Here at Paines Plough we are delighted to announce the cast for Mike Bartlett‘s LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, a new co-production with the Royal Court Theatre in association with Drum Theatre Plymouth. It’s an absolutely incredible cast we think you’ll agree. Read on to find out more…
Claire Foy (Rosie) trained at the Oxford School of Drama.
Her television credits include: Upstairs Downstairs, The Night Watch (BBC Television), The Promise (Daybreak Pictures/Channel Four), Going Postal (Mob Productions/Sky One), Little Dorrit (BBC Television), Being Human (Touchpaper TV/BBC Television) and Pulse (BBC Television). Her film credits include Season of the Witch (Columbia Pictures).
Her stage credits include: The Connections Plays: DNA by Dennis Kelly, Baby Girl by Roy Williams and The Miracle by Lin Coghlan (Royal National Theatre).
Claire can currently be seen playing Charlotte in the BBC Two series White Heat by Paula Milne.
Victoria Hamilton plays Sandra. Previous theatre credits include Twelfth Night (Donmar West End), King Lear at the Old Vic, Suddenly Last Summer in the West End, As You Like It at the Sheffield Crucible and Lyric Hammersmith and A Day in the Death of Joe Egg in the West End. On television, her credits include Toast, Lark Rise to Candleford, Pride and Prejudice and on film, she appeared in Mansfield Park.
Ben Miles (Kenneth) trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
His television credits include: The Forsyte Saga (Granada TV), Zen (Left Bank Pictures/BBC), The Promise (Daybreak Pictures/Channel Four), Bon Voyage (ITV), Sex, the City and Me (Blast Films), Cold Feet (ITV), Trial and Retribution (La Plante Productions) and After Thomas (Hartswood Films).
His film credits include: Ninja Assassin and V for Vendetta (Warner Brothers) and Speed Racer (Velocity Productions).
His stage credits include: Betrayal by Harold Pinter (Comedy Theatre), The Norman Conquests by Alan Ayckbourn, Richard II (Old Vic Theatre), Measure For Measure (Almeida Theatre), My Child by Mike Bartlett (Royal Court Theatre) and Hand in Hand by Simon Block (Hampstead Theatre).
George Rainsford (Jamie) trained at LAMDA.
His television credits include: Casualty, Call the Midwife, Waking the Dead and Doctors (BBC Television), Secret Diary of a Call Girl (Tiger Aspect/ITV Television) and Law and Order UK (Kudos/ITV Television).
His film credits include: Wild Target (Magic Light Pictures)
His stage credits include: Carrot by Ben Ockrent and PLAYlist by Various Writers (Theatre 503, Latitude Festival), Roald Dahl’s Twisted Tales (Lyric Hammersmith), Days of Significance by Roy Williams (RSC UK Tour), The Man, Men Without Shadows (Finborough), All’s Well That Ends Well by William Shakespeare (Ian Charleson Award Commendation), Polar Bear (Birmingham Rep), Chatroom by Enda Walsh and Citizenship by Mark Ravenhill (Royal National Theatre and UK Tour and Hong Kong Arts Festival), The Three Musketeers (Bristol Old Vic), The 24 Hour Plays (Old Vic), Miles to Go (Nabokov, Latitude Festival).
Sam Troughton (Henry) studied Drama at Hull University.
His television credits include: Silent Witness, Judge John Deed (BBC Television), Robin Hood (Tiger Aspect/BBC Television), Messiah III (Messiah Films), Gunpowder, Treason and Plot (Box TV), Ultimate Force (ITV Television) and Foyle’s War (Greenlit Productions). His film credits include: Spirit Trap (Archangel Films), Alien VS Predator (20th Century Fox) and Vera Drake (Thin Man Films).
His stage credits include: A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams (Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse), Morte D’Arthur by Thomas Malory, Romeo and Juliet, The Winter’s Tale and Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, The Grain Store by Natal’ia Vorozhbit (Royal Shakespeare Company), An Oak Tree by Tim Crouch (Birmingham Rep), As You Like It by William Shakespeare (Sheffield Crucible) and Buried Child by Sam Shepard (Royal National Theatre).
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE opens on the 27th April and runs until the 2nd June. Tickets are selling fast so if you want to see the show get your tickets here.
Hope to see you there!