Theatre

Kenny Morgan Returns to The Arcola

Kenny Morgan Returns to The Arcola

After a sold-out premiere run in May and June 2016 Kenny Morgan is returning to The Arcola in September 2016. The critically-acclaimed new play is the latest drama by Mike Poulton. Set in London in 1949 the play focuses on the closely-guarded secret relationship...

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Kenny Morgan

Kenny Morgan

George played the character of Mr Ritter in Mike's Poulton's Kenny Morgan at the Arcola Theatre in May and June 2016. Cast Matthew Bulgo - Dafyyd Lloyd Simon Dutton - Terry George Irving - Mr Ritter Paul Keating - Kenny Lowenna Melrose - Norma Pierro Niel-Mee - Alec...

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Anthony Unbound

Anthony Unbound

George took to the stage in Buenos Aires in February 2016 in Anthony Unbound as part of the The VI Shakespeare Festival. Resources The VI Shakespeare Festival was launched in Buenos...

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The Oresteia

The Oresteia

After Julius Caesar in 2014 George returned to The Globe Theatre in 2015 to play Agamemnon/Apollo in The Oresteia. Resources Cast Announced for The Oresteia at The Globe Theatre 2015 The Oresteia at The...

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Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

2014 saw George starting in the title role of The Globe Theatre's production of Julius Caesar. Resources The Globe Theatre's Julius Caesar 2014 Julius Caesar - The Globe Theatre Reviews What's On Stage - 3 July 2014 Julius Caesar, Shakespeare's Globe - 4 July 2014 The...

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Tyne

Tyne

New theatre appearance added 24th May 2013 George is to star in Tyne, by Michael Chaplin, at the Live Theatre in Newcastle upon Tyne in June and July 2013. Tyne is based on the work Tyne View. Tyne View follows the July 2011 journey of four Tynesiders, Michael...

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Gibraltar

Gibraltar

George starred in Gibraltar by Alastair Brett with Siân Evans at The Arcola Theatre between 27 March 2013 and 20 April 2013. The play is based on the 1988 highly contentious shooting of three unarmed Provisional IRA terrorists by the SAS in Gibraltar. Gibraltar...

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The Dying of Today Video

The Dying of Today Video

The Wrestling School have recently added a short video of extracts from a recording of a live performance of The Dying Of Today by Howard Barker Directed by Gerrard McArthur to their YouTube Channel. Recorded at the Arcola Theatre in November 2008 it starred George...

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Manchester Theatre Award Winners Announced

Manchester Theatre Award Winners Announced

The winners of the Manchester Theatre Awards were announced at 10am on 14 March. Margot Leicester won the accolade for best actress for her performance in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Full details of all the awards can be found at the Manchester Theatre Awards...

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Manchester Theatre Awards Nominations 2011

Manchester Theatre Awards Nominations 2011

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? has secured a plethora of nominations in the newly revamped Manchester Theatre Awards. Announced today at 10am Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? has nominations for the entire cast and production, as follows: Best Production: Who's Afraid...

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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

New theatre appearance added 13th May 2011 George is to star in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee, running from 22 September to 15 October 2011 at The Octagon Theatre in Bolton. After the success of All My Sons and A Streetcar Named Desire launching his...

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The Piper

The Piper

George starred in The Piper a new play by Colleen Murphy at Vibrant - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights on 12 July 2011 From the programme: Rats take many forms in the corporate democracy of Hameln where an orchestrated chaos reigns and ghosts of dead children...

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The Extremists

The Extremists

George was part of an open rehearsed reading of The Extremists written and directed by Chris Goode (who also directed the recent Landscape at The Theatre Royal, Bath) in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at The Royal Court Theatre in London on Friday, 25th March 2011. Cast...

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Landscape

Landscape

New theatre appearance added 8th January 2011 George is to star in Landscape by Harold Pinter, running from 2nd February to 19th February 2011 at The Theatre Royal, Bath. Reviews The Guardian - Lyn Gardner - 8th February 2011 This is Bath - 8th February 2011...

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All My Sons

All My Sons

New theatre appearance added 29 May 2009 George starred in All My Sons, David Thacker's first production of the Octagon's new season, running from 1st October 2009 to 24th October 2009. World War Two is over and peace reigns in American suburbia. Under a tree in the...

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Ghosts

Ghosts

New theatre appearance added 29 May 2009 After the run of All My Sons George will also be starring in the next Octagon production, Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen, running from 29 October 2009 to 21 November 2009. Written in 1881 and first staged in 1882 Ghosts is in the...

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Shining City

Shining City

Close on the heels of his starring role in the 2006 national tour of The French Lieutenant's Woman, George Irving returned to the theatre for his next project. He starred in Shining City, a chilling urban ghost story set in Dublin. Shining City is written by Conor...

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