Seven Ages

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Essentially a comedy - with touching moments in it - Seven Ages explores the idea that we go through seven stages in life. From infancy - through love and wisdom - to growing old disgracefully.

Fresh from a sell out world tour, Seven Ages has been seen at over 300 venues across the UK. It received 5 star reviews at the Edinburgh Festival before transferring to London, where it received a standing ovation on it's opening and closing nights!

 Taking true stories from their own upbringings, Tomlinson and Hood create amusing or touching scenes based on a variety of topics. These topics often include; childhood adventures, falling in love, finding a job, becoming a parent and enjoying new hobbies in retirement.

Seven Ages has been praised for it's wonderful combination of comedy, drama and pathos, as it explores two of the most important questions one can ever ask oneself: Why am I here? and What's important in my life? A truly unique show, that makes one re-assess one's priorities in life, whilst simultaneously making you laugh. Suitable for 6-106 year olds.

Kevin Tomlinson is now recognised as one of the UK's leading comic improvisers. His career took off In 1999, when he performed alongside the cast of Whose Line Is It Anyway? and Hollywood actor Jonathan Pryce at the famous Hackney Empire, in a Charity Comedy Show. Abi Hood, was a recent guest lead in ITV's The Bill.


Kevin Tomlinson single-handedly cheered up a huge audience, making us laugh and giggle throughout his evening voyage through the 7 ages of man. He created characters and situations based on suggestions from audience members, improvising with the simplest of props and costumes with good masks and expert voice work. It was a perfect show for a community audience and for a winter's evening. Kevin's a comedic genius! Highly recommended for other NTA promoters and lets see some more Kepow productions. Sue Carverhill

Event Details
Title: Seven Ages
Artist: Kepow Theatre Company
Date: March 2nd, 2018
Start Time: 19:30
Venue: Litchborough Village Hall
Artform: Theatre
Box Office Telephone: 01327 830932