The air at HQ is crackling with excitement this week as we officially begin rehearsals for THE ANGRY BRIGADE, an electrifying new play by James Graham and our much-anticipated co-production with our old pals at Theatre Royal Plymouth. Luckily, we’ve rounded up an equally excellent cast, and here they are:
Patsy trained at RADA. Her theatre credits include: Blithe Spirit (Gielgud Theatre), Poetic Bodies (RADA), The Convent of Pleasure (RADA), Twelfth Night (RADA), The Cherry Orchard (RADA), The Eumenides (RADA), Three Sisters (RADA), Stop the Clocks (Tin Box Theatre Company), The Kidnapper’s Guide (Article 19), Last Easter (Article 19). Film includes: Tulip Fever (Ruby Films), The National Phobia Association’s Day Out (Northern Bear Films).
Scarlett Alice Johnson
Her theatre credits include: The Saints (Nuffield Theatre), Slaves (Theatre503), Aunt Dan and Lemon (Royal Court Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (Stafford Gatehouse Theatre), Daisy Miller (National Tour), Under Milk Wood (Royal National Theatre), Cinderella (Stafford Gatehouse Theatre), Yehundi Menhuin’s 80th Birthday Concert (Royal Albert Hall/BBC2 Live), La Boheme – Centenary Performance (Royal Albert Hall). For television: Midsomer Murders (Bently Productions), Pram Face Series 3 (BBC), Big Bad World (Objective/Comedy Central), Babylon Series 1 (Nightjack Ltd/Channel 4), Nightshift (Bruce Goodison World Productions/Cajun Pictures), Pram Face Series 2 (BBC), Beaver Falls Series 2 (Company Pictures), Pram Face (BBC), Pete Versus Life (Objective Productions), Eastenders (BBC), Freaks (Zeppotron/Endem). For Film: Panic Button (all2gethr), Pimp, The Reeds, Adulthood (Pathe).
His theatre credits include: peddling (Hightide/New York), King Lear (Chichester/New York), The Hot House (Trafalgar Studios), Smack Family Robinson (Rose Kingston), I Am a Camera (Southwark Playhouse), When Did You Last See My Mother? (Trafalgar Studios); School For Scandal (Barbican), Women Beware Women (National Theatre); Mother Courage and Her Children (National Theatre). For television: Joe Mistry (Hartswood Films), Garrow’s Law II (BBC), Merlin (BBC), Just William (BBC), Friends and Crocodiles (BBC). For film: Dudley Dursley in the Harry Potter films (Warner Brothers).
His theatre credits include: Gruesome Playground Injuries (Gate Theatre), The Country Wife (Royal Exchange), The Under Room (Lyric Hammersmith), The Maddening Rain (Old Red Lion/59E59 Theatre), Women Power & Politics (Tricycle), Suddenlossofdignity.com (Bush Theatre), The Man Who Had all the Luck (Donmar Warehouse), In the Heart of America (John Gielgud Theatre), Sentenced (Union Theatre), 16 Minutes (Nabakov), Breaktime (Pleasance Theatre), Lost Yet Found (Hampstead Theatre). For television: Walter (ITV), Wolf Hall (Company Pictures), The Interceptor (BBC), Sirens (Daybreak Pictures), Doc Martin (Buffalo Pictures), Missing (Leopard Drama), Holby City (BBC), The Bill (Talkback), Plus One (Kudos Limited), Lewis II (ITV), Wire in the Blood (Coastal Productions), Victoria cross Heroes (Empire Media Productions), Synchronicity (Shine Limited), Family Affairs, The Bill (Thames Television), Bombshell (Shed Productions), Watch Over Me (BBC). For Film: Blitz (Lionsgate), Inception (Warner Bros), Artifacts (Title Films), Till Something Better Comes Along (Independent Films).
Image designed by Nick Scott
THE ANGRY BRIGADE premieres at Theatre Royal Plymouth on 18 September 2014, before touring to Oxford Playhouse, Warwick Arts Centre and Watford Palace Theatre. For more information, please visit our website or join the conversation online with #TheAngryBrigade @painesplough @TRPlymouth.