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Tricolore Theatre Company is proud to announce its new show coming to Theatro Technis Theatre London 4th – 10th June 2012. La Catena d’Oro (The Golden Chain) Watch this space for updates on the show and background information on the cast and crew. Ciao for now!

More photos

After an extremely successful short tour (two nights sold out) Warden Pie’s first run ended. Thank you so much for your support. But we’re keen that is not the end. Here are some more production photographs to keep you going and I hope to bring news soon of what is next for Warden Pie.

First Night

Warden Pie opened tonight and was sold out! Well done to everyone – a terrific show!

Tickets selling fast!

We would love you to come and see the performances next week, but tickets are selling fast! Please ring 07812 752395 to reserve your ticket, which can be collected on the door. Tickets are £10 or £8 concessions. Please pay by cash or cheque only, as I don’t have the facilities for credit or debit cards.

We look forward to seeing you!

Kenneth Michaels – Director

Kenneth Michaels

Kenneth Michaels went to Manchester University and obtained a BA (Hons) in Drama and English, then continued his education at London University, MA Performance Theory & Practice, did a Post-Grad Diploma in Acting & Directing at the Drama Studio, and then Speech & Drama at LRAM.

He recently directed Aladdin at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley.

Ellen Bean (Nell Cook) – Nadia Ostacchini

NadiaNadia trained at The Academy Drama School. Credits include Julia Simmons ‘A Murder is Announced’ (Nottingham Theatre Royal); Amanda in ‘The Apple Cart’ (Shaw’s Corner); Hermia in an open air production of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’; Helena in a Slovenian tour of ‘Look Back in Anger’, bilingual Italian tours of ‘Hansel & Gretel’ and ‘The Gingerbread Man’; No.1 tours of ‘Caught in the Net’, ‘Table Manners’ and ‘Living Together’; lead roles in new plays: ‘Either Way’ (Hackney Empire), ‘The Rupert Drop’ (Hampstead Theatre), ‘The Condor & The Maiden’ (King’s Head), ‘A Consumer’s Dream’, given a special mention by Jeremy Kingston (Drama Critic – The Times) at The Lost Theatre’s One Act Festival last May and ‘Paradise Lost’ at the Leicester Square theatre in October last year.

Nadia set up Tricolore Theatre company in 2007. Please see www.tricolore.org.uk for further details.

Canon John – Lloyd Morris

Lloyd trained at the London Centre for Theatre Studies . Theatre
credits include; Steve in Paradise Lost at Leicester Square , Corporal
in Bent at the Landor, Engstrand in Ghosts at Barons Court, Banquo in
Mac Beth Uk tour, Bobby in Bobby & Johnny Uk tour, Ernest in Pier
Pressure at Theatre Royal , Plymouth. Tv credits include BBC
Crimewatch, Derren Brown Show for Channel 4, Mystery files for History
Channel, Football Commentator in a Mastercard commercial. He will be
seen in a new British feature film – Ghost- later this year .

Jane – Jenny Harrold

Jenny trained at East 15 Acting School. Her recent credits include her one woman show ‘That Moment’ at The Underbelly in Edinburgh, ‘More Light’ at The Arcola, ‘That Moment’ at The Kings Head, ‘Macbeth’ at The Bridewell, ‘Calling’ at The Old Red Lion. TV and radio credits include CBBC’s ‘The Slammer’, ‘Stalker’ and ‘Schubert and Me’ and ‘Zauberjackl’ for BBC radio 4.

Troy – Drew McKenzie

Drew’s acting ability and professionalism is reflected in the fact that he is consistently re-hired by directors and theatre companies. At ease with both dramatic and comedic characters, in Barbados, Drew received excellent reviews for his portrayal of David Lashley, a white homosexual businessman in love with a black dancer: “The character called for a measure of sensitivity, sensuality and playfulness and McKenzie delivered with excellent timing” and “McKenzie’s eloquent body language and subtle sense of timing contribute significantly to a portrayal which is truly outstanding”. In the Christopher Biggins production of The Taming of the Shrew for the Holders Shakespeare Festival, Drew “nearly stole the show with a Bajan accent which brought the text vividly to life” while performing as Gremio.

In the United Kingdon, Drew has worked for small theatre companies playing a variety of roles including Herod in Salome and both Fagin and Mister Bumble in Oliver! Drew worked for four Christmases performing shows for children and in 2008 wrote and starred as The Sorcerer in The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. Drew has also worked for both the Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet in several of their productions as a member of the acting ensemble.

Book Your Tickets for Warden Pie and Other Stories

Tickets for all three of the venues are very limited so book early! Prices are £10 full price and £8 Concessions which includes young people under 16 (the show is not suitable for young children but 12+ are welcome) students, those receiving benefits, OAPs and AWL and NLA members. Please ask when you book.

For tickets, please ring on 07812 752395 or email me at penny.culliford(at symbol)talktalk.net, (you know what I mean about the @ symbol!) or contact me via facebook.

We would appreciate your attendance so much at this exciting new production!