Timothy

"Whatever you do, don't let him kill you."

“Whatever you do, don’t let him kill you.”

Sweet. Cheerful. Incredibly handsome. Timothy is a husband to die for – no wonder his wife is worried.

Yvonne and Susan don’t know what to expect when their best friend invites them to a meeting in her cellar. But when Annette claims her perfect husband is planning to kill her, they find themselves drawn into a tangled web of rash accusation and rising panic. With Timothy hard at work in the kitchen, and dinnertime fast approaching, can the three women separate fact from fiction and escape with their lives?

Written by Offie-nominated playwright David K. Barnes and Michael Milne, Timothy is a tense black comedy that will keep you guessing.

Theatre
1hr 00m
The Vaults
14 — 18 Mar 18:00
£14.50
12+
18:00
17 Mar
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About the company

Snatchback

Snatchback is a new audio and theatre production company dedicated to telling female-led stories. Building on the ‘equal representation for actresses campaign’ we champion female-led productions and seek to normalise 50/50 casts which at least equally represent women.

Snatchback is only just beginning, this will be our first theatre production. Our first female-led podcast ‘Drayton Trench’ with the Wireless Theatre Company hit iTunes earlier this year.

Written by David K. Barnes
Directed by Rafaella Marcus
Designed by Clancy Flynn
Produced by Richard Welbirg & Beth Eyre

Cast:
Annette – Hannah Sinclair Robinson
Yvonne -Amani Zardoe
Susan- Beth Eyre
Timothy – Henry Wyrley-Birch

Artistic Team
Directed by
Rafaella Marcus

Press & Reviews

What’s On Stage

‘Blissfully funny’ ★★★★

EdFringe Review

‘Brilliantly written.’ ★★★★

Praise for David K. Barnes

‘Inspired comedy’ The Times – for Wooden Overcoats

'The laughs keep coming’ The Guardian – for Birthday Suit