My Mother Said I Never Should Casting

We are delighted to announce the cast of My Mother Said I Never Should in 2019.

(From left to right) Judith Paris, Lisa Burrows, Kathryn Ritchie, Rebecca Birch.

Judith Paris plays Doris Partington.

For the company, credits include Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest.

Judith trained at the Royal Ballet School and danced with the company. She was a member of the Royal National Theatre for eleven years and the RSC for three seasons and has performed extensively on the West End stage, both in straight drama and in musical theatre. Judith made her Broadway debut in Medea with Diana Rigg and returned there in 2005 in the RSC production of Hecuba with Vanessa Redgrave. Judith’s long list of theatre work includes In The Dead of Night, No Way To Treat A Lady, Hobson’s Choice and My Fair Lady.

TV credits include Eldrad in Dr Who, Vita Sackville-West in All Passion Spent, A Touch Of Frost, Lynda La Plante’s Mind Games and The Various Ends Of Mrs F’s Friends.

Among Judith’s extensive film credits are a number directed by Ken Russell: Dance Of The Seven Veils, Prisoners Of Honor with Richard Dreyfuss, The Devils, Isadora Duncan and Dante’s Inferno with Oliver Reed.

Lisa Burrows plays Margaret Bradley.

For the company, credits include Katie in Love in the Title and Diana in Absent Friends.

Theatre includes: Drowning on Dry Land (National Tour), Humble Boy (National Tour), Night Maze (Nottingham Playhouse), Tinder Box and Silks, Spices & Spirits (Forest Forge), The Lottie Project, Puss in Boots and The Secret Garden (Polka Theatre, Wimbledon), The Crystal Den (New End Theatre), Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth (Shakespearean Young People’s Theatre Co.) Silent Paddy & Queen Vic and So where’s Charlie? (The Emery Theatre), Relentless Perfection (Leighton House), Cloud Nine (The Palace Theatre, Westcliff-on-Sea), Billy’s Friend and Lip Gloss (White Horse Theatre Company).

Television & Film include: Thackeray’s Women (BBC), Dreamworld (BBC), Baby’s Angels, Playing by the Rules, David’s Dream and Love Connection.

Kathryn Ritchie plays Jackie Metcalfe.

Credits for the company include After Miss Julie and Absent Friends.

Further credits include The 39 Steps, Arsenic and Old Lace, Dear Brutus and Little Shop of Horrors (Pitlochry Festival Theatre), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Torch Theatre, Milford Haven), Tess of the D’Urbervilles (UK tour), Measure for Measure (Courtyard Theatre) and the original cast of The Railway Children at Waterloo Station (York Theatre Royal/The Touring Consortium).

Rebecca Birch plays Rosie Metcalfe.

My Mother Said I Never Should marks Rebecca’s debut for LCT.

Theatre credits include: The Sea (NT Studios), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lyric Hammersmith, Filter Theatre), The Secret Seven (Storyhouse), Alice in Wonderland (Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre), The Beggar’s Opera (Storyhouse), A Tale of Two Cities (Royal and Derngate/Touring Consortium), Relative Values (Harold Pinter Theatre/Theatre Royal Bath), Variation on a Theme (Finborough), Health Wealth (Old Vic New Voices), Pygmalion (Garrick Theatre/Chichester Festival Theatre) and The Master Builder (Chichester Festival Theatre).

Television credits include: The Commuter – Electric Dreams: The World of Philip K Dick, (Leftbank Pictures for Channel 4/Sony Pictures); Victoria (Mammoth Pictures for ITV).

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