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‘Theatre at its most vivid. An unforgettable night’

The Times

‘DENISE GOUGH’S PERFORMANCE IS ONE OF THE GREATEST OF HER GENERATION. SHOCKING, MAGNETIC, UNBELIEVABLY REAL.’  

The Independent

‘Lightning strikes twice in this triumphant revival’

Evening Standard

‘A pure adrenaline shot of theatre. Jeremy Herrin’s staging is electrifying’

The Stage

‘Blisteringly funny, brilliantly physical and achingly human’

Financial Times

‘MACMILLAN HAS CREATED ONE OF THE MOST CHALLENGING AND EXCITING FEMALE LEAD ROLES IN MODERN DRAMA’

WhatsOnStage

Duncan Macmillan’s (Lungs, 1984) intoxicating hit play PEOPLE, PLACES & THINGS, directed by Jeremy Herrin (Best of Enemies, Wolf Hall, This House) and designed by Tony Award-winner Bunny Christie, is a ‘must-see all over again’ (WhatsOnStage). Now playing at the Trafalgar Theatre until 10 August only.

Denise Gough reprises her Olivier Award-winning role as Emma, a struggling actress whose life is spinning recklessly out of control. Gough’s ‘blisteringly funny, brilliantly physical and achingly human’ (Financial Times) performance is once again thrilling audiences in PEOPLE, PLACES & THINGS – hailed by critics as ‘one of the greatest of her generation’ (Independent).

Emma was having the time of her life. Now she’s in rehab. Her first step is to admit that she has a problem. But the problem isn’t with Emma, it’s with everything else. She needs to tell the truth. But she’s smart enough to know that there’s no such thing. When intoxication feels like the only way to survive the modern world, how can she ever sober up?

Don’t miss this ‘unforgettable night’ (The Times) in the West End.

DENISE GOUGH

DENISE GOUGH

Emma

DENISE GOUGH

DENISE GOUGH

Emma
Denise Gough’s work in theatre includes People, Places & Things (also West End and at St Ann’s Warehouse, New York; Olivier and Critics Circle awards for Best Actress) and Angels in America: Parts one and two (also Broadway; Olivier Award winner for Best Supporting Actress and a Tony nomination) at the National Theatre; Portia Coughlan (title role) at the Abbey, Dublin; The Duchess of Malfi at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse; Adler and Gibb at the Royal Court; Desire Under the Elms (Critics Circle Award for Most Promising Newcomer); Our New Girl at the Bush; The Painter at the Arcola; The Birds, The Plough and the Stars at the Gate, Dublin; Ahasverus for the RSC; The Grouch at West Yorkshire Playhouse; Someone Else’s Shoes at Soho Theatre; Everything is Illuminated at Hampstead; The Kindness of Strangers at Liverpool Everyman; Robbers at the Tristan Bates; Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train at Trafalgar Studios; Six Characters in Search of an Author at Chichester; and As You Like It and By the Bog of Cats at Wyndham’s. TV includes Andor 2, Andor, Under the Banner of Heaven, Too Close (BAFTA nomination for Leading Actress), Paula (title role), Guerrilla, Apple Tree Yard, The Fall (three series) and Stella. Film includes Monday, The Other Lamb, Colette, The Kid Who Would Be King, Juliet Naked, Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood, Jimmy’s Hall, and BAFTA-nominated ’71.
SINÉAD CUSACK

