Blue Touch Paper Productions in association with Park Theatre present the UK Premiere of

Never Not Once

By Carey Crim

TANIA AMSEL | ELEANOR 
ANNA CRILLY | ALLISON 
ADRIAN GROVE | DOUG 
MAUREEN HIBBERT | NADINE 
SID SAGAR | ROB 

TANIA AMSEL

Theatre credits: Blood Orange (Old Red Lion Theatre); Bloody Men, Never Have I Ever and Kate’s Expectations (Arcola Theatre); Just to Get Married (Finborough Theatre); and Lollipop (Stratford Theatre Royal).

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANNA CRILLY

Theatre credits: The Half (VAULT Festival)

Television credits: Lead Balloon (BBC Four); The Harry Hill Sitcom (BBC1); Succession (HBO); Witless (BBC); The Rebel (UKTV Gold); and Anna & Katy (Channel 4).

Film credits: Horrible Histories: The Movie (CBBC)

 

 

 

 

ADRIAN GROVE

Theatre Credits: Follies, Medea and Wonder.land, (National Theatre); Blue Remembered Hills (Northern Stage); Stepping Out, The Night Before Christmas, A Little Of What You Fancy, and Robin Hood (Salisbury Playhouse) Merrily We Roll Along (Theatre Clywd); Cats (Kilworth House) Danger: Memory (Jermyn Street); Dying Breed (Bristol Theatre Royal); and A Month In The Country (Tobacco Factory).

 

 

 

 

 

MAUREEN HIBBERT 

Theatre Credits: Rosmersholm: Sonia Friedman Productions (The Duke of York’s Theatre); Hamlet (RSC, National Tour, Hackney Empire, & Kennedy Centre, Washington DC, USA); Markus The Sadist (Stratford Circus, Bloomsbury Theatre & UK Tour); Cutting Through The Carnival, A Jamaican Airman Forsees His Death, and Rafts And Dreams (Royal Court Theatre); The Crucible (Dublin Abbey Theatre); and The Coup (National Theatre).

 

 

 

 

 

SID SAGAR

Theatre Credits: The Starry Messenger (Wyndham’s Theatre); hang (Sheffield Crucible); White Teeth (Kiln Theatre); Julius Caesar (Bridge Theatre); Queen Anne (Royal Shakespeare Company/Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Invisible Hand (Tricycle Theatre); The Tempest, Cymbeline, The Oresteia, and The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare’s Globe); Treasure (Finborough Theatre); The History Boys (UK Tour); True Brits (HighTide/Edinburgh/Bush Theatre); Eternal Love (English Touring Theatre/Shakespeare’s Globe); and Orpheus and Eurydice (National Youth Theatre).