The Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Bill Kenwright are presenting a new stage production of The Exorcist, adapted by John Pielmeier from the novel by William Peter Blatty. The prod...
LAMDA announces autumn season
LAMDA - The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art announces its autumn season at The Drill Hall, from 29 Nov 2011 - 7 Dec 2011. The shows include:
29 Nov - 7 Dec 2011 (In repertoire)
Twelfth Night, written by William Shakespeare, directed by Bill Alexander, produced by LAMDA, design by Nancy Surman.
Cast includes Barney McElholm (Antonio), Calum Finlay (Feste), Charlotte Russell (Maria), David Crowley (Orsino), Elliot Balchin (Sebastian), Fionnuala Kennedy (Olivia), Henry Shields (Sir Anthony Aguecheek), Jeremy Lloyd (Captain / Priest), Joe Claflin (Malvolio), Laurie Jamieson (Sir Toby Belch), Lotti Maddox (Viola), Will Richards (Valentine / Fabian).
Shipwrecked upon the shores of Illyria, the beautiful Viola soon finds herself entangled in a web of mistaken identity and unrequited passion. Considered one of Shakespeare’s greatest comedies, Twelfth Night is a captivating tale of love, ambition, pride and cross-dressing.
30 Nov - 7 Dec 2011 (In repertoire)
The Merry Wives Of Windsor, written by William Shakespeare, directed by Deborah Paige, produced by LAMDA, design by Nancy Surman.
Cast includes Alex Vlahov (Sir John Falstaff), Chris Leask (Pistol / Rugby / Servant 1), Claudia Grant (Mistress Quickly), Dani Heron (Mistress Page), David Perry (Bardolph / Fenton), Teddy Nicholas(Nym / Doctor Caius), Jonathan Akingba (Page), Jordan King (Mistress Anne Page / William Page), Loren O’Brien (Hostess of the Garter Inn), Matthew Cavendish (Robin / Simple / Servant 2), Nathan Ives-Moiba (Slender Nathan), Niamh Walsh (Mistress Alice Ford), Samuel Trueman (Ford), Sean Rigby (Shallow), Tom Avlon (Sir Hugh Evans).
Armed with a cunning money-making scheme, unscrupulous philanderer Sir John Falstaff sets upon the wealthy ladies of Windsor…