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Runaway Entertainment Presents 2:22 – A GHOST STORY The Hit Play By Danny Robins And Directed By Matthew Dunster & Isabel Mar

10 January 2024




Runaway Entertainment today have released new production images for the UK tour of Danny Robins’ edge-of-your-seat, supernatural thriller 2:22 - A Ghost StoryThe brand new cast for the second leg of the tour includes Vera Chok (Hollyoaks, Cobra) as Lauren, Jay McGuiness (The Wanted, BIG! The Musical, Rip It Up) as Ben, George Rainsford (Call the Midwife, Casualty) as Sam and Fiona Wade (Emmerdale, Silent Witness) will play Jenny.

This current tour began previews at Northampton’s Royal & Derngate Theatre on 5 January 2024 with press night taking place on 10 January, and the cast will perform in venues across the UK until 8 June 2024. 



Written by award-winning writer Danny Robins, creator of the hit BBC podcast The Battersea Poltergeist, and directed by Matthew Dunster and Isabel Marr; 2:22 is an adrenaline-filled night where secrets emerge and ghosts may, or may not, appear…

What do you believe? And do you dare discover the truth?




Jenny believes her new home is haunted, but her husband Sam isn’t having any of it. They argue with their first dinner guests, old friend Lauren and new partner Ben. Can the dead really walk again? Belief and scepticism clash, but something feels strange and frightening, and that something is getting closer, so they’re going to stay up... until 2:22... and then they’ll know.

A slick, chilling, romp of a play” The Guardian

‘A modern classic’  Sunday Times



The production premiered at the Noel Coward Theatre, starring Lily Allen, Julia Chan, Hadley Fraser, and Jake Wood, where it won the WhatsOnStage award for Best Play. It then transferred to the Gielgud Theatre for 10 weeks, starring Stephanie Beatriz, James Buckley, Elliot Cowan, and Giovanna Fletcher, which completed its run on 12 February 2021. For the first season at the Criterion (May - September 2022), the cast included Tom Felton, Mandip Gill, Sam Swainsbury, and Beatriz Romilly, the second season, launching in September, starred Laura Whitmore, Matt Willis, Felix Scott, and Tamsin Carroll. 



The box office record-breaking run at the Lyric starring Cheryl, Jake Wood, Scott Karim, and Louise Ford, concluded its run on 23 April. The West End season at the Apollo Theatre starred Sophia Bush, Ricky Champ, Clifford Samuel and Jaime Winstone, and set off on its UK tour in Autumn 2023 with Joe Absolom, Charlene Boyd, Nathaniel Curtis and Louisa Lytton in the cast.



2:22 - A Ghost Story features set design by Anna Fleischle, costume design by Cindy Lin, lighting design by Lucy Carter, sound by Ian Dickinson for Autograph Sound and illusions by Chris Fisher. Casting by Matilda James.

2:22 - A Ghost Story is produced by Tristan Baker and Charlie Parsons for Runaway Entertainment, Isobel David and Kater Gordon. 



2:22 - A Ghost Story
By Danny Robins
Directed by Matthew Dunster & Isabel Marr




Northampton Royal & Derngate
5 - 13 Jan 7.30pm; matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm

Birmingham Alexandra Theatre
16 - 20 Jan 7.30pm; matinees Wed, & Sat 2.30pm, Fri 3.30pm

Cardiff New Theatre 

23 - 27 Jan 7.30pm; matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm, Fri 3pm

Wycombe Swan Theatre
30 Jan - 3 Feb 7.30pm; matinees Thur & Sat 2.30pm

Chichester Festival Theatre 

6 Feb - 10 Feb 7.30pm; matinees Wed, Thur & Sat 2.30pm

Sheffield Lyceum
13 - 17 Feb 7.45pm; matinees Wed & Thur 2pm, Sat 3pm

Wolverhampton Grand
20 - 24 Feb 7.30pm; matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm, Fri 3.30pm

His Majesty’s Theatre Aberdeen
27 Feb - 2 March 7.30pm; matinees Thur & Sat 2pm 

Cambridge Arts Theatre

5 - 9 March 7.30pm; Wed, Thurs & Sat 2.30pm

Churchill Theatre Bromley 

12 - 16 March 7.30pm; matinees Thus 2pm & Sat 2.30pm

Richmond Theatre
26 - 30 March 7.30pm; matinees Wed, Thurs & Sat 2.30pm

Liverpool Empire

2 - 6 April 7.30pm; matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm

Woking Theatre
9 - 13 Apr 7.30pm; matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm

