Euan Kitson

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

Euan starred in critically acclaimed two-hander Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons,  which has enjoyed sell out shows across the UK, in London and at Edinburgh Fringe. The show is currently playing in Edinburgh for the fringe in 2017.

Next, Euan will play Tim in Elton John’s Glasses at the Watford Palace Theatre.

 

 

Elton John's Glasses

Euan Kitson cast as Tim in Psyche Stott’s production of Elton John’s Glasses at the Watford Palace Theatre.

The show will run from 27th September – 1st October 2017.

Lemons x5 returns

Euan Kitson to reprise his role in Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons at Edinburgh Fringe 2017.

The show enjoyed rave reviews and a sell-out tour in the UK last year. It returns to Roundabout at Summerhall from August 9th – 20th.

 

Reviews in for 'Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons' at Edinburgh Fringe

Stellar reviews for Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, at Edinburgh Fringe 2016.

Euan Kitson plays Oliver in the two-hander, which plays in Edinburgh until 29th August, before embarking on a UK tour.

The press on Euan and Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons:

  • “performed to perfection by Beth Holmes and Euan Kitson…[both actors] are superb in their roles, switching easily from comedy to despair, and from love to resentment” 5 stars, Ian Cater, What’s On London
  • “As a two-hander…Lemons… plainly depends more than most on a highly competent cast – thankfully Beth Holmes and Euan Kitson as Bernadette and Oliver have crackling charisma and and endlessly watchable chemistry…sensitive and natural portrayals” 4 Stars, Chris Owen, Nouse
  • “Holmes and Kitson – in two commendably sensitive, understated performances – manage to imbue their dialogue – limited or otherwise – with affection and emotion.” 4 Stars, Fergus Morgan, Reviews Hub
  • “Beth Holmes and Euan Kitson…show that they wear the characters and concept with ease” 4 Stars, Alex Wood, Theatre Bubble
  • “performed with ease and charm by Beth Holmes and Euan Kitson” 4 Stars, Stewart Pringle, The Stage

'Lemonsx5' at the New Diorama Theatre

Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons played at the New Diorama Theatre, as part of Incoming Festival.

The press on Euan in Lemonsx5 at the New Diorama:

  • “Euan Kitson is divine as tense and earnest sweetie, Oliver. He’s like Michael Cera crossed with the perfect English gent.” Amelia Forsbrook, Exeunt

Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons will next play at the Hackney Showroom before going on to Edinburgh Festival, and a subsequent UK tour.

 

Euan Kitson in 'Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons'

Euan Kitson stars in Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, which returns in 2016, playing at the New Diorama, and then as part of Paines Plough’s Roundabout season, previewing at the Hackney Showroom in July, before going to the Edinburgh Festival.

Lemons x5 debuted at the Warwick Arts Centre 2015, then played at the National Student Drama Festival and at Latitude Festival, before a sell-out run at Edinburgh Festival 2015.

The play is produced by the Walrus Theatre company, of which Euan is a founding member.

The press on Euan and Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons:

  • “The strength of Walrus Theatre’s production lies in its characters, both of whom are given excellently observed and suitably understated performances by Holmes and Kitson.” – 4 STARS – Elliot Roberts, The List
  • “…tightly packed script…beautifully choreographed” – Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
  • “…it’s bright, light and sharp – a rom-com with smarts” – 4 STARS – Matt Trueman, Whats On Stage
  • “A magnificently multilayered debut” – 4 STARS – Andrzej Lukowski, Time Out
  • “Holmes and Kitson compliment each other well: she is sparky and ambitious; he is passionate but insecure. Together they are the perfect couple and their chemistry is delightful to see grow and devastating to see crumble…On display here are theatre’s youngest stars and brightest hopes.” – 4 STARS – Sam Forbes, Broadway Baby
  • “Steiner’s witty script yields frequent laughs, and Holmes and Kitson deliver his snappy dialogue with panache…It’s a work I’d gladly see a second time.” – 4 STARS – Jo Caird, Fest Mag
  • “Beth Holmes and Euan Kitson: gorgeous, touching, truthful, heartbreaking.” – Andrew Haydon, Postcards From The Gods

 

You can find more information on the production here.