Summer underway at R&V

Summer underway at R&V

Spring and Summer is well truly underway here at Rogues and Vagabonds! Have a look below and see what some of our clients have been up to! 


Georgia Robson and Jerome Ngonadi are currently performing at the Tabard Theatre in a fun new allegorical satire, Montagu, about an imagined power struggle within a herd of donkeys. Georgia plays Shadow, who enjoys sitting on the political fence.
Georgia’s CV

 Jerome will enjoy playing the twin roles of Butch/Smokey.
Jerome’s CV
He has just finished a successful run of award- winning journalist Paul Mason’s new play The Divine Chaos of Starry Things at the prestigious White Bear.
“It’s telling that by far the best performances are delivered by Jerome Ngonadi and David Rawlins as the Kanak warriors… they’re a striking on-stage presence, often balefully observing from the edges of the action. ” David James, London Nights 24/4/17.

by Greg Freeman
Directed by Ken McClymont
23 May – 17 June 2017
Tues – Sat 7:30pm

More info here

Our RADA trained Greg Snowden is currently rehearsing with Anne Marie Duff and Cush Jumbo in Common at the Royal National Theatre.

This comes hot on the heels of his sell-out production of Flutter at the Grosvenor Arms. There are plans for an exciting transfer of Flutter later in the year.
Greg’s cv

Common, a new play by DC Moore runs from 30th May in the Olivier and  is directed by Jeremy Herrin.

In addition Greg will appear this Autumn in a special commemorative production of Journey’s End to mark the 100th anniversary of the battle of Passchendaele in Ypres, Belgium

Alec Bennie will be appearing in Mayakovsky,
a new play by S.J. Fowler as part of a season of plays to mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution.

It plays 9th, 10th and 11th June at The Rich Mix Theatre.

More info here
Alec’s cv

Later this year Alec will be playing  Algernon in Pleasuredome Theatre’s  production of ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ and as part of the ensemble in ‘Lorna Doone’, directed by Scott Le Crass, whose previous work include’s SID.

Jonathan Cobb and Paul Aitchison shot the comedy horror film The Flytipper last month.
Jon’s cv
Paul’s cv

The Flytipper  is directed by Empire Award Winning Director Marc Coleman and is a riotous and gory tale of three men who, after illegally fly-tipping, encounter a rabid monster made of rubbish.

More info here

Jon is also opening at The King’s Head this week.  He plays Klaus in a new play, Bordermen, set in 60’s Berlin on the East/West border.  It plays 27th May to 3rd June.