The Milkman’s on His Way
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David has just graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance London. His first job after graduating was Assistant Director of “Bromance the Dudesical” at The Other Palace where he also covered all male roles. He then went into the Research and Development of “Pearly”. He then performed in the Christmas Show at Hertford Theatre. David is very excited to help tell Ewan’s story in the world premiere of “The Milkman’s On His Way”.
Lewis Brown is a graduate of Manchester School of Theatre. Lewis was recently nominated for an Off-West End Award for his performance in Undetectable at the Kings Head Theatre. Previous credits include; Tuck (Wales Millenium Centre); Razor in The Flesh (Embassy of Brazil); Sense and Sensibility (US National tour); Hamlet (US National Tour). Lewis has previously worked with HOME Manchester, Team Angelica and Tamasha Theatre.
Amy graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2018, and has since gone on to build up a variety of experience in the industry, with credits including ‘West End Bares’ at the Shaftesbury Theatre, ‘The Peregrine’ at Stockwell Playhouse and ‘Refuge in Harmony’, a unique collaboration with Opera Holland Park. Amy takes pride in making her designs come to life, from the workshop to the stage, and is excited to be part of the ‘Milkman’ creative team.
Training: Mountview (Diploma in Musical Theatre).
Directing credits include: Into the Woods,(Cockpit Theatre), Metropolis, Wonderful Town, A Little Night Music, Into the Woods, Days of Hope, She Loves Me, Follies. (Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre); NewsRevue (Edinburgh 2013, Canal Café Theatre, London 2013 and 2016), Sunny Side of The Street, Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered, Classic Moments, Hidden Treasures, Coloured Lights and Jack The Ripper (Jermyn Street Theatre); Sweeney Todd and Chess (University of Cumbria, Carlisle); Rubbed, Goosed, Fanny, Jack Sissy That Stalk, Charming Dick and Prince Bendover in Boots (RVT); Beans and Cream (Canal Café Theatre); Hot Lips Cold War (London Theatre Workshop) ,Maurice, My Beautiful Laundrette, Dangerous, When Harry met Barry, Orton, Rise Like A Phoenix, Boyes Play, Cleveland Street, The Blink Series and three seasons of the hit Bathhouse (Above The Stag Theatre, where Tim was Associate Artistic Director from 2009 – 2015).
Future Directing credits include: The Milkman’s on His Way (Old Courtroom Theatre, Brighton), a new musical with Tony Hatch and Slippered.
Acting credits include: In Gay Company (RADA); Bathhouse and Silence of The Lambs (Above The Stag Theatre); Assassins (Pleasance Theatre); Blair on Broadway (Arts Theatre); Forever Plaid (UK Tour); South Pacific (Aberystwyth Arts Centre) Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Chelmsford Civic Theatre and Middlesbrough Theatre); Godspell (Millfield Arts Centre); As You Like it, Aladdin and Dick Whittington (Mercury Theatre, Colchester); Another Country (Greenfields); Twelfth Night (Broadway Theatre, Catford); You’re Gonna Love Tomorrow (Greenwich Playhouse) and The Golden Key (Greenwich Theatre); Fred Astaire (London Palladium); Dame in Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty, Dick Whittington and Cinderella (Courtyard Theatre, Hereford); Snow White with Linda Robson (Beck Theatre, Hayes) Aladdin (Chelmsford Civic Theatre) Charming Dick (Cockpit Theatre) Sleeping Beauty with Honey G and Jack and The Beanstalk with Michelle Collins (White Rock Theatre, Hastings)
Cabaret credits include: Tim’s debut his show Mountains at Feinstein’s 54 Below in (New York) and a season at The Pride Arts Centre in Chicago Tim Sings Stephen Sondheim’s Divas (Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre, Frankenstein’s and Above The Arts, Pride arts Centre – Chicago, Tada Theatre – NYC); Mountains (St James Theatre, Kenneth Moore Theatre, Ilford, Jermyn Street Theatre and Above The Arts); Tim McArthur and Chums (London Hippodrome); A New Direction (Theatre Lounge, Kuala Lumpur); New York Ding Dong (Don’t Tell Mama, NYC); Over the Rainbow (Upstairs at The Gatehouse, New End Theatre and Jermyn Street Theatre). Tim has supported Helen Lederer (UK Tour); Graham Norton (Hilton); Julian Clary (Savoy Theatre) and Bobby Davro (Bridlington Spa); Elton John’s Christmas Party. For the past 2 years Tim has been the host for the monthly Sondheim Society Cabaret Night (Phoenix Artist Club) and most recently was one of the headline singers in Sondheim Unplugged at London’s Hippodrome.