SINÉAD CUSACK

Doctor/Therapist/Mum

SINÉAD CUSACK

SINÉAD CUSACK

Doctor/Therapist/Mum
Sinéad Cusack trained at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin and the Royal Shakespeare Company. Her work in theatre includes Our Lady of Sligo (The Evening Standard Award for Best Actress, Critics’ Circle Awards for Best Actress and Olivier Award nomination) and Juno and the Paycock (also the Abbey, Dublin) at the National Theatre; Antony and Cleopatra, Macbeth, The Taming of the Shrew (Olivier Award nomination for Best Actress in a Revival), The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It (The Clarence Derwent Award for Best Supporting Actress and Olivier Award nomination for Best Actress in a Supporting Role), Measure for Measure, The Maid’s Tragedy (Olivier Award nomination for Best Actress in a Revival ), Much Ado About Nothing (Tony Award nomination for Best Actress) and Cyrano de Bergerac for the RSC; Tree for Manchester International Festival and the Young Vic; Stitchers at Jermyn Street; King Lear at Chichester; Splendour at the Donmar; Our Few and Evil Days at the Abbey, Dublin (The Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Actress); Other Desert Cities at the Old Vic; Rock ’n’ Roll at the Royal Court (Olivier Award nomination and Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play); The Birds at the Gate; and The Cherry Orchard and The Winter’s Tale at the Bridge; and King Lear at the Duke of York’s. TV includes North Sea Connection, The Baby, MotherFatherSon, Moving On, Call the Midwife, Marcella, Jekyll & Hyde, 37 Days, Poirot – Dead Man’s Folly, Midsomer Murders, Camelot, The Deep, A Room with a View, Home Again, The Strange Case of Sir Arthur Doyle, Dad, North & South, Have Your Cake and Eat It and Tales From Hollywood. Film includes Napoleon, Queen & Country (IFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role nomination), The Sea (IFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role), Eliza Graves, Wrath of the Titans, Eastern Promises, Cracks, V for Vendetta, Tiger’s Tail (IFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role nomination), Mathilde, I Capture the Castle, Bad Behaviour, Dream, My Mother Frank, Passion in Mind, Stealing Beauty, The Clement Garden, The Nephew, Waterland and Venus Peter.
Malachi Kirby

Malachi Kirby

Mark

Danny Kirrane

Danny Kirrane

Foster

Danny Kirrane

Danny Kirrane

Foster
Danny Kirrane trained with the National Youth Theatre. His work in theatre includes The History Boys at the National Theatre; Jerusalem (original cast) at the Royal Court, in the West End and on Broadway; Henry V at the Donmar Warehouse; The Hunt at the Almeida and St Ann’s Warehouse; Gentleman at the Arcola; Vassa at the Almeida; We’re Staying Right Here at Park Theatre; As You Like It at Regent’s Park; A Little Hotel on the Side at Theatre Royal Bath; Three Sisters at the Young Vic; Romeo and Juliet and  Boys for Headlong; and Petrol Blue for Aldeburgh Music. TV includes Skins, Serpent Queen (series one and two), Baby Reindeer, Boat Story, Sandman, Safe Space, Don’t Forget the Driver, Britannia, Poldark, Game of Thrones, Wasted, Doctor Thorne, New Blood, Critical, The Site, Young, Unemployed & Lazy, Doctors, The Inbetweeners, Casualty and Trollied. Film includes Peterloo, Ravers, Game Over, Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Dead Men Tell No Tales, The Hatching, Walking on Sunshine and Automata.
KEVIN McMONAGLE

KEVIN McMONAGLE

Dad / Paul

KEVIN McMONAGLE

KEVIN McMONAGLE

Dad / Paul
Kevin McMonagle’s work in theatre includes After Life and People, Places and Things (also West End and at St Ann’s Warehouse, Brooklyn) for the National Theatre and Headlong; Twelfth Night, The Tempest, The Comedy of Errors and Richard III for the RSC; Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall; A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Bridge; Mother Courage and Her Children for the Royal Exchange Manchester and Headlong; The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at Park Theatre; Junkyard for Headlong; The Tempest at The Coronet; The Divided Laing and Pieces of Vincent at the Arcola; No Nothing for Lemon Tree; A Doll’s House for the National Theatre of Scotland; Ambulance, Thyestes, Ladybird and Kin at the Royal Court; and When Winston Went to War with the Wireless and The Family Reunion at Donmar Warehouse. TV includes Scoop, New Tricks, Krakatoa – The Last Days, Quite Ugly One Morning, Rose and Maloney, Rebus, Blue Murder and Bramwell. Film includes Greenfingers and A Scottish Love Scheme.
Holly Atkins

Holly Atkins

Charlotte / Ensemble

Paksie Vernon

Paksie Vernon

Jodi / Ensemble

Ryan Hutton

Ryan Hutton

Shaun

Ryan Hutton

Ryan Hutton

Shaun
Ryan Hutton trained at Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. His work in theatre includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the RSC; Black Star at the Arcola; and Only Fools and Horses the Musical at Theatre Royal Haymarket. As Joint Director of Bag of Beard, directing includes Renaissance Men at the Old Red Lion, Square Chapel and 53Two; Buried (joint director) at Seven Dials Playhouse and Old Red Lion; and Cratchit (associate director) at Park Theatre. In 2019, he was nominated for Best Actor in a Musical and the Joe Allen Best West End Debut at the Stage Debut Awards. Film includes Pragma.
AYỌ̀ OWÓYẸMI-PETERS

