8fold theatre company presents

The Door

by Cherise Cross

Philip Nightingale | John

Adele Keating | Lisa

Robert Bradley | Man In Suit/Bartender

James Naylor | Tim

Stephanie Lodge | Karen


Philip Nightingale

Theatre: Eugenie Grandet (Assembly, Edinburgh Fringe); The Door (The Warren, Brighton Fringe); Tastes Like Chicken (Old Red Lion); Personnel (Riverside Studios); Unbroken (Karamel Club); Othello (Etcetera); Breathing Space (The Courtyard Theatre); Dorian Gray (Cockpit), Vanuatu (Arcola); Richard III (Speech Room); The Fireraisers (Barons Court Theatre); Grand Guignol (Etcetera); Sleeping Around (New Players Theatre); The Seagull, The Country Wife, Twlefth Night (Mountview); The Revengers’ Comedies (Royal and Derngate)

Film: The Fields (Joyrider Films); The Crack (LFS); Sharks, Best Laid Pans (Mountview).

He also provides voices for National Geographic Channel and is the voice of Sam Yao for the cult running game Zombies, Run!


Adele Keating

Theatre:  Scandinavia (The Last Refuge); The Door (The Warren, Brighton Fringe); Linck (The Last Refuge); Finding Alice (Tricycle Theatre); Forfanteries (New Players Theatre); Three Sisters, The Way of The World, Twelfth Night, The Winter's Tale, The Burial at Thebes (Mountview Academy).

Television: Blue Murder (ITV Granada); The Royal Today (Yorkshire TV); Sing a Song for Christmas (Yorkshire TV); Girls in Love (Granada TV); Scientific Eye (Yorkshire TV).

Film: Love Me Do (Island Peak Films).


James Naylor

Theatre: Ham (The Roundhouse); The Door (The Warren, Brighton Fringe); The Price (Descent); The Want List (The Canal Café Theatre); Many Happy Returns (Descent, Union Theatre); All Hidden, Mad Women (Barefaced Theatre, Portobello Popup); The Miracle (Tristan Bates).

Film: The Railway Man (Lionsgate); Wipers Times (Trademark Films).

Voiceover: The Cyclist (Radio); The Lost Chronicles of Zerzura (video game); The Railway Man (Film); Ponda (Film); Gap Deamon (Film); To a Passer By; BBC World Service productions and countless radio comedy, TV and radio ads.

James founded the comedy sketch group Don’t Trust Salmon and has appeared in numerous online sitcoms.


Robert Bradley

Theatre: Silent Partners (White Bear Theatre); The Door (The Warren, Brighton Fringe); The Incredible Doctor Guttmann (Karen Simpson Productions); Riddance (The Cockpit Theatre); The Lights Turn Upon Me (New Diorama); The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (Red Lion Theatre); Sleeping Around (New Players’ Theatre); Timeshare (Sweet ECA); Gag (The Arches, Glasgow); Life Saving (Gillmorehill G12); Three Sisters, The Winters Tale, The Trojan Woman (Mountview Academy); Shakespeare for Breakfast, The Little Mermaid (C Theatre).

Voiceover: TBC (video game); Zombies Run! (video game), and numerous TV and radio commercials.


Stephanie Lodge

Theatre: The Door (The Warren, Brighton Fringe); Airport (The Broadway); Prose and Cons (Union Theatre), Mrs Affleck (National Theatre), The Single Utamaro (Carriagework, Leeds), Pinocchio (Colourhouse Theatre), Session One (Theatre 503); Stench (LIT Ensemble). For Descent new writing: Sometimes Looking Up, Many Happy Returns, Something Borrowed, Blind Date, Frenzy for Two.

Short film: Bad Timing (Goldsmiths); Knowing (Met Films); Saving Faces (Ravensbourne Productions); The Outcast (NFTS/Random House).