by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
With MARISA BERENSON, JACK COLGRAVE HIRST, FREDDIE FOX, TOM HANSON, MATTHEW HAWKSLEY, DEREK JACOBI, LILY JAMES, TAYLOR JAMES, PIP JORDAN, ANSU KABIA, RICHARD MADDEN, RACHEAL OFORI, NIKKI PATEL, CHRIS PORTER, ZOË RAINEY, MICHAEL ROUSE, MEERA SYAL, SAMUEL VALENTINE and KATHRYN WILDER
ROB ASHFORD - Director
Theatre credits on Broadway include Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Evita (Tony Award Nomination), How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Tony Award Nominations for Direction and Choreography), Promises, Promises (Tony Award Nomination), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Tony Award Best Choreography), Shrek, John Water's Cry Baby (Tony Award Nomination, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Fred Astaire Awards), Curtains (Tony Award Nomination) and The Wedding Singer (Tony Award Nomination).▼ Show More
Other credits include Macbeth (Park Avenue Armory, New York and Manchester International Festival); the Olivier Award winning productions of Anna Christie, A Streetcar Named Desire and Parade (All Donmar Warehouse); Directed and Choreographed Peter Pan Live! and The Sound of Music Live! (NBC. DGA Award Nominations for both); Directed The Barber of Seville and Carousel (Lyric Opera Chicago).
He choreographed and staged the 2015 Academy Awards with Neil Patrick Harris, the 2014 Academy Awards with Ellen DeGeneres, and the 2013 Academy Awards with Seth MacFarlane. For the Academy Awards 2009 won the Emmy Award for Best Choreography for his work on Baz Luhrmann's production number featuring Hugh Jackman and Beyoncé. He has also choreographed the opening number for The Tony Awards starring Neil Patrick Harris for the past 4 years.
Films include choreography for Beyond the Sea and Disney's Cinderella.
Rob is an Associate Director at The Old Vic Theatre in London and is a Trustee of The Joyce Theatre in New York City.
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KENNETH BRANAGH - Director
Kenneth Branagh's stage acting credits include: Another Country, Henry V, Golden Girls, three productions of Hamlet, Love's Labour's Lost, Romeo and Juliet (also directed), Public Enemy, As You Like It, Much Ado About Nothing, Look Back in Anger, A Midsummer Night's Dream (also directed), King Lear (also directed), Coriolanus, Richard III, Edmond, Ivanov, The Painkiller and Macbeth (also co-directed). The plays he has directed also include John Sessions' The Life of Napoleon and Napoleon, The American Story, Twelfth Night, Uncle Vanya, The Play What I Wrote, and Ducktastic.▼ Show More
Branagh's film credits include: Henry V, Dead Again, Peter's Friends, Much Ado About Nothing, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, In the Bleak Midwinter, Othello, Hamlet, The Gingerbread Man, Theory of Flight, Celebrity, Wild Wild West, El Dorado, Love's Labour's Lost, How to Kill Your Neighbour's Dog, Rabbit Proof Fence, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, As You Like It, The Magic Flute, Sleuth, Valkyrie, The Boat that Rocked, Thor, My Week with Marilyn, Jack Ryan, and Cinderella for Disney. Branagh holds five career Academy Award® nominations, one of the first individuals to receive five nominations in five separate categories (Actor, Supporting Actor, Director, Screenplay, and Short).
Branagh's television credits include: The Billy Plays, The Boy in the Bush, Fortunes of War, Shadow of a Gunman, Conspiracy, Shackleton, Warm Springs, 10 Days to War, and Wallander. His writing credits include two plays, Tell Me Honestly and Public Enemy; his autobiography, Beginning; and a number of screen adaptations: Shakespeare's Henry V, Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet, Love's Labour's Lost, As You Like It, In The Bleak Midwinter and Mozart's The Magic Flute.
