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Justine Bailey 1

Justine Bailey

Height: 5ft 6ins
Hair: Blonde
Eyes: Green/Blue
Training: Arden School of Theatre
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NEWS FEED


Client Justine Elizabeth Bailey sees out the panto season at Oldham Coliseum this week.

With rave reviews and the show often heralded as the best panto in the land – you’ve got just one week to catch it.

For full information, cast information, pictures and links to all reviews – click HERE.

Well done Justine and team – another huge success.

Clients Justine Elizabeth Bailey, Darren John Langford and Michael Justice are all out on the road…together!

The three star in Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’ and new and original adaptation of ‘Alice’ for Page-2-Stage Productions and can be found trekking the country until the end of July.

To see the full tour schedule – click here.

 

The three are all graduates of The Arden School of Theatre and have accumulated some outstanding credits over the last ten years.

 

Happy touring folks!

image18As we near Christmas Eve, we want to send our best wishes to Justine and the team at Oldham Coliseum as they present their outstanding pantomime – Mother Goose. Justine plays principal boy in her 5th consecutive year for Oldham. She also starred in new musical ‘Dreamers’ earlier this year in an all-female cast. Mother Goose has received outstanding reviews. Links to these, photos and full cast info can be found here. The show runs until January 9th – catch it while you can.

It’s set to be a busy Autumn/Winter here at Actors Direct. With clients already on the road for Blunderbus (Emily Rae), RiotAct (Lewis Gadsdon) and AlterEgo Theatre Companies (Lucy Farrington-Smith & Orlagh Rose), we’ve got Justine Elizabeth Bailey in rehearsals at Oldham Coliseum for ‘Aladdin’. Client Michael Justice is on the road for TNT Theatre again overseas in ‘Hamlet’ and Darren John Langford will spend Christmas with PMA Productions again in ‘The Sleeping Beauty’. Check back regularly for further updates and links to all shows!

Charting Salford life on the home front during WWII, this musical that engages with young people from across Salford with no or little training is back after a critical and commercial success in 2011. Playing at the Royal Northern College of Music, the production is produced by MORPHIC, formally CRIS, who’s aims is to raise young people’s aspirations through creative learning with theatre professionals. This year’s show also has extensive support from AD with Justine Bailey, Darren Langford, and Frances Tither all dusting off those gas masks for another moving production. Follow link for details and tickets.