Jack Brownridge-Kelly and Theatre503 presents
Colin has moved to Cornwall. Below his new home stands a shed. Forgotten. Unloved. Ideal for growing in…and according to one curious stranger, soon to be blown up.
A satirical dark comedy about rural communities, isolation and the dangers of obsessively trying to fit in, Cold, Dark Matters follows a new resident’s rural retreat into the murky underwaters of a community in Cornwall, where everything is not as it seems…
“Beautifully written, structured, and performed… Loved it!” – Mark Jenkin (BAFTA Winning Film Director of BAIT and ENYS MEN).
Jack Brownridge-Kelly is a writer and performer from Cornwall. He is an alumni of The Royal Court’s prestitious Introduction to Playwrighting course. He has performed in London and across the Southwest.
Theatre credits include: Further than the Furthest Thing, Superstition Mountain (The Minack), The Stranger on the Bridge (Tobacco Factory Theatre/Salisbury Playhouse), In My Lungs The Ocean Swells (Vault Festival).
Running time: 50 minutes (no interval)
Age guidance: 14+
Content information: This show contains themes that some audience members may find distressing. If this sounds like it could apply to you, you can view content information here.
Jack is alumnus of The Royal Court's Introduction to Playwrighting Programme. He trained as an actor at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and has since performed in numerous theatres across the Southwest (Tobacco Factory, Salisbury Playhouse, Theatre Royal Plymouth). In Cornwall he has recently performed with o-region (NADELIK) and The Minack (Superstition Mountain, Further Than The Furthest Thing). Jack will also be appearing in comedian Joe Lycett's upcoming short film 'MARK'.
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