A Christmas Carol 2019

CAST

  • Paterson Joseph

    Ebenezer Scrooge

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    Paterson Joseph

    Theatre includes: Troilus and Cressida, The Last Days of Don Juan, King Lear (RSC); Elmina’s Kitchen, St Joan, Emperor Jones, The Royal Hunt of the Sun (National Theatre). Television includes: Peep Show, Babylon, You, Me and the Apocalypse, Timeless, Noughts and Crosses. Film includes: The Beach, In the Name of the Father. He has been touring his play Sancho – Act of Remembrance since 2016.

  • Melissa Allan

    Little Fan

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    Melissa Allan

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol 2017 (The Old Vic); Twelfth Night (Young Vic); Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (National Theatre of Scotland/National Theatre/UK tour— Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, Scotsman Fringe First Award, Herald Angel Award, The Stage Ensemble Award).

  • Kwêsi Edman

    Young Ebenezer/George

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    Kwêsi Edman

    Theatre includes: An Octoroon, Antony and Cleopatra (National Theatre); Dessa Rose (Trafalgar Studios). Other work includes: cellist with Southbank Sinfonia, Urban Soul Orchestra and Chineke! Orchestra; Collaborations with contemporary dancers from Punchdrunk, The Royal Ballet, Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields. He has also been Founder-Conductor of Chamber Academy Orchestra and Head of Performance, Advanced and Alpine courses at Oxford Cello School. Kwêsi won a scholarship to study with David Strange and Philip Sheppard at the Royal Academy of Music and studied conducting as joint first study in his final year.

  • Hollie Edwin

    Jess

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    Hollie Edwin

    Theatre includes: Dick Whittington (Lyric Hammersmith); Pride & Prejudice (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre/UK tour); Vernon God Little, Time & the Conways, Macbeth, The Crucible (Italia Conti); The Class Weekday Nights, Olympic Team Welcome Ceremonies, Merchant Of Venice (National Youth Theatre). Television includes: Glass Houses, Bounty Hunter, Holby City.

  • Fred Haig

    Fred

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    Fred Haig

    Theatre includes: The American Clock (The Old Vic); Follies (National Theatre); On the Town (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Ostrich Boys (Belgrade Theatre). Television includes: Summer of Rockets. Film includes: Ironbark.

  • Nick Hart

    Nicholas

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    Nick Hart

    Theatre includes: Shakespeare in Love (West End); Macbeth (Wilton’s Music Hall). Music for Television and Radio includes: Peaky Blinders, Holby City and The People’s Post. Nick has also released two solo albums: Nick Hart Sings Eight English Folk Songs and Nick Hart Sings Nine English Folk Songs and plays for various types of English and European Folk Dancing.

  • Andrew Langtree

    Father/Marley

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    Andrew Langtree

    Theatre includes: Groundhog Day (The Old Vic); Ghost The Musical (West End/China tour); Oppenheimer (RSC/West End); The Shoemaker’s Holiday (RSC); The Rose Tattoo (National Theatre); A Stroke of Luck (Park Theatre), Sherlock: The Best Kept Secret (Leeds Playhouse/UK tour); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Theatr Clwyd); Of Mice and Men (Octagon, Bolton); Come Blow Your Horn, London Assurance, A Conversation, Six Degrees of Separation (Royal Exchange Manchester); The Glass Menagerie (Royal Exchange Manchester/UK tour); The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui (Citizens); Brighton Beach Memoirs (Oldham Coliseum). Television includes: Emmerdale, Doctors, Coronation Street, Heartbeat, The Royal, Holby City, Cutting It. Film includes: De-lovely.

