Making his Lazarus Debut Bailey Pilbeam takes on the title role of Salomé. Bailey’s previous credits include; Care, Kane Husbands, The Pappy Show. Michael, The Inheritance, Stephen Daldry, Noel Coward Theatre. Orlando, As You Like It, Jake Smith, Petersfield Shakespeare Festival.
Returning to the company; Jamie O’Neill (Edward II, Revenger’s Tragedy) plays the role of King Herod and David Clayton (Edward II, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest) plays the role of Guard to Herodias.
Also making their Lazarus Debuts; Annemarie Anang (Tammy, Serve and Protect, Jordana Belaiche, Southwark Playhouse. Multiple Roles, Scenes from the End of the World, Sarah Davey-Hull, The Yard Theatre. Anfisa, The Three Sisters, Mike Alfreds, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. The Woman, The Wrong Way, Linda Miler, The Bunker Theatre. Ade, Hassana, Reuben & LJ Esson-Parkes) plays the role of Herodias.
Jamal Renaldo (Tausili, Talune, Gafa arts collective, New Zealand embassy, Sanni Muliaumaseali’i. Shelter, Luke, Never Properly Born Theatre Company, Ash Rowbin, Tristan Bates Theatre. Mark Antony, Julius Caser, 7th magpies Theatre company, Charlton O’Connor, Dilston Grove) plays the role of Jokanaan.
Michael Howlett (Leontes, The Winters Tale, Myles O’Gorman, OSO Centre. Belville, The Rover, Ben Naylor & Anna Healey, CSSD. Messenger, Burial At Thebes, Martin Wylde, CSSD. Algernon, The Importance Of Being Ernest, Alanah Guiry, NIDA Playhouse. Father Welsh, The Lonesome West, Maeliosa Stafford, ACA. Ruben, Ruben Guthrie, Adam Cook, ACA.) plays the role of The Young Soldier.
Hattie Wilkinson (Maria, Pericles, David Rowan, Cambridge Shakespeare Festival. Fabiana Cunningham, The Last Testament of Judas Iscariot, Katie Henry. Laura, The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband, Colette Dockery, Bridewell Theatre. Thelma, The Gift, Harry Darell The Chelsea Theatre. Ariviragus, Cymbeline, Eloise Lally, Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, Amalia, Napoli Milionaria, John Brant, Bridewell Theatre.) plays the role of The Official.
Jordan Paris (James Potter u/s and Swing, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, John Tiffany, Palace Theatre London; The Wolf, Hansel & Gretel, Antony Macdonald, The Royal Opera House; Douglas, Party Time, Harry Burton, Drama Centre London; Laertes, Hamlet, Elske Waite, Edinburgh Festival and Brighton Fringe.) plays the role of First Solider and Cal Chapman (Pete, Outfit, Shafeeq Shajahan, Theatre 503. Brett Texas, Trump’d: A Comedy Musical, Adam Wolfe, C Venues/Pumphouse Theatre/OSO Arts Centre. Bernard Floud, Benjamin Britten: Peace & Conflict, Tony Britten, Capriol Films.) plays Second Solider.
King Herod asks Salomé to dance for him… this request leads to The Dance of the Seven Veils and one of the most shocking, thrilling and scandalous climaxes ever seen on stage.
Originally banned in Britain, Wilde’s outrageously provocative Salomé comes to the stage in this exotic and exquisite new production and features as the final production in our second year-long residency at The Greenwich Theatre.
This new production is adapted and directed by Ricky Dukes.
Salomé by Oscar Wilde
Dates 14th – 25th May 2019, Monday – Saturday at 7.30pm
Thursday and Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.
www.greenwichtheatre.org.uk or call 020 8858 7755