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My Mother Said I Never Should Casting

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

(From left to right) Carole Dance, Connie Walker, Kathryn Ritchie, Felicity Houlbrooke.

Carole Dance plays Doris Partington. For the company her credits include Humble Boy, The Beauty Queen of Leenane and Equus. Her other credits include Absolute Hell, People (National Theatre), The Importance of Being Earnest, The Ladykillers (Vaudeville Theatre), Head Over Heels, Beauty and the Beast, Amy’s View (UK tour), The Old Masters (Comedy Theatre), A Spell of Cold Weather (Royal Exchange Theatre), and The Night Before Christmas and The Secret Garden (Polka Theatre).

Connie Walker plays Margaret Bradley and her credits for the company include The Beauty Queen of Leenane. Other theatre credits include Trestle (Southwark Playhouse), The March on Russia (Orange Tree Theatre), Death of a Salesman (Northampton Theatre Royal & UK tour), A Month of Sundays (Queens Theatre Hornchurch), FOLK (Birmingham Rep & UK tour), Seeing the Lights, Kes and Top Girls (New Vic Theatre), To Kill a Mockingbird (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre/UK tour/Barbican), As You Like It and Hay Fever (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Separate Tables (Chichester Festival Theatre), Happy Birthday Brecht (National Theatre), Mother Courage (New Wolsey Ipswich), Inside Out (Arcola Theatre/UK  tour) and Much Ado About Nothing (Manchester Royal Exchange). Television credits include New Tricks, The Vice and Blackpool. Film credits include The Darkest Light and What Do You See?.

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).

Felicity Houlbrooke plays Rosie Metcalfe. For the company her credits include The Importance of Being Earnest. Further credits include Hard Times (Oldham Coliseum), The Railway Children (King’s Cross Theatre), Echoes (Gilded Balloon, Arcola Theatre and 59E59, New York), The King’s Speech (Chichester Festival Theatre and Birmingham Repertory Theatre), Black Coffee (UK tour), The Diary of Anne Frank (York Theatre Royal & UK Tour) and Gore (Charing Cross Theatre).

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