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Meet The Cast: Michael Patrick | Understudy

The Importance of Being Earnest is Michael’s second show with Bruiser, having previously appeared in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). Michael's other recent theatre work includes Blackout (The Lyric Theatre), Othello (The Abbey Theatre), Ignition (Tinderbox), Fast and Loose (Accidental Theatre) and I Banquo, Bash: Latter-day Plays, and How These Desperate Men Talk (Pan Narrans Theatre). Michael has also appeared in the latest season of Game of Thrones (HBO). A Belfast native, Michael trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts after studying at the University of Cambridge where he performed with the famous Cambridge Footlights comedy troupe.

Meet the Cast: Joseph O'Malley | Jack

Joseph trained at the Guildford School of Acting. His recent theatre credits include Watership Down (Watermill Theatre), Princess Caraboo (Finborough Theatre), One Man Two Guvnors (National Theatre), A life of Galileo (Royal Shakespeare Company), Women of Troy (Scoop Theatre Southbank), Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors and Vile Victorians, Horrible Histories: Groovy Greeks, Horrible Science (Birmingham Stage Company), Billy (Union Theatre) and HMS Pinafore (Kings Head Theatre). Joseph's filming work includes the feature film Natasha.

Meet The Cast: Ross Anderson-Doherty | Lady Bracknell

Ross Anderson-Doherty is a singer, actor and cabaret artist living and working in Belfast. He has worked closely with the Outburst Queer Arts Festival and Theatre of Pluck. His also often found singing songs and doing his ‘comedy’ in the Cabaret Supper Club, Belfast. Having worked with Bruiser as an actor and facilitator for many years he is extremely excited to be playing the, literally, awesome Lady Bracknell. When not performing he can often be found teaching voice in Queen’s University, the Crescent Arts Centre and his own private studio.

Meet The Cast: Karl O'Neill | Chausible

Karl O'Neill was born in Armagh, and last appeared at the MAC in Cabaret and Bruiser’s production of The Caucasian Chalk Circle. His other work in Belfast includes The Wizard of Oz, Shadowlands, Twelfth Night, Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, Hansel & Grettel, and Red (all of which were in the Lyric Theatre); The Haunting of Helena Blunden (Big Telly); and All My Sons (Arts Theatre). Karl has also played in Carol’s Christmas (Theatre at The Mill), Pinocchio and Hansel & Grettel (Armagh’s Marketplace Theatre). Now based in Dublin, Karl’s recent theatre work there includes The Constant Wife, Juno and the Paycock, Wuthering Heights, and An Ideal Husband (all at Gate Theatre), The Importance of

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