Cast

Al Barclay

Claudius, Voice of Ghost

Al graduated from Guildhall in 2002 and has worked consistently since then. He works regularly at The Globe entertaining corporate clients and major donors. He first worked professionally in Shakespeare as last minute replacement for Malvolio for Original Theatre Company, going on stage in front of 1000 people with less than 24 hours’ notice. He played numerous major Shakespearean roles in Yorkshire over seven years of regularly being called back by Sprite in a range of contrasting parts. His work with Shakespeare has taken him around the UK, the USA, Europe and the Far East. With The Factory he has worked for some years on verse, performed in Hamlet and The Odyssey, and is now working on Macbeth. Feature film work includes The Lady (Luc Besson) and Bright Young Things (Stephen Fry). He will be reprising his role as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at The Arts Theatre, West End this Christmas.

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Al Barclay

Al Barclay

Claudius, Voice of Ghost

Lewis Chandler

Guildenstern, Marcellus, Player, Gravedigger's Son

Lewis graduated from Drama Studio London last summer and is thrilled to be joining Honey Tongued Theatre for Hamlet. Last November he was the lead role in Mercurius Theatres' The Devil is an Ass at the Rose Playhouse where he was described as 'Brilliant' and 'A joy to watch'. Before training, Lewis was a member of The Shambles, York's premier improv troupe and appeared in Hinge Theatre's adaption of Will Self's Dorian. Lewis was also the title role in Trimble the film-noir comedy that was nominated for a BBC Audio Drama Award (2014).

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Lewis Chandler

Lewis Chandler

Guildenstern, Marcellus, Player, Gravedigger's Son

Emma Fenney

Rosincrance, Osra, Player, Priestess

Emma trained at Drama Studio London. Her theatre credits include Alice (Creation Theatre), Twelfth Night (Fort Lovrijenac), Wuthering Heights (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre / Tour), Paper Wings (Southwark Playhouse), Kicking and Screaming (Riverside Studios), In the Footsteps of The Mitfords (Theatre Chipping Norton), Sense and Sensibility (National Tour), Pinocchio (Luton Library Theatre), Fawlty Towers (Norwich Playhouse/ Tour), Inherit the Wind (Old Vic Theatre), Something Strange (Arcola Theatre), Casanova (King's Head Theatre), Jane Eyre (Brockley Jack Studio), Love's Labour's Lost and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival) and the Old Vic 24 Hour Plays (Old Vic Theatre). Emma is in the company taking Twelfth Night (from Midsummer scene 2015) to the Vienna’s English Theatre at the end of the year. Emma also records audio books and dramas. Her titles include We’ll Always Have Paris, Abigale Hall, Exposure, Wylding Hall, Chaos of the Senses, Now You See Me, Backpack and Six Degrees of Assassination. She is very happy to be back at the spectacular venue that is Fort Lovrijenac.

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Emma Fenney

Emma Fenney

Rosincrance, Osra, Player, Priestess

Susan Hingley

Ophelia

Susan is a British actress based in London and working internationally. Born in Tokyo, raised in London and Munich, she is trilingual and speaks English, Japanese and German.

She trained at Ecole Phillipe Gaulier in Paris and East 15 Acting School in London.

Theatre includes: Wendy and Peter Pan, Orphan of Zhao, Boris Godunov, A Life of Galileo (Royal Shakespeare Company); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe, International Tour), Dorian Gray (National Theatre Japan, Japan Tour) Around the World in 80 Days (New Vic / Manchester Royal Exchange), Pioneer (Curious Directive); One Million, All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, Home (Tangled Feet), Splash! (Lyric Hammersmith / GDIF / Latitude Festival), Catch / Ulov (Greyscale Theatre / Almeida), The Snow Queen (Lawrence Batley Theatre), Before I Sleep (dreamthinkspeak), Soho Streets (Soho Theatre)

Television includes: Doctors, Sumo TV

Film: Shino's Show, The Gloaming, Household Gods

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Susan Hingley

Susan Hingley

Ophelia

Filip Krenus

Polonius, Gravedigger

Filip trained at East 15 Acting School (BA Acting) and Drama Centre (MA in Classical European Acting).

Theatre includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Twelfth Night (Midsummer Scene Festival, which he also produced for Honey-tongued Theatre Productions – Twelfth Night is transferring to Vienna’s English Theatre this Christmas and it will be staged at Bermuda Festival 2017), School for Scandal (directed by Jessica Swale), The Winter’s Tale (LittleBIG Shakespeare, directed by Titania Krimpas), King Lear and Dido, Queen of Carthage (Greenwich Theatre), Bent by Martin Sherman (Landor Theatre/Tabard Theatre), Orestes – Re-Examined (Southwark Playhouse), Peer Gynt (Riverside Studios), Hell Screen (Oval House), Richard III and Macbeth (Faction Theatre Company), The Rivals (Camden People’s Theatre), Jane Eyre adapted by Polly Teale (Brockley Jack Theatre) and Shakespeare Inc. (Rosemary Branch Theatre).