  • Myra McFadyen

    Ghost of Christmas Past

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    Myra McFadyen

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol 2017, 2018 (The Old Vic); MAMMA MIA! (West End); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Rhinoceros (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh); Hay Fever, The Choir (Citizens); Macbeth (National Theatre); I Am Thomas, Glasgow Girls (NTS); Interiors (Vanishing Point/Napoli Festival). Television includes: Dracula, Monarch of the Glen VI, Jonathan Creek, Teachers, Mr Charity, Rose and Maloney, Rebus. Film includes: Emma, Our Ladies, The Kid Who Would Be King, MAMMA MIA!: Here We Go Again, MAMMA MIA!, Made Of Honor, Rob Roy, Wedding Belles.

  • Steven Miller

    Bob Cratchit

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    Steven Miller

    Richard II (The Old Vic); The Lord of the Rings (West End); Othello (Lyric Hammersmith); Black Watch (National Theatre of Scotland); The James Plays (National Theatre of Scotland/UK & international Tour); Sunshine on Leith (Leeds Playhouse/UK tour); The Blood Is Strong (Finborough); Cargo (Ovalhouse); The Perfect Murder (UK tour); Fiddler on the Roof (Sheffield Crucible); Paradise Lost, Two Noble Men, Canterbury Tales, Maria Marten and the Murder in the Red Barn, The Beaux Stratagem, Flare Path (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School). Television includes: Father Brown, Coming Up: Henry, Our Girl, Casualty, Holby City, The Bill. Film includes: Twelfth Night, A Christmas Carol.

  • Maria Omakinwa

    Mrs Cratchit

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    Maria Omakinwa

    Theatre includes: SYLVIA, A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic); Girl from the North Country, TINA – The Tina Turner Musical, The Bodyguard, Avenue Q (West End); One Love (Birmingham Rep); Show Boat (New London Theatre/Sheffield Crucible); Soul Sister (UK tour); Little Shop of Horrors (Kilworth House Theatre); Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales for Young and Old (The Bargehouse).

  • Gloria Onitiri

    Ghost of Christmas Present/Mrs Fezziwig

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    Gloria Onitiri

    Theatre includes: Green Living (The Old Vic); The Bodyguard, The Lion King, Avenue Q (West End); Chiaroscuro (Bush); Napoli, Brooklyn (Park Theatre); Hadestown, Wrong Songs for Christmas (National Theatre); Brighton Rock, Clybourne Park, Egusi Soup (UK tour); 101 Dalmatians (Birmingham Rep); Caroline Or Change (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Taming Of The Shrew (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Grinning Man (Bristol Old Vic); The Tempest (Theatre Royal Bath); Takeaway (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Amphibians (Bridewell); The Bachaae (National Theatre of Scotland). Television includes: Grace Under Pressure, Doctors, The Window, Bad Girls, Grass. Film includes: Resurrecting The Streetwalker.

  • James Staddon

    Fezziwig

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    James Staddon

    Theatre includes: King Lear (The Old Vic); Goodnight Mr Tom, Birdsong, Journey’s End, Cyrano de Bergerac, Miss Saigon, King (West End); Cymbeline, Pericles, The Winter’s Tale, The Tempest (RSC); The Crucible, Les Misérables (RSC/West End); As You Like It, Tamer Tamed (RSC/US tour); Glengarry Glen Ross (UK tour); The Three Musketeers (Denmark/tour); Macbeth, The Go Between (Leeds Playhouse/UK tour); Gone to Earth (Lyric Hammersmith); Moonshadow (Royal Albert Hall/UK tour); Food (BAC/UK tour); The Beggar’s Opera (ENO/Bridewell); Yarico (Sadler’s Wells/Barbados). Television includes: Bodyguard, Upstairs Downstairs, Emmerdale, Midsomer Murders, Coronation Street, EastEnders, Between the Lines, Doctors, Casualty, My Family, Bambino Mio. Film includes: Hamlet.