AYỌ̀ OWÓYẸMI-PETERS

Laura / Ensemble

AYỌ̀ OWÓYẸMI-PETERS

AYỌ̀ OWÓYẸMI-PETERS

Laura / Ensemble
Ayọ̀ Owóyẹmi-Peters recently graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. People, Places & Things is Ayọ’s professional theatre debut. Her work in film includes Phillis in London.
DILLON SCOTT-LEWIS

DILLON SCOTT-LEWIS

T / Ensemble

DILLON SCOTT-LEWIS

DILLON SCOTT-LEWIS

T / Ensemble
Dillon Scott-Lewis’ work in theatre includes The Sh*t at Leeds Playhouse and the Bush; The Wizard of Oz at Birmingham Rep; and & Juliet at the Shaftesbury. TV includes Piglets and Doctors. Film includes 5lbs of Pressure. Dillon Scott-Lewis is a musician and part of The Hospital.
RUSSELL ANTHONY

RUSSELL ANTHONY

Ensemble

RUSSELL ANTHONY

RUSSELL ANTHONY

Ensemble
Russell Anthony’s work in theatre includes Quiz and The Full Monty in the West End and on tour; Dialektikon at Park Theatre; Hay Fever, Pygmalion and The Ladykillers at Theatre Royal Windsor; An Ideal Husband, Pools Paradise and The Importance of Being Earnest at Manor Pavilion Sidmouth; Romeo and Juliet for Antic Disposition on tour; We Have to Tell Jacob at Southwark Playhouse; Red Black and Ignorant at Cock Tavern; Miracle on 34th Street at Madinat, Dubai; Dracula at the White Bear; and A Slice of Saturday Night at Courtyard Theatre. TV includes Joan (upcoming), Dark Phone (upcoming) Sticks and Stones, Ragdoll, Beyond Paradise and Call the Midwife. Film includes Modi (upcoming).
LOUISE TEMPLETON

LOUISE TEMPLETON

Ensemble

LOUISE TEMPLETON

LOUISE TEMPLETON

Ensemble
Theatre includes: A Song at Twilight and Sherlock Holmes: the Final Curtain for Theatre Royal Bath, Pygmalion (MJE Productions) and Steel Magnolias (David Ian Productions). Other theatre includes Hamlet (as Gertrude) at Rose Playhouse, Bankside; The Seagull (as Arkadina) at White Bear Theatre; The Shallow End at Southwark Playhouse and the one-woman play Uncoupled at the Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh.  Louise has worked extensively with the award-winning Antic Disposition company, playing Queen Margaret in Richard lll,  Emilia in The Comedy of Errors , First Witch in Macbeth and Mistress Quickly / Alice in their acclaimed production of Henry V, which has had five tours in the UK and France, including performances at Theatre National de Nice as part of their 2018 ShakeNice! Festival. TV includes: Doctors, Emmerdale, Bloody Tales of Europe, and Seekers for Freedom (Al Jazeera America). Film includes: The Falling; The Innocent; Bonobo; The Warehouse; Capsule, and Jayson Bend: Queen and Country. Audio drama includes: Zombies, Run! for Audible.
Miriam Elwell Sutton

Miriam Elwell Sutton

Ensemble

Miriam Elwell Sutton

Miriam Elwell Sutton

Ensemble
Miriam Elwell-Sutton trained at Arts Educational Schools, London and at RADA. Work in theatre includes Hair at the Gate, Notting Hill; Chicago on UK tour, and in Singapore and Tokyo; Dolly the Musical at Leicester Curve and on UK tour; I Love You in Danish at Òran Mór; The Stornoway Way at An Lanntair; Talking Heads – Bed Among the Lentils and Mother Goose at Nottingham Playhouse; Robinson Crusoe and the Caribbean Pirates at the SECC; Peter Pan and Aladdin at Edinburgh Playhouse; 4:48 Digestion and Saint Hildegard at the Vaults festival; and Mamma Mia!, Fiddler on the Roof and We Will Rock You in the West End. TV includes The X Factor, Stacy Stone, UP!, Quick Cuts and The Good Ship Murder.
Emma-Jane Fearnley

