Asking Rembrandt

 

 

Big stories that need to be told.

 

THURSDAY JUNE 25TH

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CAST

LIAM MCKENNA - REMBRANDT

 

Theatre Credits Include: The White Whale (Slung Low/Leeds Docks); Hamlet (Rose Theatre); Rasulka (Grange Park Opera); Sexual Pervisty in Chicago, The Go-Between (Norwich Playhouse); Magpie Park, Tender Dearly (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Teenager of the Year (The White Bear); Flander's Mare (Sound Theatre); Money, SummerFolk, The Merchant of Venice, The Villian's Opera, Peter Pan (Royal National Theatre); Measure for Measure, Much Ado About Nothing (AB&C Theatre); The Count of Monte Cristo (Manchester Royal Exchange); The People Downstairs (Young Vic Theatre); The Warp (Three Mills Studio); The Taming of the Shrew and Julius Caesar (Art Threshold).

TV Credits include: Hustle, Spooks, Holby Blue, Judge John Deed, Battlefield Britain, Dirty War (BBC Television); The Bill (Freemantle); The Greatest Heist (Channel 4); Ultimate Force, Stick With Me, Kid (ITV); Elington (Yorkshire Television); Kiss & Tell (A&E Television); and Hollyoaks (Mersey Television) Film Credits Include: The Riot Club (Blueprint Pictures); Maleficent (Briar Rose Productions); Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Warner Bros.); Metamorphosis (Attractive Features Ltd); The Disappearance of Alice Creed (Cinema NX Productions); Eastern Promises (Focus); Venus (Free Range Films); Like Minds (Gunpowder Films); Chromophobia (Quinta); The Libertine (Stanley Films); Vanity Fair (VF Productions); To KIll A King (Film Four); Uprising (NBC); and The Ice House (BBC).

 

JOHN GORICK – JAN SIX

 

Trained: LCTS,London.

Theatre Credits Include: The Trials of Oscar Wilde (Trafalgar Studios and UK Tour); The Eradication of Schizophrenia in Western Lapland (UK Tour); Whose Blood (Old Operating Theatre); Mary Stuart (Union Theatre); Soldiers (Finborough Theatre); and Plebeians Rehearse the Uprising (Arcola);

TV Credits - Holby City

 

John is a regular improviser, most notably for Fluxx Theatre Company and has also lived and worked extensively in Japan.

 

ESMÉ PATEY-FORD - HENNI

 

Trained: Mountview.

Theatre Credits Include: This Child (Bridewell Theatre); An Enemy of the People (New Diorama); Today I Bought a Yellow Car (London Theatre Workshop); Oh, the Humanity and Other Good Intentions (Tabard Theatre); TIPS (Brighton Fringe); Games of Love and Chance (Edinburgh Fringe); Next Lesson (The Pleasance).

 

LOZ KEYSTONE – TITUS

 

Trained: National Youth Theatre.

Theatre Credits Include: Fred And Madge (The Hope Theatre); Dying In The Street (The Print Room); The Boy Who Cried (Hope Theatre / The Tabard Theatre);

Film Credits: Night Bus (Winner: Best Feature Film, British Independent Film Festival & BFI London Film Festival Official Selection);

 

Loz has composed music for Rough Haired Pointer & The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.

 

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