COVID-19 UPDATE

Following recent announcements performances are currently suspended until 28 January. All ticket holders will be contacted by their point of sale. Performance cancellations are being reviewed on a rolling basis.

Our ticketing team will be in touch about bookings during the affected period. Please bear with us during these very busy times and continue to support us by staying with us and exchanging your tickets for a future performance. WE WILL BE BACK.

Marlon G. Day
Jamie's Dad


Training: Birmingham School of Acting.

Television includes: Al Wakeham in Coronation Street (ITV); Chris in Kiss of Death (Talos/October Films); Guy Goodey in 4 O’Clock Club (BBC); Harvey Simpson in Suspicion (October Films); Coronation Street (ITV); Josh Trimmer in Doctors (BBC); Charlie Pollard in Dark Matters (Wide-Eyed Entertainment); Leroy in Breaking the Business – pilot (311 Films); Jim in Ideal 2 (Baby Cow Productions/BBC) and The Chase (Rollem Productions).

Film includes: Mark in 90 Minutes (El Capitan); Holt in Deny Everything (Reality Shift Productions); Ticket Clerk in Pride (Pathe); B in Hackney’s Finest (Iona Films/Framestore); Barman in I Against I (Stray Dogs Films); Young Bert in The Fallen (Channel Four); Ray in Private Life (Mad Cat Films) and Darren in Two Heels and a Baby (Community Rites).

Theatre includes: Les in Bouncers (Liverpool Royal Court); History in Patience (Bush Theatre); Lloyd in Meat (Albany Theatre); Henry Ross in Harriet Tubman; Rakesh in Tryst With Destiny (Tara Theatre); Leonardo in Blood Wedding (Southwark Playhouse); Boy in A Taste of Honey; Peter in A Big Stuff (Arts Depot); Ty in Safe – workshop (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Xeneca in Tempting Cannibal (Contact Theatre); Edward in Spark (M6 Theatre); Lucas in Cooling Off; Sergeant in Live & Direct (Contact Theatre); Anthony in Lyrikal Flavas (Contact Theatre); Son in My Fathers House and Jonessey in The Street Nobody Knows (London New Play Festival).

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