A nine-week festival of new plays
23 September to 23 November 1985
Gillian Barge (As I Lay Dying, Bouncing)
Theatre includes at the NT: Danton's Death, Measure for Measure, Equus, The Misanthrope, Oedipus, The National Health, The Cherry Orchard. Work with Joint Stock includes: It's A Mad World My Masters; at Riverside Studios Julius Caesar; with Shared Experience The Seagull; and at Greenwich, Ducking Out, which transferred to the Duke of York's. At the Lyric Hammersmith Studio: The White Glove; at the Half Moon Delicatessen; and at Greenwich, Two Planks and a Passion. Recently appeared in The Possessed in Paris, Milan and London, also televised. Other television work includes: World's End, The Walls of Jericho, King Lear, The Black Tower. Recent Film: Laughter House.
Brian Bovell (Up for None)
Theatre includes in London: Up in the Hide (Gate), One Fine Day, Blackman's Burden, Scrape off the Black"; (Riverside Studios), Mama Dragon (Arts), Snatch (Red Lion), Where There's Darkness*, Strange Fruit (Lyric, Hammersmith), Welcome Home Jacko (Stratford East, also in New York), Some Kind of Hero (Croydon Warehouse), Macbeth (Young Vic). For the NT: Measure for Measure, The Caretaker (understudy), Scrape off the Black (Platform). TV includes: Strangers, The Gentle Touch, The Hard Word, Everybody Here, Driving Ambition, Bulman, Miracles Take Longer, Prospects. Films: Babylon, Burning An Illusion, Real Life.
*For his performance in these two productions, won Drama Magazine's Most Promising Actor Award.
Andrew Byatt (The Murderers)
Theatre includes at the Edinburgh Lyceum- Willie Rough, The Bevellers, The Thrie Estaites, The Miser, and playing the lead in Bill Bryden's Benny Lynch; at Glasgow Citizens': Stephen D; at the Edinburgh Festival The Great Northern Wellie Boot Show with Billy Connolly, The Bruce (Theatre PKF); at Birmingham: Equus; Manchester Royal Exchange: Moby Dick; at the Liverpool Playhouse: Class Enemy, All My Sons. In London Flying Blind (Royal Court), The Clyde is Red, Workers of the World Confess (ICA, for Theatre PKF), One O'Clock World (Tricycle), Reluctant Heroes (Bromley). For the NT: Crossing Niagara (ICA season), Hamlet, Il Campiello. TV includes: County Hall, The House with Green Shutters, Starting Out, Red Shift, The Bevellers, Scotch on the Rocks, Caledonian Cascade. Films: Include: That Summer, Radio On, SOS Titanic, Secret Places, Fords on Water.
David Cardy (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise, Sunday Morning, Up for None)
Theatre includes: Progress (Bush Theatre), Can 't Pay, Won't Pay (Criterion), No End of Blame (Royal Court), Mephisto (Round House),A Midsummer Night's Dream, Love's Labour's Lost (Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park). Has also worked at Bromley, Newbury, Leatherhead, Oxford Playhouse, and with the Actors' Company. Toured Italy with The Rocky Horror Show, Israel with Othello, and in the UK with One for the Road. TV includes: Under the Hammer, Honeymoon, Time Trouble, Saturday Night Thriller, Broken Glass, The Bill, Hazell, Rock Follies, Crown Court, Winds of War Films: Include: Xtro, The Keep.
Katrin Cartlidge (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise, The Garden of England)
Theatre includes: Romeo and Juliet (Youth Theatre at the Royal Court), Throne in an Autumn Room (Keskedee Theatre), Second Sentence and Hitting Town (Brighton Actors' Workshop) , One Rule (Black Theatre Co-operative, including Riverside Studios), Macbeth (Contact Theatre, Manchester), Mr Hyde (Paines Plough, including New End, Hampstead), A Taste of Honey (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford). TV includes: Brookside, Sacred Hearts, Caucasian Chalk Circle, The Collectors.
