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Helen Sheals


Helen Sheals


For the New Vic: Merry Wives (Co-Production with Northern Broadsides).

At the New Vic: King Lear (Northern Broadsides).

Theatre credits include: Judy! (The Arts Theatre, West End); Through the Mill (Southwark Playhouse); The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Bolton Octagon); Judy and Liza (Liverpool Royal Court/UK Tour); In the Jungle of the Cities (Arcola); Quasimodo (Kings Head Theatre); Vieux Carre (Charing Cross Theatre); The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Hull Truck and UK Tour); One Night in November (Belgrade, Coventry); A Taste of Honey (Salisbury Playhouse); The Wars of the Roses trilogy (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Northern Broadsides); Gutted (Tristan Bates Theatre); Macbeth, Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Northern Broadsides); A Taste of Honey, Marat/Sade, Flare Path (Bristol Old Vic); Cabaret (Live Theatre, Newcastle); Regional Premiere/ first UK Tour of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Bristol Old Vic); Foreign Lands (New Wolsey, Ipswich); Confetti (Oval House/Chelsea Theatre); The Magic Box (BAC); The Fifteen Streets (York Theatre Royal/UK Tour); Three Sisters, Julius Caesar, The Churchill Play, Divine Gossip, The Will (RSC); St Joan (Sir Anthony Quayle’s Compass Theatre/UK Tour).

Television credits include: Brookside, Court Room, The Hello Girls, Hangar 17, Last Tango in Halifax, Silent Witness, Holby City, Casualty, Doctors, Dalziel and Pascoe, Metrosexuality, Family Affairs, Coronation Street, The Bill, Where the Heart Is, Downton Abbey.

Film credits include: The Arbiter (Meteorite Films); The Licks (Noel Clarke); Heterosexuality (Channel 4 Films); Jam (Jam Productions); S.P.A.G (Molten Rock Productions).

John Godber’s fantastic new comedy Sunny Side Up about a struggling B&B and the people who run it is on stage next…