Emma-Jane Fearnley

Ensemble

Emma-Jane Fearnley

Emma-Jane Fearnley

Ensemble
Emma Jane Fearnley trained at London School of Musical Theatre, graduating in 2022. Work in theatre includes at Betty Blue Eyes the Union, London; and Made in Dagenham 20th Anniversary Concert at London Palladium.
Genevieve Labuschagne

Genevieve Labuschagne

Ensemble

Genevieve Labuschagne

Genevieve Labuschagne

Ensemble
Genevieve Labuschagne trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art on the MA Theatre Lab course. People, Places and Things is her professional theatre debut.
Imogen Mackenzie

Imogen Mackenzie

Ensemble

Imogen Mackenzie

Imogen Mackenzie

Ensemble
Imogen Mackenzie trained at RADA, specialising in stage, screen and physical theatre. Her work in theatre includes The Mother of Exiles and The Moors at Hope Theatre.
Lottie Power

Lottie Power

Ensemble

Lottie Power

Lottie Power

Ensemble
Lottie Power trained at Arts Ed, where her productions included Gentleman Prefer Blondes and SpongeBob the Musical. Theatre includes Sinatra at Birmingham Rep.

Duncan MacMillan

Writer

Duncan MacMillan

Writer
Duncan Macmillan is an award-winning writer and director. His work has been performed throughout the world, including at the National Theatre, the Royal Court, Old Vic, Almeida, Barbican, St Ann’s Warehouse, Melbourne Theatre Company, Berliner Ensemble, Schaubühne Berlin, Hamburg Schauspielhaus, Burgtheater Wien, Vesturport, Kansallisteatteri, Nationaltheatret Oslo, at the Salzburg Festival, in the West End and on Broadway. His screen work has been shown at the London and Berlin film festivals, on the BBC, Netflix and HBO. Plays include People, Places and Things, Lungs; Every Brilliant Thing; Rosmersholm (adapt. Henrik Ibsen); 1984 (adapt. George Orwell, co-written and co-directed with Robert Icke); City of Glass (adapt. Paul Auster) and 2071 (co-written with Chris Rapley); The Forbidden Zone; Wunschloses Unglück (adapt. Peter Handke); and Reise durch die Nacht (adapt. Friederike Mayröcker), which was selected for Theatertreffen and Festival d’Avignon and awarded the Nestroy Preis for Best German Language Production. People, Places and Things, 1984 and Rosmersholm were all nominated for Olivier Awards.

Jeremy Herrin

Director

Jeremy Herrin

Director
Jeremy Herrin’s work in theatre includes After Life, The Visit, or the old lady comes to call, The Plough and the Stars and Statement of Regret at the National Theatre; People, Places & Things for the National Theatre and Headlong, also in the West End, on UK tour and at St Ann’s Warehouse; This House at the National Theatre, Chichester Festival and in the West End; A Mirror at the Trafalgar and the Almeida); Ulster American at Riverside Studios; Best of Enemies at the Young Vic and in the West End (South Bank Show Award for Best Theatre Production); The Dumb Waiter and All My Sons at the Old Vic; Labour of Love in the West End (Olivier Award for Best Comedy); Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies for the RSC and in the West End and on Broadway (Evening Standard Award for Best Director); Junkyard and The Absence of War for Headlong; Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme for Headlong at the Abbey Dublin and on international tour; The Tempest and Much Ado About Nothing at Shakespeare’s Globe; Noises Off on Broadway, at the Lyric Hammersmith and in the West End; Haunted Child, The Heretic, Kin, Spur of the Moment, Off the Endz, The Priory (Olivier Award for Best Comedy), Tusk Tusk, The Vertical Hour and That Face at the Royal Court; The House They Grew Up In and Uncle Vanya at Chichester; The Moderate Soprano in the West End and at Hampstead; Marble at the Abbey, Dublin; The Family Reunion at Donmar Warehouse; Blackbird at Market Theatre, Johannesburg; and The Glass Menagerie, The Nether, That Face, South Downs, Absent Friends and Death and the Maiden in the West End. Jeremy Herrin was previously Deputy Artistic Director of the Royal Court, Associate Director at Live Theatre Newcastle upon Tyne, and Artistic Director of Headlong. With Alan Stacey and Rob O’Rahilly, he is a Founding Director of Second Half Productions.

