Mother superior
We called him “Mother Superior” on account of the length of his habit.
Renton
Choose your future; choose life.
Tommy
Ah’ve goat the bevvyin under control, just pints, nae nips
Laura
Ah want you to take ma erse virginity.
Sick Boy
What wir waiting fir is another fuckin fix, a trip to see the Mother Superior
 

The Show

Based on the novel by
Irvine Welsh

Adapted by
Harry Gibson

Duration
75 minutes

Suitable for
Ages 16+

WARNING:
• Nudity
• Very strong language
• Violent & sexual nature
• Heavy drug/needle use

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This punchy, 75 minute production recaptures the passion and the controversy of the famous novel, then globally successful film, and repackages it into an immersive production – the audience are literally part of the show, including the notorious “Worst Toilet in Scotland” scene.

Choose us. Choose life. Choose mortgage payments; choose washing machines; choose cars; choose sitting on a couch watching mind-numbing and spirit-crushing game shows, stuffing fuckin junk food intae yir mooth. Choose rotting away, pushing and shiteing yersel in a home, a total fuckin embarrassment tae the selfish, fucked-up brats ye’ve produced.
Choose life.

Trainspotting is the story of Mark Renton and his friends, living through the Edinburgh heroin scene of the 80s. Harry Gibson’s original stage adaptation, written before it became the famous blockbuster film, was instantly successful and controversial, and won the Sunday Times Award for Best New Play. For this 21st anniversary production, In Your Face Theatre’s Scottish cast have created a snappy and vibrant affirmation of the power and humour of the piece.

This no-holds-barred immersive, in-yer-face theatre production left Irvine Welsh feeling “blown away” – for avid fans this is a must, and if you’ve never read the book or seen the film: this is your ticket to a ride you won’t soon forget.

★★★★★
Seventy-five of the most intense, funny, and moving minutes of theatre I have ever experienced.
Box Dust
★★★★★
The best piece of theatre I have ever seen.
LDN Card
★★★★★
Unapologetic, brutal, a masterpiece…. these guys will give Punchdrunk a run for their money.
Remotegoat
★★★★★
Do not miss this hidden gem.
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The Team

The Cast

  • Andrew Barrett

    Renton
  • Siobhan Bevan

    Rave Participant & Understudy
  • Lauren Downie

    June & Ensemble
  • Greg Esplin

    Tommy & Co-Director
  • Dean Gribble

    Rave Participant & Understudy
  • Michael Lockerbie

    Sick Boy & Ensemble
  • Olivier Sublet

    Mother Superior & Begbie

The Creative Team

  • Adam Spreadbury-Maher

    Director
  • King’s Head Theatre

    Original Producer
  • In Your Face Theatre

    Original Producer
  • James Seabright

    Producer
  • Clancy Flynn

    Lighting Designer
  • Tom Lishman

    Sound Designer
  • Anna Reddyhoff

    Production Relighter

Anna Reddyhoff

Anna Reddyhoff

Production Relighter

Anna graduated in 2010. Her early work was predominantly music based, before spending several years on the touring musical theatre scene.  Current and upcoming productions include Heart The Play (Vaults), Spring Awakening (St Mary’s Lichfield) and Emilia (Vaudeville, as Associate). Previous credits as Lighting Designer include: Sara Pascoe – Lads Lads Lads (Wyndham’s); One Man Two Guvnors (Lichfield); Elf The Musical Junior (Friary, Lichfield); Once Upon a Mattress (Lichfield); Rent (A3 Arena) and Tim Vine’s Sunset Milk Idiot (Eventim Apollo). Anna also worked as Head of Lighting and Video on Hairspray (UK Tour – Mark Goucher Ltd).

Tom Lishman

Tom Lishman

Sound Designer

Tom’s work in the West End has included Showstopper! The Improvised Musical, The Caretaker, Pete And Dud Come Again, Medea, I Love You You’re Perfect Now Change, Brief Lives, Twelve Angry Men, The Gin Game, Taking Sides, A Letter of Resignation, Life Support, The Hothouse, The Rivals, Vita and Virginia, Hobson’s Choice and Rope. He designed sound for Ashes to Ashes (Royal Court), I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky (Royal Opera House Linbury Studio), A Tainted Dawn, Bill Shakespeare’s Italian Job, Potted Sherlock and Shakespeare Untold (Edinburgh Festival), The Great Game: Afghanistan, The Bomb A Partial History, Not Black & White, Broken Glass, Women Power & Politics and Greta Garbo Came To Donegal (Tricycle), The Farm, Those Magnificent Men, The Falling Sky and The Lovesong Of Alfred J Hitchcock (New Perspectives), Town Hall Cherubs (BAC), and five seasons of operas for Grange Park Opera, as well as productions for numerous repertory theatres, pantomimes and national tours. Tom has created almost 60 sound designs for Chichester Festival Theatre.

