Original Theatre in association with Park Theatre present the World Premiere

The Interview

By Jonathan Maitland

PAUL BURRELL | MATTHEW FLYNN
MARTIN BASHIR | TIBU FORTES
LUCIANA | NAOMI FREDERICK
DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES | YOLANDA KETTLE
MATT WEISSLER / STEVE HEWLETT | CIARÁN OWENS

 

Matthew Flynn

Trained at the Drama Centre London

Theatre includes: Private Peaceful (Nottingham Playhouse); Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, The Crucible (Storyhouse Chester); Agnes Colander (Ustinov Bath, Jermyn St); Child of Science (Bush Theatre); Wild Honey, 55 Days (Hampstead Theatre); City Stories (55East59 New York); I am a Walrus ( Young Vic); Children of the Sun, War Horse (National Theatre); Mare Rider (Arcola); Henry Vth, Troilus and Cressida (Globe theatre); A Streetcar named Desire, Macbeth, Mayor of Zalamea (Liverpool Everyman/Playhouse); Two Gentlemen of Verona (Northampton); As You Like It, Macbeth, How many miles to Basra? (West Yorkshire Playhouse); 1984, Julius Caesar (Royal Exchange ,Manchester); The Gentlemen’s Tea Drinking Society (Belfast); Hangover Square (Finborough Theatre); The Winters Tale, Midsummer Nights Dream, Rose Rage, Henry Vth, Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night (Propeller); Romeo and Juliet (Derby Playhouse); The Prince of Homburg (RSC/Lyric); Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar (RSC) and An Ideal Husband (Gielgud Theatre).

Television includes: Say Nothing (Disney/FX); Cobra (Sky); Finding Alice (ITV); Great Expectations (BBC,FX); Coronation St (ITV); Emmerdale (ITV); Innocent (ITV); Lawful Killing (BBC); Doctors (BBC); Lucan (ITV); Holby (BBC); Midsummer Murders (ITV); Foyles War (ITV); The Passion (HBO,BBC); After Thomas (ITV); The Quatermass Experiment (BBC) and The King Must Die (CH4).

Film includes: Femi; Sahara; Pride; A Stitch in Time; Franklyn; Broken Lines and Black Sheep.

 

 

Tibu Fortes

Tibu recently wrapped on a feature film starring alongside Lucy Liu, he can also be seen as a new regular in BBC One drama Shetland.

Theatre: Jerker, The Point of It, Satyagraha, Henry V, Coconut, A Passage to India (Park Theatre) and A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Television: Sister Boniface Mysteries, Liaison, Mammals, Ten Percent, Emmerdale, The Reluctant Landlord, Bloods and The Capture.

Film: Schirkoa, Saving Christmas Spirit and Johnny English Strikes Again.

 

 

 

Naomi Frederick

Naomi read English at St Hilda’s College, Oxford and trained at RADA.

Naomi is notable for her stage work as well as appearing on Television and in Film.

She won Best Newcomer for her debut role as Carol in Time & the Conways (Manchester Royal Exchange) and she received recognition twice in the Ian Charleson Awards: for Isabella in Measure for Measure (Complicité at the National Theatre) and as Irina in Three Sisters (Nuffield Theatre / Theatre Royal Bath).

Theatre: includes Handbagged (Kiln Theatre); Book Of Dust (Bridge Theatre); Agnes Colander (Theatre Royal Bath / Jermyn Street Theatre); White Teeth (Kiln Theatre); The Mentor (Theatre Royal Bath & West End); Hobson’s Choice (Theatre Royal Bath & Vaudeville Theatre); As You Like It & The Heresy of Love (both Shakespeare’s Globe); Made in Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre); Emil & The Detectives & Henry IV: Part 1 & 2 (both National Theatre); Brief Encounter (West End) and The Winslow Boy (Old Vic Theatre).

Television: includes Industry, Belgravia, EastEnders, Inspector George Gently, Casualty & Foyles War.

Film: includes Christmas In Paradise, Father Christmas is Back, The Aftermath and The Children Act.

 

 

Yolanda Kettle

Theatre: Patriots (Almeida Theatre); Eden (Hampstead Theatre); Oil (Almeida Theatre); Deep Blue Sea (National Theatre); For Services Rendered (Chichester Festival Theatre); Little Light (Orange Tree Theatre); Coolatully (Finborough Theatre); Anhedonia (Wilderness Festival); Shutters (Park Theatre); Birdland (Royal Court Theatre); A Tale Of Two Cities (Royal & Derngate Northampton); A Doll’s House (Duke of York’s Theatre); Pride & Prejudice (Regent’s Park); HELLO / GOODBYE (Hampstead Theatre); A Doll’s House (Young Vic); The Seagull (Arcola) and Saved (Royal Court Gala).

Television: Roadkill (BBC); Marcella Series 2 (ITV); Doc Martin Series 8 (Buffalo Pictures / ITV); Howards End (BBC); The Crown Series 2 (Netflix); The Collection (Amazon Prime / BBC); Love, Nina, Father Brown, Mega Tsunami, Doctors, Holby City (BBC).

Film: Persuasion (Netflix).

 

 

Ciarán Owens

Ciarán trained at LAMDA.

He recently played Pierre in the UK premiere of Farewell Mister Haffman directed by Lindsay Posner.

Theatre: includes The Windsors: Endgame (West End); The Duchess of Malfi (Almeida) Cabaret (Lido 2 Paris); Rutherford and Son; Love and Information (Crucible Theatre); Tumulus (Soho Theatre); Abigail’s Party (Theatre Royal Bath/ UK Tour); A Handful of Stars (Trafalgar Studios); Disco Pigs (UK & Ireland Tour); The Brink (Orange Tree Theatre); King John (Shakespeare’s Globe); So Here We Are (Manchester Royal Exchange/ High Tide); The Crocodile (MIF); Oh What a Lovely War (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Candide; A Mad World, My Masters; Titus Andronicus (RSC); Mercury Fur (Trafalgar Studios) and Our Country’s Good (Out of Joint).

Television: includes Peaky Blinders (BBC); Temple (Sky); Small Axe (Amazon/BBC); Father Brown (BBC); Call The Midwife (BBC); Ancient Empires & Washington (History); Krypton (DC/SyFy); The Last Kingdom (Netflix); Strike Back (HBO Cinemax); Crazyhead (E4); Arthur and George (ITV); Spotless (Netflix) and Wallander (BBC)

Film: include: Red Joan; Where Hands Touch.