Seven Ages Kepow Theatre "A wonderful, magical comedy theatre show!" Edinburgh Herald. "a must see show!" The Times Fresh from a world tour: New Zealand, Canada, America, Hong Kong, Norway, Holland and Hawaii. The New Zealand Times said of it: "excellent. This is a great way to spend a couple of hours of your life!". The show features two performers : Kevin Tomlinson (winner of the Sunday Times Playwright Award) and Abi Hood (ITV's The Bill). Seven Ages had a sell out run at the Edinburgh Festival, receiving 5 star reviews and a standing ovation on the last night. Warner Bros then filmed and bought the internet rights for 12 months; showing clips of the show on their comedy website. The show is about the seven stages of life that Shakespeare says we go through in As You Like It. Predominantly comic in nature, the show also asks to of the most important questions one will ever ask oneself: "why am I here?" and "what's important in my life?" Kepow have been on 16 Rural Touring Schemes and seen at over 300 rural venues in the past 8 years! Plus, they have performed in 10 countries on 4 continents! KEPOW! have over 20 years experience touring all over the UK and abroad. They are Arts Council funded and love rural touring. They have 4 shows on offer and all 4 shows are very adaptable and can fit in to any size or shape of venue. The content can be shaped to the venue's specific requirements too. am y perfformiwr Kepow Theatre Company was formed in 1992, by Kevin Tomlinson (Sunday Times Playwright Award Winner) and Paul Jenkins. We specialise in comedy theatre shows and we have performed all over the world, touring to: America, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, Bali and this year to Hong Kong. We have been on 20 Rural Touring Schemes, all over the UK and have regularly had audiences of 100-300 people come and see us. However, we love performing in small halls too, in front of 30-60 appreciative people. We have 4 shows available for booking, all are VERY FUNNY and all are detailed at www.kevintomlinson.co.uk They feature two performers, using masks, storytelling and a little improvisation. All four shows have had sell out runs at the Edinburgh Festival and received standing ovations and 5 star reviews on their UK tours.