  • Samuel Townsend

    Ferdy

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    Samuel Townsend

    Theatre includes: The Picture of Dorian Gray (UK tour); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Sheffield Crucible); Harold And Maude (Charing Cross Theatre); 84 Charing Cross Road (Salisbury Playhouse/Cambridge Arts Theatre); The Importance of Being Earnest (MAC, Belfast); As You Like It (Southwark Playhouse); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Middle Temple Hall); Robin Hood (Stafford Gatehouse); Under Milk Wood (Frontier Theatre). Television includes: Doctors, The Royals, The Giblet Boys. Samuel trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating with the Ian Fleming Award for Musical Theatre.

  • Rebecca Trehearn

    Belle

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    Rebecca Trehearn

    Theatre includes: Showboat (West End – Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical), Ghost, Love Story, Dirty Dancing, We Will Rock You (West End); Kiss Me Kate (Watermill, Newbury); Sweet Charity (Nottingham Playhouse); Les Misérables (Pimlico Opera); The Night Before Christmas, A Little of What You Fancy (Salisbury Playhouse); Floyd Collins (Wilton’s Music Hall); City of Angels (Donmar); Dogfight, Diary of a Teenage Girl (Southwark Playhouse); Bernarda Alba (Union); Aspects of Love (Menier); Alfie (Watford Palace). Television includes: Dim Ond Y Gwir, Casualty.

Tiny Tim

  • Rayhaan Kufuor-Gray

    Tiny Tim

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    Rayhaan Kufuor-Gray

    Rayhaan trained at The Rose Arts London and Pineapple Performing Arts and has performed at Logan Hall. He enjoys karate and dance. This is Rayhaan’s professional stage debut.

  • Lara Mehmet

    Tiny Tim

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    Lara Mehmet

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic). Lara trains part time at Sylvia Young Theatre School and HB Performing Arts School. She is learning to play trumpet, piano and guitar, has been singing for Brent Choir for the past four years and involved with Brent Orchestra for the last two. Lara has featured on television on Paul O’Grady’s Little Heroes.

  • Lenny Rush

    Tiny Tim

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    Lenny Rush

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic); Trouble’s A Brewin, The Lazy Ace (West End). Television includes: A Christmas Carol, Apple Tree House, Our Family – Children’s BAFTA. Lenny is 10 years old and attends The Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts.

  • Eleanor Stollery

    Tiny Tim

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    Eleanor Stollery

    Eleanor is 8 years old and her favourite subjects at school are maths and art. Eleanor is learning braille and how to use a white cane to help her be more independent. She loves singing, art, theatre and musicals. A Christmas Carol is her professional stage debut.

CREATIVE TEAM

  • Adapted by

    Jack Thorne

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    Adapted by

    Theatre includes: Woyzeck (The Old Vic); A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic/Broadway); Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (West End/Broadway); Mydidae (Soho/West End); Stacy (Tron/Arcola/West End); Let the Right One In (West End/Dundee Rep/Royal Court); Sunday (New York); The End of History, Hope (Royal Court); King Kong (Broadway); Junkyard (UK tour); The Solid Life of Sugarwater (Graeae/National Theatre/UK tour); Bunny (Nabokov/UK tour/New York); Stuart: A Life Backwards (Sheffield Crucible/UK tour). Television includes: The Accident, His Dark Materials, Electric Dreams, Kiri, National Treasure, The Last Panthers, Don’t Take My Baby, This Is England, The Fades, Glue, Cast-Offs. Film includes: The Aeronauts, Dirt Music, Radioactive, Wonder, War Book, A Long Way Down, The Scouting Book for Boys. Jack’s work for television has won him five BAFTAs and an RTS Television Award.