Chrissie Cotterill (Sunday Morning, Up for None)
Theatre includes work with 7:84 Company, Pirate Jenny Company, at the Tricycle Theatre (Queen Christina), and at the Royal Court (The Devil's Gateway). TV includes: The Professionals, Prospects, Minder, Fox, Lindsay, Pillion, Too Late to Talk to Silly, The Crezz, The Lady, The Intercessor, Separate Tables. Films: Scrubbers, The Adventures of Caleb Williams, Yanks, Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire.
Lorcan Cranitch (The Murderers)
Theatre: two seasons at Glasgow Citizens' Theatre, including Juno and the Paycock, Last Days of Mankind and Der Rosen Kavalier, Wilde's A Woman of No lmportance for the Gate Theatre Dublin, Observe The Sons of Ulster (Abbey Theatre Dublin), and The Daughter-in-Law (Hampstead) TV includes: You'll Never See Me Again.
Patrick Drury (The Murderers)
Theatre includes repertory at Belgrade Coventry, Leatherhead, Birmingham, Ludlow Festival, Bristol Old Vic, Liverpool Playhouse. In London: The Daddy (Ambassadors), Pinch Me Not (Greenwich), The Irish Hebrew Lesson (Almost Free), Flying Blind, The Key Tag (Royal Court), Measure for Measure (Riverside Studios), James Joyce and Co (King's Head), Pride and Prejudice (Cambridge Theatre). For the NT: Don Juan, The Irish Hebrew Lesson (Platform), Much Ado About Nothing, Caritas, Serjeant Musgrave's Dance, The Prince of Homburg, Danton's Death. TV includes: Shelley, I Claudius, Disraeli, Escape Into Thin Air, Diamonds, The Lonely Hearts Kid, By the Sword Divided, Scarecrow and Mrs King, Shine On Harvey Moon, Brat Farrar, Films: The Awakening, Laughter House, The Nightingale Saga.
Kate Fahy (Sunday Morning, Bouncing)
Theatre includes repertory at the Liverpool Playhouse, Lincoln, Liverpool Everyman, Swan Worcester, and a tour of Anatol for Cambridge Theatre Company. In London: Old Flames (Arts), Sparrowfall (Hampstead), Seduced (Royal Court), Othello (Young Vic). TV includes: The Weekend, The Nearly Man, Danton 's Death, Fearless Frank, Edith Cavell (Six Women), Life for Christine, Roger Doesn't Live Here Any More, Similar Triangles, Terra Nova, King and Castle, The Mozart Inquest.
Perry Fenwick (Up for None)
Theatre includes: Oliver! (national tour and AlberyTheatre), Peter Pan (national tour and Shaftesbury Theatre), Class Enemy (Questors & Man in the Moon), Progress (Bush) NT. The Shoemaker's Holiday and Studio Night of Up for None. TV includes: The Squad, A Mother Like Him, Shall I Be Mother, A Ring of Keys, Tansey Lambert is Dead, To Turn a Blind Eye, Tucker's Luck, The Bill, Shine on Harvey Moon, Reservations, Bergerac. Films: Party Party, Espresso Splasho, Success is the Best Revenge.
David Fielder (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise)
Theatre includes repertory at Liverpool Everyman, Leeds, Bristol, Cambridge Theatre Company, Nottingham Playhouse, Liverpool Playhouse, Southampton, Sheffield Crucible In London: Trafford Tanzi, Roger McGough Revue (Lyric Hammersmith), Arturo Ui (Half Moon), Not Quite Jerusalem (Royal Court), Panic (Royal Court Upstairs), A Mad World My Masters (Stratford East), The Ragged-Trousered Philanthropists (Half Moon), Two Planks and a Passion (Greenwich), Destiny (Half Moon). TV includes: The Naked Civil Servant, Funny Man, Softly Softly, Two's Company, Mitch, Widows. Films: Yanks, Superman III, The Pledge.