Truro, Hall for Cornwall

16 - 20 April 7.30pm; matinees Wed, Thur & Sat 2.30pm

Hall for Cornwall Truro 

16 - 20 April, 7.30pm; matinees Thur & Sat 2.30pm

Blackpool Grand
23 - 27 April 7.30pm; matinees Wed, Thur & Sat 2.30pm

York Grand Opera House
30 Apr - 4 May 7.30pm; matinees Wed, Sat 2.30pm & Fri 3.30pm

Nottingham Theatre Royal
7 - 11 May 7.30pm; matinees Wed, Thur 2pm & Sat 2.30pm

New Theatre Hull
14 - 18 May 7.30pm; matinees Thur & Sat 2.30pm

Sunderland Empire
21 - 25 May 7.30pm; matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm

Alhambra Theatre Bradford
28 May - 1 June 7.30pm; matinees Wed 2pm & Sat 2.30pm

The Lowry 

4 June - 8 June 7.30pm; matinees Thur & Sat 2pm 



Age recommendation 12+

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Vera Chok 
Vera (she/they) was most recently seen on screen as series regular Honour Chen-Williams, head of the first ever East Asian family in a UK continuing drama (Hollyoaks, Channel 4). 

Further television credits include: Shen in Chimerica (Channel 4); Penelope in Chewing Gum (Channel 4); Maria in Cobra (Sky); Shen in Fortitude 3 (Sky).

Theatre includes: Burnt at the Stake, or The Whole of the Truth (Shakespeare’s Globe); Winter’s Tale and Harlequinade (Garrick Theatre); Chimerica (Almeida and West End transfer); The Hard Problem and World of Extreme Happiness (National Theatre); Twelfth Night (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); L’Etranger (Coronet); The Paper Man (European tour).

Radio includes: Inspector Hong in Red Mandarin Dress (BBC 4); Anh in Brief Lives (BBC 4); Ming Ming in Rhinoceros in Love (BBC 3); and Nieu in Dostoevsky and the Chickens (BBC 3) for which they were nominated for Best Debut Performance in an Audio Drama.

Vera played the lead in award-winning independent feature film, Dream Agency, produced by Forest Fringe, which premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2022.



Jay McGuiness 
Jay McGuiness is best known as a vocalist in the boy band The Wanted. Their debut single, "All Time Low," hit the No. 1 spot on the U.K. singles chart and the band went on to have a further 2 No. 1 singles and 5 Top 10 singles including the global hit ‘Glad You Came’. The Wanted toured the world notching up hit after hit appearing on the biggest TV shows and winning awards aplenty. In 2021, they reformed, releasing their greatest hits album, Most Wanted, and embarked on a 12 date UK arena tour in the spring of 2022. 

Jay has a song and dance background, starting with dance classes in his early teens, Jay later attended The Midlands academy of Dance and Drama in Nottingham, close to his home town of Newark. After taking a break from The Wanted in 2013, Jay was confirmed as a celebrity contestant in Strictly Come Dancing 2015 and was partnered with professional dancer Aliona Vilani. The couple stole the public’s hearts with their graceful and energetic routines, becoming the runaway series winners and gaining the coveted Glitterball trophy. Their now infamous Jive to the music from Pulp Fiction has become the show’s most watched routine ever amassing over 8 million hits on You Tube. The routine was also voted Strictly’s BEST EVER dance by BBC Strictly viewers in December 2020 

In 2016, Jay starred in the musical version of the Tom Hanks movie ‘Big! in Dublin playing the lead role of Josh Baskin. Jay reprised the role in 2019 in the West End at the Dominion Theatre to rave reviews.  In 2020, Jay again took the lead role of Sam in the West End production of Sleepless, A Musical Romance at London’s Troubadour theatre based on the movie Sleepless in Seattle. Jay’s other theatre work includes starring in Rip It Up, a 60’s song and dance show at London’s Garrick Theatre and most recently taking the lead role of Bob Wallace in the touring production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas in 2022.

