CASTING FOR OLYMPILADS !!
We have cast our next production. We are absolutely delighted. Thank you to all the casting teams and all the agents for the constant support on this project.
Rhys Yates | Simon
Rhys trained at Rose Bruford and graduated in 2015. TV credits in include EASTENDERS (BBC), PLEBS (ITV) & Stan Lee's LUCKY MAN (Sky One). Rhys will next be seen as Julius in Sky/Amazon show BRITANNIA, written by Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem, Spectre, The Ferryman)
Michelle Barwood | Abigail
Her recent credits include 'Little Pieces of Gold' (Southwark Theatre) and Herstory Feminist Theatre Festival (Theatre N16). As Hamlet & Angelo in excerpts of an all-female Shakespeare, directed by Barbara Houseman. Commercial credits include, Diet Coke, Sainsburys, & more recently TFL anti-sexual harassment campaign.
Nebiu Samuel | Darren
Recent credits include short films such as Bad Wolves and Between Lovers in the role of Derren which was screened at the BFI South bank in July 2016. And stage productions including The Frogs at The Bread and Roses Theatre and Blackout at Hoxton Hall, Bloomsbury Theatre, and Soho Theatre.
REHEARSALS HAVE BEGUN!!
We are delighted to have started working on the new ANDREW MADDOCK play. It's called WAITING FOR CHARLIE and will have a short run at The Hope Theatre in Islington. The cast includes Alex Reynolds, Jennifer O'Neill, Niall Phillips and Andrew himself will be in the production.
It’s been a rough six months for Bobby, but his mate’s turning him vegan and he’s just started a new job.
Now, if only he could stop waiting for Charlie.
Then life would be really sweet.
You can purchase tickets here :
WE WANT TO MEET CREATIVES!!
We are pleased to announce a free workshop on June 5th 2017!!!! The main purpose of the workshop is to meet and engage with new actors and creatives. We are unfortunately limited to 35 people due to the constraints of the space, so we will be filling up the workshop on a first come, first served basis.
We are going to follow no particular theme or subject, we just want to get a ton of people who share our same passion for creativity and collaboration. We want people of all ages, from everywhere. From any discipline. If you're a sound designer. Wicked. Just be prepared to join in!
We aim for these workshops to become a regular fixture in our schedule so if our aren't successful on this occasion, please keep your eyes open for another one in the future!
We'd love for you to be part of this journey with us and invite you to get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with a little about yourself. We aren't asking for an essay or an application, we just want to know where your creativity lies.
From there we will be getting in touch with more information.
We hope to see you soon!
REVIEW ROUNDUP FOR HE(ART)
THE UPCOMING - ★★★★
'poignant and shocking, but ultimately heartwarming.'
LONDONTHEATRE1 - ★★★★
'well worthy of a trip down the Northern Line to Balham'
ACTDROP - ★★★★
'a well-written, entertaining and thought-provoking play'
I Thank You Theatre - ★★★★
'This was transformative theatre – I left Balham far more energised than when I arrived'
CARNS THEATRE PASSION - ★★★★
'Niall Phillips has drawn an accomplished performance from a talent cast.'
THE STAGE - ★★★
'Delicately drawn four-hander about class, art and love that explodes at the end'
'Heart-warming and provocative in equal measure'
OUGHT TO BE CLOWNS
'Maddock and director Niall Phillips conjure up something really rather beautiful.'
THE PLAYS THE THING
'a group of compelling characters that naturally generate conflict'
INTERVIEW WITH OUR ARTISTIC DIRECTOR ABOUT WHY MAKE THEATRE??
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MORE INFO HERE ABOUT HE(ART)
Our Artistic Director is working on a very exciting new project.
Presented by Lauren Gauge
The Unmarried is a truly original production that’s boldly cross-genre. Sharp comedic and poetic writing laced with explosive musical beats. This is gig theatre. Theatre you can rave to.
Rhythmically underscored by a live mix of beat boxing 90’s Dance hits and old school UK Garage. Award winning actor-writer Lauren Gauge explores with cutting comedy, the feminist defiance of the legacy of a patriarchal society that nearly succeeded in defining the hopes of a generation.
The story we tell is a raw, feminist, comedy. Luna is a bold a brass lager lout on the prowl for wild times, whilst in a 7 year long relationship with a wanker banker. Come and see the show explode with powerful performances, beat boxing and vocals…
Cast: Lauren Gauge
Beatbox & vocals: Kate & Nate (of Battersea Arts Centre’s beatbox academy.)
Director: Niall Phillips