14 Nov 2012
With the Leeds run of The Ballad of Halo Jones having now reached its mid-point, TQS Magazine have published a very favourable review here.
The show returns this Saturday, November 17th, for two more performances at 12.30pm and 2.45pm, and tickets are still available to purchase online here or to buy on the door: £10 full price and £5 student concessions.
Above: a consumer (Adam Beresford) threatens Rodice (Sinead Parker) and Halo (Morag Peacock).
Below: more consumers - Winky the Incorrigible (Carly Tarett) and Zorn the Hygienic (Sean Mason).
7 Nov 2012
The Ballad of Halo Jones approaches! You can now watch the trailer for the Leeds Thought Bubble production on YouTube.
An article by Rob Ireland about the original run of Halo Jones has been re-published online to coincide with the new production. You can read it here.
Above: a Manhattan spaceyard crewman (Adam Beresford) bids farewell to the star liner Clara Pandy. Photo by Elysian Photography.
1 Nov 2012
Tickets are now on sale for the Thought Bubble performances of The Ballad of Halo Jones in Leeds on Sunday 11th, Monday 12th and Saturday 17th November. They can be purchased from WeGotTickets.com at this link. Full price tickets are £10 and concessions (including students) £5.
We can now announce our brilliant new cast members: Morag Peacock, who recently starred in the acclaimed Storm Mine at the Lass O'Gowrie, is the indefatigable Halo Jones. Her best friend Rodice Olsun will be played by Sinead Parker, of the acclaimed Manchester Comedy duo Norris and Parker. Carly Tarett, a regular performer with ComedySportz UK and also the writer and performer of hit one-woman shows in both the UK and Canada, such as Princess Dee: the Diana Story Retold and Sinful, plays Brinna. Halo's best friend on the Clara Pandy, Toy Molto, is played by Leni Murphy, who received such favourable reviews for her performances in Robots of Death and The Year of the Sex Olympics. Adam Beresford, whose TV credits include Shameless and Occupation, will be playing several roles including the Terrorist and the Terran Army Sergeant. And completing the cast, along with original stars Zoe Iqbal, Will Hutchby and Marlon Solomon, Halo's 'little sister' Ludy will be played Ellie Beesley, in her first professional stage role.
Above: Brinna, Halo, Rodice and a Glombie watch the fly-past of the majestic star liner Clara Pandy. Photo by Elysian Photography.