Vampire Nights


St Nicholas

by Conor McPherson


Love Bites

a new play by Crysse Morrison


Alma Theatre

24th - 29th May 2010

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Kirsty Cox

Kirsty trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Her professional theatre experience has included work with Raindog, MacRobert Productions, National Trust Theatre Projects, The Long Overdue Theatre Company, Lanternfish Theatre Company, City Lit Rep Company, CV Productions and The Kings Head.

In Bristol, Kirsty has performed in ‘Woyzeck’ and ‘Dr Love’ at the Tobacco Factory, ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Shakespeare’ and ‘People’s Hustings’ at Bristol Old Vic, ‘Chess’ at the Pro Cathedral, ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’ and ‘A Doll’s House’ with SWAN, ‘Mary, Mary’ with Theatre West, ‘On The Edge’ with Stepping Out Theatre Company and ‘Ray Collins Dies On Stage’ with Fallen Angel Theatre Company.

She has recorded ‘Dr Finlay: Further Adventures of a Black Bag’ for BBC Radio 4 and has worked on several short films and independent feature films.


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Matthew Ward

Matthew trained at Central School of Speech and Drama. His credits include: Danny in Night Must Fall, Jack Favell in Rebecca, Norman in The Norman Conquests, CSM Rivers in The Accrington Pals, Mike in Ruffian on the Stair, Archie Rice in The Entertainer, CS Lewis in Shadowlands, Jeff in Jeffrey Bernard, Malvolio in Twelfth Night, Banquo in Macbeth, Caliban in The Tempest, Enobarbus in Anthony and Cleopatra, and the title role in Macbeth.

He has also played Kent in King Lear in Greenwich and Bottom and Oberon in touring productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream as well as various national tours of Twelfth Night playing Sir Toby Belch.

His most recent theatre includes: Camillo in A Winters Tale, Ram in Stereo at the Tricycle and Mickey in Uncle Barry as well as a tour of the one man play St. Nicholas and Rob the lead singer of a reformed Punk band in Reality Chokes at the Edinburgh Festival. His One Man plays include: Moscow Stations, St. Nicholas, and Judas Goat written especially for him. His television credits include Little Britain and TV commercials.


Chris Loveless - Director

Chris trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (2007). He is Artistic Director of Fallen Angel Theatre Company and an associate director of the White Bear Theatre and Stepping Out Theatre Company.

Directing credits include Blavatsky's Tower (Brockley Jack), Normal (Tobacco Factory, Bristol), Moonshadow (Time Out Critics' Choice & Show of the Week, White Bear), Ray Collins Dies On Stage (Alma Theatre, Bristol), Thursday Coma (Alma), Walter's Monkey (Alma), Dracula (White Bear) and The Custom of the Country (Time Out Critics' Choice, White Bear). Assisting credits include Othello (Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory) and The Demon Box (Alma).

Producing credits include studio and fringe productions, and an internship with ATG in their West End production office. Chris has also worked in theatre and TV as an actor and is a former member of the National Youth Theatre.




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