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Coming This Halloween

Sybil Sangster (Rosemary Macvie) former ventriloquist turned map seller has become Britain’s oldest woman, putting her longevity down to good blood and a lifelong interest in other people! There have been a string of disappearances in the local area spanning quite some time, but could there be any connection?What’s Grandma’s Little Secret?

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Written and directed by Simon Brandon

Starring: Rosemary Macvie, Simon Gibbons, Simon Brandon, Clive Ward and Nadia Ostacchini. Produced by Simon Brandon, Simon Gibbons and Keith Balderson.A short film, filmed entirely on the iPhone XS. Running time: 10 mins approx. Available from 8pm on THURSDAY 31st OCTOBER to watch for FREE on YouTubeFacebook and at

Ladybird Studios MMXIX

Rehearsed Reading

Baker and Dagger by Samantha Parry

Rehearsed Reading

Ruffian by Ralph Doubleday

Ruffian by Ralph Doubleday
Read by AWL on 4 December 2017

As the 1967 drug fuelled Summer of Love morphs into the years of protest and assignation, an 18 year old school leaver from suburban London finds himself in a divided city. In a world of hostility and deceit there is, for a time, still love.

Old Charles – Stephen Omer

Young Charles – Alasdair Melrose

Fowler/Berzarin/RAMC Sergeant – Simon Brandon

Woman/MacFarlane – Mary Conlon

Girl/Helen – Hélène Le Bohec

Fiona/Mrs Fisher – Hilary Field

Director – Orsolya Nagy

Click for writer profile – Ralph Doubleday

Rehearsed Reading

Love is a Minefield by Carolyn Pertwee

Read by AWL on 17 July 2017
Competition Night: Don’t Go There

Simon Brandon as Lt. Tim Gregson

Carolyn Pertwee as Joan Gregson

Georgia Riley as Molly Blake

Director – Kenneth Michaels

Writer – Carolyn Pertwee

Performance Notices

The Three Sisters at the Arts Theatre West End

I will be appearing in Three Sisters playing Baron Tuzenbach at The Arts Theatre, 6-7 Great Newport Street
London, WC2H 7JB. Saturday 27th (3pm & 7:30pm) and Sunday 28th May (7:30pm).

Tickets are selling fast!! Remember to reserve your tickets for Chekhov’s ‘Three Sisters’ for Saturday May 27th or Sunday May 28th before they are all gone!! 020 7836 8463

Due to advanced ticket sales we will be extending Chekhov’s Three Sisters at the Arts Theatre in London’s West End for an additional week and adding four performances on the weekend of June 3rd and 4th!!!