Tim McArthur will be directing the play.
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.