Lucy
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2010 Promenade Performance


Allan Scott-Douglas - Breunor

Edinburgh-born actor and singer Allan, has worked on various theatrical and musical productions since graduating with distinction from QMUC's BA Acting degree course in 2006. Allan has appeared in musicals including as Robert Burns in 'Ae Fond Kiss' and as Jamie Fraser in ‘Outlander – The Musical’. Previous shows with Siege Perilous include ‘Suspicious Minds’ and as Breunor in last year’s production of ‘King Arthur’


Andrew Hainey - Mordred

Andrew got his first real break playing Hamlet (2008) and Antonio in 'Merchant of Venice' (2009) both amateur performances. His desire to act has been with him since a young age and he has spent time honing his skills but strives to gain more experience. Andrew seeks to further his career by working in all mediums of the arts field pertaining to acting.


Anne Kane Howie - Morgan Le Fay

Theatre includes: ‘Lest We Forget’, Lemon Tree & Dundee Rep; ‘Sequence of Events’ & ‘Silence in Court’, Emerald Blue; ‘Measure for Measure’, Dundee Rep; ‘Self-Help’, Siege Perilous; ‘Street Art’, Tristan Bates. TV/film includes: Eastenders (BBC) and Hit (Mothcatcher Productions). Anne played Morgan Le Fay in the original ‘King Arthur’ cast. She appears next in ‘Doorways’ in Drumorty (Lemon Tree, Dundee Rep and tour).


Calum Barbour - Perceval

In his most notable performance, Calum played Guildenstern in a school production of "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead". During the same year, he was also cast in "The Merchant of Venice" as Gratiano, and "Guys and Dolls” as Harry the Horse. Calum has achieved his HNC in Acting and Performance at Edinburgh’s Telford College, and is continuing his HND next year.


Ian Sexon - Arthur

Ian is a vastly experienced actor having played roles on TV, film and theatre since graduating from RSAMD in 1984. he is in demand as a presenter and voiceover artist and can add directing and producing to those credits. He is delighted to be reprising his role of King Arthur for us again.


Ian Watt - Merlin

Ian reprises his role as Merlin from the 2009 production. Credits include “Legend of the BBC”, “A Very Scottish Autopsy”, “CUT!”, “The Emotional Life of Furniture”, “There’s Gold in Them There Hills! Recently performed as Rat-catcher & time traveller in “The Siege of Leith” with Citadel Arts. Ian has appeared on TV & radio and toured his own show “John Laurie: Frazer & I” drawing admiration from Dad’s Army creator Jimmy Perry.


Neil Thomas - Gawain

Since graduating with a BA Acting from QMUC in 2006, Neil has worked in TV and theatre, as well as directing and writing some of his own productions. He has appeared at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh three times, most recently as John Darling in ‘Peter Pan’. Neil is delighted to be joining the cast for this production of ‘King Arthur’.


Nelly Morrison - Guinevere

West End experience includes roles in ‘The Hired Man’; ‘Pirates of Penzance’; ‘Stepping Out’; ‘Starlight Express’; ‘Is There Life After High School’ (Donmar) and ‘Richard III’, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and The Music Man’ all at Regent’s Park. Rep Includes: ‘Chicago’ (Roxy Hart); ‘South Pacific’ (Nellie Forbush); ‘Macbeth’; ‘Into the Woods’; ‘Sweeney Todd’; ‘A Little Night Music’. TV includes: The Biz (BBC); Our Tune (Revelations); Lakeland S ymphony (Border). Also National Theatre of Scotland ‘Learn’ Team.


Pab Roberts - Kay

After featuring in ‘Roadkill’ at the Traverse this Fringe, Pab is due to start recording for the second in the series of Corrine V Davies' 'Ralph is (not) a...' series of children's books. Previous shows with Siege Perilous: 'Desk Job' and 'Night Duty'. Pab has also appeared at The Tron Theatre, The Arches, Oran Mor and Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Film: 'A Portentous Death', (with Shirley Henderson) directed by Eva Pervolovici.


Paul Comrie - Lancelot

Paul began acting in 2005 at Edinburgh's Telford College where he won the award for outstanding achievement. He is an ongoing student of Practical Aesthetics at Acting Coach Scotland. Theatre includes ‘The Curious Lives’ of Shakespeare and ‘Cervantes’ directed by Asa Palomera, ‘Self Help’/’Respect’ for Siege Perilious and ‘Under the Skin’ by Martin McNaughton. TV and film includes Taggart and Neds, directed by Peter Mullan.