Bill Bill Bill
By Dastardly Productions and Knot Theatre
Bill Bill Bill; a triple dipped, triple clown, triple bill show from collaborators Knot Theatre and Dastardly Productions. See three un-Bill-ievable solos take the stage with pizzazz and alacrity. Their comedic takes on dance, music, and bureaucracy aim to delight… and they’ll do anything to win you over.
Three brand new, original solos performed and directed by Felix Crossley-Pritchard, Georgia Kellett, and Jeremy Hunt, these clowns will knock your socks off and tie them in knots, the dastardly devils! Come and see their clownish, innocent and downright silly approach to overcoming the “whoopsie-daisies” of their little lives.
Jeremy Hunt is a Pōneke based performer, writer, producer and theatremaker as well as the artistic director of Dastardly Productions. He has a passion for lighthearted, silly shows with a focus of telling ridiculous stories that inspire laughter and joy. His recent credits include Plant a Seed and The White Tree with Little Dog Barking Theatre Company, as well as Sexwise with the Theatre in Health Education Trust. Previous Dastardly Productions shows include Ted Talks Crimes and Too Many Dead People.
Georgia Kellett is the creative director of Knot Theatre working as Creator, Writer, and Producer for the company. With a flair for visually dynamic theatre, Georgia uses her knowledge of acting and dance styles to choreograph and perform physical theatre works. As a 2020 graduate of Stage and Screen Arts at Te Auaha, Georgia strives to bring forward works that integrate all elements of theatre from set to light to movement.
Felix Crossley-Pritchard is a theatre maker and performer originally from North Wales. His passion has always been for music-led storytelling, often in conjunction with dance or physical theatre. In looking to experiment with new projects, he thoroughly enjoys developing these short works which hold the character at heart. Felix has already besmirched/graced the BATS floors twice this year, as part of the eccentric ensemble musical hit Too Much Hair and later creating the puppet-filled magic of Burrowers in collaboration with Georgia Kellett.