Arden and Moore 
today announce the full cast for The Three Musketeers – attempted by FoolHardy written by Sydney Stevenson and directed by Joseph O’Malley. Joining the previously announced Robert Lindsay (Narrator) are Dianne Pilkington (Sarah Noble), David Bedella (Josh Hemingway), Matthew Curnier (Greg Matthews), Antony Eden (David Du Lesley), Sarah Kameela Impey (Jamie Aston) and Lydea Perkins (Maisie Stephens). The production runs online 15 – 20 June.

The classic tale of The Three Musketeers is brought to you by the inconceivable, unimaginable and fantastical FoolHardy Theatre… a company with questionable theatrical training, no experience and no taste. What could possibly go wrong?

Audio and animation are brought together in this swashbuckling adventure. Expect sword fights, deception and a right royal romance as audiences are taken back to the regal splendour of 17th century France in this exciting, madcap comedy.

The Three Musketeers is partnering with venues, who will sell tickets across the UK, to help support them financially through these difficult times. Partner venues include: Theatre Royal Winchester; Epsom Playhouse; Lighthouse, Poole; Concordia Theatre, Hinckley; Mull Theatre; The Forum Theatre, Northallerton; The Savoy Theatre, Monmouth; The Beggar’s Theatre, Millom; Blue Orange Theatre, Birmingham; Hertford Theatre; The Quarry Theatre, Bedford; Stamford Arts Centre; The Holroyd, Shropshire; The Lighthouse Theatre, Kettering; Helmsley Arts Centre, York; and, Waterside, Manchester.

The additional creative team includes composer and sound designer Richard Wetherall and animator Barbara Owczarek.

Robert Lindsay plays Narrator. His theatre credits include In Praise of Love (Theatre Royal Bath), Prism (Hampstead Theatre/UK tour), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Richard III (Savoy Theatre), The Lion in Winter, Cyrano De Bergerac (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Onassis (Derby Playhouse/Novello Theatre), Aristo (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Entertainer (The Old Vic), Power (National Theatre), Oliver! (London Palladium), Becket (Theatre Royal Haymarket – winner of Variety Club Best Theatre Actor, Olivier Award nomination for Best Actor), Me and My Girl  (Adelphi Theatre – winner of Olivier Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Musical, winner of Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical), Philoctetes (Royal Exchange Theatre – winner of Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Best Actor), Beaux StrategemLeaping Ginger (Royal Exchange Theatre), and Trelawny of the ‘Wells’ (The Old Vic). His television credits include Bounty HuntersGalavantAtlantisSpyMy Family – BAFTA Nomination for Best Comedy Performance, Oliver Twist, Jake’s Progress – BAFTA Nomination for Best Actor, NightingalesG.B.H. – BAFTA Award for Best Actor and RTS Award Winner for Best Actor, ConfessionalGive Us a Break and Get Some In!; and for film, Maleficent: Mistress of EvilGrace of MonacoWimbledonDivorcing JackRemember Me?Fierce CreaturesStrike It RichBert Rigby You’re A FoolAdventures of a Taxi DriverThree for All and That’ll Be the Day.

Dianne Pilkington plays Sarah Noble. Her theatre credits include Frankenstein (Garrick Theatre), Whisper House (The Other Palace), Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre), Master Class (Vaudeville Theatre), She Loves Me (Chichester Festival Theatre), The 39 Steps (Criterion Theatre), Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre), Cats, Beauty and the Beast (UK tour), The Far Pavilions (Shaftesbury Theatre), Tonight’s the NightTabooSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Victoria Palace), The Beautiful Game (Cambridge Theatre), Sweeney Todd (Bridewell Theatre), Tess of the d’Urbervilles (Savoy Theatre) and Les Misérables (Palace Theatre). Her film credits include Les Misérables.

David Bedella plays Josh Hemingway. His theatre credits include &Juliet (Shaftesbury Theatre – Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor), Nell Gwynn (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), Sweeney Todd (Twickenham Theatre), In the Heights (King’s Cross Theatre – Best Supporting Actor Olivier Award), Torch Song Trilogy, Road Show (Menier Chocolate Factory), Jerry Springer The Opera (Cambridge – Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical), The Producers (UK tour) and The Rocky Horror Show (Playhouse Theatre). His television credits include Deep StateBy Any MeansBlessed, and as series regular Carlos Fashola in Holby City. His film credits include Batman Begins and Alexander.