Patricia Franklin (Sunday Morning, The Garden of England)
Theatre includes: work in the West End, fringe and repertory seasons, including Pam in Saved (Royal Court 1969 Edward Bond season). NT. Danton's Death, Don Juan, Lorenzaccio, The Garden of England (Studio Night), The Government Inspector, Pravda. Many TV plays and series, including General Hospital, The Sweeney, Play for Today, Seven Faces of Woman, Holding On. Films: include: six Carry Ons.
Stella Gonet (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise)
Theatre includes pantomime at the Gaiety Theatre, Ayr, repertory at Dundee (Tonight We Celebrate), Traverse Edinburgh (The Slab Boys Trilogy, which transferred to the Royal Court and Points of Departure which transferred to the Mickery, Amsterdam), Liverpool Playhouse (The Holiday). In London: Young Writers Festival at the Royal Court, Trafford Tanzi (Mermaid), Red Devils (Man in the Moon) TV includes: To Have and to Hold.
Caroline Goodall (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise)
Theatre includes repertory at Manchester Royal Exchange (While the Sun Shines), Plymouth Theatre Royal (Viola in Twelfth Night), Nuffield Southampton (Daisy Pulls it Off), and Oxford Playhouse Tours of Private Lives and Time and Time Again. In London: Susan in Susan's Breasts (Royal Court Upstairs), Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (Shaw Theatre) Also. Playwrights' Company, founder member of Stiletto Theatre, seasons with the National Youth Theatre 1978-81. TV: The Moon Stallion, Shoestring, Function Room, Gems, Remington Steele.
Paula Hamilton (The Murderers)
Theatre includes repertory at Nottingham Playhouse, Lyric Theatre Belfast, Watford Palace, Nuffield Southampton. In London: The Warp (Roundhouse), Riff Raff Rules (Stratford East) National tour with The Medieval Players Abroad. Love and Danger (Westbeth Theater, New York), German tour of The Rocky Horror Show. NT. workshop of The Murderers. TV: A Woman Calling, After You've Gone (both BBC2 Playhouse), Four Days in July (directed by Mike Leigh), We'll Support You Evermore (BBC Play for Today) Ties of the Blood' Going Home.
Robert Hamilton (As I Lay Dying)
Theatre includes repertory at Lincoln, Leicester, Sheffield, Watford, Traverse Edinburgh, Liverpool Playhouse, Nottingham Playhouse. In London: Live Like Pigs, Julius Caesar, Crete and Sergeant Pepper (Royal Court), Fat Harold (New End), Marie and Bruce (Royal Court Upstairs), Rashomon (Stratford East), Measure for Measure (Riverside Studios), Tom Fool (Half Moon), All Along the Watchtowers (ICA). With Joint Stock Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, Mad World My Masters, Fanshen, Epsom Downs. NT: The Crucible (also in the West End), Much Ado About Nothing, Don Juan, Danton's Death, Venice Preserv'd, Antigone, As I Lay Dying (Studio Night). TV includes: Plugged In, The Roses of Eyam, Murder Must Advertise, Stronger than the Sun, One of These Nights, The Professionals, Light, Autumn Sunshine, The White Guard. Films include: Porridge, The Long Good Friday, Runners, Loose Connections, Forever Young, Letter To Brezhnev, No Surrender, Lamb.
James Hayes (As I Lay Dying)
Theatre includes repertory at Stoke-on-Trent, Chester, Leatherhead; Out for Nine (Half Moon), Whose Life Is It Anyway? (national tour). NT includes at the Old Vic: The Beaux' Stratagem, The Good Natured Man, The Rules of the Game, Macbeth, The Front Page (also Australian tour), The Misanthrope, Grand Manoeuvres; on the South Bank The Life of Galileo, The Romans in Britain, A Horde of Unemployed Ventriloquists (his one-man Platform), The Oresteia, The Spanish Tragedy, The Caucasian Chalk Circle and Macbeth (workshop productions), The Fawn, Lorenzaccio, Antigone, Strider, Coriolanus, A Chorus of Disapproval. TV includes: You're On Your Own, Tiptoe Through the Tulips, Jubilee, A Bunch of Fives, Red Roses for Me, The Oresteia, On the Shelf.
