Blueprint Theatre Company in association with Park Theatre presents


by Bryony Lavery

Nancy | Sally Grey
Ralph | Mark Rose
Agnetha | Helen Schlesinger
Guard | Liam Tims

Sally Grey
Sally trained at East 15 Acting School. Theatre includes: Women Laughing and This Story of Yours at Old Red Lion; Every Now and Then at the Assembly Hall; Reminiscence at the Cockpit; Playground at Edgware Studio Theatre; The Mousetrap, a No1 Italian Tour; Everlasting Rose at Riverside Studios and Top Girls at Wycombe Swan.
TV and film includes: Every Time I Think of You; Rose and Maloney (ITV); The Moth (ITV); Elizabeth (Working Title). Most recently, she was the voice of the Black Dog in Rob Bidder’s film, Dick Buildings. Sally is also a writer and her play, Junk, co-written with Susan Avery, won the 2014 Writers' Guild Playwrights' Progress award.

Mark Rose
Recent theatre includes A Taste of Honey and Port, both for The National Theatre, Women Laughing  at The Old Red Lion (OFFIE award nomination best male performance). Platform performance with Simon Stephens and Maxine Peake at NT. Other Theatre includes Saturday Night and Sunday Morning at Royal Exchange, Twelfth Night at Chester, Number 1 tour of Bill Kenwright’s Spiders Web, The Accomplice at Menier Chocolate Factory and This Story of Yours at Old Red Lion. Recent TV credits include Emmerdale and Coronation Street.

Helen Schlesinger
Theatre includes: Single Spies (Rose Theatre), Coriolanus (Donmar Warehouse), Bracken Moor (Tricycle), Fireface (Young Vic), Skåne, The God’s Weep, Comfort Me With Apples (Hampstead), Blue/Orange (Arcola), The Stone, Wild East, Bear Hug, The Weather (Royal Court), Whipping It Up (Bush/Ambassadors), The Crucible (RSC/Gielgud), Uncle Vanya, A Moon for the Misbegotten, King Lear, The Illusion, The Road to Mecca (Manchester Royal Exchange), The Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night (RSC), The Oresteia, War and Peace, Inadmissible Evidence (NT), An Inspector Calls (NT/Garrick), The Mill on the Floss (Shared Experience), Becket (Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Winter’s Tale, The Second Mrs Tanqueray (Salisbury Playhouse), Wild Oats (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Design for Living (Harrogate), Hamlet, The Winter’s Tale, Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest (Compass).
Film includes: Dirty War, 24 Hour Party People, Persuasion. Television includes: Eastenders, The Hour, Merlin, Nativity, Criminal Justice, Trial and Retribution, Waking the Dead, Sensitive Skin, The Playground, Rose and Maloney, The Way We Live Now, Bad Girls, The Greatest Store in the World, Devil’s Advocate, Between the Lines, The Cormorant, Bad Girls.

Liam Tims
Liam trained at the Manchester School Of Theatre, he recently finished playing the role of John Worthing in Theatre Mill's The Importance Of Being Earnest. Previous credits have encompassed Theatre (Sherlock Holmes And The Speckled Band,Project XXX, Mugabeland,How I Helped End Communism), TV (White Van Man, Doctors), Radio (At The End Of The Day) and Film (The Light). Liam is thrilled to be involved with Blueprint Theatre Company and such an important play as Frozen.