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News

September 20th, 2016

Our talented DEBBIE CHAZEN stars in Tennessee Williams’ A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur now on at the Coronet Print Room.

It’s Sunday morning in early June, 1930s St Louis. In a sweltering apartment, as Dorothea completes her rigorous daily exercise regime, Bodey is in the kitchen, frying chicken for a picnic at Creve Coeur Lake. Upstairs neighbour Mrs Gluck has depression so bad she can’t even make coffee, and now Dorothea’s spinster colleague Helena arrives with the news that she’s found a lovely new apartment for them to share. But Dorothea’s mind is elsewhere, hoping for a call from the man of her dreams…

You can catch the play until 7th October, book your tickets here.

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September 12th, 2016

Panasonic Jaguar Racing launches the All-Electric I-Type, their first racing car in five years. The new vehicle will make it’s debut in Formula E next month. The video campaign features our very own Chris Anderson!

July 25th, 2016

Laura Howard is ‘Making Mischief’ at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s first festival of bold and thought provoking new plays: Making Mischief

The four plays (Always Orange, Revolt She Said. Revolt Again., Fool Of The Kingdom, Rise Of The Foot Soldier & Joanne) explore language, race, gender and life in Britain today, asking: What is unsayable in the 21st century?

Laura appears in Always Orange and Fall of the Kingdom Rise of the Foot Soldier.

Always Orange is a tragicomic exploration of how to be human in a world always on edge. Fall of the Kingdom Rise of the Foot Soldier highlights the ignorance of middle-class tolerance and exposes the deep wound of cultural tension cutting through modern England.

The plays run for a month from 27th July and you can get your tickets here  fall-of-the-kingdom_-rise-of-the-foot-soldier-rehearsal-photos_-july-2016_2016_photo-by-freya-scott-_c_-rsc-_197423.tmb-gal-670

July 13th, 2016

Take a LOCH at our fabulous new Scottish Voices!

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      David McGranaghan
 an actor and comedy writer who works between theatre and film, having performed at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s productions of The Homecoming, Taming of the Shrew, MacBeth and Merchant of Venice, Donmar Warehouse and National Theatre of Scotland’s co-production of Be Near Me, Jersey Boys in London’s Prince Edward Theatre and Chariots of Fire in London’s Gielgud Theatre.

After his own sketch show Dave McG TV received over 2 million hits online, David was commissioned by AOL’s new comedy channel Quipster to produce comedy content. He is filming his third series for Quipstar.

      Iain Stuart Robertson
 has performed in theatres the length and breadth of Great Britain, clocking up over a hundred productions in the process. Some favourite roles include Gandalf in “The Hobbit” (UK tour), Mozart in “Amadeus”. Oberon in “The Dream”, Abel in the TMA Award winning “Tom’s Midnight Garden” at the New Victory Theatre in New York.

TV work includes “The Bletchley Circle”(ITV), “William and Catherine-A Royal Romance”(Hallmark Channel), “Danni’s House”(BBC), “Doctors”(BBC), “Crisis Control”(BBC), “The Bill” (ITV), “Bella and the Boys”(BBC), “Casualty”(BBC), “Taggart”(ITV).

His film work includes Hippolyte in “Love’s Labours Lost”, Dukes Man in “As You Like It” and Papageno’s Gaoler in “The Magic Flute” all directed by Kenneth Branagh, Kent in “King Lear” directed by Brian Blessed and Ross in “Macbeth”.

      Sara Vickers
, an Edinburgh born actress who has worked extensively in TV, film and theatre including a regular role on ITV’s Inspector Morse prequel Endeavour, as Joan Thursday. Other credits include Sunshine on Leith (DNA films) , Shetland (BBC), Mandown (CH4) and Privates (BBC).

Theatre credits include Romeo and Juliet (HOME, Manchester), ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore (West Yorkshire Playhouse) and The Lady from the Sea (Manchester Exchange).

 

July 4th, 2016

When he’s not writing and performing his old school folk-rock, Steve Dan Mills is busy recording killer voice overs for clients such as Gatorade, Quintessential Vodka, and Ben & Jerrys!

Feast your eyes and ears on his recent work in this new video showreel:

Steve Dan Mills – Video Showreel from Soho Voices on Vimeo.

 

 

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