Freddy Elletson – A Little Night Music and The Crucible

Freddy Elletson is currently in rehearsals for two plays at Chester’s Storyhouse as part of their Summer Season 2018: Steven Sondheim’s A Little Night Music and Frank Miller’s The Crucible. 

A Little Night Music kicks off the season on the 5th of May. Freddy is Frid, the manservant of Madame Leonora Armfeldt, in this fabulous comedy about interlocking romantic trysts, love, nostalgia, regret and the magic of music on a summer’s night. 

The Crucible, on the other hand, is generally a much darker beast. Freddy features in this prescient play of paranoia and the manipulation of hysteria as Reverend John Hale, a “spiritual doctor” from the nearby town of Beverly brought in to diagnose and “cure” the town of its infestation of witchcraft and devilry. This factually accurate depiction of the 1692 Salem Witch Trials opens on the 15th of June. 

For Freddy’s profile click here

For Further Information and Tickets for A Little Night Music click here

For Further Information and Tickets for The Crucible click here

Deborah Maclaren – The Golden F**king Years

Deborah is starring in & producing The Golden F**king Years, a hilarious new play by Adrian McLoughlin.

The play is about getting old, moving abroad and the consequences of  spontaneous behaviour. The Golden F**king Years takes a look at how people behave and how others expect them to behave as they age. 

The play will run from April 17th until April 28th, at the Brockley Jack Studio Theatre click here for details and to book tickets.

To read more about Vital Signs Productions the company set up by Deborah Maclaren, Anneli Page and Adrian McLoughlin, Click here

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For Deborah’s Voice Over list click here

Ian Houghton – This House

Ian Houghton played the roles of  Armagh, Ambulance Man and other ensemble roles in the UK tour of This House, wrapping on the 2nd of June. 

The “beast from the east” stopped us getting up to press night, we were not amused… 

Following smash-hit runs at the National Theatre and in the West End, the production will be touring throughout the UK starting in Leeds before finishing at Sheffield in June. This story by James Graham reveals the fierce political battles and high-stakes drama of British politics in the mid-1970s adapted to stage by director Jeremy Herrin and is a timely, moving and often amusing insight into the workings of British politics.

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