Jenny May Morgan performs her comedy show ‘Sticky Digits’ as part of a comedy double bill with Sinead Parker in ‘An Evening of Filth and despair’ she will be appearing at The Kings Arms, Salford July 30th 9pm as part of The Greater Manchester Fringe.
Luke Walker’s play The Tongue Twister is being performed this week at 24:7 Theatre festival. Rumoured to be the pick of the fringe… “This play stands out, not just for the concept, but the linguistic skills of Luke Walker” ***** Julia Taylor, What’s on Stage
Matthew is touring the UK in Robin Hood and Macbeth this summer with Illyria, receiving excellent review… ” The humour lies with Matthew Rothwell, comically kilted and Scottish in accent, whose scene in among the front row of the audience is first-class.” Toby Stirling The Guardian, Macbeth
Gareth is will be appearing in an enchanting open air production of Hansel and Gretel this July and August at Williamson Park Lancaster with The Dukes. Running from July 4th until August 16th.
Nicola is currently appearing as Margaret and Dogberry in The English Theatre of Vienna’s production of Much Ado About Nothing. The production opened on May 25th and runs until July 5th
Galye has begun her world tour with Tutti Frutti Theatre/ York Theatre Royal’s ‘Rapunzel’. Currently appearing at the 18th Assitej World Congress in Warsaw, Poland and then from 4th June to Sunday 8th June at Hong Kong Drama Theatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts as part of KidsFest Hong Kong
Howard is currently appearing in the brand new version of the legendary New Vic show. Running from 2nd to 24th May. http://www.newvictheatre.org.uk/i-don-t-want-to-set-the-world-on-fire
Nicola Jayne Ingram will be appearing as Margret and Mrs Dogberry in English Theatre Vienna’s production of Much Ado About Nothing. The show opens 26th May playing until 5th July.
Jenny will be performing her own comedy writing on May 6th at The Kings Arms for Next Draft, a night of new writing with a cabaret twist.
Julia has just finished recording an episode of ‘Brief Lives (Series 7) for BBC Radio 4, directed by Gary Brown.