  • Director

    Matthew Warchus

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    Director

    Theatre includes: Lungs, Present Laughter, A Christmas Carol, ‘Art’, The Caretaker, The Master Builder, Future Conditional, Speed-the-Plow (The Old Vic); Groundhog Day, The Norman Conquests (The Old Vic/Broadway); Matilda the Musical (RSC/West End/Broadway/International tour); Ghost the Musical, La Bête, God of Carnage (West End/Broadway); Deathtrap, Endgame, Our House, Much Ado About Nothing (West End); Boeing-Boeing (West End/Broadway/UK tour); The Lord of the Rings (also co-writer, Toronto/West End); Buried Child, Volpone (National Theatre); Follies (Broadway); Life x 3 (National Theatre/The Old Vic/Broadway); True West (Donmar/Broadway); The Unexpected Man (RSC/ West End/Broadway); ‘Art’ (Broadway/West End/Los Angeles); Hamlet, Henry V (RSC); Betrayal, Death of a Salesman, The Plough and the Stars, Fiddler on the Roof, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Leeds Playhouse). Opera includes: Falstaff, Così Fan Tutte (ENO); The Rake’s Progress (ROH/WNO). Film includes: Pride — BIFA Best British Independent Film, Simpatico. Matthew was an Associate Director at the Leeds Playhouse and Artistic Associate at The Old Vic before being appointed Artistic Director of the theatre in 2014.

  • Set & Costume

    Rob Howell

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    Set & Costume

    Theatre includes: LungsPresent Laughter, Dr. Seuss’s The LoraxThe CaretakerThe Master BuilderFuture ConditionalA Flea in Her EarInherit the WindSpeed-the-PlowComplicit (The Old Vic); A Christmas Carol, The Norman ConquestsGroundhog Day (The Old Vic/Broadway). Rob has also worked at the National Theatre, RSC, Royal Court, Almeida, Donmar, Young Vic, Bristol Old Vic, Chichester, Leeds Playhouse, Royal Exchange Manchester, Royal Opera House, Metropolitan Opera and on Broadway. He has won three Olivier Awards for Set Design, including for Matilda the Musical (RSC/West End/Broadway/International tour), for which he also won a Tony Award. This year he won two Tony Awards for Set and Costume Design for The Ferryman (Royal Court/West End/Broadway).

  • Composer & Arranger

    Christopher Nightingale

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    Composer & Arranger

    As composer theatre includes: Future Conditional (The Old Vic); A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic/Broadway); The Divide (The Old Vic/EIF). As Orchestrator, Additional Music, Musical Supervisor theatre includes: Groundhog Day — Olivier Award for Best New Musical (The Old Vic/Broadway); Matilda the Musical — seven Olivier Awards, four Tony Awards (RSC/West End/Broadway). As Musical Supervisor, Arranger and Orchestrator theatre includes: Ghost The Musical (West End/Broadway). As Musical Supervisor and Orchestrator theatre includes: Bombay Dreams (West End). As Co-Composer and Orchestrator theatre includes: The Lord of the Rings. As Arranger and Musical Director theatre includes: Closer to Heaven. As Musical Director theatre includes: Whistle Down the Wind, Oliver!. Film as composer includes: Pride. As Conductor/Vocal Coach film includes: Evita.

  • Lighting

    Hugh Vanstone

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    Lighting

    Hugh has designed the lighting for over 200 productions and worked for most of the UK’s national companies and on Broadway. Theatre as an Associate Artist includes: ‘Art’, No’s Knife, The Caretaker, The Master Builder, Future Conditional (The Old Vic); A Christmas Carol, Groundhog Day — Olivier Award for Best New Musical (The Old Vic/ Broadway). Other theatre includes: The Height of the Storm, The Birthday Party, Venus in Fur, Dreamgirls (West End/International tour); Matilda the Musical (RSC/West End/ Broadway/International tour); Welcome Home, Captain Fox!, Closer (Donmar); Exit the King, The Red Lion (National Theatre); Hillary and Clinton, The Boys in the Band (Broadway); Don Quixote (Royal Ballet); Tanz Der
    Vampire (European tour). Awards include: three Olivier Awards, a Tony Award and a Molière Award.

