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Antonina Szulc

Height: 5’8
Hair: Dark Blonde
Eyes: Blue
Training: ICAT
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NEWS FEED


Anca’s recent work in ‘Sex Magick’ has received some excellent reviews:

Live London Post: ‘Anca Vaida is the glue that holds the narative together, her presence, comedic timing is flawless and at times she is quite scary. She clearly knows her character very well!’

Full review HERE

And from Audience Club: ‘Great performance of the Luna & Ecuador characters’.

CONGRATS ANCA!

Client Rob Stuart Hudson recently continued his work with 5064 Productions and ‘We Apologise for the Inconvenience’ at The Old Joint Stock Theatre with brilliant reviews:

Click HERE to have a good read and we’ll post updates about how you can next see the show here!

News from one of our newest clients – Natasha Edwards:

This holiday season I’m very much looking forward to making my professional London debut at the King’s Head Theatre! I’ll be playing a role that is normally played by a male in the hilarious Christmas comedy, The Crumple Zone! Much like myself, “Sam” works in musical theatre, goes off on tour, then (unlike myself) comes back to surprise her boyfriend for Christmas-only to find that her boyfriend now has a boyfriend!

For tickets and further information click HERE

Break a leg Natasha!

Another of our clients to be treading the Panto boards this year is Vikki Earle. She’s just been touring the country with ‘The Greatest Show’ arena tour – and in December she can be found at Bradford Playhouse playing Glinda in ‘The Wizard of Oz’.

Tickets and info HERE

Break a leg Vikki!

This Christmas Michael Lorsong joins the team at Hopscotch to play The Beast in their touring production of ‘Beauty and the Beast’.

Michael says, “This Christmas I’ll be touring schools with Hopscotch Theatre Company’s pantomime Beauty and the Beast. As well as taking on the role of the Beast, I’ll be playing the parts of a postman and a sailor. I’ve always enjoyed playing larger-than-life characters, so I’m really looking forward to my first experience of panto. I’m also excited about the opportunity that panto provides to improvise and interact with the audience. Most of all, I’m looking forward to working with new people and taking theatre to young people around Scotland. I’m very excited to have this opportunity and I can’t wait to start rehearsals!”

Break a leg Michael!