Alumni News

Here’s the latest news from some of our talented alumni as restrictions lift and live theatre returns!

Produced by our current MA Creative Producing student Tanya Truman, Mountview grad Paul Bradshaw‘s play The Barn, co-written with Naomi Miller, was live-streamed earlier this month from The Turbine Theatre.

Tyrone Huntley appeared in Edition 7 at Royal Court forming the final instalment of their Living Newspaper series featuring stories from young writers.

Efé Agwele, Harry Pudwell and Paul Croft will all be appearing in the immersive Doctor Who: Time Fracture due to open at the end of this month.

Piers Cottee-Jones‘s company, PC-J Entertainment, is associate producer on the Grammy and Olivier nominated Amélie which opens at The Criterion Theatre this May. PC-J Enterntainment also associate produces and Jamie Champan Dixon‘s company, Carter Dixon Productions, co-produces Death Drop at Garrick Theatre, which is returning to the West End this month. Piers and Jamie have also co-produced Wonderment which opens at Palace Theatre this July. Both grads were featured alongside fellow alum Damien Stanton in this Guardian article celebrating the next generation of theatre-makers!

This June grads Hiba Elchikhe, Alice Fearn, Emma Lindars will all appear in West End Live Lounge – The Greats at the Lyric Theatre. The concert will be raising funds for the Equity Charitable Trust

Alum Emily Rennie is producing Adrift at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden, opening next month.

Also in June, Priscilla Queen of the Desert recommences with Mountview grad Claudia Kariuki playing a Diva.

Anna Langford is Eponine in Les Miserables at The Regent Theatre in New Zealand which opened earlier this month.

Look out for Lewis Conway who is guest leading in an episode of Doctors on BBC One this month.

Our grads Rebecca Trehearn and Jonathan David Dudley will appear in the world premier of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella which opens at the Gillian Lynne theatre at the end of June.

Edi De Melo has been cast in The Play that Goes Wrong, which begins its UK tour at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury in July.

Our current MA Creative Producing student Alex Conder co-produces I Could Use A Drink this August. Grads Luke Bayer and Caroline Kay will be performing, live for one night only at the Garrick Theatre in August after a streamed run this month.

While we would love to mention every single alum’s latest work, the news doesn’t always reach us. If you are a Mountview graduate remember to let us know what you’re up to by emailing or tweeting @mountviewldn.