Niccolo Curradi is about to appear in Up From Paradise at the New Wimbledon Theatre. A London premiere from one of the world’s most celebrated playwrights, Arthur Miller, Up From Paradise, Miller’s only musical, opens at the New Wimbledon Theatre on Tuesday 22nd July 2014 (Press night: Wednesday 23rd July at 7.45pm) for a one week limited run.
For more information and to book tickets go to ATG Tickets
Alice Coles is currently appearing in The Cherry Orchard at the Jack Studio Thearew in Brockley for DogOrange. DogOrange returns to the tragi-comedy of Chekhov following the success of their imaginative adaptation of Ward No. 6, which garnered a Stage Award Nomination for Best Ensemble (2009) and Time Out Critic’s Choice (★★★★ “an imaginative and dynamic production, realised with passion and wit”).
For more information and to book tickets go to brockleyjackstudio.co.uk
Ryan J Brown has just appeared in Games of Love and Chance at Mountview, which is transferring to the Edinburgh Fringe. When two members of the wealthy elite are faced with an arranged marriage, they quickly swap places with their servants in a bid to spy on one another. A farcical tale of clumsy romance and mistaken identities. Games of Love and Chance is a new play (loosely based on Marivaux) written by David K Barnes and developed by Zut Alors Theatre. It will run again from the 18th-23rd August at the Bedlam Theatre as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Hannah Blakie is about to appear in Chances at the Lov’edu Gallery in Camden. Life or Death? Coke or Diet Coke? Sometimes in life you just want someone to make the decision for you. Meet four strangers each at a crucial point in their life. Decisions have to be made and consequences have to be lived with; however hilarious or tragic they may be. And this is where you come in. Take a seat, make a choice & watch what happens!
For more information and to book tickets go to Closing Gap