James Seabright

James Seabright

Producer

James is an Olivier Award winning producer and general manager. Current productions include Dad’s Army Radio Show, Apphia Campbell’s Woke and Black Is The Color Of My Voice, Adam Kay’s This Is Going To Hurt, Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho and Potted Potter (world tour). Previous shows include: Liver Birds Flying Home (Royal Court Liverpool), Loot (Park & Watermill), The Boys In The Band by Mart Crowley (Park & Vaudeville), Potted Pirates, Potted Panto, Potted Sherlock, Our Boys by Jonathan Lewis (Duchess), The Lion by Benjamin Scheuer (St James), Outings (UK tour) and Eric and Little Ern (Vaudeville & UK tour).

James’ book, So You Want to Be a Theatre Producer? was published in 2010 by Nick Hern, and a revised edition was released in 2016. He is on the board of the League of Independent Producers, chairs the board of the King’s Head Theatre, is an associate of Wilton’s Music Hall and a member of the Society of London Theatre. seabright.org

Olivier Sublet

Olivier Sublet

Mother Superior & Begbie

Olivier graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, having moved from Switzerland to be an actor. Fresh out of their three-year programme, he trained as a classical actor, and was cast in the NYC run of Trainspotting Live. Other theatre includes Mother Courage by Bertolt Brecht, To Wong Foo The Musical (world premiere) by Douglas Carter Beane, Seal Boy by Ken Weitzman, Balm in Gilead by Lanford Wilson and played Gratiano in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. Olivier received his black belt in Karate at 14 and practices a number of Martial Arts in the hope to start a career in stage combat as well as acting. Olivier cannot wait to be part of the Trainspotting Live tour around the UK! Let’s do this!

Lauren Downie

Lauren Downie

June & Ensemble

Lauren is a Scottish actress who has been based in New York City for over seven years. Since graduating, she has performed roles in both plays and musicals, including the one woman play Dickless, which she performed Off-Broadway before taking it to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017. She was also honoured to be asked to perform at playwright Sir Peter Shaffer’s Broadway Memorial hosted by Alec Baldwin. Other notable credits include Strindberg’s Playing with Fire and the feature film Love is a Broadway Hit. Lauren is excited to be performing Trainspotting Live in her homeland, after recently completing a successful run of the show Off-Broadway. Let the rave begin!

Andrew Barrett

Andrew Barrett

Renton

Andrew trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and is currently based in New York City. In 2013 he premiered Tectonic Plates by Jonathan McGrath in Sulamaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan, where he also ran acting and creative writing classes. In 2016, Andrew worked in dozens of refugee camps across five countries in Europe with the Flying Seagull Project, using his skills as a professional clown and musician to bring circus, magic and music to thousands of children there. Since moving to NYC in January 2017, he has lent his voice to the statue of Robert Burns in Central Park as part of the Talking Statues installation, and played Puck and Cassio in Shakespeare & Company’s 2018 productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Othello, before making his Off-Broadway debut as Renton in a six-month run of Trainspotting Live at the Roy Arias Stages.

Siobhan Bevan

Siobhan Bevan

Rave Participant & Understudy

Siobhan is originally from Wales and moved to London to attend Drama school. She graduated from Rose Bruford in 2017 with a BA (Hons) in Acting, having studied at Arts Educational on the Acting for Film & TV foundation course. In her spare time Siobhan writes her own stand up and is a keen skier. She appeared in the short film Leash which was nominated for Best Short Film at the BFI Film Awards. This is Siobhan’s stage debut and she’s thrilled to be joining the cast of Trainspotting Live.

Andrew Still

Andrew Still

Sick Boy

Andrew began his career on the C4 soap opera Hollyoaks as well as the BBC teen drama Waterloo Road. He has since appeared on stage across the world with the National Theatre of Scotland’s The James Plays. Andrew is incredibly excited to be working on Trainspotting Live, playing the iconic role of Sick Boy. Other TV includes: Fried (Bwark and Two Brothers Pictures), Outlander (Left Bank Pictures/Starz). Theatre includes: The James Plays (National Theatre of Scotland), Voices in Her Ear (Oran Mor/Traverse Theatre), The Last Ones (Jermyn Street Theatre), and The Real Thing (Rose Kingston/Theatre Royal Bath/Cambridge Arts).

