Production Focus: Timewasters

Production Focus: Timewasters

Timewasters (Credit: ITV/Big Talk Productions)
Wednesday, 3 April, 2019
6:30 for 7:00pm

Location

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Midcity Place
London
WC1V 6QS
United Kingdom
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With the upcoming second season of the award-winning sitcom Timewasters, this production focus will reflect on the show's origins, impact and handling of serious topics with humour.

The livestream for this event (7pm 3rd April 2019) is available to watch here

Timewasters follows a London jazz quartet who reluctantly time travel to the 1920s, encountering a host of bizarre situations and characters.
Among the band is Nick (Daniel Lawrence Taylor), Jason (Kadiff Kirwan), Lauren (Adelayo Adedayo) and Horace (Samson Kayo).

Joining us for the evening is creator and writer of the show Daniel Lawrence Taylor, series director George Kane, actor Adelayo Adedayo, actor and writer Samson Kayo and BFI Lead Programmer Justin Johnson will be chairing the event.

A brief Q&A will follow the panel discussion.

This event will be livestreamed on the RTS London Centre YouTube channel. 

Chair: Justin Johnson - BFI Lead Programmer

Daniel Lawrence Taylor - Actor & Writer

George Kane - Director, Writer & Editor

Adelayo Adedayo - Actor

Samson Kayo - Actor & Writer

Producer: James Cordell

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Location Details

Midcity Place
London
WC1V 6QS
United Kingdom

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With the upcoming second season of the award-winning sitcom Timewasters, this production focus will reflect on the show's origins, impact and handling of serious topics with humour.

The livestream for this event (7pm 3rd April 2019) is available to watch here