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Cast announcement for GORGON: A HORROR STORY


I am thrilled to announce the cast and crew of my new production GORGON: A Horror Story.

GORGON will be debuting at VAULT Festival on the 5th February and running until the 9th February.

Natalie Williams : Performer & Foley Artist Described as ‘scene stealing’ by the Guardian in her recent performances at the Salisbury Playhouse, Williams has performed throughout the UK in some of the most well respected British theatres - such as the Royal Exchange, Charing Cross Theatre, Theatre Royal Dury Lane and Secret Cinema among others. David Houston: Performer and Foley Artist Houston is a performer and immersive theatre practitioner who specialises in physical theatre and slapstick. He frequently collaborates with renowned immersive theatre companies Funicular Productions and BuckBuck Games and is a member of Rhinoceros Improv. David is a graduate of the Royal College of Art. Molly Isaac : Sound Design Winner of Best Sound for UH Animation Exposé 2019, Molly Isaac is an award-winning Composer and Audio Designer based in London. Her experimental designs push the boundaries of sound, helping creators tell unforgettable stories. Sophia Pardon: Set & Costume Design Pardon is a set, costume and puppet designer. She is a graduate of the Wimbledon College of Arts and Warwick University. Pardon has worked at a range of venues including the Pleasance Theatre, the Barn Theatre, The Arts Educational, Theatre503, the Yvonne Arnaud, Clapham Omnibus and the Queen Elizabeth Hall. She is particularly interested in immersive productions, as well as puppetry. Lesley Talbot : Stage Management & Lighting Design Lesley Talbot is a final year student in Technical Theatre at St Mary’s University - she has previously worked as a lighting designer and stage manager at the Camden People’s Theatre, White Bear Theatre and The Vaults, London. WHEN IS IT? Dates: 5th - 9th February Show: GORGON: A Horror Story Venue: The Cavern, The Vaults, Leake Street, London Time: 21:20 / 16:50 on 8th February Price: £16 Box office:

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