Rico Marshall is one of the hot new graduates to land comfortably in AD’s books this spring. You can check out his details by clicking Male Actors on our menu, or if you’d rather see the real thing he will be performing in “Road” at the Contact Theatre this weekend. Co-directed by Jim Cartwright himself this is Rico’s final production in training. Please follow the link for more details.
For all of you movers and, ahem, “shakers” be sure to keep you’re eyes peeled for AD’s very own John Doull as Lucky Eric in St Helen’s Theatre Royal new production of Godber’s Internationally acclaimed show, Bouncers. If you’ve ever wondered about the people that tick behind those intimidating black bow ties!
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.
A huge congratulations and bon voyage to Aisling Caffrey, who has secured the job for HTC. She has just flown out to Prague to shoot for the brand new commercial for the international tech company, which will be coming to a screen, mobile or otherwise near you soon!