Matthew Curnier plays Greg Matthews. His theatre credits include Betrayal (Derby Theatre), Cat in the HatOld MacDonaldCarrie’s WarSweet RevengeAmy’s ViewOut of Order, Personals (UK tours), My Brother’s Country (The Lowry), Death at Dawn (Linskill Theatre), Lovers’ Vow (Chawton House/UK tour), I Found Her in a Beth of Blood (Theatre503), Follies (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre), Rent (Electric Theatre), Treats (Soho Theatre) and Undiscovered Country (Charing Cross Theatre).

Antony Eden plays David Du Lesley. His theatre credits include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Palace Theatre), A Brief history of Women (Stephen Joseph Theatre/59E59, New York), Ten Times Table (The Mill at Sonning), A Passionate Woman (Cheltenham Everyman theatre/UK tour), Taking Steps (Stephen Joseph Theatre), Relatively Speaking (Theatre Royal Bath/UK tour), The Woman in Black (Fortune Theatre/UK and international tour), Three Kings (St James Theatre), Bedroom Farce (Oldham Coliseum/Harrogate Theatre Royal), Yes, Prime Minister (international tour), Springs Eternal (Orange Tree Theatre), Carrie’s War (Novel Theatre), Cider With RosieThe Merchant of Venice (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds), A Voyage Round My Father (New Vic Theatre), Hangover Square (Finborough Theatre), Something Wicked This Way Comes (National Theatre of Scotland), and The Glass MenagerieTrumpets and Raspberries and Vanity Fair (Royal Lyceum Theatre).

Sarah Kameela Impey plays Jamie Aston. Her theatre credits include Much Ado About Nothing (Northern Broadsides), 306: Dusk (National Theatre Scotland/Perth Theatre), Pinocchio (National Theatre), First EncountersThe CuriosityArabian Nights (UK tour), Women of Hope (Richmix Theatre), World Enough and Time (Park Theatre), Cinderella: A Fairytale (Tobacco Factory Theatres) and Finding Noor (Citizens Theatre); and for film, Halcyon Heights.

Lydea Perkins plays Maisie Stephens. Her theatre credits include Private Lives (The Mill at Sonning), Sense and Sensibility (Theatre by the Lake/York Theatre Royal), Bold GirlsRails (Theatre by the Lake), The Long Road South (King’s Head Theatre), She Stoops to ConquerThe Hypochondriac (Theatre Royal Bath), Harvey (Birmingham Rep/Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Sound of Silence (Theatre503) and Pal Street Boys (Greenwich Theatre).

Sydney Stevenson is a writer, actor and director. Her writing credits for theatre include Next Door – An Awkward Love Story (Tabard Theatre/Irish Repertory Theatre), Men and Women (The Old Red Lion Theatre – winner of the Voices from Home competition by Broken Silence Theatre), and Bubonic which was long-listed for the Papatango New Writing Prize. As an actor, her theatre credits include The Men from the Ministry (White Bear Theatre), Relatively Speaking (The Mill at Sonning), and Beauty and the BeastAladdin (Welywn Garden City); and for television, RestingMe and Mrs Jones and My Family.

Joseph O’Malley is an actor, director and writer. His directing credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Scoot Theatre) Ben HurThe 39 StepsThe Hound of the BaskervillesOne Minute (Barn Theatre, Cirencester), A Christmas Carol (Riverside Arts Centre), Ugly Duckling and Other Stories (UK tour), Seeds of Change (Lion and Unicorn), and Significant Other (The Vaults). As an actor his credits include, One Man Two Guvnors (National Theatre), The Life of Galileo (RSC), Watership Down (Watermill Theatre), Billy (Union Theatre) and Princess Caraboo (Finborough Theatre).  




15 – 20 June 2021

Box Office:www.musketeersonline.com

Tickets: £12.50 / £15