Cast Announcement – Too Much World at Once 12/01/2023

Every day brings us a little closer to touring our brant-new show Too Much World at Once, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! We’re so happy to be able to announce the cast for this exciting production…

Noble will be played by Paddy Stafford (he/him)

Paddy is from Derby.

After graduating the Manchester School of Theatre in 2020, he has worked on both stage and screen.

Paddy’s credits include; BFI, BBC, Not Too Tame, Derby Theatre, Greenwich Theatre, Jermyn Street Theatre.

Ellis will be played by Ewan Grant (he/him)

Ewan trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

His theatre credits include: Rob the Baker’s Boy in The Legend of Robin Hood (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds).

Credits whilst training include: Lord Arlington in Nell Gwynn; Billy Bigelow in Carousel; Gavroche in Les Misérables; John Bechdel in Fun Home; Willy/Dance Captain in Flora the Red Menace; Liam in Blister.

Fiona will be played by Alexandra Mathie (she/her)

Alexandra trained at LAMDA and works extensively in UK theatre and radio as well as making regular TV appearances on ‘Coronation Street’ and ‘Doctors’.

Frequent theatre appearances (includes five Off Broadway) in Scarborough (with Alan Ayckbourn), at Royal Exchange (Manchester), Royal Lyceum (Edinburgh), with Heroica Theatre Company and recently ‘Amadeus’ at the National Theatre.

Cleo will be played by Evie Hargreaves (she/her)

Evie is a northern actor who recently graduated from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Her credits include BBC’s Doctors’, and Miss Nobody for BBC Radio 4, for which she has been nominated for ‘Best Debut Performance’ at the BBC Audio Drama awards. She is thrilled to be making her professional stage debut with Box of Tricks.

Now you’ve seen our brilliant cast, there’s even more reason to book your tickets to this phenomenal production, coming to a theatre near you this Spring – opening at HOME Manchester on 3-11 March before touring nationwide until 22 April.

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