Tim Key and Daniel Kitson star in the London premiere of Tree, a two-hander about dissent, commitment, two people and a tree.

Written by Kitson in the summer of 2013, before being re-written, learnt and rehearsed with Key at the Battersea Arts Centre, the production is set on a quiet residential street on an autumn evening as it’s just getting dark and a man with a picnic basket arrives late at a tree.

Tree follows productions of Other Desert Cities, Clarence Darrow, The Crucible and Electra in being performed in-the-round.

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