Then Silence – cast announcement

I’m thrilled to announce the cast for our forthcoming development of Arne Lygre’s Then Silence.

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Brother – Peter Clements
Peter trained at Drama Centre London.

Recent theatre includes: The 39 Steps (Vienna’s English Theatre), Love Me Do (Watford Palace Theatre), US premiere of Remembrance of Things Past (92nd Street Y, New York), A Dashing Fellow (New Diorama); Afraid of the Dark (Charing Cross Theatre); All Saints (King’s Head Theatre); Interval (Arcola); Deathwatch (Roundhouse); Blackshirts (National Theatre Studio); The Criminals (Platform Theatre); Looking for Vi (Riverside Studios).

Television credits include: Escape from Sobibor for PBS America.

Film credits include: Fair Game, Just Visiting.


One – Peter Hobday

Peter trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London

Theatre includes: The Cherry Orchard (Young Vic), Bird (Forward Theatre Project, UK Tour); Say it with Flowers (Hampstead); On Misanthrope (Etcetera Theatre); Hugh (Arcola); Sold (Pleasance Courtyard); The Edge (New Diorama) and Divine Words (Central School of Speech and Drama).

Opera includes: The Way Back Home (Young Vic), Written on the Skin (Royal Opera House and European Tour).

Film includes: Roses in Winter.

Television includes: The Mimic.


Another – James Marchant

James trained at Drama Centre London.

Theatre credits include: The Straits (Paines Plough) and Mudlarks (The Bush).

Television credits include: All About George (ITV), Waking the Dead (BBC), Lie with Me (ITV), Eastenders (BBC), and Blackbeard (Dangerous Films). His film credits include Lake Placid 3 (Sony Pictures)


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