Bunny Christie

Set Designer

Bunny Christie

Set Designer
Bunny Christie is a multi-award-winning production designer. She has worked extensively at the National Theatre and designed shows for all three of its theatres and devised many shows. She also initiated the National Theatre Design Bursary which supports two emerging designers each year. Her set and costume designs include The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (awards include Olivier and Tony awards) at the National Theatre, in the West End and internationally; People, Places and Things at the National Theatre; the immersive production of Guys and Dolls and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Bridge; Company (Tony and Olivier awards for Best Design) on Broadway and in the West End; Ink (Tony nomination) in New York; all-women Shakespeare season at St Ann’s, New York. Work in opera includes the world premiere of Andre Previn’s Brief Encounter for Houston Grand Opera, where she also designed set and costumes for Tosca. Bunny Christie was awarded an OBE for services to the UK Theatre Industry and was given an Honorary Doctor of Letters from St Andrews University. She is a member of Scene Change, a Collective of Theatre Designers. Upcoming productions include London Tide at the National Theatre and a New York transfer of Tammy Faye.

Christina Cunningham

costume Designer

Christina Cunningham

costume Designer
Christina Cunningham is a costume designer working in theatre, opera, and dance. Work in theatre includes A Midsummer Night’s DreamAlys Always and Julius Caesar at the Bridge; Chess at ENO; Grief is the Thing with Feathers for Black Box Theatre and O’Reilly Theatre, Ireland; A Pacifist’s Guide to a War on Cancer for the National Theatre and Complicité; People, Places and Things and As You Like It at the National Theatre; The Kid Stays in the Picture and The Nether at the Royal Court; Chimerica at the Almeida and in the West End; The Master and Margarita, A Disappearing Number, Shun-kin, Measure for Measure, A Minute Too Late, Pet Shop Boys Meet Eisenstein, Strange Poetry, The Elephant Vanishes, The Noise of Time, Light and Mnemonic with Complicité; The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui for the National Actors’ Theatre, New York. Opera includes Wozzek and  The Rake’s Progress (also Dutch National Opera) at Aix-en-Provence Festival; Carmen at Scottish Opera; The Handmaid’s Tale at Royal Danish Opera; The Snow Maiden and Hansel & Gretel at Opera North; Tristan & Isolde for English National Opera; world premiere of Benjamin, dernière nuit at Lyon Opera; The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny and  The Importance of Being Earnest at the Royal Opera House; A Dog’s Heart at Dutch National Opera, ENO, La Scala and Lyon Opera; Nabucco for Nancy Opera and Opéra Orchestre National Montpellier. Dance includes the world premiere of Ballet Spiegelungen Verweile Doch for Saarländisches Staatstheater; In Absentia at Sadler’s Wells; Sun for the Hofesh Schechter Company at Sadler’s Wells and on international tours; Just for Show for DV8 at the National Theatre and on international tour. Film includes The Walled Garden (Best Costume Design nomination at the 2022 British Short Film Awards).

James Farncombe

Lighting Designer

Matthew Herbert

music

Matthew Herbert

music
Matthew Herbert is an award-winning composer, artist, producer and writer whose work ranges from more than 30 albums (including Bodily Functions) to scores for Oscar-winning films (A Fantastic Woman), as well as music for the National Theatre, Broadway, TV series (Noughts and Crosses and The Responder for BBC), games (Lego) and radio. He has performed solo, as a DJ and with various musicians including his own 21-piece big band and 100-piece choir all round the world, from Sydney Opera House to the Hollywood Bowl and created installations, plays and opera. He has remixed artists such as Quincy Jones, Ennio Morricone, Serge Gainsbourg and Mahler and been a long-time collaborator of Bjork’s. He has had work commissioned by the Royal Opera House, the BBC and Deutsche Grammophon amongst many others. His work ONE PIG followed the life of a pig from birth to plate and beyond. His debut book The Music was published by Unbound in 2018 and he is the creative director of the New BBC Radiophonic Workshop. In 2021 a documentary by Enrique Sanchez Lansch about Herbert and listening entitled A Symphony of Noise was released. Shot over ten years, the film follows Herbert through 20 or so of his projects as an electronic musician, artist and sound activist. He also recently completed his PhD about the ethics of composing with sound and his next experimental project is based on hearing more than one billion sounds.

