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Eunuchs In My Wardrobe

written and performed by Silas Carson

Assembly George Square / Three, Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh.
www.assemblyfestival.com
www.scamptheatre.co.uk


The Rosemary Branch Theatre. 2 Shepperton Rd off New North Road, London N1
www.rosemarybranch.co.uk
Box Office 020 7704 6665

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Eunuchs In My Wardrobe will be at Assembly George Square /Three at 1:15 pm from Thursday 4th to Sunday 28th August (not August 15th). Eunuchs In My Wardrobe is written and performed by Silas Carson. The director is Caroline Devlin with sound and music by Ben Ringham. Eunuchs In My Wardrobe is produced by Remy Blumenfeld.

There will be two previews at the Rosemary Branch Theatre Islington London on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 July at 7.15pm

Acclaimed actor Silas Carson (‘Holby City’, ‘How Not To Live Your Life’ and ‘Star Wars’) takes you to Calcutta and back on a lyrical exploration into the nature of identity. A semi- autobiographical verse play is a moving and funny coming of age story of saris and sex.

Silas Carson’s recent stage credits include as Mr Harari in the acclaimed production of ‘Ruined’ at the Almeida and in ‘Arabian Nights’ directed by Dominic Cooke for the RSC.

Silas Carson is best known for playing Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi and Viceroy Nute Gunray in all three of the ‘Star Wars’ prequels and providing the voice of the Ood in ‘Doctor Who’. He was in ‘Hustle’, as Bollywood film fan Kulvinder Samar and in BBC1's ‘Waterloo Road’, as blackmailer Stuart Hordley. He was in the third series of the BBC3 comedy ‘How Not to Live Your Life’, playing Brian, Samantha's university professor/love interest. Silas is currently appearing in ‘Holby City’ on BBC1 as the dodgy plastic surgeon, Sunil Bhatti.

Caroline Devlin has appeared in many productions at the Glasgow Citizen’s Theatre, the Royal Lyceum Edinburgh and Dundee Rep. She recently directed ‘Hamlet’ for the Guildford Shakespeare Company.

Ben Ringham has been the sound designer for many productions with the RSC, Donmar and Headlong. He is an Associate Artist with Shunt. Ben and Max Ringham were nominated for an Olivier Award for their sound design for ‘Piaf’ at the Donmar.

Remy Blumenfeld is a TV Producer who has created more than 50 successful programmes, many of which, such as ‘There's Something About Miriam’ and ‘Gay, Straight or Taken’, have sold around the world. Most recently he served for two years as director of formats at ITV Studios where he helped popularise shows such as ‘Come Dine With Me’ and ‘Four Weddings’. In Oct 2010 he was named by his peers as one of the world's top 5 "format kings" at MIP TV. He is an adviser to TF1, France's leading commercial channel and the chairman of Front Row Partners, a company that makes small to mid-scale investments in media and entertainment projects.

Assembly George Square / Three, 1:15pm Box Office: 0131 623 3030
Thursday 4th - Sun 28th August (not 15th) Running Time 70 minutes
Previews £6, Weekends £11 (£9 concession) Weekdays £10 (£8 concession)
www.assemblyfestival.com
www.scamptheatre.co.uk

Edinburgh Previews: Thurs 28th & Fri 29th July 7.15pm
Tickets £10 (£8 conc)
The Rosemary Branch Theatre. 2 Shepperton Rd off New North Road, London N1
www.rosemarybranch.co.uk Box Office 020 7704 6665

13 June 2011