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‘Utopia’: Interviews, Rehearsals etc

After weeks of rehearsals in London (pictures) the cast of ‘Utopia‘ moved to Newcastle last week for the final tech rehearsal (pictures 1, 2). Tomorrow, Wednesday, is the first official performance. Best of luck to Sophia Myles & the whole cast and crew!

There are still tickets available to see Sophia perform live on stage in Newcastle until June 16 before they move to the Soho Theatre in London on June 20.

To find out more about the play check out our extensive info page in the projects section.

Sky News – Tyne and Wear interviewed Rufus Hound & Sophia Myles last week. Watch the interviews here and here. And Natalie has added some interviews with Sophia that were published recently.

Stage role spooked me, says Sophia Myles, Evening Standard (UK), May 23
Paradise isn’t lost on stage-fright Sophia, The Northern Echo (UK), May 31

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‘A Sunny Morning’ Making Of & Trailer

A Sunny Morning‘, the short film starring Sophia Myles & Charlie Cox, will have its world premiere in August at the FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival. It is one of 65 film festivals to be recognized as a qualifying festival for the Short Films category for the Annual Academy Awards. In the meantime check out the Making Of, the poster & the Trailer. It really looks exciting!

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‘Kicking the Air’ Airs on 12th June

Sophia’s BBC4 Radio play will air a week later than first announced: Tuesday, 12 June 2012, 2.15-3.00pm. But we have more information what it is about and who Sophia Myles is playing:

Facing deportation from the UK, a young Iranian student, Reza Mostafai, claims asylum on the grounds that he is gay, fearing for his safety if he is returned to his homeland.

With the help of his barrister Fiona and best friend Lulu, Reza must try and find a way to prove his sexuality in time to halt his removal. Can they find someone to come forward to testify to the truth of Reza’s claim?

Christine Murphy’s debut radio drama is a powerful and shocking story of one man’s desperate attempt to prove his homosexuality.

Starring Jamie Harding as Reza, Sophia Myles as Fiona, and Vicky McClure as Lulu, the cast also includes Ben Caplan, Zubin Varla, Ian Beattie and Maggie Cronin.

• Source: BBC Programme Information

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