Kaiden will be performing in an evening of new writing at the Rosemary Branch Theatre for one-night only on 7th May. The evening, entitled Snapshots, is a project of LEMAD, a theatre company consisting of five talented writers committing to bringing their voices, in the form of exciting new writing, to the stage.
The evening will consist of four separate, self-contained short plays with performances at 6pm and 8pm each written by a different LEMAD writer. Kaiden will be performing in Crow by Liz Jardine-Smith, directed by the brilliant Rachel Knightley. Crow sees work colleagues Dan (Kaiden) and Maisie (Tara Dowd) after-hours getting ready to take part in the vote counting process as volunteers on election night. However, cheeky chappy Dan has things other than politics on his mind as he tries to seduce a reluctant Maisie. Nevertheless, Maisie’s reluctance does not come from a place of disinterest and her fear of intimacy rears it’s head as she starts to drop her defences and open up to Dan about her and her past. Crow is a funny, poignant and touching look at two people on the verge of something potentially very special. While political change could overhaul the country as the votes are counted and verified, the same evening could change Dan and Maisie’s relationship forever.
Tickets are available to buy here.