Kitchener can write a brilliant comedy sketch and he scatters them generously. Clearly, he’s a playwright to watch
With his water-tight script, Kitchener has crafted something akin to an exceptional sitcom, conducting the audience to gasp, laugh, groan and cheer in all the right places.
The Stage on Positive
West End Wilma
A timely look at love and monogamy; a funny, frank and razor-sharp examination of modern gay relationships.
Unrequited love, bitter break-ups, loud sex, the afterlife, dressage and accidental murder are all covered in this relentlessly entertaining collection of six short plays.
The story of Benji, a twentysomething living with HIV. This isn’t a story about doom, gloom and death, though – it’s about Benji’s struggles with stigma, and the anxiety that comes with it.
SPOILER: Nobody dies.
O one-act drama about Leanne, a young woman who faked her own death and escaped to live in a caravan in the woods under a new identity, a long way from home.
Writer & Director
Four friend try to breathe new life into their static love lives, with the help of gloriously campy Steps bangers.
A one-act two-hander about a former couple thrown back together by a huge storm a year after their split...
Hit long-running drama about a group of teenage friends and their families.