Frinton Summer Theatre in association with Park Theatre present
Theatre includes: Her Naked Skin (Salisbury Playhouse); An Enemy Of The People (Chichester Festival Theatre); Accolade (St James’ Theatre); Drawing The Line (Hampstead Theatre); The Seagull (Headlong); 55 Days (Hampstead); A Marvellous Year For Plums (Chichester Festival Theatre); Benefactors (Sheffield Crucible Theatre); When Did You Last See My Mother? (Trafalgar Studios); The Knot Of The Heart (Almeida Theatre) and Afterlife (National Theatre)
Film includes: Denial, Await Further Instructions and The Theory of Everything.
Television includes: Not Going Out (BBC), Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions), Fresh Meat (Channel 4), The Outcast (BBC 1) and Benidorm (Tiger Aspect).
Theatre includes: The Pitmen Painters (NT, Broadway, West End, NewcastleLive); Mr Foote’s Other Leg (Hampstead & West End); A Busy Day (Bristol Old Vic & West End); Henry V (English Shakespeare Company); Arcadia (Manchester School of Theatre) and Cooking for Kings (59e59).
Television includes: Downton Abbey, Silent Witness, Sensitive Skin, Drop the Dead Donkey, Just William, Catherine Cookson’s The Moth, In a Land of Plenty, Chasing the Hill, Dennis Potter’s Cold Lazarus and Armando Ianucci’s Time Trumpet.
Film includes: Kingsman 3 and Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows.
‘Ian Kelly’s previous works include starring in the West End comedy Mr Footes Other Leg opposite Simon Russell Beale at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. He also starred in The Children Act, directed by Sir Richard Eyre for Working Title, Downtown Abbey on ITV and The National Theatre’s Pitmen Painters in which Ian starred as the art teacher Robert Lyon (Performance of the Year, NE Culture Awards), which ran for 4 years including Broadway, West End and three sell-out seasons at the National Theatre’
Theatre includes: Trial by Laughter (Watermill Theatre and Tour); The Deep Blue Sea (Frinton Summer Theatre) and work at The West Yorkshire Playhouse, The Manchester Royal Exchange, The Bolton Octagon, The York Theatre Royal, The Manchester Contact, The Oldham Coliseum and The Lancaster Dukes Playhouse.
Television includes: Blue Murder, Decline and Fall, The Great Train Robbery, The Spies of Warsaw and The Outcast.
Film includes Misbehaviour, Their Finest Hour, Pride Prejudice and Zombies, A Royal Night Out and Revelation.
Radio includes: How To Build a Supertower; Renaissance Man; A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch; The Tzars; The Corrupted; Home Front (BBC).
Yvonne is thrilled to be continuing the journey of Black Chiffon at the Park Theatre.
Theartre includes: Comedy of Errors (National Theatre); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Nottingham Playhouse / UK Tour); Taming of the Shrew, (NST Nuffield Southampton Theatres); Stepping Out (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Mill at Sonning and Bill Kenwright’s UK Tour); Superbugs (Lighting Ensemble Theatre Company UK Tour) and Adaptation of Fidellio (Kent Opera UK Tour).
Jack makes his Park Theatre debut in Black Chiffon.
Theatre includes: The Enchanted ( Bunker Theatre).
Film Includes: The Life and Death of Peter Sellers.
Television includes: Goodbye Mr Chips; Midsomer Murders and Harlots
Theatre includes: Square Rounds (Finborough Theatre); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Watermill Theatre); The Dog Beneath the Skin (Jermyn Street Theatre); Northanger Abbey (UK Tour); Romeo and Juliet (Royal Festival Hall Shakespeare400); Othello and The Merchant of Venice (RSC); See What I See (Oxford Playhouse); Eldoro (Arcola Theatre) and The Winter’s Tale (Sheffield Crucible).
Television includes: Father Brown (BBC 1) and Parkinson: Masterclass - Simon Russell Beale (Sky Arts);
Radio includes: Renaissance Man (BBC Radio 4); Wild Honey (BBC Radio 4); Believe It! (BBC Radio 4); A Small Town Murder (BBC Radio 4)
Jemima is thrilled to be making her Park Theatre debut in ‘Black Chiffon’.
Theatre includes: After Dark (Finborough Theatre); Little Women the Musical (Hope Mill Theatre); Nehemiah (Richard Burton Theatre) and The Happy Funeral (Market Theatre).