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CHRISTOPHER ORAM - Set and Costume Designer
Recent engagements: Man and Superman (National Theatre); Wolf Hall and Bringing up the Bodies (RSC: Stratford, London, NYC); Macbeth (Manchester International Festival & Park Avenue Armoury); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Richard Rodgers theatre, NYC); Evita (Marquis, NYC); Company (Sheffield Crucible); Don Giovanni (Met); Madama Butterfly (Houston Grand Opera); Red (Donmar, Golden NYC, Los Angeles); King Lear (Donmar, BAM); Billy Budd (Glyndebourne, BAM). As part of the inaugural season for the Michael Grandage Company: Privates on Parade, Peter and Alice, The Cripple of Inishmaan (also NYC), A Midsummer Night's Dream, Henry V, Wolf Hall and Bringing up the Bodies (Broadway).▼ Show More
He trained at the West Sussex College of Art and Design and has collaborated with Michael Grandage on numerous productions since 1996. He is the recipient of an Evening Standard Award for Caligula (2003), Olivier Award for Power (2004) and a Tony Award for Red (2010).
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HOWARD HUDSON - Lighting Design
UK Theatre Credits Include: In The Heights (King's Cross Theatre); The Smallest Show On Earth (Mercury Colchester & UK Tour); Oliver! (Watermill Theatre); Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4: The Musical (Leicester Curve); Each His Own Wilderness (Orange Tree Theatre); The Secret Adversary (Watermill & UK Tour); Bedroom Farce & Separate Tables (Salisbury Playhouse); Casa Valentina, Next Fall, In The Heights, Dogfight, Three Sisters, Titanic, Victor Victoria, Mark And Mabel & Parade (Southwark Playhouse); Private Peaceful (Tobacco Factory, Bristol); Toro Toro (Northcott Exeter & UK Tour); The Miser (Theatre Royal Windsor & UK Tour); 1936 (Sadlers Wells); The Other School (St James Theatre); Less Than Kind (Yvonne Arnaud & Uk Tour); State Fair (Trafalgar Studios); Spring Awakening (Rose, Kingston).▼ Show More
International Theatre Credits Include: Titanic (Princess Of Wales Theatre, Toronto); Death And The Maiden & Educating Rita (English Theatre Frankfurt); The Phantom Of The Opera (National Opera, Bucharest); Long Day's Journey Into Night (Bermuda Festival Of Performing Arts); Cornelius (59e59 Theatre, New York); La Cage Aux Folles (Aarhus Teater, Denmark).
Opera & Dance Credits Include: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Royal Opera House, Linbury); Egle The Queen Of Serpents (Lithuania National Opera & Ballet, Choreo: George Williamson); Lakme (Opera Holland Park); My First Ballet: Swan Lake (English National Ballet); Fidelio & Vert Vert (Garsington Opera).
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CHRISTOPHER SHUTT - Sound Design
Recent Engagements: Hamlet (Barbican); The Father (West End); Here We Go, Beaux Stratagem, Man & Superman (National Theatre); hang (Royal Court); Oppenheimer, Wendy & Peter Pan (RSC); The Seagull (Regent's Park); War Horse (China); Bull (Young Vic) and Escaped Alone (Royal Court);▼ Show More
Forthcoming Engagements: Hamlet (RSC); The Father (BBC Radio).
Christopher Shutt trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He was Head of Sound at the Bristol Old Vic, Royal Court Theatre and National Theatre and now works freelance.
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PATRICK DOYLE - Composer
Patrick Doyle is a classically trained composer. He graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music in 1975 and was made a Fellow of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music in 2001. After many years composing for theatre, radio and television, Patrick joined the Renaissance Theatre Company as composer and musical director in 1987. In 1989 director Sir Kenneth Branagh commissioned Patrick to compose the score for Henry V, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, and they have subsequently collaborated on numerous pictures, including Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet, As You Like It and Cinderella. Patrick and Branagh's collaboration within film and theatre has continued to this day, with performances worldwide that include Branagh's 2014 production of Macbeth, which ran at the Park Avenue Armory Theatre in New York.▼ Show More
Patrick has been commissioned to score over 50 international feature films, including Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Gosford Park, Sense and Sensibility, Indochine, Carlito's Way and A Little Princess. His work has led to collaborations with some of the most acclaimed directors in the world, such as Regis Wargnier, Brian De Palma, Alfonso Cuaròn, Ang Lee, Chen Kaige, Mike Newell and Robert Altman.