Linda Henry (The Garden of England)
Theatre includes repertory at Dundee (including Enter a Free Man, A Midsummer Night's Dream, What Every Woman Knows, Dracula, Relatively Speaking, Death Trap). Was a co-founder of Buster Young People's Theatre which tours London schools and youth clubs Directed many shows for Buster, most recently a new play by Michael Hastings, Going to a Party. For the NT: She Stoops to Conquer, and the Platform productions Oliver Goldsmith' Citizen of the World, Three Women, and Sylvia Plath.
Jennifer Hilary (Bouncing)
Theatre includes: repertory at Liverpool Playhouse, Birmingham Rep, Phoenix Leicester, Bristol Old Vic, Royal Exchange Manchester. On Broadway has appeared in The Rehearsal, Ivanov, Avanti. ln London: The Wings of the Dove, A Scent of Flowers, Relatively Speaking, The Vortex, Dear Daddy, I Have Been Here Before, The Last Elephant, Sufficient Carbohydrate Tours of The Lady's Not for Burning, Half Life, Betrayal, Some of My Best Friends are Husbands. TV includes: The Woman in White, Chicken Dinner, Sam, Jackanory Playhouse, Charades, Alphabetical Order, Speed King, The Umbrella Man, The Adventures of Frank, The Gentle Touch, The Wilderness Years, Lunch, Miss A & Miss M, The Hello Goodbye Man, Me and My Girl. Films: include: Becket, The Heroes of Telemark, The Idol, One Brief Summer, North Sea Hijack, Five Days One Summer, The Sun Also Rises for US television.
Paul Imbusch (As I Lay Dying)
Recent theatre work includes repertory at Bristol Old Vic, Birmingham Rep, Haymarket Leicester, and Royal Exchange Manchester With the RSC: Henry V, Henry VI Part 3, As You Like It, 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, Saratoga, Othello, Coriolanus. NT: They Are Dying Out (Young Vic), Jean Seberg, Tales from Hollywood, Animal Farm, As I Lay Dying (Studio Night) TV includes: The Sporting Club Dinner, Love in a Cold Climate, Strangers, Dombey and Son, Flying High Films: Caleb Williams, Reilly, Monsieur Quixote.
Sally Jane Jackson (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise)
Theatre includes repertory at Sheffield Crucible, Liverpool Playhouse, and a tour with Paine's Plough. In London: Red Devils (Man in the Moon), Peter Pan (RSC at the Barbican) TV includes: Katy, The Swish of the Curtain, Coronation Street, Crown Court, Angels, Claire, The Further Adventures of Lucky Jim, Tucker's Luck, The Body in the Library, Minder, Relative Strangers, C.A.7:S. Eyes, Films: Remembrance, Espresso Splasho, The Living Body.
Phillip Joseph (As I Lay Dying, The Garden of England)
Theatre includes repertory at Everyman Liverpool, Traverse Edinburgh, Oxford Playhouse, Bristol, Westcliffe, Worthing, Nuffield Southampton, Mill at Sonning In London: John, Paul, George, Ringo and Bert (Lyric Hammersmith) , Small Change (Royal Court), The Changeling (Riverside Studios), Gimme Shelter (Soho Poly/Royal Court), Fox and Hounds (Croydon Warehouse), A Party for Bonzo (Soho Poly). NT: Small Change. TV includes: Eleanor Marx, The Sea, How Green Was My Valley, Angels, To Serve Them All My Days, Bread or Blood, God's Wonderful Railway, Great Expectations, Sharing Time' High Hopes, What Mad Pursuit. Films: Charlie Muffin, The Keep.
