28th Feb - 2nd March
directed by Helen Sharman
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Synopsis, cast and crew details
For over a year now, since the death of Norman Robson, the group has not had a Vice President - we now have good news: Louise Kavanagh has agreed to take on the role.
Louise has been a member for many years, but has not acted with us since she went professional ten years ago. Her last show with us was "Lady Windermere's Fan". Now, as Louise Templeton, she says "deciding to make the leap from amateur actor to professional is either brave or foolhardy, depending on your point of view.....probably a bit of both!"
Since 2009, Louise has appeared in several fringe productions in London, including Gertrude in "Hamlet" (Rose Playhouse, Bankside); Arkadina in "The Seagull" (White Bear Theatre); and Alison in "The Shallow End" (Southwark Playhouse). She has performed several times with the award-winning Antic Disposition company, playing Queen Margaret in "Richard lll", Emilia in "The Comedy of Errors" and Mistress Quickly / Alice in their acclaimed production of "Henry V", touring in the UK and France, including performances at Theatre National de Nice as part of their 2018 ShakeNice! festival.
At a pub theatre in Camden in 2011, she won a Festival First award for her solo performance of "Uncoupled".
Louise has been part of large-scale theatre tours around the UK including "Steel Magnolias", "Pygmalion" and "Sherlock Holmes: the Final Curtain", with a combination of ensemble and understudy roles, and will be touring again in 2019 with Noel Coward's "A Song at Twilight".
Her TV credits include: Emmerdale, Bloody Tales of Europe, and Seekers for Freedom (Al Jazeera America). Louise's only feature film role was in The Falling: one scene, with Maxine Peake .... which never made the final cut, which sums up the unpredictability of life as a professional actor!
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