 Film: Transmania

Radio: Gino Ginelli Lives (Wireless Theatre Company)

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Filip Krenus

Filip Krenus

Polonius, Gravedigger

Blake Kubena

Horatio

Blake trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and previously, at the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati. He is a founding company member of Heady Conduct Theatre Company. His theatre credits include: Measure for Measure, Reckless (The Rose Playhouse & Heady Conduct), Hamlet (The Cockpit), As Is (Mice on a Beam), Eloise is Under an Almond Tree (Spanish Theatre Company), Othello, Comedy of Errors, The Three Musketeers (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), Mary’s Wedding (Hudson Stage Company), Madison (Premiere Stages), The Rivals, Coriolanus, London Assurance (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), The Immie Queen (Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati).

www.blakekubena.com

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Blake Kubena

Blake Kubena

Horatio

Helen Millar

Hamlet

Helen trained at the Drama Centre. Winner of the Alan Bates award for most outstanding newcomer.

Theatre includes: Death and The Ploughman (Tobacco Factory), Pericles, Two Gentleman of Verona, The Odyssey (Factory Theatre), Dracula: The Kisses, In the Footsteps of the Mitford's, Stage Rights (Scary Little Girls), 21 Breaths (Park Theatre), Pygmalion (Garrick Theatre), Macbeth (Broadway Theatre), Breakfast with Emma, Heartbreak House, She Stoops To Conquer, Arcadia (Pitlochry Festival Theatre), 24 hour plays, Symposium, Spring, The Spies in Room 502 (The Old Vic), Love of the Nightingale, His Wild Imaginings (Rough Fiction), The Consultant, Slice (Theatre 503), Thin Toes, The Bards of Bangkok (Pleasance Theatre), Love is a Smoke, Soft Armour (Theatre Delicatessen).

TV includes: Houdini & Doyle, Casualty, EastEnders, Holby City, Doctors, and City Lights.

Film includes: Chemical Wedding, The Brink, Dark Rage, The Evening Was Long, Flash, Removed, The Rise and the Fall of the Krays.

Helen in also Co-Artistic director of Rough Fiction and a member of The Factory Theatre.

www.helenmillar.co.uk

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Helen Millar

Helen Millar

Hamlet

Christopher Tester

Laertes, Bernardo, Player

Christopher trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre credits include: King Lear (Almeida Theatre), Blue/Orange (Tobacco Factory & UK tour), The Hypochondriac (English Touring Theatre), Romeo & Juliet (UK Tour), The Talented Mr Ripley (Greenwich Playhouse), The Picture of John Gray (Old Red Lion), Pedal Pusher & Henry V (Theatre Delicatessen, The Duchess of Malfi (Inky Cloak), Breakfast with Emma & The Alchemist (Rosemary Branch Theatre), A Place at the Table (Tristan Bates Theatre), Joan of Arc (New Diorama Theatre), Pride & Prejudice (European Tour). His one man adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's Diary of a Madman played Edinburgh and London and was nominated 'Best Fringe Show' in Time Out.

Christopher's website is christophertester.co.uk.

He has also voiced hundreds of voiceover projects ranging from BMW to major video game franchise Dark Souls. More about which can be found at naturallyrp.co.uk.

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Christopher Tester

Christopher Tester

Laertes, Bernardo, Player

Karren Winchester

Gertrude

Karren's most recent theatre includes Les Blancs and Children of the Sun (National Theatre), Jonathan Harker in the all-female Dracula: The Kisses, (Scary Little Girls) and 'Diva' (Crazy one woman show!),

National tours include: The Madness of George III (Peter Hall Co Tour and West End), Electra, A Doll’s House, A Clockwork Orange, Sons & Lovers, The Browning Version, Columbo and Margaret Down Under.

Other theatre includes: The Ladies' Cage (Finborough and Manchester Royal Exchange Studio), Fallen (Liverpool Everyman at Hampstead), Year 10 (Finborough, BAC, Rennes and Strasburg International Festivals), Blithe Spirit (Vienna's English Theatre) Oliver! (Marlowe Theatre) Precious Bane and The Canterbury Tales (both Open Air).

Karren plays Wendy Simmons in EastEnders and other TV includes: Holby City, Dr Who, Julian Fellowes' Mysterious Murders, David Kelly: A Fight to the Death, Nuzzle & Scratch (All for BBC) The Bill (Talkback Thames) and True (Channel 4)

Films include: Chapel, The Ring Cycle (HBO Writer) Revenge, Mam and Sam’s Story.

Radio: Jimmy Cliff Hard Road (BBC Radio 4), The Last Wright Brother, Barbara Windsor Winked At Me (Radio Kent)

 

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Karren Winchester

Karren Winchester

Gertrude

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