Latest Alumni News

Our alumni have been busy creating and performing, read on for some of their latest news!

In May Amy Trigg will bring Reason’s You Shouldn(n’t) Love Me, recently awarded the Women’s Prize for Playwriting, to Kiln Theatre.

Hot on the heels of receiving a 2021 Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund in Musical Theatre, Mountview grad Beth Hinton-Lever appeared in Newspaper Edition 3, a satirical take on what it means to be getting ‘back to normal’, at the Royal Court.

Oscar Conlon-Murrey has been revealed as one of the suspects in the virtual murder mystery musical experience, A Killer Party, from 26 April to 23 May.

Mariana Lafón is currently presenting Shaken at The Actors Centre until 16 May.

Huge congratulations to our MA Creative Producing grad Tanya Truman whose production of On Cloud Nine has been nominated for an OnComm award!

Been binging the latest series of reality TV gameshow The Circle this lockdown? If so, you will have seen our grad Scott Paige – or should we say Nana Dot? Watch all episodes here.

Luke Bayer is appearing in online production  I Wish My Life Were Like a Musical, exploring the highs and lows of being a musical theatre performer, from the King’s Head Theatre.

Megan Jarvie has joined the cast of Together Sitcom.

You can catch Sabrina Grant presenting new show Saved and Remade, available on BBC iPlayer now.

We’re excited to see our alumni Luke Kelly, Faye Wheeler, Claudia Kariuki, Ashley Goh and Miiko Toiviainen performing in Pride at the Palace, a concert to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community, in aid of the Terrence Higgins Trust.

Gregor Duncan is appearing in People Like Us, a new-age, online concert, coming this Spring.

Andy Brady will be appearing in the UK tour of Heathers the Musical

James Muldoon recently appeared in I Can See Your Voice on BBC1.

Hannah May Jessop‘s short film Crowning is currently in post-production, and has been produced my fellow alum Elisha Mistretta and features grad Kamilah Shorey.

Anna Soden performed in and created an adaptation of Five Children and It also featuring fellow alum Joe Feeney, in partnership with York Theatre Royal and Explore York Libraries. The piece then moves to the Crucible at Sheffield Theatres in May.

Stanton Wright has co-produced The Platform, a new online showcase celebrating talent across the industry.

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.