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Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Meet the Cast - Part One

Milk Bottle Productions Presents...
Robert Crighton:

The writing is done - the script has gone to the printers and out to be learnt.  Now, it's time to get ready for the show.  Less than four weeks to go - tickets are available - do book now (details below...)
But who are the cast? I hear you say.  Well, I'll release the full company list of twenty-four at the end of the week, as well as these individual cast biogs every few days.

So who do we have first?  Meet the Cast... Part One.

Sophie Carmichael

Born and bred in London, Sophie studied at Exeter University before
deciding that she wanted to explore the world; once she’d done this,
an acting career was just what she was after.

Theatre credits include: The Princess Bride and The Just So Stories
(touring with Theatre Alchemists), Macbeth (MOPA Theatre Company
tour), Brits in Bits (Look Left Look Right/BAC), Last Post (Theatre
Royal, Bath), Ovid Reworked (Brixton Village Market) and Bullpen
(Theatre Delicatessen). Television credits include Search for the
Bront√ęs and Football Focus (both BBC). Sophie is currently developing
a new piece of theatre based on a well-know children’s story, which
will hopefully be on a stage near you by the end of the year….watch
this space!

Her last story telling experience was an autobiographical one, with
Spark at the Blue Elephant Theatre, and, funnily enough, was also all
about negotiating with a penguin.

Pamela Flanagan

Originally from Dublin, Pamela graduated from The University of Glasgow before training on the Post-graduate course at the Academy Drama School.

Pamela has previously played Octavia in Antony and Cleopatra (The Rose, Bankside), Jill in Come On, Jeeves (Devonshire Park Theatre), Nancy in Dance Hall Days (Riverside Studios), Pegeen Mike in The Playboy of the Western World (Catford Broadway), Vi Gibbons in This Happy Breed (Pleasance) and Rose in I Capture The Castle (James Arnott Theatre).

Her film work includes Blood + Roses, Incubator and Eye Level. She has also recently been made into a hologram for a museum installation recreating the birth of the Irish coffee in Foynes.


Catherine Eccles

Originally from Newcastle, Catherine worked and trained with Newcastle’s ‘Northern Stage Ensemble’ and London’s, ‘Rough Cut Theatre’ before graduating from Middlesex University and continuing her training at The Actors Temple. 
Theatre credits include, The Ballroom of Romance (Newcastle Playhouse), A Servant of Two Masters (New End Theatre), Burlesque-esque (New Players Theatre), Crave (Trinity Buoy Wharf), The Sword in the Stone (Cambridge Arts Theatre and East Anglia Tour) and is about to embark on a tour of Germany with The Mystery of Edgar Allen Poe.  Last year she played the role of Witch Guinevere Westmorland in Children's TV series Spooked and this year will see the release of her two feature films, the psychological thriller, Greenwich Village Massacre and the vampire film, AB: Abnocto Bibere.  Catherine also performs regularly with The Kitten Club (Madame JoJos, Royal Vauxhall Tavern, Volupte), appearing as her self-devised cabaret character Vixen DeVille.

And they're all appearing in the fabulous new show Storyteller: The Natural History of Trolls.
The New Wimbledon Studio Monday 11th, Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th July at 7.45pm
Tickets: £10
Box Office: 0844 871 7646
Groups Line: 0844 871 7696
Access Booking Line: 0844 871 7677
New Wimbledon Studio, the Broadway, London, SW19 1QG

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