Tori Allen-Martin and Helen Hobson to star in new musical MUTED this winter at The Bunker Theatre.

 

Tori Allen-Martin (Vocalist on Idris Elba's mi MandelaHair European tour) and Helen Hobson (Sunny Afternoon, Sound of Music, Mamma Mia) will be joined by David Leopold (The Crucible, The Burnt Part Boys ), Edd Campbell-Bird (Sweeny Todd, Les Miserables), Jos Slovick (Once, Bad Jews) and Mark Hawkins (The Railway Children, Julius Caeser).

 

 

 

 

Tori Allen-Martin

Tori Allen-Martin is a singer, songwriter, producer, actor and OFFIE nominated writer. Tori's self-penned, self funded, debut EP, Wasted debuted top 20 in the iTunes singer/songwriter chart. She also appears on Idris Elba's mi Mandela album and alongside Elba and Norman Cook on The Road Less Travelled for the Bastille Day movie soundtrack.

Tori's theatre credits include Hair (European Tour), Mimi in Rent (The Cockpit) and NoNo in the World Premiere of Yarico (London Theatre Workshop).

Tori is back in the studio working on new material for her second EP and has appeared as backing vocalist for Eliza and the Bear (BBC Radio One Live Lounge, Grand National Sunday Brunch special, CBBC Chart Show, Virgin Radio Pre-V Fest show).

Tori founded multi award nominated Interval Productions in 2009 and has produced five musicals under that banner (four of them entirely original pieces) and an arts council funded season of new Musical Theatre writing (Made In LDN).

www.intervalproductions.com

 

Helen Hobson

Theatre Credits include: Only The Brave (Wales Millenium Centre), Bakkhai (Almeida Theatre), Mrs. Davies in Sunny Afternoon (Hampstead Theatre), Picture Perfect (St. James Theatre), Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music (Regents Park), Donna in Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre), The Sunny Side of the Street (Jermyn St Theatre), Ma in The Human Comedy (Young Vic), Mrs Johnston in Blood Brothers (Phoenix Theatre), Donna in Mamma Mia (International Tour & Prince of Wales), Pauline in The Lady in the Van (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Vera in Stepping Out (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Rita in Educating Rita (Palace Theatre, Westcliff), Cathy in Heathcliff (Hammersmith & UK Tour), Clara in Passion (Queens Theatre), Mrs Walker in Tommy (Germany), Grizabella in Cats (UK Tour).

Film & TV credits includes: Minister in Hollyoaks (Channel 4),Tess in Doctors (BBC), Sally in Lovelorn for Tread Softly Productions (Best Supporting Actress at the LA Showreel Festival), Mary in Heartbeat (ITV), Laura Burns in Red Cap (BBC), Mrs Leroy in Eastenders (BBC), Patricia in New tricks (Wall to Wall), Sue in Rosemary & Thyme (Carnival Films).

 

David Leopold

David trained at LAMDA. After graduating in 2014, David earned a place on the West Yorkshire Playhouse's Graduate Actor rep scheme in Leeds. He spent 9 months performing in numerous productions, both in house and on tour, including The Crucible and Uncle Vanya, and working with different departments within the theatre. Since being back in London, his theatre credits include leading roles in Burnt Part Boys at the Park Theatre and in the Soho Young Playwrights festival. He has recently completed filming The Last Ones To Leave with the NFTS, which comes out later this year.

Theatre Credits include: Burnt Part Boys (SDWC Productions/ Park Theatre), Soho Young Playwrights (Soho Theatre), Little Sure Shot (West Yorkshire Playhouse/The Egg Bath/The Mac/Belfast Tour), Uncle Vanya, Polar Bears, The Ballad of the Adventures, The Crucible (West Yorkshire Playhouse)

Short Film Credits include: The Last Ones to Leave (NFTS).

 

Edd Campbell-Bird  

Edd trained at Arts Educational Schools London.

Theatre credits include: Adding Machine (Finborough Theatre), Les Miserables (Jean Prouvaire/First cover Marius, Queens Theatre), Sweeney Todd (English National Opera), Wonderful TownCrazy for You, Merrily We Roll Along (Arts Ed), The Hired Man (NYMT). 

Workshops include: The Buskers Opera (Ryan McBryde), Swear Our Love (Luke Sheppard), Dance The Night Away (Bill Kenwright Ltd).

Concerts include: Friday Night Is Music Night (BBC Radio 2), The Olivier Awards.

 

Joss Slovick

Theatre Credits include: Bad Jews (Theatre Royal Haymarket/UK tour), The Snow Queen (Nuffield Theatre), Once -The Musical (Dublin and West End), Lost in Yonkers (Watford Palace Theatre), The Secret Garden (Edinburgh Festival Theatre & Toronto), The Human Comedy (Young Vic/Watford Palace Theatre), Love Story (Chichester Festival) Buddy!, Guys & Dolls (Upstairs at The Gatehouse), Spring Awakening (West End/Lyric Hammersmith).

Concerts: Soho Cinders (Queens Theatre), Follies (Royal Albert Hall).

Film & TV Credits: The Addicted, Les Miserables, Chuggington.

Soundtracks: Soho Cinders, Joe Sterling: Somewhere in My Mind, Bobby Cronin's Concrete Jungle.

Radio: Tales of the City, More Tales of the City, Further Tales of the City, Babycakes, Significant Others (Radio 4).

Rehearsed readings and workshops: The Natives (Old Vic), Standing at the Sky's Edge (Sheffield Crucible), Multistory (RSC).

 

Mark Hawkins

Mark trained at The Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre credits include: The Railway Children (The King's Cross Theatre), A Midsummer Nights Dream (Middle Temple Hall), Richard III (The Actors Church), The Night before Christmas (Arts Assembly), Julius Caesar (The Globe), Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (International Tour), The Witch of Edmonton (The Courtyard theatre), Whose Blood (The Old Operating Theatre), Pills, Thrills and Automobiles, Too Much Punch for Judy and Vicious Circle (UK Tour)

Film credits include: The Ash Can, Anamnesis, George Eliot’s Silas Marner. Spoons.

 

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