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Take a LOCH at our fabulous new Scottish Voices!
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).
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:
One year after outwitting the FBI and winning the public’s adulation with their Robin Hood-style magic spectacles, The Four Horsemen resurface for a comeback performance in hopes of exposing the unethical practices of a tech magnate. The man behind their vanishing act is none other than Walter Mabry, a tech prodigy who threatens the Horsemen into pulling off their most impossible heist yet. Their only hope is to perform one last unprecedented stunt to clear their names and reveal the mastermind behind it all.
Now You See Me 2 stars four of our very own Zach Gerard, Cyd Casados, Martin Delaney and Marc Benanti, along with an all star cast Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Daniel Radcliffe, Lizzy Caplan, Jay Chou, Sanaa Lathan, Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman.
Check out the trailer here:
Can desire transcend time?
A man and a woman living centuries apart in the same flat gradually become aware of one another. This mysterious sexual charge permeates their work and their sleep, driving them to distraction and inspiration.
In 2017, Niaz, a British-Iranian artist seeks refuge to unravel which elements of her current crisis are existential and which are marital. In 1821, Michael, an Irish mapmaker, is scarred by the Napoleonic wars, his new solitary life a temporary shield from the shadows of his Dublin past.
As the walls between Michael and Niaz crumble, ghosts long-forgotten find their way home.
As part of the 10-day RADA festival this summer, our very own Richard Cotton (Fab Shack Productions) has been working alongside Writer Susan-Jane Harrison, and Director Delyth Jones, to produce ‘Today I Live‘, a baffling yet profound play in which Richard stars as Michael, the Irish Mapmaker.
Catch Richard at one of the following performances at the GBS (George Bernard Shaw) Theatre:
Sat 25 Jun 4:15pm;
Tue 28 Jun, 7.15pm;
Wed 29 Jun, 9:15pm;
Thu 30 Jun, 2:15pm;
Sat 02 Jul, 2:15pm
Our wonderful Christien Anholt both directs and stars in the play Wastwater which first premiered at the Royal Court in 2011.
The play is written by Simon Stephens, twice Olivier Award winner and playwright of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Set within the shadow of Heathrow, the play centres on three seemingly conventional yet fractured relationships which are on the brink of monumental change; A mother and a son go their separate ways, two lovers embark on sexual betrayal and a contractual arrangement takes upon a terrifying dimension…
Wastwater is on now until 4th June at the Tabard Theatre. Book tickets here