Adam Kotz (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise)
Theatre includes repertory at Crucible Shelfield, Edinburgh Theatre Workshop, Duke's Playhouse Lancaster In London: No Pasaran (Young Vic) RSC: War Play Trilogy, Love's Labour's Lost TV includes: Oi for England, Driving Ambition (also co-wrote the music for these programmes), Tucker's Luck, The Practice, South Bank Show on electronic music, Juliet Bravo, Miracles Take Longer. Radio: Gear Change, Dead Men.
Charles Lawson (The Murderers)
Theatre includes, with Hull Truck Diary of a Hunger Striker; Theatr Clwyd. Romeo and Juliet; with the RSC Henry VIII, Julius Caesar, Comedy of Errors, Volpone, Breaking the Ice. TV includes: Harry's Game, Four Days in July, Joyce in June, Crown Court, The Monocled Mutineer, Up the Elephant and Round the Castle. Films: Include: I Cannot Answer That Question, SS, Ascendancy.
Nigel Le Vaillant (A Twist of Lemon)
Theatre includes repertory at Scarborough, Worthing, Buxton Festival, Birmingham, Basingstoke, Cambridge, Coventry. In London: Angel City (New End). For the RSC The Winter's Tale, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Titus Andronicus, Two Gentlemen of Verona, All's Well That Ends Well. NT. Coriolanus, The Government Inspector, Pravda, A Twist of Lemon (Studio Night). TV includes: A Question of Guilt Constance Kent, The Gentle Touch, Brideshead Revisited, Jemima Shore Investigates, Minder. Films: In Search of Eden, Jigsaw Man.
Roger Lloyd Pack (The Garden of England)
Theatre includes repertory at Northampton, Coventry, Bromley, Leatherhead, Watford Palace, Leeds Playhouse, Sheffield Crucible, and a season with the RSC: In London: Lover (SI Martin's), Hamlet (Roundhouse), The Speakers (Joint Stock), Paradise (Royal Court Upstairs), The Caretaker (Shaw), The Trial of Bukovsky (Young Vic), The Homecoming (Garrick), Moving (Queen's), Noises Off (Lyric Hammersmith and Savoy), Fly Away Home, Victoria Station and One for the Road (Lyric Studio) NT. Caritas, Wild Honey (Standard Award for Best Supporting Actor). TV includes: Brassneck, The Naked Civil Servant, Shakespeare, Turtle's Progress, Private Schultz, Only Fools and Horses, Bouncing Back, I Thought You'd Gone, Video Stars, Miracles Take Longer, The Brief. Films: include: The Magus, The Virgin Soldiers, Secret Ceremony, The Go-Between, Hamlet, Fiddler on the Roof, Meetings with Remarkable Men, Cuba, Bloody Kids, 1984.
Mary Macleod (The Garden of England)
Theatre includes repertory at Birmingham. At the Royal Court Miniatures, Three Men for Colverton, Macbeth, Life Price, One at Night, The Farm. Riverside Studios Scrape off the Black, Black Man's Burden. NT: Equus, A Month in the Country, Don Juan, Serjeant Musgrave's Dance, Much Ado About Nothing. TV includes: The Witches of Pendle, Headmaster, People Like Us, Thomas and Sarah, Three Days in Sczecyn, Three Men in a Boat, The Duchess of Duke Street, Crown Court, Coronation Street, Brideshead Revisited, The Best of British (on Peter Gill), Mapp and Lucia, Juliet Bravo. Films: If, The Final Programme, Morgan A Suitable Case for Treatment, The French Lieutenant's Woman, O Lucky Man.
