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Saturday, 10 December 2011

GhoStoryteller: Meet the Cast 1

Firstly, just to make it clear, there's still two weeks of Trolls, so just because I'm writing about GhoStoryteller doesn't mean you can forget about the show that is ON AT THE MOMENT.  Get down to see it now (if you haven't already).

Anyway, having clarified that, back to business.  Like the New Wimbledon run of The Natural History of Trolls (as seen at the Barons Court Theatre for another two weeks!), GhoStoryteller has a number of guest performers, a different one each night.  Each performer is doing a special short ghost story in the middle of the show.
Todays featured special guest is Richard Ward - a lovely chap who brought such gravity to his part in Trolls that I'm delighted he's agreed to join me again.  We first met on a production of A Woman of No Importance about three years ago - or is it four?  How time flies.  I think he played a hen pecked husband and a bishop... but I could be wrong.  Richard is performing on Wednesday 4th January - so if you'd like to watch his performance, that's the night to catch it.


Richard Ward

Richard Ward trained at Drama Studio London and has appeared in several one act festival plays at the Lost One Act Festival and elsewhere.  Other theatre includes "We The People" (Shakespeare's Globe) and "Twelfth Night" (Saviour Theatre).  Film and tv includes "Midsomer Murders", "Blue Peter" and "Tortoise In Love".  
Richard specialises in audio books and role play and is absolutely delighted to be making his second appearance with Milk Bottle Productions.  
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Milk Bottle Productions Presents...
GhoStoryteller
Written and Performed by Robert Crighton - plus Special Guests
Tuesday 27th December 2011 to Friday 30th December and Tuesday 3rd to Sunday 8th January 2012 (No performances 31st Dec, 1st or 2nd Jan)
Two weeks of real ghost stories collected during our autumn tour.  From the ghosts of empty houses, to the personal ghosts we carry around us, this collection is a mixture of the fantastic and the “real”.  Do you have your own ghost stories?  Let us know and we might add it to the show.  Send to contact@milkbottleproductions.co.uk 

Tickets £12 / £10 concessions
Tuesday to Saturday starts at 7.30pm – doors open 7.15pm.  Sunday at 7pm, doors open 6.45pm.
Box Office: 020 8932 4747
Barons Court Theatre, “The Curtain’s Up”, 28A Comeragh Road W14
Nearest Tube:  Barons Court (Piccadilly/District Lines)
 

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