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St. Ann’s Warehouse presents

American Premiere
DANIEL KITSON
THE INTERMINABLE SUICIDE
OF GREGORY CHURCH

Jan 6 – Jan 30


­“Unbelievably good”– The Telegraph

"Funny, poignant, richly observant"- The Scotsman
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“an ingeniously simple and hopeful piece of work, turning loneliness into communion”– The Independent


The show to see at the 2009 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, British Stand up comedian and storyteller, Daniel Kitson, brings the story of Gregory Church to St. Ann’s Warehouse for its American Premiere.

Gregory had fifty seven letters to write. He’d never written that many letters, not in one go.  In fact, he’d never written a single letter and it was taking significantly longer than he’d anticipated. He’d started, full of optimism, curiously enough, at 9 am and now here he was 8 hours later half way through letter twenty four. He glanced at his watch and then at the noose hanging over his head.

Gregory sighed.

Had he known how long suicide letters take, he thought, he wouldn’t have cancelled the milk for the morning.

A story of a death postponed by life. 

Run time: 90 min. 


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