Television credits include: EastEnders and When Will I Be Famous? (BBC); Ginger Beer and The Richard Blackwood Show (Channel 4).
Radio credits include: A Chorus Line, Sweet Charity, Fiddler on The Roof, Sweet Charity (BBC Radio 2).
Presenting credits include: Host and creator of The Curtain Up Show (Resonance 104.4Fm); In The Green Room (Encore Radio); Sunday show (Jemm 3); West End Wilma Awards (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017); West End Eurovision Red Carpet (2013 and 2014); The Scene, Gaydar Radio, Five Live and Tim McArthur interviews on Theatre Radio.
Recording credits include: Fred Astaire; Bathhouse; Dangerous Cabaret and Tim’s debut album Don’t Be Anything Less.
Sister Mary McArthur credits include: Sister Mary’s Playtime (Frankenstein’s, Edinburgh Fringe 2017 and 2018; Sister Mary’s Big Show (Cockpit Theatre); On Ya Knees (Jermyn Street Theatre); Celebrity Nun (Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh); Sister Mary In SA (New Space Theatre, Cape Town), Sister Mary in NYC (Don’t Tell Mama, NYC) and Spank and Spanktacular (Underbelly and Pleasance, Edinburgh Fringe 2017)
Writing credits include: Tim’s debut play, Control (directed by Guy Retallack, Hen and Chickens Theatre and Bridge House Theatre). Tim has written a sitcom that has been optioned by Free At Last TV.
After a 25 year career in IT, Kevin decided to stop working full time and set up his own business delivering IT and Business Consultancy as well as offering Social Media expertise to smaller theatre and arts organisations. He has written one long play and three shorts. Anthony Meindl’s Actors Workshop choose one of his short plays, “The Gig Economy” for their showcase, “Invisible Light”, which ran in July 2018 at the Tristan Bates Theatre. He is currently working on a play about Benjamin Britten and his relationship with David Hemmings during rehearsals for Britten’s opera, “The Turn of the Screw”.
Bryan trained at LAMDA. Credits include Somnai (Ellipsis), Lady Windermere’s Fan (Theatrical Niche), Hamlet (Changeling Theatre), The Tempest (Three Inch Fools), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Clapham Omnibus), Mysterious Skin (Em-Lou Productions/ King’s Head Theatre), Three Short Plays by Samuel Beckett (Whispering Beasts/ Old Red Lion), War, Women and Song (Harvest/ Redgrave Theatre Bristol) and Napoleon Blown Apart (Arcola). Bryan’s credits as a writer include the short film The Big Day and the web series Stalling.
Robert Hook, originally from a small village in Kent, jumped the pond to train as an actor at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles; combining training from both the UK and the US. Having been back in London for a couple of years, recent credits include PEAKY BLINDERS (season 5), MAXINE (Stockwell Playhouse) and I LIVE FOR YOU (Indie feature); he is excited to be a part of Brighton Fringe for the first time, especially with a production as relevant as “The Milkman’s on His Way”.
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts
Theatre: Young Judy Garland in JUDY! (Arts Theatre & Hippodrome Theatre); Young Judy Garland in Through the Mill (Southwark Playhouse); Cinderella in Cinderella (Gaiety Theatre); Sleeping Beauty in Sleeping Beauty (Chipping Norton Theatre); Chloe in Fame Game (Vienna’s English Theatre); Maria in Different Class (Etcetera Theatre); Tabby in Three (Hens and Chickens Theatre).
Television: Watchmen (HBO) Young Judy Garland in Autopsy: The Last Hours of (ITV).
Short Film: Without Spots (Kate Sutton).
Voice Over: Eva in Cultivate Advert TVF ; Katie in Cultivate Advert TVF; Narrator in Doctors Teaching (TVF); Narrator in Valentine’s Day; Bisqit in Adidas Commercial.