Joe McPartland (The Garden of England)
Theatre includes in Ireland Krapp's Last Tape (Belfast Festival), Waiting for Godot, The Plough and the Stars, The Lovers, John Bull's Other Island, Uncle Vanya, Juno and the Paycock, Catholics, The Hostage, The Playboy of the Western World, Hidden Curriculum, Friends and Relations, Castles in the Air, Macbeth (Lyric Theatre Belfast), Boyd's Shop (Ulster Theatre Company) Moon for the Misbegotten. Full Shilling (Gate Theatre Dublin), Within Two Shadows. Man for All Seasons (Cork), Leaving Home, King of the Castle (Irish Theatre tour), The Death of Humpty Dumpty (Ulster Actors Company), Follow the Star, I Do Not Like Thee Dr Fell, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Arts Theatre Belfast) TV includes: Shadow of a Gunman, Grace, The Squad, Grand Finale, Rhymes and Rhythms, Ties of Blood' Going Home, Eh Brian It's a Whopper, Picnic, Shadows on Our Skin, Treasure Island. Films: include: Mr Soames. The Donegals, Ascendancy, Touch of the Master's Hand, Attracta.
Michael Maloney (In the Blue)
Theatre includes for the RSC Derek, Antony and Cleopatra, The Tempest, Lear, The Roaring Girl. Macbeth In London: Taking Steps (Lyric Theatre), Can You Hear Me at the Back? (Piccadilly), The Perfectionist (Hampstead), Two Planks and a Passion (Greenwich), The London Cuckolds (Lyric, Hammersmith - from the Leicester Haymarket) TV includes: Telford's Change, The Bell, Tartuffe, Mountain Men, The Last Place on Earth. Films: include: Sharma and Beyond, Richard's Things, Ordeal by Innocence.
James Marcus (The Murderers)
Theatre includes Treasure Island (Mermaid), Toad of Toad Hall (Stratford) , and plays at the ICA, Soho Poly, Half Moon, King's Head, British Theatre Association, and several repertory companies. TV includes: The Sweeney, The Chinese Detective, Shoestring, The Professionals, The Naked Civil Servant, Days of Hope, The Hard Word, The Old Curiosity Shop, Jane Eyre, Bread or Blood, Mitch, Target, Dr Who, Minder, The Bill, Mr Palfrey of Westminster and Grandad. Films: include: The Virgin Soldiers, A Clockwork Orange, McVicar, Number One.
Pamela Miles (The Garden of England)
Theatre includes repertory at Nottingham Playhouse and the Bristol Old Vic RSC Sherlock Holmes on Broadway, The Roman Season at Stratford; Prospect Theatre Company. Boswell's Life of Johnson, Much Ado About Nothing, The Beggar's Opera Royal Court. Over Gardens Out; St George's Theatre: As You Like It; The King's Head: The Orchestra. NT: Animal Farm. TV includes: 40 Weeks, Blackbird Shout, The Voysey Inheritance, South Riding, 84 Charing Cross Road, Law Centre, Thomas and Sarah, Balance of Nature, Folio. Film: Forever Young.
Franc Morgan (The Garden of England)
Theatre includes repertory at Liverpool Playhouse, Swan Worcester, Theatre Royal York. In London: Pericles, The Royal Hunt of the Sun (Roundhouse). Two years with Prospect Theatre Company. NT: Tales from Hollywood, Antigone, Venice Preserv'd. TV includes: The Saint, The New Avengers, Minder, Z Cars, Softly Softly, The Professionals, Nancy Astor, Maybury Films: A Bridge Too Far, Flash Gordon, Reds, Yanks, Lionman, Wrath of the Witch Queen.
