In 2010, or maybe 2011, it’s hard to be certain about these things, I wrote and performed a show called It’s Always Right Now, Until It’s Later. I originally performed it in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the Traverse Theatre every morning at 10.30 before restaging it at St Anns Warehouse in New York, The National Theatre in London and The Royal Exchange in Manchester.
This film was made on one single night towards the end of the Manchester run and is the entire show, in real time. We showed it at the Latitude festival a couple of years ago, but besides that it’s just been sitting on various hard drives whilst I decide what to do with it.
This feels like a slight shame, because I do think it’s pretty good and over Christmas 2015 I had the idea of putting together a limited tour of interesting, lovely or odd cinemas, where I would introduce a screening of the film.
That’s happened in the Uk in 2016 and in Australia earlier this year.
Now it’s happening at LLAWN
The film is 95 minutes – so including my pre-recorded introduction as I can’t be in Llandudno and any bits of faff, you’re probably best off allowing 2 hours in total.
Daniel Kitson – May 29th 2017
Showing at The Tabernacle on Sunday 17th September.
Doors open at 7:00pm, film starts at 7:30pm.
Running Time: 2 hours
Suitable For : PG