Category: Cast

Playing Shakespeare 2018: Cast Announced We’re delighted to…


Philip Correia and Emilio Doorgasingh


Tyler Fayose


Charlyne Francis


Aruhan Galieva


Fiona Hampton


Ben Mansfield


Jordan Mifsud


Charlotte Mills


Rachel Winters

Playing Shakespeare 2018: Cast Announced 

We’re delighted to announce the cast for Playing Shakespeare 2018 with Deutsche Bank, Much Ado About Nothing.

Philip Correia (Claudio), Emilio Doorgasingh (Leonato), Tyler Fayose (Don Pedro), Charlyne Francis (Donna Joan), Aruhan Galieva (Hero), Fiona Hampton (Beatrice), Ben Mansfield (Benedick), Jordan Mifsud (Borachio), Charlotte Mills (Dogberry/ Pastor Francis), Rachel Winters (Margaret/Verges).

Tickets are on sale for family performances.

Playing Shakespeare 2018: Cast Announced We’re delighted to…


Philip Correia and Emilio Doorgasingh


Tyler Fayose


Charlyne Francis


Aruhan Galieva


Fiona Hampton


Ben Mansfield


Jordan Mifsud


Charlotte Mills


Rachel Winters

Playing Shakespeare 2018: Cast Announced 

We’re delighted to announce the cast for Playing Shakespeare 2018 with Deutsche Bank, Much Ado About Nothing.

Philip Correia (Claudio), Emilio Doorgasingh (Leonato), Tyler Fayose (Don Pedro), Charlyne Francis (Donna Joan), Aruhan Galieva (Hero), Fiona Hampton (Beatrice), Ben Mansfield (Benedick), Jordan Mifsud (Borachio), Charlotte Mills (Dogberry/ Pastor Francis), Rachel Winters (Margaret/Verges).

Tickets are on sale for family performances.

Read Not Dead 3 December: Cast AnnouncedJoining us for our next…


Andy Secombe and Beth Eyre


Charlie Ryall and Clark Alexander


James Wallace


Jeremy Booth


Joe Eyre


Karen Whyte


Lydia Bakelmun


Oliver Lavery


Peter Wicks and Robbie Capaldi


Sam Jenkins-Shaw and Timothy Blore

Read Not Dead 3 December: Cast Announced

Joining us for our next Read Not Dead event on 3 December (Massinger’s The Bashful Lover) are:

Andy Secombe, Beth Eyre, Charlie Ryall, Clark Alexander, James Wallace, Jeremy Booth, Joe Eyre, Karen Whyte, Lydia Bakelmun, Oliver Lavery, Peter Wicks, Robbie Capaldi, Sam Jenkins-Shaw and Timothy Blore.

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Read Not Dead 3 December: Cast AnnouncedJoining us for our next…


Andy Secombe and Beth Eyre


Charlie Ryall and Clark Alexander


James Wallace


Jeremy Booth


Joe Eyre


Karen Whyte


Lydia Bakelmun


Oliver Lavery


Peter Wicks and Robbie Capaldi


Sam Jenkins-Shaw and Timothy Blore

Read Not Dead 3 December: Cast Announced

Joining us for our next Read Not Dead event on 3 December (Massinger’s The Bashful Lover) are:

Andy Secombe, Beth Eyre, Charlie Ryall, Clark Alexander, James Wallace, Jeremy Booth, Joe Eyre, Karen Whyte, Lydia Bakelmun, Oliver Lavery, Peter Wicks, Robbie Capaldi, Sam Jenkins-Shaw and Timothy Blore.

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The Elder Brother: Cast AnnouncedOur next Read Not Dead event is…

The Elder Brother: Cast Announced

Our next Read Not Dead event is a reading of The Elder Brother by Philip Massinger and John Fletcher (published 1637). 

We are delighted to announce the cast joining us this Sunday 17 September (L-R):

Charlie Ryall, Emma Denly, Harry Russell, Henry Everett, Jeremy Booth, Jonathon Reid, Michael Watson-Gray, Monty D’Invernno, Peter Wicks

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Romantics Anonymous cast announcedSome familiar faces from our…

Romantics Anonymous cast announced

Some familiar faces from our Summer of Love move into the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse for Romantic Anonymous this winter. 

Marc Antolin (Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night), Carly Bawden (Maria in Twelfth Night), Gareth Snook (Lord Capulet in Romeo and Juliet), and Dominic Marsh (Tristan in Kneehigh’s Tristan & Yseult) will be joined by Philip Cox, Joe Evans, Natasha Jayetileke, Joanna Riding and Lauren Samuels to tell this funny, charming and awkward love story.

This new musical will be directed by Emma Rice, with book written by Emma
Rice
, lyrics by Christopher Dimond, and music by Michael Kooman,
presented by special arrangement with Radio Mouse Entertainment.

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Cast Announced for Sapho and PhaoThe Read Not Dead ground rules…

Cast Announced for Sapho and Phao

The Read Not Dead ground rules are simple. Actors rehearse the play on a Sunday morning and present it, script in hand, to an audience later that afternoon.

Our next event takes place this Sunday 27 August with a reading of John LyLy’s Sapho and Phao.

The cast joining us on Sunday are:

Suzanne Ahmet, James Askill, Oliver Bennet, Selina Cadell, Emma Denly, Tim Frances, Nat Graham, Bella Heesom, Lucy-Rose Leonard, Patrick Walshe McBride, Alex Mugnaioni, Emma Pallant, Rebecca Todd, James Thorne, Leo Wan, Rowan Williams

Pictured: Title page of Sapho and Phao, John LyLy (1584)

Boudica Cast AnnouncedGina McKee will play the title role in our…

Boudica Cast Announced

Gina McKee will play the title role in our production of Boudica, a new play which charts the story of one of Britain’s most famous warrior queens.

The full cast: Bethan Clark, Samuel Collings, Owen Findlay, Jenny Fitzpatrick, Kate Handford, Joan Iyiola, Brian Martin, Forbes Masson (above L-R), Gina McKee, Anna-Maria Nabirye, Abraham Popoola, Clifford Samuel, Natalie Simpson and Tok Stephen (below L-R).

Written by Tristan Bernays and directed by Eleanor Rhode, Boudica opens on Friday 8 September in The Globe Theatre.

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