Frankie O’Connor

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Frankie O’Connor

Renton

Frankie was born in Glasgow and trained at Italia Conti Academy of Performing Arts, graduating in 2016. Theatre credits include: Melchior in Spring Awakening, Macbeth in Macbeth, Bear in Splinter and Roger in Rent. @FrankieO_Connor

James Boal

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James Boal

Mother Superior

James trained at the Lyric Theatre Drama Studio Belfast and Edinburgh Napier University. He previously played Christy in The Lieutenant of Inishmore with In Your Face Theatre and is delighted to rejoin the company as Mother Superior. Other theatre includes: Beauty and the Beast (Brunton), Taming of the Shrew (Bard in the Botanics), Mermalade (Manhattan Children’s Theatre), The Shakespeares: Scenes from a Marriage (Storyboard) and 1,2,3 Yippee! (Blazing Hyena). James has also appeared in numerous short films and music videos, most recently with Edinburgh band NOAH NOAH on their new music video Thick as Thieves. @JamesBoalJnr

Finlay Bain

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Finlay Bain

Tommy

Finlay trained at Birmingham School of Acting. He wrote, produced and performed in Living a Little at Vault Festival, where it won the Origins Award for Outstanding New Work. It then transferred to The King’s Head where it was produced by Riot House Theatre and In Your Face Theatre. Other recent theatre includes Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (King’s Edinburgh), The Flouers o’ Edinburgh (Finborough) and National Theatre of Scotland’s touring production of Blackwatch. @Finlay_Bain

Christie Russell-Brown

Christie Russell-Brown

Ensemble

Christie is an Edinburgh-based actress and BA (Hons) Acting graduate from New College Lanarkshire.  Theatre credits include: GRIT: The Martyn Bennett Story (Pachamama Productions), Calvinball (Ipdip Theatre), For the Love of Cousins, One, Two Three, Yippee (Blazing Hyena), The Silent Treatment (Lung Ha), Lieutenant of Inishmore (In Your Face Theatre) and The House of Bernarda Alba (New College Lanarkshire).  Screen credits include IRN BRU Train Advert (The Leith Agency & MTP), The Edinburgh Dungeons Commercial (HeeHaw Productions) Tam’s Tips (Toasted Motion Films & BBC Social), The Cruelty of Beauty (Dragonstone Pictures), M.U.F.F. (Daniel Sloss, M.U.F.F. Productions) and Nice To Meet You (Screen Academy Scotland). Christie is making her return to Trainspotting Live this season and couldn’t be more excited to be back with such a great team.

Dean Gribble

Dean Gribble

Rave Participant & Understudy

Dean is an Edinburgh based actor who trained at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, graduating in July 2017. Since then he has been involved in various films, adverts and theatre. Credits include Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights (Hotbuckle Productions), Rory in The Chronicles of Riddoch and Richard in Richard III (RBC). This is Dean’s second time with the Trainspotting Live cast, and he couldn’t be more thrilled to be a part of this fantastic show.

Michael Lockerbie

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Michael Lockerbie

Sick Boy & Ensemble

Michael is an actor born and raised in Edinburgh. He performed for the National Youth Theatre before continuing to Edinburgh’s Telford College and finally finishing his training at Rose Bruford College. He has been performing in Trainspotting Live since 2016 and most recently finished working on Shy One’s In The Long Run with Idris Elba.

Adam Spreadbury-Maher

Adam Spreadbury-Maher

Director

Adam is an award-winning director and producer. He is the founding Artistic Director of the Cock Tavern Theatre, OperaUpClose and the Hope Theatre. In 2010, Adam became Artistic Director of the King’s Head Theatre and won Best Artistic Director in the Fringe Report Awards. In 2011 he was nominated for Best Director in the Off West End Awards. In 2017 and 2018, his critically-acclaimed productions of Coming Clean, La Bohème and Strangers in Between transferred to Trafalgar Studios. La Bohème was later nominated for Best New Opera at the 2018 Olivier Awards whilst his production of Tosca won Best Opera Production at the 2018 Off West End Awards. Theatre and Opera Directing highlights: Coming Clean (West End/King’s Head); Tosca (King’s Head); Masterclass (Sydney Opera House/Australian Tour); Strangers in Between (West End/King’s Head); La Bohème (West End/King’s Head); Trainspotting Live (Off Broadway/UK Tour/Australia Tour and King’s Head); A Tale of Two Cities adapted by Terence Rattigan and John Gielgud (King’s Head/Australia); Dead Party Animals (Hope); Louis Nowra’s Cosi and Daniel Reitz’s Studies for a Portrait (Oval House/White Bear); Peter Gill’s The York Realist and The Sleepers Den (Riverside Studios); Hannie Rayson’s Hotel Sorrento and a new play by Edward Bond, There Will Be More (Cock Tavern); and in Australia, Jonathan Harvey’s Beautiful Thing and Joe Orton’s Loot. For OperaUpClose he directed Tosca (West End/King’s Head/Tour), Ballo: A Masked Ball (King’s Head) and Madam Butterfly (King’s Head). @SpreadburyMaher

