Ellie Nunn – Honk!

Ellie is currently rehearsing for the role of Ida in “Honk!” the musical. Previews from March 29th and running until April 22nd at Union Theatre.

Returning to London for its 20th anniversary year, this heartwarming reimagining of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling tells the story of Ugly, a plucky little bird who gets picked on by the other farmyard animals because he’s different. Pushed out of the flock, he embarks on an adventure across the marsh, meeting an array of characters who teach him that it takes all sorts to make a world, and that he is much more than just his fowl looks.

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Thomas Morris – SS-GB

Thomas can be seen playing an SS Army Major in  BBC’s new drama series SS-GB starring Sam Riley and Kate Bosworth.

The series, produced by Sid Gentle Films Ltd, has been adapted from Len Deighton’s intriguing, alternate history novel of the same name by one of the UK’s most successful writing partnerships – BAFTA Award winners Neal Purvis and Robert Wade (SPECTRE, Casino Royale) who have previously penned five James Bond films including The World Is Not Enough and Skyfall. Set in Nazi-occupied London, the five-part thriller is based on the premise that the Germans won the Battle of Britain.

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Damien Walsh – Breaking up Is Hard To Do

Damien plays the role of Del in the musical comedy featuring 18 songs written by pop icon Neil Sedaka, previews from March 29th and running until April 23rd at Upstairs At The Gatehouse.

Set during the 1960 Labour Day weekend at “Esther’s Paradise Resort Hotel” in Catskills, New York, the show features friends Marge and Lois from Brooklyn, looking for a good time and romance. They are hoping to find “Where the boys are” as Marge has been jilted at the alter and doesn’t want to be “Solitaire” so takes Lois to her honeymoon destination. Inevitably two boys come along and the foursome together with Esther and the local comedian whisk us to 1960s colours and costume and the heat of Neil Sedaka’s singable catchy tunes.

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Ken Christiansen – Death Takes a Holiday

Ken has taken over the role of Fidele in Death Takes a Holiday which is at The Charing Cross Theatre until March 4th.

In Northern Italy, shortly after World War One, Death disguises himself as a handsome young prince to try to understand why life is so precious and death so feared. But when he unexpectedly falls in love with a newly engaged young woman, this mysterious stranger discovers that love may in fact be stronger than death.

Thom Southerland directs the UK premiere of Death Takes a Holiday, music and lyrics by Maury Yeston and book by Peter Stone and Thomas Meehan…. the European premiere of the follow-up to Titanic by its Tony Award-winning composers.

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Charlie Young – Angel of the House

Following its run last year the 5 star production of Angel of the House with Charlie Young is the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester, for 7 shows only.

Dates are 27th & 28th February and 1st & 2nd of March.

Angel of the House tells the story of three generations of women.
Rose a care worker from Manchester,  Angela a WW2 spy and Annie a suffragette all find themselves incarcerated and reflect on the events in their lives that lead them to this point. Angel of the House explores the impact of inequality, class,  gender and self acceptance across 100 years through dark, warm and at time funny monologues.


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