Manage episode 293557327 series 2886830
Join Molly as this week she chats to Kiara Hawker. Kiara had her work, The Happisburgh Hominids, showcased at this year's Norwich Fringe Festival as part of the finale event 'Not The End'. They delve into the topic of Social Prescribing, why Kiara bases the games Death would be good at on the ones her boyfriend is skilled at and the practicalities of snacking in rural areas.
Since training at Kingston University and The Rose Theatre Kingston, Kiara has acted mainly on the stage. Her work includes: outdoor Shakespeare; regional tours with Stuff of Dreams Theatre Company in The Bricks of Burston, The Poisoners’ Pact and Forgotten; site-specific work with the National Trust in Edith - in the Beginning; Stage Award nominated physical theatre at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival; performance art with the French company Vivarium Studio; the English premiere of the Irish two-person play Walking the Road; immersive theatre in Dining with Alice with Artichoke; family theatre in a two-hander version of A Christmas Carol with Keeper's Daughter.
Kiara acts, writes and directs for her own theatre company, Fine Time Theatre. The company has produced three new plays inspired by the history of, and performed within, East Anglia.