31 Hours is follows four men employed to clean up after rail suicides, and explores men's inability to talk about their emotions and the consequence of their silence.
Kieran Knowles trained at Loughborough University and LAMDA, and completed the Royal Court Young Writers Programme. His debut play Operation Crucible was first performed at the Finborough Theatre before transferring to the Sheffield Crucible and touring with House. He has also been under commission from Sheffield Crucible.
31 Hours isnt for the faint-hearted. Hearing the stories behind the jumpers will leave you shocked, moved, even traumatised, but there is a lot of warmth and black humour in the groups relationship to offset its darkest moments. 31 Hours is well-written, deeply absorbing & tackles a delicate subject with an emotional sensitivity.' Stage Review ?????