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Next up: I will be featuring in the short films Dark & Stormy and Belfast Caliber 9.

4 Jan 2017

Past Work: Romancing the Score at the Pentameters Theatre Hampstead (2015)

One of the stage productions I had been part of in London that I didn't produce myself was Romancing the Score in the quaint little Pentameters Theatre in Hampstead. The comedy was written by Armagh writer Shane White, about a group of no-hopers who represented a small Belfast pub in a local 5-a-side league.
Rehearsal shot of Romancing the Score. L-R: Myself, Damien Regan, Jon Adams, James Anthony, Mark Moore

13 Feb 2015

Half way through the run of Romancing the Score

We're approaching the half way point of the run of Romancing the Score, Shane White's play about a 5-a-side pub team in Belfast, playing at the Pentameters Theatre.

The cast of eight includes myself as the player-manager, Brian Fitzpatrick; Victoria Armstrong as an intrepid young journalist; James Antony as 'under-cover agent' Grish; Jon Adams as striker Frankie; Mark Moore as undertaker Six Feet; Damien Regan as sullen barman Jim; Paulina Ferry as Miriam and Maura Judges as Bessie.

Directed by John Dunne, the action takes place in a contemporary Belfast "pub of misfits" as they doggedly seek out their first win in the local five-a-side league.

It runs in Pentameters Theatre (28 Heath Street, London NW3 6TE (Hampstead tube)) Tuesday to Sundays until February 22 2015. Tickets can be purchased online for £10 at http://www.irish-theatre.com/ or £13 on the door.