Paul Kemp opens to the press this evening in Seven Year Twitch at the Orange Tree Theatre. Paul plays the role of Charlie in this new comedy of marital calamity by the author of How to be Happy and Monkey’s Uncle.
Fran arranges a dinner party and cooks an aubergine parmigiana. Husband Terry fails to turn up because he is searching for a Yellow-bellied Flycatcher in Norfolk. This is the last straw in their seven year marriage. Professionals are called in and friends, therapists and even the birds become embroiled in the escalating crisis.
Seven Year Twitch runs until 22nd June. For more information, click hereOverview
Paul has worked widely across theatre, recently appearing in the The Audience at the Nuffield Southampton directed by Samuel Hodges.
His previous theatre credits include Imperium for the RSC at the Gielgud Theatre, Richard III at the Arcola Theatre, Smee in Wendy And Peter Pan with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Ghost Stories West End, The Lady From The Sea at The Manchester Royal Exchange, The Crucible at Regent's Park Open Air Festival, My Wonderful Day and Woman in Mind Vaudeville Theatre, West End and New York and How The Other Half Loves for The Sir Peter Hall Company.About Sainou
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