  • Sound

    Simon Baker

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    Sound

    Theatre includes: Lungs, Present Laughter, A Christmas Carol, The Caretaker, The Master Builder, Future Conditional, High Society, Electra, The Norman Conquests, Hedda Gabler (The Old Vic); Girl from the North Country (The Old Vic/OffBroadway/West End/Toronto); Groundhog Day — Olivier Award for Best New Musical (The Old Vic/ Broadway); Shakespeare in Love (West End); Matilda the Musical — Olivier Award for Best Sound (RSC/West End/Broadway/International tour); Malory Towers, Wise Children (UK tour); Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Light Princess, Amen Corner (National Theatre); The Grinning Man (Bristol Old Vic/West End); Tristan & Yseult, Brief Encounter, The Red Shoes, The Wild Bride, Don John, Steptoe & Son, 946, Rebecca, The Flying Lovers (Kneehigh).

  • Casting

    Jessica Ronane CDG

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    Casting

    Theatre includes: Lungs, A Very Expensive Poison, Present Laughter, All My Sons, The American Clock, SYLVIA, A Monster Calls, Mood Music, Fanny & Alexander, A Christmas Carol, Woyzeck, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead, King Lear, The Caretaker, The Master Builder, Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, The Hairy Ape, Future Conditional (The Old Vic); Girl from the North Country (The Old Vic/West End); The Divide (The Old Vic/ EIF); Running Wild, To Kill a Mockingbird (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre). Children’s casting includes: School of Rock, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Billy Elliot the Musical (West End); Matilda the Musical (RSC/West End/Broadway). Film includes: The Kid Who Would Be King, Emma (Working Title Films).

  • Movement

    Lizzi Gee

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    Movement

    Theatre includes: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead (The Old Vic); A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic/Broadway); An Ideal Husband, The Girls, Love Story, Onassis, The Miser (West End); The Man in The White Suit (Theatre Royal Bath/West End); Goodnight Mr Tom (Chichester/West End); Twelfth Night, Vernon God Little (Young Vic); The Madness of George III (Nottingham Playhouse); Hansel and Gretal, Little Shop of Horrors (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Frost/Nixon (Sheffield Crucible); National Theatre 2017 Gala, A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer, Rocket to the Moon (National Theatre); The Merry Widow, lolanthe (ENO); Present Laughter (Chichester); The Jungle Book (Royal & Derngate); The Winter’s Tale (RSC).

  • Musical Director

    Oli Jackson

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    Musical Director

    As Musical Director theatre includes: The Grinning Man (West End); The Circle (National Theatre); Macaire (ATG); Dick Whittington (Lyric Hammersmith); I Capture The Castle (Watford Palace Theatre/UK tour). As Associate Musical Director: Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax (The Old Vic); In The HeightsThe Scottsboro BoysI Can’t Sing!, Made in Dagenham, Chicago, Mrs Henderson Presents (West End); Company (Sheffield Crucible); She Loves Me (Chichester); Human Comedy (Young Vic); Strictly Ballroom (Leeds Playhouse); The Bacchae (Broadway). As Composer theatre includes: Talking Heads (Gala Theatre, Durham); Dust (Tate Modern); Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall – WhatsOnStage Award’s Best Regional Production (UK tour); The Witches (Chichester); My Dad’s a Birdman (Young Vic).

  • Voice

    Charlie Hughes-D'Aeth

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    Voice

    Theatre includes: LungsA Very Expensive PoisonPresent LaughterThe American ClockA Monster CallsThe DivideA Christmas CarolWoyzeck, ‘Art’, Groundhog DayThe Caretaker, The Master BuilderFuture Conditional (The Old Vic); Girl from the North Country (The Old Vic/West End); The Divide (The Old Vic/EIF); Matilda the Musical (RSC/West End); The Gods Weep (RSC/Hampstead); The TempestMuch Ado About Nothing (RSC/Shakespeare in a Suitcase tour); Adrian Mole the Musical (Leicester Curve); Jerusalem (Northcott Exeter). Charlie is Consultant Text and Voice Coach for the RSC’s The Boy in the Dress and Matilda the Musical (Resident 2010–14) and was Resident Voice Coach for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in the West End 2013–17.