King’s Head Theatre

The King’s Head Theatre

Original Producer

The King’s Head Theatre is London’s first and foremost pub theatre and is led by Artistic Director, Adam Spreadbury-Maher. New writing, revivals, musicals, opera, cabaret and queer work sit side by side in an unashamedly eclectic programme of work. Thanks to an in-house agreement with Equity, we’re leading the way when it comes to ethical employment on the fringe whilst our resident trainee director’s scheme continues to provide comprehensive, vocational training to the rising stars of tomorrow. With high profile co-productions, national touring and transfers to and from the biggest arts festivals in the world, we’re certainly not slowing down!

In Your Face Theatre

In Your Face Theatre

Original Producer

In Your Face Theatre are a Scottish immersive theatre company founded by Greg Esplin in 2012. They work on the belief that theatre should never be boring and that the possibilities within theatre are boundless until proven otherwise. The opportunity to use audience to drive and be a part of a story – something which tv and film cannot – allows for organic performances that must always be changing and growing. Theatre has to – and should – be for everybody. In Your Face Theatre’s first piece was Jimmy Boyles true story The Hard Man written by Tom McGrath. An immersive piece set in a pub and after five star reviews and a sold out run the same group of actors decided to embark on their next journey – Trainspotting.

Seabright Productions

Seabright Productions

Producer

Company founder James Seabright has produced and/or general managed over 200 shows since 2001, with an emphasis on touring shows around the UK and internationally, as well as productions in various venues both on and off West End in London. Recent London credits include The Boys In The Band (Park Theatre 2016), Showstopper! The Improvised Musical (Apollo & Lyric, Olivier Award 2016), Shakespeare Untold (Shakespeare’s Globe & Wilton’s Music Hall), The Remains Of Tom Lehrer (Performed by Adam Kay) (Ambassadors & St James), Boris: World King (Trafalgar), Dinosaur Park – The Jurassic Parody (St James), Eric and Little Ern (Vaudeville, Olivier Award Nomination), The Man Jesus starring Simon Callow (Lyric), Potted Potter (Garrick, Olivier Award Nomination), The Only Way Is Downton (Trafalgar and UK/US tour), The Lion (St James, Off West End and Drama Desk awards) and Our Boys (Duchess). He has also produced extensively at the Edinburgh Fringe and on tour internationally. James’ book So You Want To Be A Theatre Producer is published by Nick Hern Books.

Creative Five

Creative Five

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Clancy Flynn

Clancy Flynn

Lighting Designer

Clancy Flynn is a two-time Offie-nominated lighting designer, production electrician and programmer. A New York native, Clancy studied theatre at Trinity College Dublin before coming to the UK. Recent credits include: Black Is The Color Of My Voice Soul Sessions (Trafalgar Studios), Trainspotting Live (The Vaults, UK Tour and Edinburgh), How to Catch a Krampus (Pleasance); In the Winter Wood (Polka); The Yellow Wallpaper (Omnibus); Everywhere Bear (UK Tour); Goldilocks and the Three Little Pigs (The Opera Story); The Deaf & Hearing Ensemble’s Macbeth R&D (Pit, Barbican); It’s Only Life (Union); Little Red Riding Hood (Swansea Grand, Gaiety); Strike! (Beckett, Axis).(international tour), Dorian Gray (King’s Head Theatre), Click (Ophelia Theatre), and Little Red Riding Hood (Gaiety Theatre and Swansea Grand).

