JB Shorts 4 sets Nov return
Date: 8 October 2010
For this, their fourth outing, JB Shorts welcomes back Arthur Bostrom (Allo’ Allo), Chris Hannon ( 2010 RTS Award Nominee for BBC3’s Lunch Monkeys) along with James Quinn (Early Doors, Fat Friends). This trio of JB Shorts regulars are joined for JB4 by Lisa Riley and Joan Kempson.
Meanwhile, regular JB Shorts writers, Lindzi Williams, James Quinn and Dave Simpson are joined by Eastenders' writer, Christopher Reason, Emmerdale’s Bill Taylor - and re-joined by Lisa Holdsworth whose TV credits include, New Tricks, Robin Hood and Waterloo Road. Between them, these top writers have come up with a sizzling selection of six more bitesize World Premieres.
Award-winning former Artistic Director of the Bolton Octagon, Mark Babych joins the JB directors’ line-up for the first time.
Between them, the writers, actors and directors of JB Shorts 4 have worked in numerous TV, Radio and Stage productions, winning much acclaim and many awards.
JB Shorts 4 runs at Joshua Brooks in Manchester from 2 - 13 November.
- by Glenn Meads
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