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Cast of Flesh

12th October 2013 by Martin Gibbons

Curtis Cole (Dylan)
Curtis Cole graduated from the HNC in performing arts in 2003 and has been professionally acting since 2005. Theatre credits include; What’s in the Cat (Royal Court), Skid 180 (Contact Theatre), Night Train (Action Transport), At the Gates of Gaza (Birmingham Rep), Temp/casual (Contact Theatre), And did those Feet (Bolton Octagon), Angel House (New Wolsey), Crystal Kisses (Contact Theatre), Twelfth Night (Nottingham Playhouse), Loneliness of a Long Distance Runner (York theatre Royal), The Market (West Yorkshire Playhouse). Television Credits include Scallywagga (BBC3), Emmerdale (ITV Yorkshire) and Doctors (BBC1). Curtis is also an established writer and has commissions from Action Transport and Royal Exchange as well as being short listed for the Bruntwood prize and long listed for the Kings Cross prize for new writing.

Sarah McDonald Hughes (Shannon)
Sarah is a writer and actor from Manchester. Sarah’s Monkeywood credits Closer, Coach G, A Song for The Lovers, Maine Road, Last Orders and Once in a House on Fire. Other theatre includes Night Train and A Million Shades Of Pink (Action Transport Theatre), Be My Baby and A Taste Of Honey (Northface Theatre), Somebody’s Son (Hidden Gems Productions) Come To Where I’m From (Royal Exchange). TV includes Come Back (Vita Nova Films), Hollyoaks (Lime Pictures) and Crimewatch (BBC). Sarah works regularly for BBC Radio and most recently recorded Ink Deep by Vivienne Franzmann, which was broadcast on Radio 4 in May 2012. Sarah was nominated for Best Studio Performance in the 2011 Manchester Theatre Awards for her performance as Andrea in Once in a House on Fire.

Meriel Scholfield (Cathy)
Meriel trained at the RADA, her Theatre credits include: IF I WERE YOU, LARKIN WITH WOMEN, ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD, THE COUNTRY, THE MEMORY OF WATER – Library Theatre Manchester, NO LOSS JOE LOSS – The Lowry, ANIMAL COMPANIONS, JB Shorts, Manchester,  KES, LOVE ON THE DOLE, BRASSED OFF, SPRING AND PORT WINE- Oldham Coliseum, TWELFTH NIGHT, HONEYMOON SUITE, OFFICE PARTY – Hull Truck Theatre Company, THE  ACCRINGTON PALS – West Yorkshire Playhouse, KAFKA’S DICK, BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE MUSEUM – York Theatre Royal, MAKING THE FUTURE/4 NEW EUROPEAN PLAYS – Oxford Stage Company,  LOOK BACK IN ANGER – Dukes Playhouse Lancaster, TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD, SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL – Birmingham Rep, SGT MUSGRAVES DANCE – Old Vic London. TV credits include: LAST TANGO IN HALIFAX ( Series 1/2), SHAMELESS, CORONATION ST, CASUALTY, FLESH AND BLOOD, EMMERDALE, DOCTORS, WATERLOO ROAD, BRIEF LIVES, HOLBY CITY, SEEING RED, THE ROYAL. Meriels film work: SPARKLE – Magic Light Pictures, MARY SHELLY’S FRANKENSTEIN – Tristar Productions. Meriel has also performed in several dramas for Radio Four and does the odd Audio book.

Francesca Waite (Georgia)
Francesca’s Monkeywood credits: Once in a House on Fire, Maine Road, Last Orders, A Song for the Lovers and Coach G. Other theatre credits: Daylight Robbery (24:7 Theatre Festival 2013), National Express (Re:Play Festival 2011), Verbally Challenged (The Contact), Don Quixote (Kirov Ballet) and several tours with Team Players TIE Company. Short films: When I’m Sixty-Four (Zero Facility Films), Dying To Be in Control (Them Wifies) and several short films by Shameless Films, including the title roles in Nona Transvaal and Avril Tungsten.


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