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NEW AUDITION SCHEDULING: Please note that as from the July 2016 production, our auditions are now being scheduled at least one play earlier than previously. Please ensure that you always check with this page before planning to attend an audition. All plays subject to successful licencing. (All licenses granted through to The History Boys)
|Theatrical Knights||Keith Lipscombe||Kevin Evans||3m (2 60s and 1 20s/30s)||28-June-2017||31-October-4 November 2017
|Dracula or A Pain in the Neck||A Playhouse Production||Maggie Holland||7 2F 5M (or could be done 3F 4M)||27-September-2017||12-16 December 2017
||31 10-4 November 2017
||Sir Tom Seymour – A writer. Mid 60’s (potential to age up), grey hair in ponytail, grey moustache and glasses. Short tempered, superiority complex.
Sir Anthony Randolph – A famous Hollywood actor. Early 60’s (potential to age up). Clean cut, London accent. Easy going, pleasant.
Lou Green – 20's to 30's, London accent.
||A Saturday afternoon in December 2015, the converted stable building behind a large Victorian house in Primrose Hill, the den of Sir Tom Seymour.
Seymour was a screenwriter and playwright. Once a household name, his star has waned in recent years.
Sir Anthony Randolph is a hugely popular, perennial Hollywood actor. They bicker and pettifogger as only the dearest of friends may. These two old stagers have shaken hands on a £10 bet. What is that bet? How will it be decided?
Join them as they try to settle the matter in this sometimes funny, sometimes unsettling, twisting thriller.