Tom Gibbons

Sound Designer

Tom Gibbons

Sound Designer
Tom Gibbons’ recent work includes Dear England (also West End), The Antipodes, Home, I’m Darling (also West End and on tour), People, Places and Things (also West End and on tour; Olivier Award for Best Sound Design), Hedda Gabler, Sunset at the Villa Thalia and The Red Barn at the National Theatre; Jesus Christ Superstar at DeLaMar Theatre, Amsterdam; Here We Are at The Shed, New York; Dead Man Walking at The Metropolitan Opera; Best of Enemies at the Noël Coward and the Young Vic; Grey House at the Lyceum Theatre Broadway;  Good and All About Eve in the West End. Hamlet, Oresteia and The Doctor at Park Avenue Armory, the Almeida and in the West End; Animal Farm on UK tour; West Side Story and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? on Broadway; Cabaret at Göteborg Opera; Judas, Oedipus, The Doctor and Obsession (also at the Barbican) at International Theatre Amsterdam; Our Town at Regent’s Park; The Doctor and Wild Duck at the Almeida and in the West End; The Madness of George III at Nottingham Playhouse; Hexenjagd at Theater Basel; Mr Burns and 1984 at the Almeida, in the West End and on Broadway; Fanny and Alexander and The Lorax at the Old Vic; A View from the Bridge at the Young Vic, in the West End and on Broadway; Life of Galileo, Happy Days, A Season in the Congo and Disco Pigs at the Young Vic; Les Misérables at Wermland Opera, Sweden; The Crucible at Walter Kerr, Broadway; Anna Karenina at the Royal Exchange, Manchester; The Moderate Soprano and Elephants at Hampstead; White Devil and As You Like It at the RSC; Translations and Plenty at Sheffield Crucible; After Life, The Absence of War and Romeo & Juliet for Headlong; Lion Boy for Complicité;  Henry IV and Julius Caesar at the Donmar Warehouse and St Ann’s, Brooklyn; The End of History, Pah La, The Woods and Love Love Love at the Royal Court; Venus in Fur at Theatre Royal Haymarket; Good and All About Eve in the West End.

Andrzej Goulding

Video Designer

Andrzej Goulding

Video Designer
Andrzej Goulding is an award-winning video designer who has worked in the UK and internationally, across many forms of performance. His work in theatre includes People, Places and Things (Drama Desk and KOI Award USA nominations), The Tell-Tale Heart, The Suicide and From Morning to Midnight for the National Theatre; &Juliet on Broadway, in the West End and in Australia (WhatsOnStage Award); Groundhog Day at the Old Vic and on Broadway (WhatsOnStage nomination); Just for One Day, SYLVIA and Eureka Day at the Old Vic; 42 Balloons at the Lowry; Miss Saigon at Sheffield Crucible ((WhatsOnStage nomination); I Should Be So Lucky on UK tour; Message in a Bottle in the West End and on world tour; Life of Pi on tour, in the West End and on Broadway (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Olivier, UK Theatre and Broadway World awards, and a KOI Award UK nomination); Burn at Edinburgh International Festival; The Da Vinci Code on UK tour; The Drifters Girls in the West End and on UK tour; Room at Stratford East, on Broadway and in Toronto (Theatre and Technology Award and a nomination for an Off West End Award); The Unreturning (also set design; nomination for an Off West End Award) on UK tour; Pressure in the West End, on UK tour and in Toronto; The Girl on the Train on UK tour and in the West End; Henry V and Coriolanus at Donmar Warehouse and broadcast by National Theatre Live; 1984 for Northern Ballet and Sadler’s Wells; Frost/Nixon at Sheffield Crucible; Carousel at the Barbican; Kiki’s Delivery Service at Southwark Playhouse; and The Unfriend and The Time Traveller’s Wife (WhatsOnStage nomination) in the West End.

Polly Bennett

Movement

Polly Bennett

Movement
Polly Bennett is a movement director, choreographer and director. Work for theatre includes Opening Night at the Gielgud; Patriots and House of Shades at the Almeida; Cyrano de Bergerac at the Playhouse; Botticelli in the Fire and Hysteria at Hampstead; Peter Gynt (also Edinburgh International Festival), Rutherford and Son, The Lehman Trilogy (also West End and Park Avenue Armory), The Great Wave, The Deep Blue Sea, People, Places and Things (also St Ann’s Warehouse, New York and in the West End) and Pomona (also Royal Exchange and Orange Tree) at the National Theatre; and Sweat at the Donmar Warehouse and in the West End. TV includes Black Doves, The Listeners, Feud 2: Capote and the Women, Kaos, Nolly, Wolf, History of a Pleasure Seeker, The Great (series one, two and three), The Crown (series three, four, five and six), One Normal Night and Killing Eve. Film includes Eden, Deadpool 3, Bob Marley: One Love, Saltburn, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Elvis, Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody, Chevalier, 007: No Time to Die, Mogul Mowgli, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Little Stranger and Stan & Ollie (as assistant choreographer).

