Word Mills Productions and Dead Letter Perfect in association with Park Theatre present the World Premiere of

Killing Time

By Zoe Mills

Brigit Forsyth | Hester

Zoe Mills | Sara

Robin Hurford I George


Brigit Forsyth | Hester

Brigit trained at RADA where she won the Emile Littler prize and has toured theatres internationally and nationally for over fifty years.

Theatre Credits include:  Now This is Not the End (Arcola Theatre) The Missing (National Theatre of Scotland), Carrie’s War Tour (Novel Theatre Ltd), Noises Off (Birmingham Repertory), Calendar Girls(Noel Coward Theatre & National Tour), The Triumph Of Love (Royal Exchange, Manchester) ,Arsenic And Old Lace (Kenneth H Wax Ltd) Jerusalem (West Yorkshire Playhouse) The Cello & The Nightingale (Theatre Royal, York), Humble Boy (A.C.T. Prods -National Tour) , All My Sons (Library Manchester) , Hamlet (West Yorkshire Playhouse), High Society (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre), Amy’s View (Library Manchester ) ,Morning Glory (Palace Theatre, Watford), Single Spies (West Yorkshire Playhouse), A Passionate Woman (New Victoria, Newcastle-under-Lyme), Importance of Being Earnest, Little Murders, Comedy of Errors (Royal Exchange Theatre), The Glass Menagerie (Theatr Clywd)

Television credits include: Still Open All Hours, Holby City, The Rovers,   Hollyoaks , Eastenders , Mount Pleasant, Midsomer Murders, Waterloo Road, Jinx, Doctors, The Outsiders, Emmerdale, Down To Earth, Casualty, The Eustace Brothers,  Playing The Field,  The Bill, The Ward, Nice Town, Wycliffe, Dangerfield, Murder Most Horrid, Tom, Dick and Harriet, Sharon and Elsie, The Practice, Bazaar and Rummage, Running Wild, The Dark Season, Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads/ Adam Smith,. Poirot, Doctor Who

She is also a musician, composes for the cello and sings with a band of actors called The Fircones. Brigit has done countless radio plays.


Zoe Mills | 'Sara' and Writer

Zoe trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Theatre credits include: The Drowned Man (PUNCHDRUNK/ The National Theatre), Lost Lending Library ( Punchdrunk), Hweol (LASTheatre) Great Expectations, Dry Rot  and Bedroom Farce for (Theatre By The Lake),  Brazil  and Back to the Future (Secret Cinema); Effie's Burning at Soho Theatre; Everwake at Chapter Arts, Cardiff; La Petit Mort (Les Infant Terribles); Fly on the Wall (Citrus Arts).

Film and Television includes: The Casimir EffectMr Nice and numerous short films, Emmerdale and the internet pilot, Mindgames.
As a writer, Killing Time is her first full length theatre play. She has previously written short films and taken part in new writing platforms across London.


Robin Hurford I George

Much of Robin’s early career was involved with Sir Alan Ayckbourn and the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, first as an actor, then Associate Director and finally a stint as Artistic Director. Robin has appeared in the original production of more Ayckbourn plays that any other actor, amongst which are Ten Times Table, Joking apart , Sisterly feelings, Taking Steps, Seasons Greetings, Way Upstream, It Could Be Any One Of Us, Woman in Mind, Hence Forward and Intimate Exchanges in the Westend. He often directs Alan’s plays and has notched up over thirty productions in this country and abroad. His most successful production The Woman in Black, he commissioned and directed in 1987 and has now been running in the westend for over 27 years and completed 12 UK tours. Directing and occasionally performing in it has taken him to Japan, USA, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.

He now directs more than he acts and his most recent productions are Gaslight in Oldham and a tour of Relatively Speaking starting at Theatre Royal Bath and starring Robert Powell, Liza Goddard and Antony Eden.