A New Play by MIKE DAVIS and ROB CROUCH
Performed by ROB CROUCH
Directed by KATE BANNISTER
Rob Crouch - Ollie/Co-Writer
Rob studied Theatre Arts at Goldsmiths, he is co Artistic Director of Brute Farce and Donkey Work. Recent acting credits include: theatre - Around the World in 80 Days, Moll Flanders (Perth Festival Theatre and tour) Table Manners, Homeland, Apple Pie, Pa Ubu in Ubu Disco, A Fan's Club (New Wimbledon Theatre), Burke in Burke and Hare, Officer Klein in Arsenic and Old Lace (Strand Theatre, West End), Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (The Waterloo Vaults) and The Circus (The Invisible Dot). Film/TV includes: Lead Balloon with Jack Dee (BBC), Galavant (ABC), The Rack Pack (BBC), Wasted (E4), Scrotal Recall (Netflix), online werewolf sitcom Not Barking but Howling and political satire The Movement for Gloom, short films Sugar Girl, 8.3 Minutes and Taylors Trophy and feature England, My England. Rob is also approximately one half of sketch duo Clarkson and Crouch and co-creator of the comedy drama podcast The Paranormalists.
Mike Davis - Writer
Mike is a BAFTA-winning and Emmy-nominated writer, producer, director. He has worked at various independent production companies and produced series, specials, IMAX films and VR experiences as diverse as March of the Dinosaurs, David Attenborough Meets President Obama, Natural History Museum Alive 3D, Battlefield Cell and, most recently, was series director of BBC ONE's landmark Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough. Mike is part of the creative team Crocanapple with Rob. This is his first play.
Kate Bannister - Director/Set Design
Kate has been artistic director of the Jack Studio Theatre since 2005. During this time she has produced or programmed over 120 performances, and was recently awarded best Venue Director for the Fringe Report Awards 2011. As director Kate's productions include: Secrets from the Long Grass, Chocolate Bounty, Agamemnon, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Fighting, She Stoops To Conquer, A Christmas Carol, Jane Eyre, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Xanthippe, Great Expectations, Can't Pay? Won't Pay!, The Importance of Being Earnest (Jack Studio Theatre); The Miracle (Broadway Theatre); A Fans' Club (New Wimbledon Theatre); Orion (Wilton's Music Hall); Amah (Tara Arts); The Girls' Consent and A Bill of Divorcement (Greenwich Playhouse).
David Shields - Costume Designer
Helen Barford - Producer, Dumfries & Galloway
Joe Churchman - Sound Design
Rachel Brown-Williams And Ruth Cooper-Brown - Fight Directors
Claire Darcy - ASM Edinburgh
Mill Goble - Stage Manager/ Technician, Edinburgh Previews
Judy Gordon - Dance Choreography
Katherine Lowry - Lighting Designer/Operator, Jack Studio
Tony Nandi - Jack Studio Theatre Stills
Alex MacArthur - Costume Maker
Damian Robertson - Stage Manager/Technician, Guernsey
John Sanders - Additional Stills
Kris Snaddon - Set Construction/Stage Manager/Technician, Dumfries & Galloway
Karl Swinyard - Set Construction
Jane Williamson - Stage Manager, Edinburgh
Michael Woodruff - Pre-Jack Stills And Video
Skullduggery Theatre Company
Formerly titled 'One For The Road: An Evening with Oliver Reed', this show first premiered at the Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival in May 2011.
Contact: olliereedtheplay @ gmail.com
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