In October 2007, Patrick Doyle's 'Music from the Movies' sell-out concert on behalf of The Leukaemia Research Fund was staged at The Royal Albert Hall. It was directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh and starred a host of international talent, including Emma Thompson, Sir Derek Jacobi, Dame Judi Dench and Alan Rickman, among many others. In December 2013, the London Symphony Orchestra performed a programme of Patrick's work in a special celebratory concert at the Barbican for Patrick's 60th birthday, at which Sir Derek Jacobi, Emma Thompson and soprano Janis Kelly performed.
Patrick has received two Oscar, two Golden Globe, one BAFTA and two Cesar nominations, as well as winning the 1989 Ivor Novello Award for Best Film Theme for Henry V. He has also been honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award from Scottish BAFTA, the Henry Mancini Award from ASCAP and the PRS Award for Extraordinary Achievement in Music.
Patrick has composed several concert pieces, including Tam O Shanter, commissioned by the Scottish Schools Orchestra Trust; Corarsik, composed for Emma Thompson's birthday; The Face in the Lake, commissioned by Sony and narrated by Kate Winslet; and The Thistle and the Rose, commissioned by Prince Charles in honour of the Queen Mother's 90th birthday. His concert suite Impressions of America received its world premiere in July 2012 with the National Schools Symphony Orchestra, of which Patrick is a patron. Patrick scored Rise of the Planet of the Apes for Fox Studios, and Brave for Disney/Pixar, and was subsequently awarded Best Original Composition for Film at the International Music and Sound Awards for Brave. In addition, Patrick completed a score for the silent movie It starring Clara Bow, commissioned by The Syracuse Film Festival, which received its world premiere at the Syracuse historic Landmark Theatre in October 2013.
Most recently, Patrick completed work on the music for Walt Disney's live action version of Cinderella, directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh and released worldwide in spring 2015. This is their eleventh film collaboration to date. Patrick also recently completed recording a solo piano album made up of a collection of his scores to date, released by Varese Sarabande on 24th July 2015.
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MARISA BERENSON - Lady Capulet
Marisa Berenson is known for her work across stage, screen and in fashion and was dubbed the “It Girl” by Yves Saint Laurent in the early 1970s.
Her film credits include Death in Venice, Cabaret, S.O.B., Barry Lyndon, I Am Love, The Love Punch and White Hunter and Black Heart. For her performance in Cabaret, she was nominated for the Golden Globe, the BAFTA and the National Board of Review.
Her television movie credits include Playing For Time, Hemingway, Lo Scialo and Mafiosa.
Marisa’s theatre credits include Design for Living (Nöel Coward, New York); Holiday (Ahmanson Theatre) and The Time of Your Life (William Sorayan). She is a UNESCO Good Will Ambassador, and UNESCO Artist for Peace. She is also an ambassador for the Hôpital Robert-Debré in Paris.
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JACK COLGRAVE HIRST - Benvolio
Jack Colgrave Hirst has previously appeared in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s The Winter’s Tale and Harlequinade. Jack graduated from RADA in 2014 and his credits whilst there included Punk Rock, Mad to Go, Mercury Fur, Twelfth Night, Measure for Measure and Three Sisters. His TV credits include Trials of Jimmy Rose and Lucky Man.
FREDDIE FOX - Romeo
TOM HANSON - Paris
Tom Hanson's theatre credits include French Without Tears (Orange Tree Theatre); The Gathered Leaves (Park Theatre) and Posh (Nottingham Playhouse). Credits in training include She Stoops to Conquer, Betrayal, In the Summer House, Much Ado About Nothing, The Way of the World, Poetic Bodies, Measure for Measure, Oedipus – Seneca, The Cherry Orchard and Period of Adjustment.
MATTHEW HAWKSLEY - Anthony/1st Musician, Friar John, Third Guard
Matthew Hawksley made his West End debut in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s production of The Winter’s Tale as Aegeum. Having trained at Bird College, his theatre credits include Annie (UK Tour); A Damsel in Distress (Chichester Festival Theatre); White Christmas (West Yorkshire Playhouse) and West Side Story (UK Tour).
DEREK JACOBI - Mercutio
Derek Jacobi’s stage credits include Heartbreak House, King Lear, two productions of Twelfth Night (Olivier Award; Best Actor); The Tempest, Macbeth, Richard III and Richard II, Much Ado About Nothing (Olivier Award; Best Actor); Cyrano De Bergerac (London Critics Circle Theatre Award; Best Actor); Ivanov, Antony and Cleopatra and three productions of Hamlet (also directed).▼ Show More
Derek has performed in many productions with both Chichester Festival Theatre and NT Old Vic Theatre including Three Sisters, As You Like It, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Othello, Love For Love, Black Comedy and Hadrian VII.
