Mathew Horne Will Join Griff Rhys Jones And Lee Mack In THE …
December 12, 2016 - Finding Carter
Full casting has now been announced for a vital West End reconstruction of Molière’s classical comedy The Miser. The full cast, that includes Mathew Horne, join formerly announced Griff Rhys Jones who earnings to a West End entertainment after a 5 year deficiency and Lee Mack who creates his West End debut. The play has been newly blending by Sean Foley and Phil Porter, and will be presented during Bath Theatre Royal and Richmond Theatre, before to opening during a Garrick Theatre in London’s West End on Wednesday 1st Mar 2017, with an opening night on Monday 13th Mar 2017.
The full West End expel includes: Griff Rhys Jones, Lee Mack, Mathew Horne, Saikat Ahamed, Ryan Gage, Simon Holmes, Andi Osho, Michael Webber, Ellie White and Katy Wix.
Griff Rhys Jones is a two-time Olivier award-winning actor, writer, presenter and comedian. On stage, he has seemed as Fagin in Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver! (West End), a pretension purpose in Charley’s Aunt (West End) and in Feydeau’s An Absolute Turkey (The Globe). In a long-lasting comedy partnership with Mel Smith, his radio credits embody Not a Nine O’Clock News (BBC), Alas Smith and Jones (BBC), The World According to Smith and Jones (ITV), Smith and Jones in Small Doses (BBC) and Smith and Jones (BBC).
Best famous for radio and stand-up work, Lee Mack is widely recognized as one of a country’s favourite comedians and has won mixed awards. He is a author and star of strike BBC One comedy, Not Going Out, that has run for 7 array and binds a fame of being a BBC’s longest using sitcom. He is a group captain on renouned BBC row uncover Would we Lie to You, a horde of Duck Quacks Don’t Echo on Sky One and a unchanging guest on row shows, including Have we Got News for You, Nevermind a Buzzcocks and 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. Lee has also toured a nation with mixed sell-out mount adult shows.
Mathew Horne has worked extensively in radio where his credits embody Are You Being Served?, Agatha Raisin, Worried About a Boy, Nan, Bad Education, Gavin Stacey, Teachers and The Catherine Tate Show. His entertainment work includes Pride (Trafalgar Studios/ tour), Charley’s Aunt (Menier Chocolate Factory/ Theatre Royal Bath) and Entertaining Mr.Sloane /Trafalgar Studios).
Saikat Ahamed’s new entertainment credits embody Peter Pan (National Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich), Strictly Balti (UK tour), 101 Dalmatians (Bristol Tobacco Factory) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bristol Old Vic). Television credits embody Nadeem, Trollied, Being Human and Afterlife. Film work includes This Must be a Place and East is East.
Ryan Gage’s radio and film credits embody King Louis XIII in BBC One and BBC America play The Musketeers as good as a underline film array The Hobbit and a film Serial Thriller: Angel in Decay. His entertainment credits embody Ghost Stories (Lyric/ West End), The Lawes of War (Royal Court) and countless credits with a RSC.
Simon Holmes’ new entertainment credits embody Ghost Stories (West End), Yes Prime Minister (Chichester Festival Theatre/ UK tour), Romeo Juliet (Chocolate Factory) and The Cherry Orchard (Manchester Lowry). Film work includes V for Vendetta and Private Moments. Television credits embody Doctors, Casualty, Silent Witness and Bad Blood.
Andi Osho has worked opposite stage, stand-up comedy, radio and underline film. Her entertainment credits embody Breakfast with Mugabe (Theatre Royal Bath) and Yellowman (Theatre Royal Liverpool/ UK tour). She has achieved on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Stand Up For The Week and Live At The Apollo. Recent radio work includes Finding Carter, Psychoville, Life of Riley and The Andi O Show. Film credits embody Swinging with a Finkels and Lights Out.
Michael Webber’s entertainment credits embody Cyrano (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Cause Celebre (Old Vic). His endless film credits embody Hysteria, Sherlock Holmes 2, The Scouting Book for Boys, Children of Men and Stormbreaker. Television work includes Black Mirror ‘The Waldo Moment’, What Remains, Little Dorrit, Wire in a Blood and Hustle.
Ellie White recently seemed in The Windsors on Channel 4. Other radio credits embody Carters Get Rich, Class Dismissed, Murder in Successville and House of Fools. Humans, her entrance solo show, ran during Edinburgh Festival with a Invisible Dot. She also works on ITV 2’s stream affairs comedy uncover @ELEVNISH and has filmed a comedy blueprint commander for BBC3.
Katy Wix is best famous for her radio work and has seemed frequently alongside Lee Mack in Not Going Out as Daisy. Her other radio work includes Decline and Fall, Sherlock, Agatha Raisin, Miranda all for a BBC, Anna and Katy and The Windsors for Channel 4. She has also seemed on row shows such as Never Mind a Buzzcocks and Would we Lie to You. Her prior entertainment work includes Holes (The Invisible Dot) and Psister Psycho (Edinburgh Fringe). Her essay credits embody Anna and Katy for Channel 4 and Bird Island for a BBC.
Sean Foley is an award-winning actor, author and director. He co-founded The Right Size, formulating over 10 strange comedies for a entertainment including a Olivier Award-winning and Tony-nominated prolongation of The Play What we Wrote (Best Comedy 2002), Do You Come Here Often? (Best Entertainment 1999), and Ducktastic! (Albery Theatre – Best Entertainment assignment 2006). As executive his work includes The Dresser, The Painkiller, Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Best New Comedy 2014), The Walworth Farce (The Olympia Theatre, Dublin), a multi Olivier-nominated The Ladykillers (Liverpool Everyman, Gielgud Theatre, UK Tour), A Mad World My Masters (Royal Shakespeare Company Barbican), What The Butler Saw (Vaudeville Theatre), The Painkiller (The Lyric Theatre, Belfast), Arturo Brachetti – Change (Garrick – Best Entertainment assignment 2010) , The Critic/The Real Inspector Hound (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Armstrong and Miller Show Live UK Tour and we Can’t Sing! (London Palladium). Foley’s initial film Mindhorn was expelled this autumn.
Mark Goucher has formerly collaborated with Sean Foley, many recently on The Dresser during a Duke of York’s Theatre, as good as on a hugely successful prolongation of Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense that played in a West End and on debate and is now underneath choice for a Broadway season.
The Miser will be constructed with prolonged tenure producing partner Mark Rubinstein Ltd.