In May 2023, Jay announced that he was now adding yet another string to his bow as a published author. His debut fantasy novel ‘Blood Flowers’, published by Scholastic UK, is slated for release in February 2024. 

Jay has also done his fair share of TV work competing in (and winning) a celebrity version of the Channel 4 show, Hunted, raising money for Stand Up To Cancer alongside one of his former band mates. Earlier this year, Jay took part in Richard Osman’s House of Games where he again won the weekly battle to take the champion’s trophy. Jay has also presented regular features for BBC’s The One Show fronting films on topics as diverse as Music education in schools and Veganism. 



George Rainsford 
George Rainsford is most known for playing series regular Ethan Hardy in Casualty for BBC1, for which he won the Inside Soap Award Best Drama Star 2017. He has also been nominated for both National Television Awards and TV Choice Awards for Best Actor on several occasions.

Other Television credits include Holby City (BBC), Jimmy (Semi Regular) in two series of Call the Midwife (BBC), Law & Order UK (ITV), Secret Diary of a Call Girl (ITV), Luke Boyd (Semi Regular) in Waking the Dead (BBC) & JJ Bell (Semi Regular) in Doctors (BBC).

Film credits include The Monkey’s Paw, Waiting for Dawn, Wild Target and Souvenirs.

Theatre credits include Wish You Were Dead, UK Tour, Love, Love, Love and The Changing Room at the Royal Court, All’s Well That Ends Well (*Ian Charleson Award Commendation) and Chatroom / Citizenship at the Royal National Theatre, Roald Dahl’s Twisted Tales for the Lyric Hammersmith / Liverpool Playhouse, Days of Significance for the RSC, The Man and Men Without Shadows at the Finborough Theatre, Carrot/Playlist and Miles to Go at Latitude Festival, Polar Bear at the Birmingham Rep, The Three Musketeers at the Bristol Old Vic and The 24 Hour Plays at the Old Vic.



Fiona Wade 
Fiona Wade is a talented and accomplished actress, widely recognised for her remarkable contributions to British television. With a career spanning over two decades, Fiona has become a household name in the UK. She is best known for her role as Priya Sharma in the long-running and beloved soap opera "Emmerdale". Fiona Wade has also showcased her talent on various other television programs, including appearances on popular shows such as; "Grange Hill", "Where the Heart Is" and "Waterloo Road".



Danny Robins - Writer
Danny Robins is an award-winning writer and journalist. He created The Battersea Poltergeist, an 8-part podcast that combined drama and documentary to tell a real-life ghost story, starring Toby Jones and Dafne Keen. It became a global phenomenon – the #1 Drama Podcast across the whole world, including the US, and sparked a bidding war for the TV rights. Danny is now adapting it for TV with Hollywood producers Blumhouse. The series recently won the Gold Award for Best Serialised Podcast at the 2021 New York Festivals Radio Awards.

Danny’s first stage play, Rudy’s Rare Records, co-commissioned by Birmingham Rep and Hackney Empire was a critical and commercial success (“A wonderful funny, humane play.” The Daily Telegraph). The follow up was the acclaimed End of the Pier at London’s Park Theatre (“A tour de force” Sunday Times) His debut radio drama The Most Wanted Man in Sweden was nominated for the Writers’ Guild’s Tinniswood Award. He has created and written various shows for TV and radio, including the Bafta-nominated hit series Young Dracula, Rudy’s Rare Records and The Cold Swedish Winter. He also presented the podcast series Haunted. His new 15 part podcast series, Uncanny, for BBC Sounds and BBC Radio 4, exploring real-life ghost stories, launched on October 20th. “A contemporary Van Helsing… like Bram Stoker’s character, he’s a paranormal hunting polymath…” Sunday Times



Matthew Dunster - Director
Matthew is an Olivier-nominated director, a playwright and actor. Matthew directed Martin McDonagh’s A Very Very Very Dark Matter (The Bridge), and Hangmen (Royal Court, The Wyndhams, West End, and at The Atlantic). Directing credits include: True West (The Vaudeville, West End); Oedipus (Bunkamura Theatre, Tokyo); Liberian Girl (Royal Court); The Seagull, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Open Air Theatre); Love’s Sacrifice (RSC); Imogen, Much Ado About Nothing, Doctor Faustus (Shakespeare’s Globe); Love the Sinner (National Theatre); Mametz (National Theatre Wales); Before the Party (Almeida Theatre); A Sacred Flame (English Touring); You Can See the Hills, 1984, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, Macbeth (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Mogadishu (Royal Exchange Manchester and Lyric Hammersmith). 



