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Alan Cox and Jay Villiers join cast of City Stories

CarouselAlan Cox is joining City Stories to play the lead in our new story ‘Carousel’, alongside Louisa Clein. There’s a brand new song from Rosabella Gregory, singer songwriter, which runs through this new story. Link to Carousel.

Alan Cox
Trained at LAMDA. His recent theatre includes Kingmaker (St James studio), Playing with Grown Ups (Brits off Broadway) and Cornelius (Finborough). In the US, he has toured in Frost/Nixon and The Caretaker and appeared on Broadway in Translations (MTC). He has appeared in the London premieres of Longing (Hampstead), Found in The Ground (Wrestling School), The Earthly Paradise (Almeida) and The Rubinstein Kiss (Hampstead). TV and film includes The Good Wife, John Adams, Housewife 49, Not Only But Always, Mrs. Dalloway, An Awfully Big Adventure and Young Sherlock Holmes. He is a regular improviser with Ken Campbell’s School of Night.

Jay Villiers, fresh from Accolade at St James, will be joining Phoebe Sparrow in ‘Pearl’.

The City Stories Album of Music from the show has just been recorded, including a duet with Alexander Hanson and Rosabella which will be played on Elaine Paige’s radio show in a couple of weeks. The album will be available for the dates 10-12 February.

Cast includes Sarah Quintrell, Daphne Alexander, Tom Gordon, Emily Bruni.

Carousel
Lucy meets George at the base of the great towers at Canary Wharf.
He is singing her song.
He asks her to go on a quest across London to save a soul.
What is the truth of time…
With Alan Cox and Louisa Clein
http://www.citystories.co.uk/

Friday 23rd January 2015

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