Stick Lady Love
Theatre includes: Richard II (Shakespeare's Globe), The Vortex (British Theatre Playhouse, Singapore), Chevalier D'eon (Oxford Playhouse, Cambridge Junction), The Boy Who Never Grew Up (Lyric Hammersmith & Tour), Abandonment (Soho Theatre), AD2050 (Young Vic Theatre, Library Theatre) Piglet (Soho Theatre, Cambridge Junction), Young Isack, Let Newton Be! (Menagerie, UK & US tour).
Film/TV includes: Diddy TV series 3 & 4 (Cbbc), Doctors (BBC), The Honourable Rebel.
Voice work includes: BBC Ask Anything, BBC Alphablocks, Ni No Kuni ll, Seasons After Fall, Planets : The Greatest Show in the Universe, Project X.
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Christopher Currie is a recent graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. His professional work includes working with Mischief Theatre on the UK tour of the Olivier award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong, and playing the lead in the premiere of its Christmas spin-off The Nativity Play Goes Wrong for the Reading Repertory Company. He recently played Henry Forest in Les Enfants Terribles' theatrical feast, The Game's Afoot. Whilst training at Guildhall, he played a range of roles which included King Oedipus, Avram in the musical production of Rags, Eliot in Coward's Private Lives, Smike in Nicholas Nickleby, Pinchwife in A Country Wife and Bobby in Sondheim's Company. He was selected as a finalist for the School's verse speaking competition at the National Theatre and selected to represent the School at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Musician / Various
Stick Man marks Euan’s professional debut since recently graduating from Rose Bruford.
His credit’s whilst training include: Grandfather Winforton-Webb in Constance and Sinestra (In collaboration with Action To The Word), Timo/MD in Island Song, Evgenyi Dorn in The Seagull and Lucius Andronicus in Titus Andronicus.
Company Stage Manager
Early in Steve’s career he discovered the playground that is “theatre” and after a long and notable spell working worldwide with West-End and Broadway shows such as “Tap Dogs”, and “Kat and the Kings” and as well as a 12 month stint with Sarah Brightman in the USA - he jumped off the tour bus to join Birmingham Royal Ballet as Deputy Head of Lighting.
Move on five successful years with BRB, and Steve co-founded a successful video production company “Slinky Productions” and is extremely proud it now employs over 12 full time staff.
Steve's recent credits include “Ray and Liz” (BBC) “Sleeping Beauty” (UK Productions) and “The Tiger who came to tea” (Nick Brooke Ltd.)
Steve is excited to be joining the Freckle family, and looking forward to helping create the magic on the Stick Man UK tour.
Mark trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, graduating in 2003.
Theatre credits include: Stick Man (Scamp Theatre), Hetty Feather (Kenny Wax), The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre), Cinderella: A Fairytale, The Ugly Duckling (Travelling Light/Tobacco Factory), I See Myself As A Bit Of An Indiana Jones Type Figure (Old Red Lion), Julius Caesar (Barbican Theatre) Riddance (Traverse Theatre) Twelfth Night, Flora The Red Menace, Peter Pan, Dumbstruck and Scenes From An Execution (Dundee Rep).
TV: Heartbeat (ITV) Witches (Sky TV)
Film: In The Sleep Of Ignorance (Self Help Productions)