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Entico Ltd in association with Park Theatre presents the London premiere of

A Princess Undone

By Richard Stirling


Felicity Dean I Princess Margaret

Theatre credits include: Good (Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych and Broadway), Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew, Hyde Park and The Churchill Play (all RSC), An Honourable Trade (Royal Court), Wicked Old Men (West Yorkshire Playhouse), John Gabriel Borkman and The Coast of Utopia (National Theatre), King Lear (Shakespeare’s Globe), Three Sisters (Birmingham Rep, Critics Guild Best Actress Award nomination), Don Juan (Lyric, Hammersmith), Underfoot in Showbusiness and Swimming at the Ritz (UK tour) and King Lear (Old Vic gala).

Film credits include: The Prince and the Pauper, Mike Leigh’s Who’s Who, Steaming, Water, Revolution, The Whistle Blower and The Wedding Video.

Television credits include: The Professionals, The Birds Fall Down, The Legend of King Arthur, The Far Pavilions, Trial & Retribution, Persuasion, The Last of the Blonde Bombshells, Stuart: A Life Backwards, Talk to Me, Midsomer Murders, Peak Practice, New Tricks, Rosemary & Thyme, The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries, Kavanagh QC, Wycliffe, Hetty Wainthropp Investigates, Lovejoy, Murder in Suburbia and most recently Elizabeth I.


Alexander Knox I Tristan Peel

Alexander trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama (Ben Travers scholarship).

Theatre credits include: The Passing of the Third Floor Back (Finborough), the Olivier-nominated It Is Easy To Be Dead (Finborough and Trafalgar Studios), Love in Idleness (Apollo), The Silver Sword (UK tour) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Barbican, LSO), The Cunning Little Vixen (Edinburgh Studio Opera), Dido and Aeneas (UK tour) and Billy Budd (Royal Opera House).

Film credits include: Music, War and Love.



Richard Stirling I William Tallon

Richard trained at RADA.

Theatre credits include: The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Arts), The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Studio Theatre, Washington DC), The Passing of the Third Floor Back and The Flouers o’ Edinburgh (Finborough), The Green Bay Tree (Jermyn Street Theatre), My Favourite Madman (Edinburgh Festival), A Tale of Two Cities (Gatehouse Highgate), Private Lives (National Theatre), Post Mortem (King’s Head), Easy Virtue (Garrick), Breaking the Code (Theatre Royal, Haymarket), Out of Order (Southwold and Aldeburgh), Forty Years On (Exeter Northcott), Taking Steps (Vienna’s English Theatre), The Ghost Train (Lyric, Hammersmith), When I Was a Girl... (Manchester Library), An Awfully Big Adventure and Great Expectations (Liverpool Playhouse) and An Inspector Calls (UK tours).

Film credits include: Woody Allen’s Scoop, Mrs Dalloway, Little Dorrit and Derek Jarman’s War Requiem.

Television credits include: Great Expectations, Our Mutual Friend, The Secret Agent, The Prince and the Pauper, In Your Dreams and Conquer the Castle.


Patrick Toomey I John Bindon

Patrick trained at LAMDA.

Theatre credits include: Wendy and Peter (Royal Shakespeare Company), The Keepers of Infinite Space and Casualties (Park Theatre), Lovebirds (Southwark Playhouse), The Father (Belgrade, Coventry), Wild Horses (Theatre503), Steven Berkoff’s On the Waterfront (Hackney Empire), Edward II and Richard II (Shakespeare’s Globe) Mr Heracles (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The John Wayne Principle (Nuffield, Southampton), The Boys in the Band (Aldwych), The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Recruiting Officer (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh), The School for Scandal (English Touring Theatre), The Blue Angel (RSC), The Woman in Black (Fortune) and As You Like It (Cheek by Jowl).

Film credits include: Broken, Walking with the Enemy, The Curse of King Tut’s Tomb and Adventures of Arsène Lupin.

Television credits include: Doc Martin, The Escape Artist, Law & Order UK, Vera, Missing, Mutual Friends, Holby City, Auf Wiedersehen Pet, Courtroom, William and Mary, Monarch of the Glen, Jackson’s Wharf, Murder Most Horrid, Annie’s Bar and Young Indiana Jones.