Robin Kingsland – Strindberg’s Women: The Stronger/ Storm

Robin will be performing in the London premiere of Storm by August Strindberg at the Jermyn Street Theatre from November 1st to November 26th.

A man seeks peace and refuge in a remote house, when the woman he once loved walks back into his life. As old passions and angers rise again, the two seek some form of reconciliation and forgiveness, but is it possible after so much has passed between them, or will the storm break again?

Performed together for the first time in this country, The Stronger and Storm, are a testament to the power of Strindberg’s writing.

 

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Andy Owens – Grimms’ Fairy Tales

Andy will be joining the Guildford Shakespeare Company as of the 7th of September and starts performing from October 8th until October 30th 2016 as ‘Hansel’ in Grimms’ Fairy Tales. 

“Once upon a time…

…so begins the best adventures. This autumn we’re going to whisk you away on a magical journey into moonlit woods and mystical mountains…but keep an eye out for talking frogs, trapped princesses, deliciously scary witches, cunning wolves, musical donkeys and the scrummiest cottage you ever saw!

A cast of 5 actors will bring to life 40 weird and wonderful characters from 10 of the Brothers Grimm’s delightfully twisted tales: from the much-loved Hansel and Gretel, Little Red Cap, and Rapunzel, to the less well-known stories of One Eyes, Two Eyes and Three Eyes and The Musicians of Bremen.

For our venue we’re bringing a stunning antique Mirror Tent – La Gaiete – all the way from Belgium.”

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Thomas Morris – Sky Sharks

Thomas will be playing the role of Klaus Richter in the film Sky Sharks coming out next year.

Deep in the ice of the antarctic, a team of geologists uncover an old nazi laboratory still intact where dark experiments had occured. In order to conquer the world, the Nazis created modified sharks who were able to fly and whose riders are genetically mutated, undead super-humans. Klaus created the creatures and is the only one who can save the world!

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Jenny Gayner – The Girls

Jenny will be playing the role of Miss Wilson in the production of The Girls at the Phoenix Theatre London running from February 2017.

The Girls is the real life story of a Women’s Institute group who decide to fundraise for a local hospital by posing for a raunchy-but-tasteful nude calendar. Inadvertently, the group become media sensations, and are soon hounded for their story. A heart-warming story that follows the close friendships in the group, as well as the strained personal lives, The Girls is sure to be a British hit.

Penned by world-famous composer and musician Barlow, The Girls features lyrics and a book by the film’s original screenwriter Tim Firth.

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Matthew Lloyd Davies – The Acedian Pirates

Matthew will be playing the role of Ivan in the production of The Acedian Pirates at Theatre503 rehearsing from October 3rd then playing  26th of October to the 19th of November 2016.

‘ACEDIA’
Nounfrom Greek akediaapathetic listlessness, a moral failing.

Jacob doesn’t know why he’s here. He’s been at war for 6 years, but nobody will tell him why. The Moon is upstairs and he wants so desperately to talk to her, but they just won’t let him. Will she be his salvation? The Acedian Pirates challenges our understanding of mythology, and forces us to ask vital questions about military occupation.

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