Casting Announced For THE GREEN FAIRY at the Union Theatre
Lockwood Productions and Fools & Kings today announce the full company of The Green Fairy. Jack Sain directs Julie Atherton (Jo), Harry F Brown (Toby), Georgina Hellier (The Green Fairy), Emma Kinney (Wendy), David Perkins (Daniel) and Emma Whittaker (Young Jo). The Green Fairy opens at the Union Theatre on 4 November, with previews from 30 October, and runs until 23 November.
Sally Ann Triplett, Susie Blake, Daniel Boys, Jim Dale Featured on Something’s Afoot Recording
A host of British stage stars—including Susie Blake, Sally Ann Triplett, Laura Pitt-Pulford, Julie Atherton, Graham Bickley, Scott Hunter, Daniel Boys, Keith Merrill, Gordon Griffin, Stuart Pendred, and Tony winner Jim Dale—will head to Angel Studios June 24, 29, and July 1.
Julie will be Directing a workshop of THE BATTLE OF BOAT for Theatrical Rights Worldwide at Stockwell Playhouse
Performance: Tues 30th Oct 2018 - 7.30pm
Stagedoor announces the launch of Ad Lib, a new theatre podcast hosted by director Kirk Jameson. Ad Lib features seven lively discussions about the paths taken by some of London's most exciting performers.
Kirk and his guests will chat about mentors, life - changing moments and how each artist's beginning shaped the career that followed.
The podcast will feature Fra Fee (The Ferryman), Tyrone Huntley (Jesus Christ Superstar), Alice Fearn (Wicked), Harriet Thorpe (Absolutely Fabulous), Lara Denning (Ruthless), Julie Atherton and Mark Anderson (both Grinning Man).
The Ad Lib podcast will be released in seven episodes, available every Wednesday from 21 March on Stagedoor's website, iTunes, Soundcloud, and your favourite podcast app.
Full casting has been announced for the West End production of The Grinning Man, which opens at Trafalgar Studios in December.
Sanne den Besten (Les Misérables, Mamma Mia!)
joins the cast as Dea, best friend of lead protagonist Grinpayne. Alongside her are Mark Anderson (The Toxic Avenger), Julie Atherton (Avenue Q), Jim Kitson (Much Ado About Nothing), Sophia Mackay (The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin) and Amanda Wilkin (Hamlet). Completing the company are James Alexander-Taylor, Christina Bloom, Jonathan Cobb, Leo Elso, Claire-Marie Hall, and Loren O'Dair.