Derek’s film credits include Cinderella, Grace of Monaco, The King’s Speech, A Bunch of Amateurs, The Golden Compass, Gosford Park, The Children’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, Gladiator, Joan Of Arc: The Virgin Warrior, Hamlet, Aladdin, Henry V, Three Sisters and Othello.
Derek’s television credits include Last Tango in Halifax, Titanic, Joe Maddison’s War, Margot, The Old Curiosity Shop, Doctor Who: Series III, Miss Marple: Murder at the Vicarage, The Jury, Frasier, The Secret Garden, Cyrano De Bergerac, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hamlet; Prince of Denmark, King Richard The Second, Markheim and The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes.
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LILY JAMES - Juliet
Lily James is an actress of stage and screen who came to international prominence in Downton Abbey as Lady Rose and who has recently won acclaim for her role in Kenneth Branagh's 2015 production of Cinderella in which she played the title character.▼ Show More
Having graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2010, Lily's stage credits include Desdemona in Othello (Sheffield Crucible); The Seagull (Southwark Playhouse); Vernon God Little (Young Vic) and Martin Crimp's Play House and Definitely the Bahamas (both Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond). Lily's upcoming projects include the BBC and The Weinstein Company's production of War and Peace which also stars Paul Dano and Jim Broadbent and the feature adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies in which she stars alongside Sam Riley, Charles Dance, Matt Smith and Douglas Booth.
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TAYLOR JAMES - Prince
Taylor James has previously appeared in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company's production of The Winter's Tale as Capnio. His other theatre credits include: The Duchess Of Malfi (Old Vic, Jamie Lloyd); Danton's Death (National Theatre, Michael Grandage); The Little Dog Laughed (CMP, Jamie Lloyd); PIAF (Donmar, Jamie Lloyd); Guys & Dolls (ATG, Michael Grandage) and MAMMA MIA! (Littlestar, Phyllida Lloyd).▼ Show More
Film credits include: Christmas Eve (Mitch Davis); Howard's Happy Place (Andrew Bond/Idris Elba); Blitz (Elliott Lester) and MAMMA MIA! (Phyllida Lloyd).
Television credits include: Red Dwarf, Sirens, Material Girl and Hotel Babylon.
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PIP JORDAN - Potpan, Second Musician & Second Guard
Theatre: assistant choreographer A Damsel in Distress (Chichester FT); associate choreographer Shrek UK Tour, associate director Finding Neverland (Curve, Leicester); resident dance supervisor Shrek The Musical (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane); associate choreographer Thursford Christmas Spectacular, assistant choreographer Guys and Dolls (UK tour) and Parade (Donmar Warehouse); dance captain Love Never Dies (Adelphi); Wild West Girl Shall We Dance (Sadler's Wells); dance captain Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, assistant dance captain Evita (Adelphi); Havana Girl Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly); Mona Chicago (International tour); Pearl Lady Thoroughly Modern Millie (Shaftesbury); Contact (Queens); Mary Pickwick (Oxford Apollo); Mack and Mabel (Piccadilly).▼ Show More
Television: six years resident dancer Stars in Their Eyes. Numerous Royal Variety Performances & TV commercials!
Film: UK Associate to Rob Ashford Cinderella (Disney, Kenneth Branagh) and Beyond The Sea (Kevin Spacey).
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ANSU KABIA - Tybalt and First Guard
Ansu Kabia has previously appeared in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s production of The Winter’s Tale as Cleomenes and Harlequinade as Johnny. His previous theatre credits have included To Sir With Love (Northampton and Touring Consortium); The Merry Wives of Windsor (RSC); The Mouse and his Child (RSC); She Rode Horses Like the Stock Exchange (Old Vic New Voices); A Few Man Fridays (Riverside Studios); Antony and Cleopatra, King Lear, The Grainstore, As You Like It (all RSC); The Great Theatre of the World (Arcola Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (Harlow Playhouse); Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Manchester Library Theatre); Othello (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); Blue/Orange (The Cockpit Theatre) and Much Ado About Nothing (Manchester Library Theatre).▼ Show More
Television includes: Casualty, The Bill, Wizards vs Aliens and City on Fire.