Paul Moriarty (The Murderers, As I Lay Dying)
Theatre includes repertory at Belgrade Coventry, Octagon Bolton, Theatre 69 Manchester, Liverpool, Library Manchester, Bristol Old Vic, Mercury Colchester. In London: The Contractor (West End), Elizabeth I, Oi for England (Theatre Upstairs). RSC: Twelfth Night, Macbeth, Dingo, Troilus and Cressida, Bingo, Schweyk in the Second World War, Antony and Cleopatra, Captain Swing, Destiny, The Bundle, Bandits. NT: Danton's Death, As I Lay Dying (Studio Night), The Mysteries (at the Lyceum). 7:84 Company: Six Men from Dorset; Lyric Hammersmith Little Eyolf. Is a founder member of the Enemy Within Theatre Group TV includes: Seven Days in the Life of Andrew Pelham, Coronation Street, Holly, Bedtime Stories, Russian Roulette, The M5 Bridge Show, The Sweeney, The Gentle Touch, Minder, Troilus and Cressida.
Michael O'Hagan (The Murderers)
Theatre includes repertory at Dundee, Library Theatre Manchester, Birmingham Rep In London: Man of Destiny, O'Flaherty VC, The Ruffian (Mermaid), Oh Dad Poor Dad (Stratford East) NT. The Murderers Workshop. TV includes: The Sandbaggers, Fallen Hero, Accident, Instant Enlightenment Including VAT, The Coup, Rumpole of the Bailey, The Enigma File, The Onedin Line, Shoestring, Buccaneer, Minder, Smuggler, The Crime of Captain Colthurst, Escape to the West, Into the Labyrinth, Bird of Prey, Gaskin, Reilly Ace of Spies, Mr Palfrey of Westminster, Threads, Cold Warrior, Tripods, The Detective, Purple Passion Video. Films: include: Porridge, The Sign of Four, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square.
Stephen Petcher (True Dare Kiss, As I Lay Dying, Command or Promise, Sunday Morning, The Garden of England)
Theatre includes work with various repertories including Glasgow Citizens', Sheffield Crucible, Nottingham Playhouse (Billy Liar), Young Writers' Festival. Carnival War and Go Hot (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs), Biker's Knoll (Soho Poly). NT: The Nativity, The Passion, Doomsday (all also at the Lyceum), The Crucible, Don Quixote, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Cinderella, Golden Boy, and work for the Studio. TV includes: Queen of a Distant Country, Soldiers Talking Cleanly, Red Shift, Horace, I'm a Dreamer Montreal, Pictures, Walter, Glorious Days, The Mysteries.
Cheryl Prime (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise)
Theatre includes repertory at the Royal Exchange Manchester (Three Sisters, Derek, The Round Dance, Soul of the White Ant), national tour of What The Butler Saw, and Murder Dear Watson at the Churchill Theatre Bromley. TV includes: Dempsey and Makepeace, Up the Elephant, Give us a Break, Diana, Radio, Boy Who Won the Pools, Coronation Street, Lovers of Their Time.
Lesley Sharp (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise)
Theatre includes repertory at Contact Theatre Manchester, Liverpool Playhouse. At the Royal Court Young Writers' Festival Stalemate/Gone/Who Knew Mackenzie? For the RSC: Macbeth, The Body, Maydays, Lear, Cyrano de Bergerac. TV: Tartuffe.
Tara Shaw (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise)
Theatre includes: Nita in the premieres of True Dare Kiss and Command or Promise at Liverpool Playhouse and Red Devils at the Man in the Moon Theatre, London British Council tour of Belgium and the Netherlands as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet. TV includes: Similar Triangles by Frederic Raphael, My World, Brookside, Connie, In Sickness and in Health, Let's Pretend. Film: The Assam Garden
Roderick Smith (True Dare Kiss, Command or Promise)
Theatre includes: work at Birmingham Rep, Belgrade Coventry, Soho Poly; Croydon Warehouse, The Fool at the Royal Court, On the Out at the Bush, The Swing (Almost Free), The Changeling, One Fine Day, Artists and Admirers (Riverside Studios), Waiting (Lyric Studio) NT: Tales from Hollywood, Antigone, The Garden of England (Studio Night). Film: In Search of Gregory.
