Meet the Cast: Lands by Antler

Introducing the cast of Lands.

Leah and Sophie have been together, here, for a long time. They are happy here.

Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017, Lands comes to the Bush Theatre this November.

Antler’s latest production is an absurd tragicomedy involving 2 performers, a mini trampoline and a 1000-piece puzzle in an intimate dissection of a relationship teetering on the edge of collapse.

Lands by Antler with direction by Jaz Woodcock-Stewart  plays in the Studio at the Bush Theatre 6 Nov – 1 Dec 2018.


Leah Brotherhead

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Theatre includes As You Like It (The Lamb Players), Two Gentleman of Verona (The Globe Theatre/Liverpool Everyman), Wolf Hall & Bring Up The Bodies (RSC/Aldwych Theatre/The Winter Gardens On Broadway), Another Place (Theatre Royal, Plymouth), Pride and Prejudice (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), Doctor Faustus (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Glasgow Citizens), People Like Us (Pleasance), Euphoria (Ensemble 52), DNA (Hull Truck/UK tour), The Kitchen Sink (Bush).  

Tv includes White Gold (BBC), Doctors (BBC), Vera (ITV), Casualty (BBC), Boy Meet Girl (Tiger Aspect).  Short film includes Jess/Jim. On radio Leah is a BBC Carleton Hobbs Award winner and has played numerous roles for the BBC Radio rep company.

 

Sophie Steer

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Sophie’s theatre productions include It’s True, It’s True, It’s True (Breach Theatre) at Underbelly and New Diorama, Tank (Breach Theatre national tour), Still Ill (Kandinsky Theatre) at New Diorama, Astronauts of Hartlepool by Tim Foley, winner of Vaults Festival ‘Origins Award’ for New Work, Sparks by Simon Longman at Old Red Lion, Buckets at the Orange Tree Theatre and Romeo and Juliet at the Watermill Theatre.

Tv includes: Chickens (Big Talk Productions). Short films include Caliban’s Cave, the short film adaptation of Tim Crouch’s I Caliban, and A Thousand Empty Glasses which was nominated for ‘Best Short’ at Raindance/Palm Springs.


Lands runs in the Studio at the Bush Theatre 06 Nov – 01 Dec 2018. 

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