the Invisible Dot and Battersea Arts Centre in July 2010 with the uncommon kindness and heroic assistance of Rob Pell-Wallpole, Anya Tavkar, Russell Carr, Greg Borrell and Simon Pearce.
Image by Daniel Kitson