Ewan Stewart (The Murderers, As I Lay Dying, In the Blue, The Garden of England)
Theatre includes season with Durham Theatre Company, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Scottish Opera) , Flying Blind (Royal Court). NT: A Month in the Country, Don Juan, Serjeant Musgrave's Dance, Major Barbara, Studio Night of In the Blue and The Murderers Workshop. TV includes: Soldiers Talking Cleanly, The Camerons, Shadows on our Skin, Rain on the Roof, Barriers, Mackenzie, The Professionals, The Quiet Days of Mrs Stafford, Green Street Revisited, A Woman Calling, Good and Bad at Games. Films: That Summer, All Quiet on the Western Front, Remembrance, Not Quite Jerusalem, Ill Fares the Land, Paradised Postponed, Flight to Berlin.
Heather Tobias (The Garden of England)
Theatre includes repertory at the Haymarket Leicester, University Theatre Newcastle upon Tyne, Royal Lyceum Edinburgh For Hull Truck Company Bed of Roses which played at the Bush and Royal Court. At the Bush Wilfred. In the West End: Gloo Joo (transferred from Hampstead). For the NT: Harlequinade, The Elephant Man, Wild Honey. TV includes: Sweet Nothings, Juliet Bravo, The Further Adventures of Lucky Jim, Let's Pretend, Potato Head Blues, Bird of Prey, Bleak House.
June Watson (As I Lay Dying, The Garden of England)
Theatre includes repertory at Liverpool, Leicester and Edinburgh. In London: Over Gardens Out, Life Price, Small Change (Royal Court), The Ha Ha (Hampstead), Hanky Park . (Mermaid), Cato Street (Young Vic), Waiting for the Parade (Lyric Hammersmith), Middle Age Spread (Apollo Theatre), Glass Houses, Saved (Royal Court). NT: Il Campiello, State of Revolution, Sir is Winning, Lark Rise, The Passion, The World Turned Upside Down, The Long Voyage Home, The Beggars' Opera, Small Change. TV includes: Z Cars, Angels, Waterloo Sunset, The Further Adventures of Oliver Twist, The Adventures of Caleb Williams, Tales of the Unexpected, Skin Deep, Squadron, The Big H, Eh Brian It's a Whopper, East Enders, Taggart, The Campbells, Brookside. Films: Bloody Kids, The Knowledge.
Daniel Webb (The Murderers, As I Lay Dying, Up for None, The Garden of England)
Theatre includes repertory at Glasgow Citizens', Northcott Exeter, Palace Watford, Liverpool Playhouse, Bristol Old Vic, Nottingham Playhouse, Sheffield Crucible. In London: I'm Talking About Jerusalem (Shaw), Carnival Wars (Royal Court Upstairs), California Dog Fight (Bush). NT. Mandragola, Up for None, A Bita' Business (Studio Nights). TV includes: Twelfth Night, Jackanory Playhouse, The Racing Game, The Imitation Game, Mackenzie, We'll Meet Again, Pasmore, The Other Arf, Star Struck, Whatever Happened to the Heroes?, Brookside, Video Stars, Tucker's Luck, More Lives Than One, Do You Know the Milky Way? Films: The Unapproachable, Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire, Defence of the Realm.
Joanne Whalley (As I Lay Dying)
Theatre includes appearances in the Young Writers' Festival, Royal Court, Peter Pan (Crucible Sheffield), Kate (Bush Theatre), The Crimes of Vautrin (Joint Stock), The Genius (Royal Court), Sleeping Beauty (Stratford East), Saved and The Pope's Wedding (Royal Court). TV includes: A Quiet Life, Phyllis Dixey, Coming Home, Juliet Bravo, Noddy, A Kind of Loving, The Gentle Touch, Bergerac, Reilly Ace of Spies, Edge of Darkness. Films: A Christmas Carol, Dance with a Stranger, No Surrender.
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