Philip Gill


In this funny, moving monologue we see brief glimpses of Mick's life. From child to schoolboy and moving into adulthood. He negotiates the twists and turns of life with varying degrees of success.

"We ain't latchkey kids because they can’t afford to get extra keys cut, Mum and Dad say we leave the doors open as we’ve got good neighbours. We haven’t got anything worth nicking anyway".

"Keys" hopes to challenge the audience to consider their sense of identity and security.

Written by Colin Williams and Philip Gill

Performed by Philip Gill

The Cat's Back: 5 May, 8.00pm — 8.30pm,
The Cat's Back: 6 May, 7.00pm — 7.30pm
Tickets: £7.50
Concessions: £5.00
The Cat's Back
86-88 Point Pleasant
SW18 1NN


Theatre & Performance
A bunch of keys
A bunch of keys
Philip's face image
Book tickets for
5 May, 8.00pm 6 May, 7.00pm

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