Isabel Marr - Director
Isabel is a Theatre Director born and raised in London with a passion for new writing. She recently directed and curated Deep Night, Dark Night in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe, a series of horror plays featuring new writing by Jeanette Winterson, Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and Diana Evans. Isabel has worked extensively as an Associate Director both on and off the West End. As an associate director at Shakespeare’s Globe she ran two year-long international touring companies, looking after six plays that played across the world. Isabel has also worked as a Casting Associate on feature films including Benjamin and Pond Life (Open Palm Films) and frequently works in TV development. She studied at Oxford University.

Credits as Director include: Deep Night, Dark Night (Shakespeare’s Globe); Terrifying Women (Golden Goose Theatre); NSFW (Edinburgh Fringe/Oxford Playhouse); Jumpy (Oxford Playhouse); Saved (Oxford Playhouse); Look Back in Anger (Edinburgh Fringe).

Credits as Associate Director include: The Pillowman (West End); The Unfriend (West End); John Gabriel Borkman (Bridge Theatre); The Southbury Child (Bridge Theatre); Twelfth Night; PericlesThe Comedy of Errors; The Taming of TheShrew; The Merchant of Venice (all Shakespeare’s Globe, National and International Tour), John Gabriel Borkman (Bridge Theatre)

As Assistant Director: Macbeth; The Secret Theatre; The Inn at Lydda; The Tempest (all Shakespeare’s Globe).

Anna Fleischle - Set Designer
Anna is an award-winning set and costume designer, working internationally in theatre, opera and dance. Her work is infused with the psychological drama and subtext of the play.

Theatre Includes: Once Upon A One More Time (upcoming, Nederlander, 2021); Hamlet (upcoming, Young Vic, 2021); A Kind of People, The Kid Stays in the Picture (& Complicité), Hangmen (& West End/Broadway, 2016 Olivier Award Winner for Best Set Design) and Liberian Girl (Royal Court); Death of A Salesman (Young Vic/West End); Hedda Tesman (Chichester Festival); Two Ladies, A German Life, A Very Very Very Dark Matter (Bridge); Home, I’m Darling (2019 Olivier Award Nomiee for Best Set Design and Best Costume Design.Theatr Clwyd/National/West End.); The Writer, Before the Party (Almeida); The Way of the World (Donmar); Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Crucible; Sheffield; West End; UK tour; Korea); MuchAdo About Nothing, Troilus and Cressida (Globe); Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Old Vic); Beware of Pity (Schaubühne, Berlin/Complicité); Tiger Bay (Wales Millennium Centre/Cape Town Opera); Terror (Lyric, Hammersmith); Don Juan in Soho (West End); Rent: 20th Anniversary Production (St James/Theatr Clwyd/UK tour); The Exorcist (Birmingham Rep/West End/UK tour); The Two Noble Kinsmen, Cymbeline, Love’s Sacrifice (RSC); Henry V (Regent’s Park Open Air); Before I Leave (National Theatre Wales); The End of Longing (West End); John (National/DV8/International Tour); West Side Story, Blindsided, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, Rat’s Tales (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Can We Talk About This (National/DV8/International tour/Sydney Opera House); Love The Sinner (National); As You Like It (Curve, Leicester); You Can See The Hills, Love and Money (2007 Olivier Award Nominee For Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate TheatreRoyal Exchange, Manchester/Young Vic).

Opera includesOrfeo (upcoming, Vienna Staatsoper, 2022); Weimar Nightfall: Seven Deadly Sins (LA Philharmonic); Don Giovanni, Iphigenie en Tauride, Paul Bunyan, King Priam (English Touring Opera);Candide (Opéra National de Lorraine); Zaide (Sadler’s Wells/Classical Opera Company/UK tour).

Dance includes: Message In A  Bottle (Sadler’s Wells); Second Coming (Scottish Dance Theatre). John; Can We Talk About This (National/DV8/International tour/Sydney Opera House).

Screen includesMonologue Hub / Soliloquy (Underexposed Arts).

Installations includeThe Unforgotten (Young Vic).