  • Associate Director

    Joe Austin

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    Associate Director

    Theatre as director includes: Le Nozze di Figaro (Nevill Holt Opera); Siegfried, St Nicolas (Opera North); Salome (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra); Vivienne (ROH); La Calisto (Hampstead Garden Opera); Lo Speziale (Retrospect Ensemble); Albert Herring (Surrey Opera); The Cunning Little Vixen, Háry János, Orlando (Ryedale Festival); The Homecoming, The Prodigal Son (Grimeborn Festival). As associate/revival director includes: The Twilight Zone (West End/Almeida); Aida (Théâtre de Genéve/Houston Grand Opera); Fanciulla del West (Santa Fe Opera); Der Ring des Nibelungen (Opera North); Don Giovanni (Basel Theatre/Norwegian Opera).

  • Original Associate Director

    Jamie Manton

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    Original Associate Director

    Theatre/Opera as Director includes: Eugene Onegin (Buxton International Festival); Opera Squad (ENO); Paul Bunyan (ENO/Alexandra Palace/Wilton’s Music Hall); The Day After (ENO/Royal Conservatoire of Scotland); No Quarter, A Single Act, The Norman Conquests, Punk Rock (Duelling Productions); Our Lords and Masters, August: Osage County (Exeter Northcott). As Associate Director includes: A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic/Broadway). As Assistant Director includes: King Lear (The Old Vic); Billy Budd (ROH/Rome Opera). Jamie is a regular Staff Director at ENO. Upcoming as Director: Carmen (ENO); The Day After (ENO/Alexandra Palace); The Old Vic Gala (The Old Vic); The Elixir of Love (Waterperry Opera Festival).

  • 2nd Associate Director

    Josh Seymour

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    2nd Associate Director

    As Director theatre includes: Musik (Edinburgh Festival/West End); Homos, or Everyone in AmericaAdding Machine: A Musical (Finborough); One Arm – 2016 Off West End Award for Best Director (Southwark Playhouse); American IdiotParadeUrinetown (Mountview); Loserville (Stafford Gatehouse). As Associate Director theatre includes: Red, Beautiful – The Carole King MusicalMy Night with Reg (West End) Follies (National Theatre). As Assistant Director theatre includes: City of AngelsMy Night with RegFathers and SonsPrivacyVersailles (Donmar); Candide (Menier); Our House (UK tour); Sixty-Six Books (Bush). Josh was runner-up for the 2018 RTST Peter Hall Award.

  • Associate Set

    Ben Davies

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    Associate Set

    Theatre as Associate Designer includes: Present Laughter, Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, ‘Art’, Electra (The Old Vic); A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic/ Broadway); Beautiful — The Carole King Musical (West End); The Ferryman, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
    (West End/Broadway); The Red Lion, Three Days in the Country, King Lear (National Theatre). Theatre as Assistant Designer includes: Groundhog Day — two Olivier Awards including Best New Musical (The Old Vic/Broadway); Sweeney Todd, Oliver!, The Audience, The Wizard of Oz, Hamlet, Betty Blue Eyes, The Children’s Hour, Shrek The Musical (West End); Gypsy (Chichester/West End); God of Carnage (West End/Broadway); Bombay Dreams (Broadway); An American in Paris (Broadway/Paris); The Trojans (Metropolitan Opera, New York).

