But on with the next show - GhoStoryteller and today's featured performer: Elizabeth Nicholson. I first met Elizabeth online - no it's not as bad as it sounds. Elizabeth joined the company for the New Wimbledon Studio version of Trolls by auditioning online, one of many hopefuls who took up this novel audition process and it proved successful as six months later I'm delighted to see her return to Milk Bottle, performing on Saturday 7th January 2012.
After performing in stage productions whilst growing up in Nottingham and then Dorset, Elizabeth graduated from the University of the West of England in Bristol and went on to train full time as an actor in her Postgraduate studies.
She has recently filmed a commercial in Romania and been busy filming 3 shorts and a feature film, including the ambitious indie feature ‘Red Heart’ (redheartmovie.tumblr.com), sci-fi short Proximity (vimeo.com/22052733) and the Andy Edwards’ horror ‘Six Ghosts’. Theatre work includes ‘Like a Fishbone’ by Andrew Weigh at the Cockpit Theatre, Robert Crighton’s ‘The Natural History Of Trolls’ and ‘The Sugar Syndrome’ by Lucy Prebble.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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)