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George Haynes in the West End’s Groan Ups

George Haynes rejoins Mischief Theatre for their latest West End show Groan Ups. George has previously been part of Mischief Theatre’s hit show The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre.

This brand-new comedy about growing up follows an unruly classroom of six year-olds on their journey through anarchic high school teenagers to the challenges of adulthood.

Groan Ups runs at the West End’s Vaudeville Theatre from 20th September – 1st December. Visit the official website to book tickets and more information.

George Haynes in The Play That Goes Wrong

George Haynes stars as the hapless Max in the Olivier award-winning West End comedy The Play That Goes Wrong.

The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong… does! The accident-prone thespians battle against all odds to make it through to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences!

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10 Actorum clients in new feature, AUX

That’s right, not 1 but a mighty 10 Actorum clients have been cast in ‘AUX’, a new Brit feature, by Evolutionary Films directed by John Adams and staring John Rhys-Davies (Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones):

Darren Benedict, Joshua Boyd Campbell, David Broughton-Davies, Dominic Cazenove, George Haynes, Leonie Hill, Jasmeen James, Peter Landi, Amy Loughton and Sally Mortemore.

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“Two young boys playing in the woods stumble across a stone “tree” which is actually the chimney and air vent for a secret bunker, undetected since WWII. They find the entrance hatch and open it. They are so terrified of what they find inside that one boy doesn’t make it back out of the bunker, and the other runs straight into the nearby road and gets hit by a vehicle.

The police investigate the car accident involving the boy. They cordon off areas and start searching for the second boy who is presumed missing. One by one, the police start to be murdered in grisly ways.

In the local old people’s home, an elderly WWII veteran sees all of this unfolding on the news and realises what has happened… But will anybody believe a senile old man as the devastation and destruction mounts up around them?”

AUX will be hitting cinema screens later this year but for all the latest news, check out their Twitter feed @auxthemovie