Terry Titter’s Summer Camp
June 3, 2012
Comic creation Terry Titter has always split opinion, but has a happy home at the Unity theatre, where he returns for his regular summer show in a couple of weeks.
Terry Titter’s Summer Camp is described as a “super soar-away silly sunshine spesh for jolly June” and “a spicy adult evening of fiery fun”. Ooer!
Terry Kilkelly is the man behind the Titter, and has worked as an actor/writer and stand-up comedian nationally and internationally for over 20 years. He established and hosted one Liverpool’s foremost comedy night Rawhide, then held at the Everyman, and performed as character compere Terry Titter for a decade, winning awards along the way.
His performance work includes more than 20 self-penned one-man comedy shows and work as an actor/contributor to the BBC Radio 4 comedy series Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show!. His work includes three national tours with the Count Arthur Strong live theatre show, and seven years’ work at Edinburgh Festival, and he has performed and devised with award-winning companies like Rejects Revenge and Kaboodle. He creates new work with his own production company Robert Productions, for seasonal nights which sell out regularly at the Unity.
His has also created and performed new work for The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and the Young Vic and has various film, television and radio credits with BBC, Paramount, Chrysalis television, Komedia Entertainments and Hurricane Films.
He also co-presented Made In The Northwest – a live music and comedy television programme transmitted from the Albert Dock by Lime Pictures and Granada television.
The Summer Camp rolls up at the Unity from June 14 to 16.