Fraser Cannon and Aslan Productions


★★★★★ Three Weeks
★★★★★ The Public Reviews 
★★★★ Exeunt
★★★★ Metro

Winner - Best New Writing (Catch), Lost Theatre Festival 2010
Finalist - London Theatre Writing Award, 2010
Nominated - Best Actress, The Stage Awards 2011
Top Ten Theatre Shows To See in Edinburgh - Spoonfed 2011
As featured on Mervyn Stutter's Pick of the Fringe

Something snaps. I think catch, catch it. The door slams.

Three exciting short plays by award-winning writer, Emma Jowett (co-writer of Analogue's Beachy Head and Mile End). Directed by Call the Midwife's Ben Caplan

Inspired by real life events, the stories are devastating accounts of how a minute in one day can change our lives forever; how one split second of action, or inaction, can make us the victim or hero of our impulses.

This is intimate, raw story-telling that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Directed by Ben Caplan
Written by Emma Jowett
Re-designed by Kate Unwin
Lighting by Sherry Coenen
Sound and Music by Simon Slater
Assistant Director: Tom Latter
Associate Producer: Euan Borland
Technical Stage Manager: Christopher Marsh-Hilfiker

Shian Denovan
Harry Lobek
Teresa Jennings
Jacek Wytrzymaly
Sophie Spreadbury

Thursday 25 April, 7.45pm

Stahl Theatre, Oundle School
West Street
Peterborough PE8 4EJ
Box office: 01832 273930

Friday 3 May

Carriageworks Theatre
3 Millennium Square
Leeds LS2 3AD
Box office: (0113) 224 3801

Monday 6 May, 8pm

Greenwich Theatre
Croom's Hill
London SE10 8ES
Tickets: £10 / £15
Box office: 020 8858 7755

Thursday, 9 May 2013, 8pm

Harrow Arts Centre
171 Uxbridge Road
Hatch End HA5 4EA
Tickets: £12 / £10
Box office: 020 8416 8989

Friday, 10 May, 8pm

Dugdale Centre
Thomas Hardy House
39 London Road, Enfield Town
Enfield, EN2 6DS
Tickets: £11.00 / £12.00
Box office: 020 8379 1000 

Tuesday, 21 May, 8pm

Plough Arts Centre
9-11 Fore St, Devon EX38 8HQ
01805 624624

Friday, 31 May, 8pm

Firestation Arts Centre
The Old Court, St Leonards Road,
Windsor SL4 3BL
01753 866865




Premiered August 2011, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Festival Fringe by Aslan Productions and Fraser Cannon Productions