Kilometer Zero Theatre

The squats offered a nurturing ground for what was to become Kilometer Zero Theatre. The first show was a staged reading of a one act play, and from this grew an astonishingly robust theatre company. A slew of full productions followed, both in squats and professional theatres, both in Paris and internationally, both new writing and innovative treatments of established work.


Until I Get my Gorgeous Wings
a new play by Adrian Hornsby

Three Parts
a new play by Adrian Hornsby

Marion Davies & the Moon
a new play by Adrian Hornsby

The Dumb Waiter
— two hit men in a basement waiting
by Harold Pinter

— part of a global response to the invasion of Iraq
by Aristophanes

— exploitation of a phthisic god
a new play by Adrian Hornsby

First Love
— a recite for theatre of Beckett’s seminal post-war novella
by Samuel Beckett

— a fiery absurdist dance parable
devised by Kilometer Zero

Typewriter Piece
a short for theatre by Adrian Hornsby

a short film by Adrian Hornsby

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View the chronological list of Kilometer Zero Theatre Company Productions