Fox Trotter Theatre Company in association with Park Theatre presents

Archimedes' Principle

by Josep Maria Miró i Coromina, translated by Dustin Langan

Lee Knight | Brandon
Kathryn Worth | Anna 
Matt Bradley-Robinson | Matt
Julian Sims | David

 

Lee Knight trained at Drama Centre and his Theatre credits include; Much Ado About Nothing, Wyndhams Theatre, Drama at Inish, Finborough Theatre, Colors, Tristan Bates, The Visionary, Old Red Lion. Film credits include Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire

 

Kathryn Worth trained at RADA in the 80s. After a break from acting she starred opposite Tom Hiddleston in Joanna Hogg's acclaimed first feature, Unrelated. The film received four star reviews in the national press and won the International Critics Prize at the London Film Festival. Kathryn won Best Actress at the Silk Road Film Festival and was named among the 'Best Film Performances of 2008' in The Telegraph and 'Year's Best Actresses' in The Independent. 

Other feature films include Vitality, Through the LensThe Fighter's Ballad and Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont. She's also worked on TV (Doctors, Genie in the House) and made several short films – including three prize-winners. 

Kathryn has worked extensively in theatre. Recent projects include the brilliant physical theatre piece, Toujours et Pres de Toi, with Opera Erratica at Hoxton Hall, and the surreal two-hander, Belvedere, which received five star reviews at the Brighton Festival and opens in London later this year.

 

Matt Bradley-Robinson graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2013 with a BA (Hons) in Acting. He is delighted to be part of the UK Premiere of Archimedes Principle.

Theatre credits include Sam in Advice for the Young at Heart  (UK Tour) Hugo in A Butcher of Distinction (Cockpit Theatre) and Clem, Andy & Johnno in Theatre Centre’s Skylines Showcase. 

Whilst training his credits include Huggins/ Goodman in There Is A War (Jacksons Lane), Eva in Kimalia (Bernie Grant Arts Centre), Alexander Goffe in Cressida (Karamel club), Trebonius in Julius Caesar (Karamel Club), Dino in The Rink, Martin in Through a Glass Darkly, Parolles in All’s Well That Ends Well. Radio credits: D’Artagnan in The Three Musketeers

 

Julian Sims' theatre credits include Amos in Chicago (West End), Ike Skidmore in Oklahoma (Chichester Festival Theatre), Alex in Outside Edge (Windsor Theatre Royal and No.1 Tour), Vernon Gersch in They’re Playing Our Song (Royal Theatre, Northampton), Terry in Exclusive Yarns (Wimbledon Theatre), Christian in Cyrano de Bergerac (The Bridewell), A Brother in Seven Deadly Sins (Arcola Theatre), Odysseus in Philoctetes (The Cockpit), The Gentleman in Thirst (King’s Head), Dr Livesey in Treasure Island (Palace Theatre, Westcliff-On-Sea) and Lord Chancellor in an actor/musician version of Sleeping Beauty at Margate Theatre Royal.

His writing credits include two comedy stage-plays; True Colours, produced at The Latchmere (where he was writer in residence) & Apartment 2012 which won a Thames TV Theatre Writers’ Bursary Award and was produced at The White Bear Theatre (Directed by Michael Kingsbury). He was commissioned by Carlton TV to write his original sit-com idea, If Symptoms Persist which was later broadcast on Radio 2 and he has also had material produced on Smack The Pony (C4), The Armstrong & Miller Show (Carlton), The State We're In and News Is My Master (both for the BBC).

Movies: A Little Chaos (Directed by Alan Rickman), Still Crazy (Directed by Brian Gibson), The Calling (directed by Richard Caesar). 

His television work includes several episodes of the Bafta winning comedy show Smack The Pony (C4) which he also wrote for. Other credits include Sharpe’s Gold (Carlton), EastEnders (BBC), Heartbeat (Yorkshire TV), Casualty(BBC)

Waterloo Road (BBC), Down to Earth (BBC), The Vanishing Man (Carlton), Sex ‘n’ Death (BBC), The Bill (Carlton), Thief of Smiles (Meridien), Anything’s Possible (Channel Five) and La Traviata (BBC).