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Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
A production of TNT Theatre Britain
Performed in English with Chinese subtitle
About TNT Theatre
TNT theatre was founded in 1980 in Britain and since has established itself as one of the most popular international touring theatre companies in the world. Whether in adaptations like Oliver Twist or performances of Shakespeare, TNT continues to give equal importance to the visual and the physical as to the literary, honours the audience as a fellow maker in the drama.
Paul Stebbings, founder and artistic director of TNT Theatre has won many awards including Arts Achievement award Singapore, Government of Costa Rica, Munich Biennale, Edinburgh Festival 5 stars and medal of inception into the order of the British Empire (MBE) at Buckingham Palace in the Queen's Birthday honours list 2014.
Paul Stebbings was awarded medal of MBE by prince Charles in 2014
About Oliver Twist
Oliver Twist is TNT's most performed production. A roller coaster ride of tragedy and comedy, a grotesque exploration of Dickens' central theme of the relationship between poverty and crime. The powerful drama is set on the gallows as Fagin (as in the original) awaits execution. His life and fate is explored in flashback. Thomas Johnson's haunting and vibrant score is sung a capella by the cast.
ISABEL HORNER as Oliver
An Irish actor based in London. Trained in BA Musical Theatre at the Institute of the Arts Barcelona, Isabel began her professional career in musical ‘My First’, touring Iceland, Norway and UK. She has since worked with Irish company ‘Fizz and Chips’ on their new musicals ‘Dragon’ and ‘Witches of East wall’ in The New Theatre Dublin. In 2023 Isabel worked with Jellyfish Theatre on ‘A Christmas Carol’ and ‘Dracula’ performing in Teatro Sala Umberto in Rome and a summer UK tour of ‘The Jungle Book’ .
Martin Christopher as Fagin
Originally from Nottinghamshire, he has performed in over 45 Countries.
For TNT Theatre he has played the leading roles in MACBETH, HAMLET (First Prize- Fadjr Theatre Festival, Iran) ROMEO AND JULIET, BRAVE NEW WORLD, THE GHOST OF ILLIAM DHONE as well as Edmund in KING LEAR and Charles Dickens in A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
Other Theatre work includes: HAMLET-SHAKESPEARE’S BIRTHDAY (Shakespeare’s Globe) ROMEO AND JULIET (Oxford Shakespeare Company),THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (Savoy Theatre-West End),THREE SISTERS (Chichester Festival), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Westcliff Rep), TWELFTH NIGHT (New Triad) THE WINTER’S TALE, TWELFTH NIGHT (Edinburgh Festival), MACBETH (Shakespeare4kidz).
Films include: Kenneth LOOK UP (BAFTA /REGENT Cinemas Short film Festival), Jack Merivale LETTER TO LARRY alongside Susie Lindeman.
JACOB HUTCHINGS as Bill Sikes
Trained on LAMDA’s MFA Professional Acting course. Founder of The Big AlumNight, a musical theatre cabaret night in the West End that champions emerging graduate talent from around the UK.
Credits include JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, KING CHARLES III, MR. BURNS: A POST ELECTRIC PLAY, A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM, CHILDREN OF THE SUN, CYMBELINE (LAMDA); OKLAHOMA! (Exeter Northcott Theatre); ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS, THE SHAPE OF THINGS (Exeter M&D Rooms), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Stratford Playhouse); PUNK ROCK (The Barnfield Theatre); WOOLF (Edinburgh Fringe)
Eva Regan as Artful Dodger
An English/German/Chilean actor based in London. Born and bred in Bristol, she graduated from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in 2021, with a BA in Acting. Since graduating she has focused on writing and has hopes to take her play to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival next year.
Emma Sandborgh as Nancy
A Swedish performer with an MA in Musical Theatre from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London. Coming from a background of music, her first professional appearance was in the children’s choir at the Royal Swedish Opera. Most recently she appeared as ’Ulysses’ in ULYSSES and as the puppeteer in ON HOLIDAY WITH MISS ENGLISH for Action Theatre in Italy. Other credits include THE SNOW QUEEN and THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY.
Time：13-16 Dec. 2023 19:30； 17 Dec. 2023 14:30
Address： Lyceum Theatre