Jessica Innes

Jessica Innes

June/Ensemble

Jessica has been a Company Actor with In Your Face Theatre since 2014. She started 2016 as Compere of Alan McGee’s Creation Sessions’ Scotland Edinburgh gig – headlined by 70s Punk band The Rezillos. In 2015, she was cast as the lead in a short film, Roadrunner. In 2015, she resigned as a full time actress at the Edinburgh Dungeon to perform Trainspotting at the King’s Head Theatre in March and at the Assembly Underground at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In June she was cast alongside Comedian Keara Murphy at the Leith Festival with a stage adaptation of Radio 4’s Dark Comedy Mistress MacKenzie

Calum Barbour

Calum Barbour

Mother Superior

Calum is thrilled to be involved in Trainspotting’s national tour. This is the third year in which he has taken the part of Mother Superior. He is also recognized for the lead role of Campbell in Leitheatre’s production of Takin’ Over The Asylum, in which he was described by All Edinburgh Theatre as ‘both hugely watchable and completely believable.’ Calum has recently appeared in several. Calum has a BA in Acting for Stage and Screen from Edinburgh’s Napier University.

Erin Marshall

Erin Marshall

Alison/Ensemble

Erin attended RCS for six years, which took her to the Olivier Theatre, London. At Reid Kerr College, Paisley, she gained her HND in Acting and Performance. While there, playing Ophelia in Hamlet was one of her defining moments. She is a versatile actress who has worked with ThickSkin Theatre Company and is now enjoying her exciting and immersive role as Alison in Trainspotting. She is also looking forward expanding her repertoire by starting work on two new feature films in 2015.

Greg Esplin

Greg Esplin

Original Director

Greg is an actor, director and producer. He is the founding Artistic Director of In Your Face Theatre company set up in 2012, which is an associate company of the prestigious King’s Head Theatre in London. He produced and performed in The Hard Man by Jimmy Boyle at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2013. He also produced 2014 Fringe hit The Lieutenant of Inishmore. Greg is the original producer, director and star (as Tommy) of the internationally acclaimed Trainspotting Live, which has been seen around the world in 900 performances since its premiere in 2013. The production has won four Fringe Sell Out Show awards (Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015-2018), a Performance of the Week award (Adelaide Fringe 2017) and the lead actor was nominated for a Scottish BAFTA. Greg has also recently filmed an episode of the critically acclaimed Amazon show Outlander, which has recently been released and appeared in BBC3s Killed By My Debt. Greg’s company In Your Face Theatre has been co-producer on a number of other acclaimed productions, including Live A Little (Vault Festival London 2017), La Bohème and Strangers In Between (Trafalgar Studios, London West End, 2017/2018).

Chris Dennis

Chris Dennis

Begbie

Chris is an actor with growing experience in the industry. He has been working with In Your Face Theatre since their premiere production of The Hard Man at the Edinburgh Fringe back in 2013. Chris has been involved in several short independent film projects around Scotland that are to be entered into festival circuits. Other credits include: Sleeping Beauty (Cumbernauld Theatre), Armchair Detectives (Tiger Aspect) as well as performing at The Edinburgh Dungeon. He has worked on Trainspotting Live internationally gaining three sell out awards (Edinburgh Fringe 2015 – 2017) and Pick of the Week (Adelaide Fringe 2017). Chris is excited to be returning as Francis Begbie, a psychotic madman that audiences love to hate.

Gavin Ross

Gavin Ross

Renton

Gavin has been a company actor with In Your Face Theatre since its creation in 2013 and after impressing with his performance as Big Danny in The Hard Man he was then offered the role of Mark Renton in Trainspotting. A massive fan of Irvine Welsh, Gavin is humbled to once again be reprising his role in 2016. The 23-year-old Edinburgh native is also honoured to be sharing the stage with his “Trainspotting Family”, a group of incredible actors, directors and his best friends, most of which he has known from his days at Edinburgh’s Telford College where they all studied Acting together. Trainspotting has had such a huge impact on his life and he feels blessed to have been a part of it.

Rachael Anderson

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Rachael Anderson

Laura/Ensemble

Rachael is from the town of Peebles in the Scottish Borders. She is currently finishing her MA in Musical Theatre at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland before going on tour with Trainspotting and can also be seen in ‘9 to 5’ and ‘Confessions of a Justified Songwriter’ with Assembly this Fringe. Other theatre credits include: Swinging Into Christmas (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), Caledonia USA; Tales from The Secret Annex (workshop RCS), Trainspotting (The Kings Head Theatre/In Your Face Theatre), Trainspotting (The Kings Head Theatre/Assembly Edinburgh Fringe), RENT (EdFootlights), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (EUSOG) and Playground Platoon (Black Dingo Productions). Rachael also worked as the Head Actor in immersive tours at The Edinburgh Dungeon.

 

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