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

A Princess Undone

By Richard Stirling


Jonny Kelly I Director

Jonny has also directed Bismillah!, currently to be seen at VAULT Festival 2018. He has directed sell-out productions at the Finborough Theatre of Michael Healey’s Proud and, recently, The Passing of the Third Floor Back. As co-founder of NorthSEE Theatre, he has directed Hyem (Theatre503 and Northern Stage). He was also assistant director on both The Hard Man and Unscorched at the Finborough.

Other directing: A is for Ali (Old Red Lion), Money Womb (Theatre503), The Special Relationship (Southwark Playhouse), Boys Will Be Boys (Soho Theatre), Lies (VAULT Festival), and Call Centre (New Wimbledon). Associate direction: assisting Justin Audibert on Flare Path (UK tour) and Nina Raine on Donkey Heart (Trafalgar Studios). Assistant director: Papatango Theatre Company for two years.

He trained at East 15 Acting School.


Richard Stirling I Writer

Richard’s stage writing includes: Valerie Hobson (UK tour), the revised version of Ivor Novello’s Gay’s the Word (London and tour), Seven Other Children (New End, Hampstead) and Over My Shoulder (Wyndham’s and UK tour). He has written extensively for the British Film Institute (NFT seasons) and for publications including Harper’s, Hello!, London Evening Standard and The Scotsman. His biography of Dame Julie Andrews was a Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller and is published worldwide (Little, Brown UK and St Martin’s Press US).


Norman Coates I Set Designer

Norman’s career has spanned more than thirty years, with designs for West End and repertory theatre as well as abroad.

Recent theatre: The Lovers of Viorne (Frontier Productions), 84 Charing Cross Road (Salisbury Playhouse/Cambridge Arts), Wife After Death (Churchill, Bromley/tour) Romantic Comedy and Billy Liar (ATG UK tours), Mrs Pat (Theatre Royal, York), The Old Ladies (TEG Productions), The Real Inspector Hound and Black Comedy (Perth Theatre), many productions for Queens, Hornchurch, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Birmingham Stage Company and Watermill, Newbury.

West End: The Dice House (Arts), Mr Cinders (Fortune), Hank Williams: The Show He Never Gave (Criterion), Saturday Night at the Palace (Old Vic), The Importance of Being Earnest (Whitehall) and From a Jack to a King (Ambassadors).

Norman had a long and successful relationship as Head of Design at Watford Palace Theatre. For British American Repertory Theatre, he designed the original production of Tom Stoppard’s Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth.

Norman adapted Goodbye, Mr Chips (UK tour) and more recently Séance on a Wet Afternoon. His debut novel Beard was published in 2014. Television: Once Upon a Time in the North (BBC).


Boo Williams I Costume Designer

Boo enjoys the many and various aspects of costuming across the entertainment industry. Arena productions: Feet of Flames (Hyde Park), Holiday on Ice (Europe) and Path of Pearls (Bahrain). Dance spectaculars: Genesis (Jupiter’s in Queensland Australia) and many shows created by Moore Productions (Royal Palace, Alsace).

She was costume designer for the six-play Summer Seasons at the Theatre Royal, Windsor for Paul Taylor Mills.


Gareth McLeod I Sound Designer

Recent sound designs: The Dover Road, I Have Been Here Before, I Loved Lucy, Ivy & Joan, The Green Bay Tree, Flowers of the Forest and Valerie Hobson (all Jermyn Street Theatre).

Previous sound designs: Frozen (Park Theatre), Now We Are Sixty and The Condor and the Maiden (King’s Head), Susan Black Sings Piaf (Leicester Square Theatre) and Cowardy Custard, The Little Hut and Tomfoolery (UK tours).

He trained at Central School of Speech and Drama.


Rob Ellis I Associate Director

Rob is currently assisting Jonny Kelly on Bismillah! (VAULT Festival) and was recently assistant director on The Passing Of The Third Floor Back (Finborough). He is also currently working on Foul Pages (Hope Theatre).

Recent directing includes Bluebird (Katzpace), The 39 Steps (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), The Two Gentlemen Of Verona (Albert Square Gardens), Clybourne Park (Bridewell Theatre), Six Pack (Leicester Square Theatre), Steam (Southwark Playhouse), Mad Queen’s Chess (Park Theatre), I, Confess (Theatre503) Aid Memoir (Jermyn Street Theatre), People You May Know (Old Red Lion) and Turkey Blaster (Tristan Bates). He is co-founder and artistic director of Relish Theatre.