Georgia Imrie will be playing the role of Annie in Dissociated performing at the Arts Theatre in Camden between September and October.
Alex is twenty-seven years old and seems to have everything going for her.
Her career is about to take off, she is getting married and best of all, she has finally learned to spell the word “Dyscopia”.
However, her sleeping has become increasingly disrupted.
To cope, Alex retreats into a world of dreams, but as her mental health worsens the barrier between what is real and imaginary starts to break down.
Join Alex in her dreams during this immersive, musical adventure into recovery.
Lucie Neale will be playing the role of Antigone Go Go Jones in Up the Bunty at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre in August
A camp romp through the world that time and taste forgot, ‘Up the Bunty’ is the lovechild of the Carry on films and Benny Hill with a healthy dose of wigs and dodgy accents and some (un)original music.
Jonathon Hands will be playing the role of the Merchant and Bookshelf in an adaptation of Beauty and the Beast at the Underbelly at Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August
On his way home through the forest, Beauty’s father picks her a rose from the enchanted palace gardens. That turns out to be a very big mistake… A heartwarming, high-energy retelling of Jeanne Marie de Beaumont’s classic tale about loyalty, bravery and finding friends in surprising places.
Rebecca Withers has been cast as the Ensemble and understudy to all three female leads in Friendsical the Musical performing at Edinburgh Fringe Festival followed by a UK tour from July to November.
A new parody musical, inspired by the iconic TV show. When Ross’ wife leaves him for another woman, he fears he will never find love again. But then Rachel runs back into his life… will he end up with his true love? Featuring original songs: ‘(He’s her) Lobster!’, ‘Richard’s Moustache’ and ‘You’re Over Me? When Were You Under Me?’, the gang take on naked Thursdays, a power cut, and a dinosaur convention. What could possibly go wrong? This is a loving parody not to be confused with the Warner Bros Entertainment Inc. series Friends