Jessica Ronane CDG CSA

Casting

Jessica Ronane CDG CSA

Casting
Jessica Ronane CDG’s casting for theatre includes The Caretaker (upcoming) at Chichester; Little Foxes (upcoming) at the Young Vic; Pygmalion, The Dumb Waiter, Faith Healer, Endgame/Rough for Theatre II, A Christmas Carol, Lungs, A Very Expensive Poison, Present Laughter, All My Sons, The American Clock, SYLVIA, A Monster Calls, Mood Music, Fanny & Alexander, Woyzeck, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead, King Lear, The Caretaker, The Master Builder, Dr Seuss’s The Lorax, The Hairy Ape, Future Conditional, Girl from the North Country (also West End) and The Divide (also Edinburgh International Festival) at the Old Vic; Stranger Things at the Phoenix; Long Day’s Journey into Night at Wyndham’s; Ulster American at Riverside Studios; A Mirror at the Almeida and in the West End; The Lehman Trilogy for the National Theatre at the Gillian Lynne, The Glass Menagerie at the Duke of York’s and The Spy Who Came in from the Cold at Chichester Festival Theatre (upcoming) . TV includes Julie (upcoming), True Detective:Night Country and The Amazing Mr Blunden. Film includes Parliament Square (upcoming), Mickey 7, Queer, Emma, Longbourn, Rumpelstiltskin and The Kid Who Would Be King. Casting for videogames includes The Architect. Jessica Ronane is Casting Director for Second Half Productions and Casting Consultant for the Old Vic.

Wendy Spon

Original Casting

Wendy Spon

Original Casting
Wendy Spon was previously Head of Casting at the National Theatre, from 2006 to March 2018. Prior to this, she was a freelance casting director for Young Vic, Almeida, Playful Productions, Talkback Thames Studios; Deputy Head of Casting at the National Theatre 1995 to 2000; and Casting Director for Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, from 1990 to 1995. Wendy Spon was previously an Associate of Sheffield Theatres for Artistic Director, Robert Hastie. Spon has cast shows for directors Rufus Norris, Nicholas Hytner, Dominic Cooke, Marianne Elliott, Simon Godwin, Richard Eyre, Howard Davies, Jeremy Herrin, Michael Longhurst, Bijan Sheibani, Katie Mitchell, Nadia Fall, Ivo van Hove, James Macdonald, Patrick Marber, Robert Icke, Carrie Cracknell, Joe Hill-Gibbins, Rupert Goold, Ian Rickson, Roger Michell, Trevor Nunn, David Lan, Thea Sharrock, Anthony Page, Paul Miller, Nancy Meckler, Gregory Doran, Michael Rudman, Michael Blakemore, John Caird and Jeremy Sams.

Hazel Holder

Company Voice Work

Hazel Holder

Company Voice Work
Hazel Holder’s work in theatre includes The Hot Wing King (upcoming), Grenfell: in the Words of Survivors, Death of England: Closing Time, Trouble in Mind, The Crucible, Death of England: Delroy, Blues for an Alabama Sky, Rockets and Blue Lights, Death of England, Small Island, Nine Night, Barber Shop Chronicles, Angles in America, Les Blancs and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom at the National Theatre; Ulster American at Riverside Studios; ear for eye and Pigs & Dogs at the Royal Court; The Homecoming, Best of Enemies, Fairview, Death of a Salesman and The Convert at the Young Vic; The Human Body, The Doll’s House: Part 2, Marys Seacole and Constellations at the Donmar; Jitney at the Old Vic; Richard II at Shakespeare’s Globe; and Sunset Blvd., Cock, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Glass Menagerie, 2:22 A Ghost Story, Uncle Vanya, Tina – The Tina Turner Musical, Dreamgirls and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? in the West End. TV and film include The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare, The Silent Twins, Silo, Small Axe and The Power.

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