Who we are

Brigit Forsyth — Executive Producer

Brigit has been an actress for over 50 years.

She trained at RADA where she won the Emile Littler prize and has toured theatres internationally and nationally, including London’s West End where she played Dusa in Dusa,Fish, Stas and Vi the Pam Gems hit play, and Mare in Calendar Girls. She has toured with The National in Alan Bennett’s play People and recently enjoyed working at the Arcola on Now This is Not The End.

Brigit has had a considerable television career, and is best remembered for Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads? in which she played Thelma. She can currently be seen in Still Open All Hours in which she plays Madge.

She is also a musician, composes for the cello and sings with a band of actors called The Fircones. Brigit has done countless radio plays.

Brigit has enjoyed collaborating to redraft Killing Time several times over the past couple of years. They look forward to working together on this production.

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Zoe Mills — Artistic Director

Zoe trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Her work in theatre includes The Drowned Man for Punchdrunk / The National Theatre, Lost Lending Library for Punchdrunk, Hweol for LASTheatre, Great Expectations, Dry Rot and Bedroom Farce at Theatre By The Lake, Brazil and Back to the Future for Secret Cinema, Effie's Burning at Soho Theatre.

She has also helped to develop and create work with numerous companies including: Punchdrunk, Hope Theatre Company, Fabler Theatre Company, Waking Exploits, Elan/Frantoio and Baz productions.

For TV and film, she has appeared in Emmerdale, The Casimir Effect, Mr Nice and numerous short films.

As a writer, Killing Time is her first full length play. She has previously written short films and taken part in new writing platforms across London.

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Antony Eden — Associate Producer on Killing Time 2017

Antony has had a career in theatre spanning 27 years starting he was 9 years old. As an actor, he has worked in regional theatre, toured nationally and internationally, as well as working in the West End in shows such as Woman in Black and Les Miserables.

As co-founder of his theatre company Dead Letter Perfect, he most recently directed and produced The Gathered Leaves by Andrew Keatley at The Park Theatre.

Director credits: The Gathered Leaves for Park Theatre, Effie’s Burning, Soho Theatre, Sweeney Todd and Kiss of the Spiderwoman at C venues, Edinburgh fringe, Sweet Charity at The Bloomsbury Theatre, The Vice and State of Affairs at The Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks.

Assistant Director credits: Vanity Fair, Trumpets And Raspberries at The Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, director Tony Cowney

Antony is now Associate Director for the UK Tour of Woman in Black.