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RICHARD MADDEN - Romeo
Richard Madden is best known for his compelling role of Robb Stark in the globally acclaimed HBO series Game of Thrones and for his role as Prince Kit in Kenneth Branagh's Cinderella. A graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Richard's roles on stage include Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare's Globe); Noughts and Crosses (Royal Shakespeare Company) and John Tiffany's Be Near Me (Donmar Warehouse).▼ Show More
In addition to Game of Thrones, Richard has also been seen on screen in Abi Morgan's television adaption of Sebastian Faulk's Birdsong and the Discovery Channel's original mini-series Klondike. Richard's future work on screen includes BBC One's adaptation of Lady Chatterley's Lover in which he stars opposite Holliday Grainger and Focus Feature's action-thriller Bastille Day alongside Idris Elba.
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RACHEAL OFORI - Sampson and Page
Since graduating from Italia Conti Academy in 2013, Racheal has since worked in both theatre and television. Her theatre work include A Midsummer Night's Dream (Tooting Arts Club) and The Merchant of Venice (Globe Theatre). Racheal’s debut solo show Portrait, was performed to a sell-out audience at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015 and subsequently transferred to the Camden People’s Theatre, Bush Theatre and the Southbank Centre as part of a UK tour. The success of Portrait led to appearances on BBC2 and BBC Radio 4. Rachael’s other television work includes the BBC’s Wizards Vs. Aliens.
NIKKI PATEL - Balthasar
Nikki Patel has made her stage debut last year in the lead role of Alia in Future Conditional (Old Vic Theatre). She is well-known for playing Amber Kalirai in Coronation Street for which she received an NTA nomination for Best Newcomer. Nikki’s other television appearances include Waterloo Road, The Bright Side and The Five.
CHRIS PORTER - Lord Montague
Chris Porter trained at LAMDA and has since gone on to appear in theatre productions such as The Winter's Tale, The Wind in the Willows, Henry V, Twelfth Night, Othello, Midsummer Night's Dream (all Guildford Shakespeare); Round and Round the Garden (Mill At Sonning); Martine (Finborough Theatre); What the Dickens (Gonzo Moose & Drum Plymouth); Friend or Foe (Colchester Mercury); The Hypochondriac (Liverpool Playhouse and ETT); Victory (Arcola); Hard Times (Compass); Onysos the Wild (503 and Traverse); Tartuffe (Watermill); Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (Globe Theatre, Warsaw); Angels Among The Trees (Nottingham Playhouse); The Legend of King Arthur and Bartleby (Red Shift); Saints Day and The Road to Ruin (Orange Tree Theatre); The Art of Success (Arcola); The Winter’s Tale, The Maid’s Tragedy (Shakespeare’s Globe) and The Dwarfs, The Local Stigmatic and Lakeboat (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith & Assembly Rooms).▼ Show More
In addition to his work on stage, Chris has also appeared on screen in David Mamet’s film The Winslow Boy and on television in Bad Girls, Footballer’s Wives, The Bill and The Genius of Mozart.
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ZOË RAINEY - Lady Montague
Zoë Rainey has previously appeared in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s productions of The Winter’s Tale as Emilia and Harlequinade as Wardrobe Mistress. Zoë’s further theatre credits include Anything Goes (UK and Ireland Tour); The Return of the Soldier (Jermyn Street Theatre); The Famished Land (Greenwood Theatre); John Ferguson (Finborough Theatre); Oh What A Lovely War (Theatre Royal, Stratford East); Dancing at Lughnasa (Royal and Derngate and Oxford Playhouse); Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve); School For Scandal (Theatre Royal Bath); She Stoops To Conquer (Olivier Theatre, National Theatre); The Commitments (Workshop, Leicester Square Theatre); Wicked (Victoria Apollo Theatre); Sunshine on Leith (Dundee Rep and UK Tour); Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre); Gigi (Regent's Park); The Sound Of Music (Larnaca Festival); Parade (Donmar Warehouse); Guys and Dolls (UK Tour); Jean de Florette (Workshop, The Venue); The Woman in White (Palace Theatre); Little Women (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane); Jekyll and Hyde (UK Tour) and War Crime Tribunal (Pleasance and Underground Theatre).▼ Show More
In addition to her work on stage, Zoë’s film Credits include Beauty and the Beast, Mr Holmes and Cinderella.
