ManMoth Productions
23Jun/11

I sometimes wonder why I like the people of this miserable planet so much.

18Jun/11

Richard Jackson is Matthew.

We're thrilled to announce that Richard Jackson will be playing our hero Matthew Rain! You should know all about Matthew by now, and if you don't, you'll have a chance to meet him in August...

Richard is a brilliant talent and we're delighted to have in board. Now we once again have a full cast, it's all steam ahead! Remember tickets are on sale for our Camden Fringe run, so if you're a fan of great comedy or even Doctor Who, come down to Camden this August for a giggle and good times!

2May/11

Nick Skaugen is Ferdinand/Daniel.

We are very proud to annouce that Nick Skaugen will be playing the dual roles of Ferdinand and Daniel.

Ferdinand is the successful author of various 'how to write' books without ever writing a single word of fiction in his life. His best friend Matthew resents this success, but doesn't turn down the offer of a rent- free room indefinitely.

Daniel is a student of Matthew who dreams of one day running his own art-house cinema. He is a playwright, artist, experimental filmmaker and insufferable prat.

We welcome Nick into the team, and can't wait to see what this talented actor will bring to these two contrasting roles.

2May/11

Ellen Gallagher is Rosie.

We are delighted to announce that Ellen Gallagher will be joining the cast as Rosie, an idiotic, simple member of Matthew's writing class.

Ellen has already been counted as a valuable member of the ManMoth production team, but she is also an extremely talented and experienced performer.

2May/11

Sally Preston is Kate.

We are delighted to announce that Sally Preston will play the part of Kate, Ferdinand's angry and demanding agent/girlfriend, and a constant thorn in Matthew's side.

Sally is a fantastic performer, and we are extremely happy to welcome her to the team and looking forward to her scaring us as Kate in rehearsals!

2May/11

Cliff Chapman is ‘The Doctor’.

We are delighted to announce that Cliff Chapman will be playing 'The Doctor', a twisted version of Peter Davison's kindly Doctor Who, manifested as an anti-muse in the mind of failed writer Matthew Rain.

Cliff is a talented and versatile performer, and we are happy to welcome him to the team.