STOVEPIPE

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A HighTide Production in collaboration with the National Theatre and The Bush Theatre.

For every guy trying to be a pro, there's a psychopath. And for every psychopath, there's a cowboy.

When a mercenary goes missing en route to Iraq, his closest surviving friend embarks on a hunt across the post-war Middle East

Stovepipe is an indoor promenade performance at a location in Shepherds Bush; audiences observe the unravelling of this original drama whilst being guided through five-star hotel bars, seedy brothels, and war-torn desert landscapes.

The venue for Stovepipe performances is: West 12, The Broadway, Shepherds Bush W12. There is a bar and cloakroom onsite; please follow the signs within the centre.

This is a past event 03 Mar 2009 to 26 Apr 2009
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Shaun Dooley

Theatre
Productions for the National: Marat Sade and The Arbor (NT Studio)
Other work in theatre includes: Summer Begins, The White Devil, Making Noise Quietly, Kiss of The Spider Woman, Brassed Off and The Glass Menagerie

TV
Nineteen Eighty-Three, Nineteen Eighty, Nineteen Seventy-Four, Harley Street, Silent Witness, Apparitions, Midsomer Murders, An Accident Waiting to Happen, Mobile, Strictly Confidential, The Bill, Vital Signs, The Street, Heavenly Father, Rosemary And Thyme, Child of Mine, Vincent, The Ghost Squad, Holby City, New Tricks, Murphy's Law, Foyle?s War, The Royal, Eastenders, Silent Witness, Shackleton, Crossroads, Warriors, Dalziel And Pascoe, Casualty and Coronation Street

Film
Shaun Dooley's work in film includes: Kandahar Break, Salvage, The Appointment, Eden Lake, The Mark of Cain, Ex-Memoria, Pitch Perfect, Mathilde, Plain Jane and Groove on a Stanley Knife

Radio
Work in radio includes: Feathers, Joseph and Joseph, Calisto, Street and Lane, The Loss Adjuster, Blind Eye, The Professor and Missing

Photo: Polly Cameron

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Christian Bradley

Theatre
Christian Bradley's work in theatre includes: Our Friends in the North, Macbeth, The Seduction of Almighty God, The Cow Play, Paradise Lost, The Romans In Britain, Ed Kemp's '5/11', Scapino The Trickster, Merlin, Antigone, Hedda Gabler, Tartuffe, Mariana Pineda, The Stoning, Family, High Jumpers, Penthisilea, The Disputation, The Possibilities and Peer Gynt

Musicals
City Lights (The Charlie Chaplin Story) and Family Album

TV
Merlin, The Job and Walking with Cavemen

Film
Finishing School, Tainted Heart, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and Rugby Road

Photo: Harry Gower

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Niall Macgregor

Theatre
Niall MacGregor's work in theatre includes: The Evangelists, Red Noses, Murder in the Red Barn, The Beaux Stratagem (Tour), Romeo and Juliet (Tour), Nativity Play (Tour), The White Devil and The Two Noble Kinsmen

TV
The Commander VII - Abduction, Messiah V, Warriors, Heroes & Villains: Cortes, The Bill, Rough Crossings, Dalziel & Pascoe, Party Animals, Low Winter Sun, Holby City, Monarch of the Glen Series VII, Silent Witness and To the Ends of the Earth

Film
The Flying Scotsman and Lost

Radio
Blue Remembered Hills and Voices from the Front Line

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Eleanor Matsuura

Theatre
Eleanor Matsuura's work in theatre includes: Coriolanus, 24 Hour Plays: Revolution and Love is Just a Possibility

TV
Hunter, The Old Guys, Lead Balloon, Dr Who, Doctors, Casualty, Trial and Retribution, My Family, After You've Gone, 9/11: Dawn To Dusk, Doctors, Eastenders, A Very Social Secretary, Greenwing, Extras, Holby City and Hustle

Film
Magicians, Breaking and Entering and After the Rain

Photo: Brandon Bishop

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Theatre credits include:  Light Shining in Buckinghamshire and Dara (National Theatre), Teh Internet is Serious Business (Royal Court), Incognito (HighTide Festival Theatre/ Live Theatre/ Bush Theatre), Moby Dick & The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Simple 8/ Arcola Theatre), The Tempest, Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors (RSC), Emperor  & Galilean (RNT), Mother Courage and Her Children (RNT), When the Rain Stops Falling (Almeida), Stovepipe (RNT/Bush Theatre/Hightide) and Salt Meets Wound (Theatre  503). Television includes: Zen (BBC/PBS), Compulsion (Size Nine Films / ITV), Midnight Man (Carnival), Saddam’s Tribe (Worlds Productions). Film and radio includes: Spectre (EON Productions), Dead Cat (Low Fat Films), Looks Who's BackThe Afghan & the Penguin and The Casper Logue Affair (BBC Radio 4).

@bushtheatre

@northernluke @javaadalipoor @bushtheatre It sounds brilliant. Just playing diary Tetris to figure out how I can get to it. Which I will!
Rebecca Crankshaw
@Crankoid
22 Jan
@bushtheatre Thank you everyone! Keep them coming! Very happy to be connected. Shall be in touch for next steps xx
Sita Thomas
@SitaThomas5
22 Jan
@SitaThomas5 @MinaBarber3 @bushtheatre Hi 👋🏽 I’m an arts administrator, also @JyothiGiles is a 🔥 producer,… https://t.co/H5z985lD0H
Bhavini Goyate
@bhavinigoyate
22 Jan
@SitaThomas5 @MeeraSyal @bushtheatre Fire thread. Khadija Raza designer (Hijabi monologues), Rachna Jadhav,… https://t.co/8EwZbEZL7w
Milli Bhatia
@chamelibhatia
22 Jan
@SitaThomas5 @bushtheatre I’m creating & writing #MasalaMonologues, a spicier version of Vagina Monologues. Plus ot… https://t.co/bxdFaITE7u
Soul Sutras
@Soul_Sutras
22 Jan
I’m interested in finding more women with south Asian heritage working in the arts - writers/directors/designers/fi… https://t.co/ROjX7Qu2iU
Sita Thomas
@SitaThomas5
22 Jan

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