We’re delighted to announce that Isabelle Joss and Iain Robertson will be appearing in Breaker at the Edinburgh Fringe 2013, directed by Graeme Maley who has directed and developed the play since its first incarnation at Oran Mor last year.
Isabelle Joss trained at the RSAMD and has recently been appearing in GREAT EXPECTATIONS directed by Graham McLaren. Other recent theatre credits include TAKE ME IF YOU NEED ME at the Oran Mor, SCROOGE at the Cottiers Theartre, MEN SHOULD WEEP directed by Josie Rourke at the National Theatre and GILT directed by Zinnie Harris for 7:84. She appeared in a season at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre where she was awarded the Leon Sinden Award for Best Supporting Actress in Liz Lochead’s GOOD THINGS. Isabelle’s TV credits include LIFE OF RILEY for BBC, DEAR GREEN PLACE for BBC1 Scotland, TAGGART for SMG, THE BILL, KITCHEN directed by Kieran Walsh for Ecosse/Channel 5 and the BBC2 comedy FEEL THE FORCE. Film includes THE ACID HOUSE and AMERICAN COUSINS.
BAFTA winner Iain Robertson has worked extensively in theatre, film, television and radio. Theatre credits include The Mysteries for Bill Bryden and The Winter’s Tale for Nicholas Hytner, both at The Royal National Theatre. He received an Ian Charleson Award for his Trinculo in Michael Grandage’s production of The Tempest. Star of the cult Glasgow gang film Small Faces, Iain is also well known for his work in The Debt Collector alongside Billy Connolly, Sea of Souls with Bill Paterson and Dawn Steele, Steven Spielberg’s Band of Brothers and more recently as Gash in the cult British comedy Rab C. Nesbitt.
Tickets for the Fringe are now up available, get your Breaker tickets today!