Andy Owens – A Midsummer’s Night Dream: An Interactive Adventure

Andy Owens will be playing the role of Lysander in A Midsummer’s Night Dream: An Interactive Adventure at the Creation Theatre, Oxford from the 23 June- 30 July.

Theseus and Hippolyta are having a wedding and you’re invited. You won’t be the only ones showing up in Oxford for the nuptials though, there’ll be lovers, a group of tradesmen rehearsing a play and quite a few fairies that are up to no good. Unlike any Creation show in the past 20 years, this summer’s version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is part play, part quest, part treasure hunt and just a little bit Crystal Maze! Meet in groups of 10 at a secret location, follow the clues and watch out for fairies…

To find out more about the production click here

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Amit Dhut- Doctors

Amit will be appearing in BBC’s Doctors as guest lead Theo Hall.

Theo is a personal trainer at an independent gym, still living for the weekends. He treats his clients like he was treated as a young footballer by his coach and his Dad – pushing them extremely hard. Militant, officious and only wants the best result for his clients.

For more information about Doctors click here

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Ian Houghton – Harley and The Davidsons

Set in 1901 – 1930 this 3 part US drama series tells the true story of how the Harley and Davidson families created the iconic motorcycle.

Ian plays the supporting role of an Oncology Doctor treating one of the leading characters.

To read more about the story visit the official Harley Davidson website by clicking here

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Ken Christiansen – The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

Ken Christiansen will be playing the role of Ray Say in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice.

Jim Cartwright’s tale about a shy young woman who turns out to have a beautiful singing voice was turned into a hit film starring Jane Horrocks and Jim Broadbent.

Opening on 4 June, with previews from 2 June, the show will be the final production in the Union Theatre’s current home in Southwark. The show will be directed by Alastair Knights.

The rest of the cast includes Charlotte Gorton as Mari Hoff,  Carly Thoms will play LV, Glenn Adamson as Billy, Mandy Dassa as Sadie and James Peake as Mr Boo/Phone man.

For more information about the show click here

To view Ken’s profile click here

To read The Stage Review click here