  • Associate Costume

    Irene Bohan

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    Associate Costume

    A Christmas Carol, Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, The Caretaker, Future Conditional, Inherit the Wind, The Norman Conquests (The Old Vic); The Graduate, Skylight, The Audience, The Phantom of the Opera, The Wizard of Oz, Sunset Boulevard, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Bombay Dreams, The Lord of the Rings, Our House (West End); Hadestown, Follies, Common, The Threepenny Opera, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Wind in the Willows (National Theatre). Opera & Dance includes: Carmen, Die Fledermaus, Werther, The Marriage of Figaro, Manon (Metropolitan Opera, New York); Romeo & Juliet, The Red ShoesEarly Adventures, Edward Scissorhands, Dorian Gray (Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures). Film includes: The Madness of King George.

  • Associate Lighting

    Sam Waddington

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    Associate Lighting

    Theatre as Associate includes: Present Laughter (The Old Vic); A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic/Broadway); Life of Pi (Sheffield Crucible); The Merry Widow (ENO); Dusty (UK tour); The Velveteen Rabbit (Unicorn/Seattle Children’s Theater, Washington); Rules for Living (UK tour). Theatre as Lighting Designer includes: Much Ado About Nothing (Cambridge Arts Theatre); Maggot MoonSeesaw (Unicorn); WastedOther People’s MoneySuperhero (Southwark Playhouse); Our TownSpring Storm (The North Wall, Oxford); 35mm (The Other Palace).

  • Associate Sound

    Victoria Wilkinson

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    Associate Sound

    Theatre as Associate Sound Designer includes: The Witches of Eastwick (Cirkus Theatre, Stockholm). Theatre as Sound Supervisor includes: Girl From The North Country (Royal Alexandra, Toronto/West End). Theatre as Sound Operator includes: A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic); Girl From The North Country (The Old Vic/West End); Waitress, Funny Girl, The Girls, The Book of Mormon, The Bodyguard, Wicked, The Lion King, A Little Night Music (West End); Twelfth Night (Young Vic); The Lehman Trilogy (National Theatre); Mary Stuart (Lowry Salford); Last Five Years (The Other Palace); Romantics Anonymous (Shakespeare’s Globe).

  • Associate Movement

    Sam Archer

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    Associate Movement

    Theatre includes: Wise Children (The Old Vic); An Ideal Husband, We Will Rock You, Oliver!, Bugsy Malone (West End); Chariots of Fire (Hampstead/West End); Wonder.land (National Theatre/Châtelet Theatre, Paris); Earthquakes in London (National Theatre/UK tour); The Soldier’s Tale (Metropolitan Theatre, Tokyo); La Bohéme (Royal Albert Hall); Metamorphosis (Joyce Theatre, NY); The Red Shoes, Cinderella, Lord of the Flies, Swan Lake, The Car Man, Play Without Words, Nutcracker, Edward Scissorhands (Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures Company); Gloriana (ROH); The Wind in the Willows (Linbury Studio Theatre); Oklahoma (Chichester); Mary Poppins (UK tour). Television includes: Humans, Mr Selfridge. Film includes: Allied, Muppets Most Wanted, Life is a Buffet.

  • Associate Music Supervisor

    Will Stuart

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    Associate Music Supervisor

    As Musical Director theatre includes: Mood MusicA Christmas CarolThe Divide (The Old Vic); Standing At The Sky’s Edge (Sheffield Crucible); Stella McCartney, PFW 2017. As Associate/Assistant Musical Director theatre includes: Kinky BootsMade in DagenhamSinatraFrom Here to Eternity (West End); Pippin (Menier). As Musical Supervisor theatre includes: A Christmas Carol (Associate, Broadway); From Here to Eternity (USA); Guys & Dolls (Sheffield Crucible). As Arranger/Orchestrator theatre includes: Guys & Dolls (Sheffield Crucible); Committee (Donmar); Amelie (Munich); From Here to Eternity (USA). Recordings as Arranger or Orchestrator include: Paloma Faith, Shirley Bassey, Bryn Terfel, BBC Concert Orchestra.

