Edinburgh Fringe Festival sell out show YEAR TEN transfers to the Tabard Theatre
After a sell out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, YEAR TEN is transferring to the Tabard Theatre, Chiswick on October 28th & 29th.
JUST ADD MILK Theatre Company was founded in the spring of 2016 by Niall Burns, Kristian Wall, and Kyle Rowe whilst together at ArtsEd drama school in London.
Jack has been sent to a school where bullying is rife and where only the toughest kids can survive. Fifteen-years-old with bad ache, no confidence, an emotionally unstable mum, and a talent for football, it is no wonder he becomes a target for the school’s worst bullies. But when he gets involved with Jamie, the most attractive girl in his class, he finds someone that understands what it is to be broken inside. Can Jamie and Jack save each other in a world where yob culture is the norm?
Niall Burns- Currently training at ArtsEd London. His professional films credits include Northern Soul. Theatre credits include- Year 10 at The Edinburgh Fringe & Oskar in Let The Right One in at ArtsEd.
Dylan Morris- Graduated ArtsEd London in 2015 and her professional credits include appearing on Emmerdale. Theatre credits include- Year 10 at The Edinburgh Fringe.
Kristian Wall- Currently training at ArtsEd London. His professional credits include ‘Febreze and ‘Sparks dating’ commercials. Theatre credits include- Year 10 at The Edinburgh Fringe & ‘Jonny’ In Let The Right One In at ArtsEd.
Kyle Rowe- Currently training at ArtsEd London. His professional credits include Young Dracula (CBBC), House of Anubis (Nickelodeon) , Peaky Blinders (BBC) and Sacha Baron Cohens Grimsby as well as being the face of Reeboks 2015 Ventilator commercial campaign. Kyle made his London stage debut last year as Jaxson in Zebedee Productions Heartbreak Hotel & Year 10 at The Edinburgh Fringe.
Danny Fitzsimons- Currently training at ArtsEd London. His professional credits include- Year 10 at The Edinburgh Fringe. Billy Elliot The Musical (Victoria palace Theatre), Oliver! (Theatre Royal Drury Lane). Television Credits- My Mad Fat Diaries, The Friday Fund, Get Gone.
Alex Milan- Alex graduated ArtsEd in 2015. His professional credits include BAFTA winning BBC comedy- Limmy’s Show (S3). Alex also received a nomination for BAFTA New Talent -Best Actor in 2012. Theatre credits- Year 10 at The Edinburgh Fringe.
Nicole Faraday: is a TMA award winning television, film and theatre actress best known for her portrayal of Snowball Merriman in two series of ITV’s smash-hit television series BAD GIRLS, regularly rescreened on CBS.She is also known as Dr Heather Lincoln in BBC’s CASUALTY, and man-eater Veronica in ITV’s EMMERDALE.
Feature Films include Kim Brookes,opposite Vinnie Jones in KILL KANE, Dawn in TOP DOG and Shell in BAD GIRLS-THE MUSICAL.
Other television credits include CBBBOTS and LOOSE WOMEN panellist, DOCTORS, KINGDOM, THE BILL, BAD GIRLS-MOST WANTED, TIME GENTLEMEN PLEASE, ‘ORRIBLE, AGONY, SURREALISM, CATHEDRAL,THE MICK JAGGER STORY and cult internet drama PANTRY MANOR.
Further film credits include FAITHLESS,THE NEIGHBOURS, THE LOCKE INN, 8ISH,CHAIR TO RENT,JACQUELINE ESS,JUST ONE MORE LOVE, MISUNDERSTOOD,GRANDMA’S FUNERAL, UNTOLD STORIES, TRIZONERS, THE EMPTY MIRROR, LAST TANGO IN CROYDON and A FINE WINE.
Theatre credits include: ISLE OF WOMAN; Eva Cassidy in OVER THE RAINBOW; Shell in BAD GIRLS-THE MUSICAL (W.Yorks Playhouse and The Garrick,for which she won the Best Supporting Performance TMA 2006 and was a nominee for the WOS award 2007);Avalyn in MYSTERIOUS SKIN ; Blanche Dubois in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE; Dr. Jekyll in JEKYLL AND HYDE ; Madame in THE MAIDS;THE PRO’s, THE CONS AND A SCREW; AN AUDIENCE WITH THE MAFIA at the Apollo;NOT QUITE ‘IT’ at Soho Theatre, BRIGHT at The Royal Court,HOGARTH, THE LENNY BEIGE SHOW, NEWSREVUE, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, Marilyn in MARILYN THE MUSICAL, WEST END GIRLS and the BKL tour of THANKYOU FOR THE MUSIC as Agnatha.
Andy Rutledge- (Director) is currently training as a theatre director at Birkbeck Univerisity. Since August 2016 he is the new Resident Assistant Director at the Manchester Royal Exchange. He co-devised Ventoux with 2Magpies Theatre which played at Summerhall during Edinburgh Festival in 2015 and went on to tour nationally. His directing credits include Krapp’s Last Tape, East and The 39 Steps (Nottingham New Theatre). His assisting credits include Port (ArtsEd), A Christmas Carol (Old Red Lion Theatre) and A Clockwork Orange (Nottingham Playhouse).
Toby Laurence- graduated from ArtsEd London’s Acting course this year (2016). His professional acting credits include ‘Alexie’ in ‘Peter and Catherine Tsars Of All The Russias’, (BBC Radio 4), and ‘Freddie Pargetter’ in ‘The Archers’, (BBC Radio 4). Toby also runs his film company CaveWall Productions (@CaveWallFilm) and is currently shooting his first self-written comedy short film for entry to festivals later this year. ‘Year 10’ was Toby’s first time directing theatre at the Edinburgh Festival.
Jack Greener- is currently studying at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on the Technical and Production Management course. Prior to this he spent three years working professionally in theatre and events production having begun his theatrical career in school. ‘Year 10’ was Jack’s first fringe production.
ROLES in Year 10-
Niall Burns- Jack
Kristian Wall- Jon
Dylan Morris- Jamie
Kyle Rowe- Wes
Nicole Faraday- Susan
Alex Milan- Mr Vickory
Directed by Andy Routledge (Birkbeck University) & Toby Laurence.
Lighting and Design – Jack Greenyer
(Adult- £14 & Concessions £12).