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De Profundis

The Little Angel

The Little Angel tells the story of Sashka, a troubled boy with seemingly nothing to live for. His parents are violent, selfish and unsympathetic, it seems like Sashka’s life is spiralling out of control until one profound evening he sees ‘The Little Angel’ hanging on the Christmas tree and his life is inexplicably changed forever. It is moving, funny and full of heart.

The Little Angel was first performed at the Mechanics' Theatre in Wakefield in February 2017. Following that it played at the Great Yorkshire Fringe in August 2017. Further dates are planned in 2018 in both London and Manchester.

De Profundis

De Profundis

De Profundis is a musical monologue, a dramatisation of the letter Oscar Wilde wrote to his long-term lover Lord Alfred Douglas (Bosie ) from his prison cell in Reading Jail. De Profundis, which roughly translates as ‘the depths of the soul’, is a deeply confessional letter, which has a very clear emotional, philosophical and rational arc. The show won the Leicester Square Theatre 'New Musical Theatre Project' in 2014, beating over a hundred other entries and went on to recieve unanimous critical acclaim. The show is still performed, most recently at the Festival of Education in Shanghai in Ocotber 2015.

When I Say When

When I say when...

When I say when! is a modern musical love story. Rose, an actress, who’s once celebrated career is no longer what it was, has an unexpected encounter with Handyman Max. Although they are an unlikely pairing, during their time together they discover new truths about themselves and find strange comfort in their differences.

Timble Man

Timble Man (An un-extraordinary life)

Is a work in progress and will be part II in our trilogy of musical monologues of an autobiographical nature and is based on the diary of Dalesman John Dickenson (1844-1912).

The Money Note Club

The Money Note Club

The Money Note Club is Actual Size's unique take on a thoroughly entertaining night of musical theatre. Previous shows have incorporated West End names such as Julia Worsley (Evita), Paul Francis-Monaghan (Cats) and Norman Bowman (Les Miserables) as well as a host of local young talent performing songs from both classic and modern musicals to make a show suitable for all lovers of musical theatre young old and anywhere in between.

The Money Note Club is a touring production, most recently staged at the Gorundlings Theatre, Portsmouth. Who knows where it might pop up next, keep an eye on our Upcoming Shows page and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date with news about forthcoming shows.

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