Workshops: Frida in Still Lives (Stratford East Theatre); Sophia in Revolution for the Socially Uninformed (Stratford East Theatre); Joan Fontaine in Working Title (London Theatre Workshop); Lulu in Sixth Form Romeo (Derailed Theatre); Nikki in Selling the Sky (White Bear Write Club).
Radio: Special Commendation in Carlton Hobbs Radio Competition (BBC).
Vittorio is a self-taught lighting designer, Video and sound engineer, with five years experience of the live events industry. He studied in north London and has been working with High Scream Productions in ibiza, Bastille various other artists, Rambert and new up and coming theatre shows. As well as Live events, he also designs for Theatre, Children’s shows, Arial, Comedy and bands.
Recent work includes Prydz, Black Coffee, Martin Garrix and many more, Working as a Stage manager for High scream Crew during the day.
Currently on tour with Rambert 2.
Nigel Fairs trained at Bretton Hall.
Acting credits include: Translations (National Theatre), The Mousetrap (St Martins, West End), Slap (Theatre Royal, Stratford East), Key for Two (English Theatre, Vienna), Emma (Lyric Hammersmith), To Kill a Canary (Kenton Theatre, Henley), Romeo & Juliet (King’s Head, Islington), Cinderella (Stafford Gatehouse), Unforgotten (ITV), Silent Witness (BBC), Eastenders (BBC), Casualty (BBC), Emmerdale (ITV) , In From the Side, Angel on the Ceiling, Dodge & Twist (Audible), ATA Girl, Doctor Who and Dark Shadows (Big Finish). As a writer, Nigel has had over 40 stage plays produced, including the award-winning In Conversation with an Acid Bath Murderer and My Gay Best Friend (co-written and performed with Louise Jameson), seven musicals, over one hundred murder mystery scripts and audio serials for Doctor Who, Sapphire & Steel, Blake’s Seven and The Tomorrow People (Big Finish Productions). His eight-part murder mystery serial, Sixpence and Shilling Investigate, is available on Audible.
Torsten Højer was born in Sussex, England. He has worked as a journalist and editor for a number of publications, including 3SIXTY, reFRESH, one80news, Pink News, Gay Star News, Frontiers LA and DNA magazine Australia. His first fiction appeared in What Love Is (Arcadia Books, 2010) and he served as editor of the Lambda Literary Award-nominated gay anthology, Speak My Language and Other Stories (Robinson, 2015). He lives in Brighton, England.
Emily earned her stage management stripes after leaving her BTEC in Technical Theatre at Hereford College of Arts as production manager for 4Play Theatre Company, specialising on contemporary drama. Emily produced Martin McDonagh’s Pillowman and Carol Churchill’s A Number. She became part of the resident technical and stage management team at The Courtyard Centre for the Arts in Hereford fulfilling various DSM and technical roles for in house and visiting productions. The Courtyard is where she and Tim McArthur first met and worked together. Whilst in Hereford she worked with 2Faced Dance Company, ZOO Venues, Borderline Film Festival and Open Sky Productions. Since moving to London Emily has worked as a digital cinema projectionist, logistics and event manager, duty technician at the King’s Head Theatre, ASM for Charles Court Opera, and other technical stage management roles whilst completing a degree at King’s College London in Liberal Arts. Her most recent stage management credit was for Alison Jackson: Double Fake which performed at Leicester Square Theatre in March. A veteran of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Emily is looking forward to working at her first Brighton Fringe.
Martin joins us after a recent appearance as Captain Nemo in Harrogate Theatre’s stage adaptation of “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”. He was cast as Jimmy Winston in the UK tour of “All or Nothing – the Mod Musical” based on the life and music of the Small Faces. His most recent TV credits include playing Roger Taylor in the Freddie Mercury biopic “The Great Pretender” as well as commercials for HSBC and Virgin Atlantic.
Claire is a stage, screen and voice actor who is known for her many and varied stage roles, along with being Mrs Soper in ITV’s Doc Martin. She features on BBC Radio 4s ‘Poetry Please’ and, having trained with Helen Lloyd at BeeAudio in 2017, now has a growing Audible audiobook collection. Claire also belongs to the award-winning collective ‘Riot of the Freelance Mind’ who are supported by Theatre Royal Plymouth and create meta/verbatim theatre from the perspective of those who’ve worked determinedly and passionately in the arts over a sustained period. Claire is represented by Nina Lee Management, London.