Fellowships include: Founding Member of Scene/Change (2020 – present); Associate Artist, Young Vic (2020 – present); Board Member, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre (2019 - present); Ambassador for PiPA (2019 – present).

Awards include: Olivier Award for Best Set Design (2016), Critics’ Circle Best Designer Award (2015) and Evening Standard Award for Best Design (2015) (Hangmen); Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Opera (2014) (King Priam / Paul Bunyan).

Cindy Lin - Costume Designer
Cindy Lin a set and costume designer for live performance with a background in filmmaking. Cindy ultimately transitioned into live performance when she trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (MA Theatre Design). Her film background combined with a passion for live performance gives her a unique approach to visual storytelling that inspires atmospheric design. Theatre credits include: Screwdriver (Lyric Hammersmith), Actually (Trafalgar Studios), Dismantle This Room (Royal Court Theatre and Bush Theatre), Breathe (Bunker Theatre), Hurricane Protest Songs (Graeae), Electra (RWCMD). 

Opera credits include: Madam Butterfly (OperaUpClose), Faust AlbertaOrpheus and Eurydice (Opera in the City Festival). Dance credits include: Heist (Zoielogic). In addition, Cindy is part of the Old Vic 12 2020-2021 cohort, a Royal Opera House bursary recipient in 2017, and a Linbury Prize finalist in 2015.

Lucy Carter - Lighting Designer
Lucy Carter is a multi-award winning, critically acclaimed Lighting Designer. She was awarded the 2018 Critics Circle National Dance Award for Outstanding Contribution to Dance. She is a two-time winner of the prestigious Knight of Illumination Award for Dance for Chroma (2008) and for Woolf Works (2015); winner of the 2013 TMA Achievement award in Opera for Lohengrin; and the 2004 Olivier Dance Award for 2 Human. Theatre credits include: Escaped Alone, Coriolanus (Crucible Theatre); Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (West End & UK Tour); On the Town (Hyogo Performing Arts, Japan); Home, I’m Darling (National Theatre and West End); The Almighty Sometimes (The Royal Exchange); Oil (Almeida); The End of Longing (West End); Medea, Emil and the Detectives, Blurred Lines and Husband and Sons (National Theatre).Opera credits include: Orphée (ENO); Katya Kabanova (Royal Opera House - Best New Opera Production, Olivier Awards 2019); Hansel and Gretel (Royal Opera House); Werther (Bergen National Opera); Elektra (Goteborg Opera); Lohengrin (Greek National Opera, Polish National Opera, Welsh National Opera); La Finta Giardiniera (Glyndebourne, Teatro alla Scala); Peter Grimes (Aldeburgh on the Beach); Salomé, The Dream of Gerontius (ENO at The Royal Festival Hall). Dance credits include: McGregor and Mugler, Woolf Works, Obsidian Tear, Afterite, Yugen, Multiverse, Chroma and Autobiography with long-term collaborator Wayne McGregor; Threshold (Le Patin Libre); The Most Incredible Thing (Sadlers Wells & Charlotte Ballet). Other credits include: lighting design for Gareth Pugh’s Women’s Collection in London Fashion Week 2017 and 2019, and Paloma Faith’s performance at the Brit Awards 2015.

Ian Dickinson for Autograph - Sound Designer
Recent credits: Fracked (Chichester) Before I Leave (Cardiff) Elegy, Roots (Donmar), Uncle Vanya (Almeida), Husbands And Sons (National), Hangmen (Royal Court/Wyndhams/Broadway) The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Olivier Award and Drama Desk Award - Apollo / National Theatre/Broadway); Jerusalem (royal Court, West End and Broadway, Olivier Award Best sound design) This House, Port (National Theatre); The River (Royal Court and Broadway). The Nether (Royal Court/West End) Loves Sacrifice (RSC), Rules For Living and The Red Lion (National) The Days the Nights the Wounds and The Night (Linbury Studio); A Taste of Honey, Emil and the Detectives (National Theatre); The Weir (Wyndhams); (Donmar / Radio 3); The Machine (Manchester International Festival); Company (west end and Broadway), Small Island (National Theatre), Uncle Vanya ( Harold Pinter theatre),  This House (West End), Angels in America ( National Theatre), Europe(Donmar), The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (Bridge Theatre).

