Stephen Graney has been asked to reprise the role of Tom Riddle in Voldermort and the Teenage Hogwarts Musical Parody running at the Kings Head Theatre from November to January
Returning for Christmas following a smash hit Autumn run. Before Voldemort became He Who Must Not Be Named, he was just Tom Riddle, another moody teenager at Hogwarts. Join him in this brand new hilarious musical adventure as he learns the ways of love, proper snake maintenance and The Unforgivable Curses. Fresh from sold out performances at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, two of the co-creators of Fringe sell-out smash-hit Thrones! The Musical bring you a Harry Potter musical parody that is sure to leave you spellbound. Packed with magic, hormones and more than a few murders, Voldemort and the Teenage Hogwarts Musical Parody tells the little-known tale of how Tom Riddle was once in a rock band with a giant squid, how he learned how to kiss from a snake, and that he once had a Hufflepuff girlfriend…
Eoin McKenna has been cast as the Vicar, Sergeant and Child in Whistle Down the Wind performing at The Union Theatre in November and December
The time is the late 1950s, the place, a small village in Lancashire. Hurrying to a barn with three rescued kittens, Cathy, a schoolgirl, discovers a stranger hiding there. She recognises Him immediately as Jesus Christ and tells her sister, Nan. The next day their brother Charles also learns of their discovery. They decide to tell nobody, but gradually word spreads through the children of the village. Anxious to protect Jesus from unbelieving adults, they keep His arrival a secret and besides, most of their parents are preoccupied with news of a convict on the loose in the area. Trouble starts when the village bully, Raymond, threatens to give the game away . . . Adapted from the famous film and novel, this critically acclaimed musical will enthral audiences with its powerful and moving score and book.
Rebecca Withers has been cast in the Guildford Fringe Adult Panto Sinders this year over Christmas.
Taking the good ‘ol heart-warming, much loved tale of luck, love and sibling rivalry and dousing it liberally with naughtiness, sexiness and smut, Guildford Fringe present Sinders for their 2019/20 Adult Panto!
Sex-starved Ugly Sisters with questionable facial hair, a drunk Fairy Godmother and a delightfully shallow Prince Charming all revolve around a wonderful Sinders who combines a cleaning obsession with a need for lust and love (but mostly lust!).
This is Cinderella as you haven’t seen her before and won’t see again!
Maya Nika Bewley has been cast in the role of Margo in XV Theatre Company’s production of Thread performing at The Hope Theatre, Islington between November and December
Vivian is on the verge of a career defining achievement when a shattering sexual allegation about her famous father, Peter, now suffering with Alzheimer’s disease, threatens to be revealed. Her social media conscious younger sister Margo, is desperate for the truth but, as family secrets slowly begin to reveal themselves, Vivian finds herself caught between loyalty to her family and the new world of #metoo; a world she should be a part of.
As the pressure grows around the family, the threads that bind them begin to tear and pushes the sisters to confront the question – is protecting family, more important than the truth?
THREAD is a female driven play about loyalty, mental health, social media in the age of the #MeToo movement, family ties and the collateral damage of abuse and allegations.