Musicians

  • Oli Jackson

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    Oli Jackson

    As Musical Director theatre includes: The Grinning Man (West End); The Circle (National Theatre); Macaire (ATG); Dick Whittington (Lyric Hammersmith); I Capture The Castle (Watford Palace Theatre/UK tour). As Associate Musical Director: Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax (The Old Vic); In The HeightsThe Scottsboro BoysI Can’t Sing!, Made in Dagenham, Chicago, Mrs Henderson Presents (West End); Company (Sheffield Crucible); She Loves Me (Chichester); Human Comedy (Young Vic); Strictly Ballroom (Leeds Playhouse); The Bacchae (Broadway). As Composer theatre includes: Talking Heads (Gala Theatre, Durham); Dust (Tate Modern); Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall – WhatsOnStage Award’s Best Regional Production (UK tour); The Witches (Chichester); My Dad’s a Birdman (Young Vic).

  • Justin Pearson

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    Justin Pearson

    Justin is Artistic Director of the National Symphony Orchestra and Locrian Ensemble of London. Theatre: The Divide (The Old Vic/EIF); Evita, Phantom of the Opera, Café Puccini, Whistle Down The Wind, Bombay Dreams, The Lord of the Rings, Love Never Dies, Ghost, Matilda The Musical (West End). As a playwright: Stirring The Spirit, Tango! Tango!, Beethoven — Genius Unleashed (West End). Television includes: Wolf Hall, The State, Judge John Deed, Land Girls, Father Brown, Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Royal Variety Shows, The South Bank Show. Film includes: Gladiator, Tom and Viv, Wilde, Calendar Girls, The Da Vinci Code, The Hours, James Bond, Harry Potter series, Edie.

  • Martin Robertson

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    Martin Robertson

    Performance includes: Sarabande (Purcell Room);
    Your Rockaby (Royal Festival Hall/RAH); Blood on the Floor (Berlin Philharmonic/LA Philharmonic/London Philharmonic/BBC Symphony); Prelude, Fugue, Riffs (RAH/ BBC Radio 3); Taxi Driver Suite (London Philharmonic/ Meltdown Festival); Glasunov (BBC WNO/Saint David’s Cathedral); Night Prayers (Rheinische Philharmonie); Rhapsody for Saxophone (London Philharmonic); The Veil of the Temple (Berlin Radio Choir); About Water (London Sinfonietta/Queen Elizabeth Hall); Panic (Proms/ BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra); Poirot Variants (BBC Philharmonic); Delta Saxophone Quartet (European tour). Television includes: House, Hotel Babylon, Mrs. Brown, Planet Earth, Life, Luther. Film includes: Downton Abbey, Knives Out, Shakespeare in Love, Billy Elliot, Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, King Arthur, Kingdom of Heaven.

  • Clare Taylor

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    Clare Taylor

    Theatre as Musician includes: A Christmas Carol, Girl from the North Country (The Old Vic); The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 ¾ The Musical, Motown the Musical, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, On The Town, The Wild Party, An American in Paris, Les Misérables, The Lord of The Rings, Young Frankenstein, Aladdin (West End); Yes (ROH); Saint George and the Dragon (National Theatre). Other work includes: London Mozart Players, Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra. Television includes: Channel 4 News, The Jonathan Ross Show, BAFTA Awards 2018. Film includes: That Day We Sang, Band of Brothers.

Please note: For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres – we appreciate your patience and understanding while these are taking place.

Tickets: £12, £20, £30/£35, £40/£45, £55/£57.50, £65/£67.50

Recommended for ages 8+

Child rate: 50% off Bands A–D (available on Mon–Thu only between 23 Nov–03 Dec and all January performances)
Premium, VIP, Group and Access tickets available

 

Approx. running time: 2 hours 5 minutes, with a 20-minute interval

Due to the staging of this production, there is a strict no latecomers policy. Additionally, if you leave the auditorium during the performance there is no re-admittance. You will only be able to retake your seat at the interval.

Please note: For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres – we appreciate your patience and understanding while these are taking place.

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