For Regent’s Park: All My Sons, To Kill a Mockingbird, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Other theatre includes: (Mogadishu, 1984, Macbeth Fatherland, (Royal Exchange, Manchester; Cause Célèbre (Old Vic); After the Dance, Harper Regan, The Hothouse, Pillars of the Community (National Theatre); John Gabriel Borkman (Abbey Theatre, Dublin / Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York); Bingo (Young Vic); Before the Party, Children’s Children (Almeida); South Downs, The Browning Version (Chichester).

For more information visit Autograph.

Matilda James CDG - Casting Director
Matilda is a freelance casting director and creative producer from Cornwall, working on projects for theatre and screen. She was Head of Casting for Shakespeare's Globe from 2012 to 2017, where she cast over 50 shows for the Globe and Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, including Hamlet Globe to Globe which toured to every country in the world between 2014-2016 and was granted UNESCO patronage.

Recent projects include with the Barbican, York Theatre Royal and Kyiv City Ballet, #Merky Films, and Citizens of the World, the UK's leading choir for people seeking sanctuary and asylum.

Other theatre includes: Family Tree by Mojisola Adebayo (ATC / Belgrade Theatre Coventry / Brixton House); Gin Craze! by April de Angelis (Northampton Royal & Derngate / ETT); A Woman of No Importance and Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde (both for Classic Spring / NIMAX); Farinelli and the King (Shakespeare's Globe / Sonia Friedman Productions / Belasco Theatre NYC).


Tristan Baker & Charlie Parsons for Runaway Entertainment – Producer
Founded in 2011 by Tristan Baker and Charlie Parsons, Runaway Entertainment is an independent theatre and film production company. Currently running in the West End, the award winning 2:22 – A Ghost Story (Noël Coward, Gielgud, Criterion, Lyric and LA) and Disney’s Newsies. Runaway commissioned and produced the Tony and Olivier award-winning and critically acclaimed Conor McPherson/Bob Dylan musical Girl From The North Country, which is currently on tour in the UK following Broadway, the Old Vic, the Noël Coward, the Gielgud, Toronto’s Royal Alexandra and Australia.

Other productions include: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Olivier Award-winning In the HeightsThe Windsors: Endgame (Prince of Wales), the Olivier Award-winning production of The Railway Children at King’s Cross Theatre; Guys and Dolls in the West End and on tour; Footloose (West End, South Africa and UK tours); Flashdance (UK and international tour) and The Christmasaurus Live (Hammersmith Apollo).

Isobel David - Producer 
Isobel is a theatre producer who has been working across the commercial and subsidised sectors for the past 10 years. She is currently Producer at Runaway Entertainment, and particularly passionate about developing new and ambitious work for the stage. Recent shows include: 2:22 – A Ghost Story by Danny Robins (Noel Coward Theatre, Gielgud Theatre), The Windsors: Endgame, the stage adaptation of the hit TV show (Prince of Wales Theatre) and Girl From the North Country, the Conor McPherson / Bob Dylan musical (Broadway, previously the West End, The Public Theatre NYC, The Old Vic, and The Alexandra Theatre, Toronto). Isobel is also the co-founder of the award winning comedy production company Fight in the Dog, developing, supporting and producing exciting, ambitious and, crucially, funny live work, working closely with organisations such as the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Soho Theatre, VAULT Festival, New Diorama Theatre and The Pleasance and, as well touring venues across the country.

Kater Gordon - Producer 
Having worked in many aspects of theatre, television, and film, Kater now champions artists and storytellers as a producer.  She began her career in costumes at Williamstown Theatre Festival and later won an Emmy and two WGA awards for her writing on AMC’s hit television show Mad Men.  Current projects include the Olivier Award Nominated 2:22 — A Ghost Story (Noël Coward Theatre, Gielgud Theatre, Criterion Theatre, Ahmanson Theatre, Lyric Theatre), Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons (Harold Pinter), and Disney’s Newsies (Troubadour Wembley).  Other notable credits include Kathy and Stella Solve A Murder (Roundabout @Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe Festival), The Windsors: Endgame (Prince of Wales Theatre), Mum (SOHO Theatre), Leopards (Rose Theatre Kingston), Caucasian Chalk Circle (Rose Theatre Kingston) and Sally Cookson’s Peter Pan (The National at Troubadour White City).  

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