Relish Theatre in association with Park Theatre present the World Premiere of

Time and Tide

By James McDermott

WENDY NOTTINGHAM | MAY 
PAUL EASOM | KEN
ELLIOT LIBURD | DAZ
JOSH BARROW | NEMO

WENDY NOTTINGHAM

Wendy Nottingham plays May. Theatre includes The Importance Of Being Earnest (Watermill Theatre), Grief (National Theatre), In Basildon & The York Realist (Royal Court).
TV includes Mrs. Crabbe in Mr. Selfridge, Mary in Peaky Blinders. Film includes Topsy-Turvy & Vera Drake (Mike Leigh) & forthcoming Ammonite (Francis Lee) & Blueprint Picture’s The Last Letter From Your Lover.

 

 

 

 

 

PAUL EASOM

Paul’s West End credits include, The Girls, Beyond The Rainbow,  Evita, The Boyfriend,  Budgie, and The Screen Writers Daughter. He played Lord Byron in Manfred, along side Rudolph Nureyev (USA tour) and toured South America with Italian Popstar Raffaella Carra, His other theatre credits include Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui,  Gypsy,  Death Of A Salesman,  Rise and Fall of Little Voice, The Seagull,  Chicken Dust, My Big Gay Italian Wedding,  Canterbury Tales,  Dracula, Hunchback Of Notre Dame, Tale Of Two Cities,  Robin Hood with the New Vic Theatre Company, and Hans Christian Anderson with Tommy Steele.

TV credits include: Kids, The Cleopatras, Lifelike, Quatermass Experiment

Film credits include: Lair Of The White Worm, Aria, North West Five, Anna Karenina. Paul was last seen at the Park Theatre in Hamlet.

 

 

ELLIOT LIBURD

Credits: Beasy Baby for The Liverpool Unity and prior to that the Tobacco Factory, Porthos in The Three Musketeers (Iris Theatre), Danny in Bismillah: An Isis Tragicomedy (Wound Up Theatre) Valemon in The Girl with the Iron Claws (The Wrong Crowd), Arron The Moor in Titus (Fourth Monkey Training Company).

Elliot is Co-Founder of Fools Rush In Theatre company and recently debuted his first piece A Murder Most Foley with a run at the Pleasance Theatre London.

 

 

 

 

JOSH BARROW

Theatre credits include: Silk Road - How to Buy Drugs Online (Trafalgar Studios), The Outsider (The Print Room), and If Not Now, When? (National Theatre). Television credits include Sky One’s Temple, and ITV’s Vera. Josh has had film roles in The Trap, and the award-winning short My Brother Is A Mermaid.