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February Double Bill!

2 Complicated

“A long-distance relationship! Maybe that’s what I need! I knew I was a romantic…”

By enormous popular demand, the multi award-nominated romantic comedy 2 Complicated returnsthis February for Valentine’s week! Social networking might have brought the world closer together, but now perhaps it's too close for comfort, and it's still so very... complicated.

Fast-paced, hilarious, and with a lot of heart, this is a rom-com for the social media generation: the perfect night out with "one of the most exciting and creative emerging companies in recent years” (The Theatre Blog).

@punchlinetheatr #2Comp

“A brilliant play and another success for Punchline Theatre” - Broadway Baby (*****)

“Without wanting to sound too vain, it was a bit like something I might do” - Alex Horne (Comedian, The Horne Section)


DATES: 9th - 21st February (excluding 15th) at 7:15pm

Visit: www.punchlinetheatre.co.uk/tickets

Or contact the venue on 020 8932 4747 or londontheatre@gmail.com








CAST/CREATIVES

FB_IMG_1453159453066.jpgTony Eccles (Daniel's Subconscious) graduated from Drama Centre London and The Hammond School of Performing Arts. Professional credits include The Promise, Bloody Tales of the Tower (National Geograpic) and YOLO (Cannes Metrage Short Film Festival.)







image1.jpegDaisy Goody (Jessie) has recently graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with a BA Hons in Acting. Previous theatre work includes; Lady Windermere's Fan, Bus Stop, As You Like it, Romeo and Juliet, and Pygmalion.








12573781_1151333604878582_2182424465346364239_n.jpgGillian Harker (Jo) trained at The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts and has since played the lead in the psychological thriller TheSinging Bird Will Come and will appear in Tim Rolt’s Peninsula later this year.






rob_smile_3.jpgRobert Lightfoot (Don) has a love of clowning and the absurd. Previous work includes tours for Tin Shed and Arty-Fact Theatre Companies, and the lead role in award-winning short film, Don't Touch Me (dir: Edward Benjamin Smith).







Matt Lim (Daniel) is artistic director of Punchline Theatre and has enjoyed numerous successes on-stage and on- screen. Most recent theatre credits include Yerma, and In My Head. He returns to the part of Daniel for the fourth time.







1001070-additional-1.JPGRichard Stephenson Winter (Jessie's Dad) trained as an actor and in business studies before serving in both the Territorial and Regular Army, retiring in 2013 as a Major. He returns to the role for which he was nominated in the Off West End Awards in 2015.






145-charlotte-woolfe-michael-wharley-2015-5-web.jpgCharlotte Woolfe (Willy) trained at Drama Studio London (2015). She is Austrian and is trilingual in English, German and French. Her stage credits Cuckoos and Chrysalides (Camden Fringe) and Let The Right One In (LOST Theatre).






Mingyu Lin (Associate Director)

Daniel Henry Kaës (Writer)

Shaun McCreery (Technical Director)

Shuang Teng (Producer)

Gyles Oakley (Video editing)

Martin Critchley (Sound editing)




Jack & I: The Jack the Ripper Musical


The hunt for Jack the Ripper is on! The Edinburgh Fringe 2014 smash-hit transfers to the Barons Court Theatre for its London première!

1888, and Detective Inspector Abberline is faced with the seemingly impossible task of satisfying his boss, the media, the public, his wife, and his own peace of mind. Oh, and there’s an equally impossible killer on the loose. In the depravity of Victorian London, where nothing is what it seems, how do you find a needle in a haystack?

Another fantastic comedy musical from Punchline Theatre, the “masters of what they do” (EdCringe.com)

@punchlinetheatre #catchtheripper

“With a witty script redolent of Mel Brooks and Python, catchy and impressive music […] and a plot full of twists and shocks, make sure you “catch the Ripper”!” - The Theatre Blog

“Near-faultless […] a thoroughly enjoyable performance which should be commended for its comedic and historical value” - Ed Fringe Review (Guido!)

Performances

9th - 21st February (excluding 15th) at 9pm

Visit: www.punchlinetheatre.co.uk/tickets

Or contact the venue on 020 8932 4747 or londontheatre@gmail.com


CAST/CREATIVES

Sylvester Campion (T.P O'Connor) is an actor-musician originally from Ireland now living in London. He graduated in 2014 from Rose Bruford with a BA (hons) in Acting Musicianship, and has since made several appearances in film and TV.








Matt.jpgMatt Houston (Frederick Abberline) graduated from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Notable credits since graduating include highly-acclaimed The Curing Room, the award-nominated online miniseries Darren Has a Breakdown, now in Series 2, and his recent TV debut in Casualty.







Laura.jpgLaura Hyde (Madam Jeffries) trained at LIPA. Notable credits include: Vernon God Little (The Space); NewsRevue (Canal Cafe Theatre); Dick! & Dick Coms Again (Leicester Square Theatre); Measure For Measure (Union Theatre).







Charlotte.jpegCharlotte Knowles (Georgia) is an actress/comedienne and graduated from the Guildford School of Acting. This year she is filming a new comedy series Prime Cut, and will be performing the role of Sandy in Grease this Spring.







Matt Lim (Sir Charles Warren) is artistic director of Punchline Theatre and has enjoyed numerous successes on-stage and on- screen. Most recent theatre credits include Yerma, and In My Head as well as a number of TV and online projects this year.







Izzy.jpgIzzy Roy (Emma) trained at the American Musical Theatre Academy. Since graduating, she has taken part in various new musicals such as Grim: A New Musical and Auditions the Musical, developing a passion for fringe productions and new writing.







Mingyu Lin (Director) trained at RCSSD and is an alumna of Royal Court Writers' Program. She has directed at Camden People's Theatre, Blue Elephant Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe, Yellow Earth, Indigo O2 and Trafalgar Square. Her films have won finalist awards (Sundance Shorts, Enter the Pitch, ITN's Nativity Factor) and been selected for festivals in Cairo, Delhi, Malta, New Jersey and LA. She’s currently on Deptford Lounge’s artist's residency with Trikhon Theatre.

Shaun McCreery (Technical Director) is a founding member of Punchline Theatre with many years of experience as a technical director. He is a former member of the University of York’s improv troupe.

Shuang Teng (Producer) trained at ALRA and now works as an actor/producer. She is currently co- producing the feature film The Receptionist, in which she also stars.

Daniel Henry Kaes - Book , Music, and Lyrics

David Ferris - Additional Music/Orchestration

Benjamin Cox - Additional Orchestration






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