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MICHAEL ROUSE - Lord Capulet
Michael Rouse has previously appeared in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s productions of The Winter’s Tale as Gaoler and Harlequinade as Rehearsal Pianist. Michael's previous theatre credits include Three Men in a Boat (UK Tour); The Bodyguard (The Adelphi Theatre); Carousel (Barbican); West Side Story (Dubai); Matilda (RSC); Oklahoma (Chichester Festival Theatre); Lord of the Rings (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane); The Boy Friend (Regent's Park Open Air); Once in a Lifetime, The Mandate and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (National Theatre); Dona Rosita: The Spinster (Orange Tree); The Winter's Tale (Lincoln's Inn); Reasons For The Fall of Emperors (Kings Head); The Secret Garden (RSC); Sweeney Todd (Hereford Courtyard) and Saturday Night Fever (Cologne).▼ Show More
Michael's film and television credits include 24: Live Another Day, Alien Autopsy (Qwerty Films); Mary Queen of Scots (BBC); You might be wrong (Tristar) and The Man Who knew Too Little (Luna Productions).
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MEERA SYAL - Nurse
Meera Syal is known for her work across television, film and on stage. Meera’s stage credits include Behind The Beautiful Forevers (National Theatre); If You Don't Let Us Dream, We Won't Let You Sleep (Royal Court Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Killing Of Sister George (Arts Theatre); Shirley Valentine (Menier Chocolate Factory/Trafalgar Studios); Rafta, Rafta (National Theatre); Bombay Dreams (Apollo Victoria); The Vagina Monologues (Old Vic, West End and Madison Square Gardens New York); The Great Celestial Cow (Royal Court Upstairs and tour); Minor Complications (Royal Court Upstairs); True Dare Kiss (Royal Court Upstairs); Byrthrite (Royal Court Upstairs); School For Scandal (Bristol Old Vic); My Girl (Theatre Royal, Stratford East); Blood Wedding (Half Moon and Tour); Peer Gynt (National Theatre) and The Oppressed Minorities Big Fun Show (Edinburgh Festival and Shaw Theatre).▼ Show More
In addition to her work on stage, Meera’s film credits include A Nice Arrangement, Absolutely Anything, All In Good Time, You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger, Desert Flower, Mad, Sad & Bad, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, Scoop, Anita and Me, Beautiful Thing, International Reactions, Sammi and Rosie Get Laid and It's Not Unusual.
Meera’s television credits include The Boy In The Dress, Goodness Gracious Me, Broadchurch, Psychobitches, The Job Lot, The Brink, The Kumars, Crackanory, Silk, Family Tree, Hunted, The Jury, Little Crackers, Beautiful People, Jekyll, The Amazing Mrs Pritchard, The Secretary Who Stole £4 Million, Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee, The Kumars, Goodness Gracious Me, Band Of Gold, Deadly Crack, Absolutely Fabulous, Sean's Show, JO Brands THROUGH THE CAKEHOLE, My Sister Wife, Kinsey, A Little Princess, Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, The Real Mccoy, Flight, Crossing the Floor and Holding On.
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SAMUEL VALENTINE - Friar Laurence
Samuel Valentine previous theatre credits include Romeo and Juliet (The Globe); The Witch of Edmonton, High Society, The Sea, Much Ado About Nothing, Poetic Bodies, The Convent of Pleasure, Oedipus (all RADA) and Emma – Rehearsed Reading (Friends of Brunswick Square). Samuel’s appearances on television have included Poldark, The Hollow Crown and Black Mirror.
KATHRYN WILDER - Peter/Apothecary
Kathryn Wilder has previously appeared in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s productions of The Winter’s Tale as Mopsa and Harlequinade as Joyce Langland. In addition to this she has appeared on stage in A Telescope Trained on the Sky, Drawing (The Yard) and As You Like It, Sweet Charity, The Changeling, The Women of Twilight, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Medea, The Boat Play, The Recruiting Officer, The Tempest, August: Osage County, Chicken Soup with Barley (all RADA).