This is Billy’s second play with KDC after appearing in ‘Stags & Hens’ at The Landor Theatre. After a two year break, this will be his first production since ‘Shopping & F***ing’ at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2011. Drawn to playing comedy characters, other plays include ‘Boom Bang-a-Bang’, ‘Bacchus In Rehab’ (both at The Etcetera), ‘The Magnetic Lady’ (at The White Bear) and ‘Amore The Merrier?’ (at The Cockpit). Excited to return to the stage, Billy is delighted to be playing the character of Moon… and to try his hand at Geordie.
Dom Ward got into acting by accident, having been press-ganged into a production of The Entertainer in 2001. Having briefly cornered the market in romantic juveniles in shows such as A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and The Hot Mikado he’s since broadened his range, playing everything from the Devil (Brimstone and Treacle) to (the front half of) a pantomime horse. Dom is delighted that after 20 years of following Newcastle United around the country he can finally put all that Geordie swearing he’s learnt to good use.
Why aye KDC-goers! Nick is excited to be working with KDC again after a two year hiatus. Nick’s previous shows have included Blood Brothers, The Graduate, Taking Steps and most recently The Deep Blue Sea. He is particularly excited to be working with Duncan at the Baron’s Court again, after getting typecast as ‘Italian’ following his previous role as Anthony in ‘Disappeared’. Shout abuse at me on twitter @cwej1
After a 2 year hiatus Piers is back and playing a gangster. Promised he would be supplied with a yellow pair of tight speedos and performing at El Barons Courto in Costa Del Sol with Ray Winstone he is slightly disappointed to be presented with a mucky pair of white Y-fronts to be worn in rainy West Kensington, UK with 4 Geordies.
I was awarded this role ‘cos I’m the only Geordie in London, and KDC accept cheap bribes.