My first play!

Hi Mum, (and anyone else who happens to be reading this, probably by accident.)

I wrote a play! And it’s going to be on at The Southwark Playhouse! Wahey!

It’s going to be part of Ugly Sister Production’s; ‘The Story Project 3’, in the new Vaults space 28th June – 2nd July.

I’m also going to be acting in a piece too on the same nights (greedy) by the lovely Emily Juniper…there’ll be other plays on too, not written by or starring me (boring*).

More info and trailer (for a play? mental) coming soon. x

*Ugly Sister Productions does not share the views of Miranda Hennessy.

Dick and Dom

SOooo this is me being a dinosaur on Dick and Dom’s Funny Business. I was playing Emily Brontesauras with Dregs (Max Dickins and Mark Smith), but I also do a mean Velociraptor.

Ugly Sister Productions

I am very pleased and honoured to have been made an Artistic Associate of Ugly Sister Productions, after being involved in their last two ‘Stories Projects’ as an actor and on their reading panel. Here’s the trailer below for the last one which was a great success at the Southwark playhouse last year. Keep an eye on these ladies, they are doing really exciting stuff!

Operation Mincemeat

Operation Mincemeat attracted 3 million viewers on BBC2 on Sunday apparantly! It was pretty fascinating stuff, you can still check it out on iplayer.

(I play one of the Office Wrens who compete for the role of the dead man’s girlfriend!)

‘In 1943, British intelligence hatched a daring plan. As the Allies prepared to invade Sicily, their purpose was to convince the Germans that Greece was the real target. The plot to fool the Fuhrer was the brainchild of Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond.

British agents procured the body of a tramp and reinvented his entire identity. He was given a new name, an officer rank and a briefcase containing plans for a fake invasion of Greece. The body was floated off the Spanish coast where Nazi spies would find it.

The deception was an astonishing success. Hitler fell for it totally, ordering his armies to Greece to await an invasion that never happened. Meanwhile, the Allies landed in Sicily with minimal resistance. The island fell in a month. The war turned in the Allies’ favour.

Together with original witnesses, Macintyre recreates the remarkable story of how one brilliant team, and one dead tramp, pulled off a deception which changed the course of history.’

The Jason Lewis Show

Yesterday I did a readthrough for the new comedy pilot for BBC 3 – ‘The Jason Lewis Show’, playing various roles. The scripts are excellent – I can’t wait to see the pilot for this – should be a good un!

Check out Jason Lewis at his site;

Jason is an exciting new young writer performer who has worked with people like Armstrong and Miller, Miranda Hart, Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse.