Proforca Theatre Company presents Lately by James Lewis, directed by David Brady, which makes its debut at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre in Spring 2020, a story about the dreams we never realise, the places we can never leave and the people that bring us back down to earth again.
Cal & Alf. Callum & Alison. They were supposed to be part of each other’s lives forever, if only the universe had let it happen the way it should.
But whoever they were before, they’re different people now. The universe that sent them spinning into free-fall throws them together again when the boy who ran away becomes the man that returns to face the music.
And the question that the universe needs to answer most of all now is -Just whatever did happen to Callum Miles?
Proforca Theatre Company is the managing company in residence at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre, Kentish Town and this new show is part of a brave new season of work from some of London’s newest and most exciting fringe theatre-makers.
Lately is their latest piece of new writing following the recent critically acclaimed productions of Feel (2018 / 2019 London & Tour) and At Last (2019, Lion & Unicorn & Albany Theatre, Coventry.)and features our cast for their first production as Associate Artists for the Company.
Lately features Anthony Fagan as “Cal” and Gabrielle Nellis-Pain as “Alf”. Anthony Is a graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Previous credits have included “Glitter Punch” (Some Riot Theatre, Vault Festival). “Will Power” (Theatre N16) “Romeo & Juliet” (Union Theatre). Anthony is also an accomplished pantomime actor, having previously performed at Elgiva Theatre, Chesham and past and forthcoming seasons at the Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne.
Gabrielle’s credits include “Jekyll & Hyde” (Arrows & Traps, London & Tour), “Boys” (Stockwell Playhouse) “Romeo & Juliet” (Union Theatre) and other notable performances at Edinburge Fringe Festival and Vaults Festival. Gabrielle is part of Far Cry Theatre who are Associate Artists of the Lion and Unicorn Theatre.
Lately is at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre 28th April – 9th May 2020.