Monologue Slam - National Final

Monologue Slam - National Final


National Final 2018!

MonologueSlam is a nationwide industry showcase for actors from all backgrounds and profiles. We are thrilled to be hosting this year's National Final where the level of talent is extraordinary.

This event helps performers that may not have access to the usual routes into the industry and provides agents and casting directors with an avenue to source fresh talent.

The show consists of a youth round (performers aged between 11-17) 1 minute round and 3 minute round, where each actor will perform a monologue of their choice.

Host: Dean Smith and Jimmy Akingbola

Guest Performer: Kadija Kamara


Sharon Sorrentino – Casting Director
Tracey Gillham – Casting Director
Sarah Hughes – Casting Director
Jo Mcintlock – Agent (A&J Mangement)
Claire O’Sullivan – Agent (Revolution Talent)
Lola Williams – Agent (New Wonder Management)



Show Info

Concessions: Available for children, disabled people, equity members, full time students, 65+ and unwaged.


Youth Round

Alexander Uzoka - Little Baby Jesus by Arinze kene
Elvis Ilorah - Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
Joy Adeogun - Pericles by William Shakespeare
Lauryn Ajufo - Been so long by Che walker
Madeleine Bryan - He's Boring by Vicky Jones

Youth Round Headshots

One Minute Round

Anna Piper - Linda by Penelope Skinner
Emma Naomi - Low Dat by Jess Walters
Katie-Louise Buxton - Butter, Vicar Of Dibley by Richard Curtis
Lisa O'Connor - Moment of Nothing by Lisa O'Connor
Marjorie Agwang - If the Shoe Fits by George Mpanga
Mikhael DeVille - Here Comes the Bride by Mikhael DeVille
Shona Babayemi - Glint By Shona Babayemi
Simon Haines - Quartermaine’s Terms by Simon Gray

1 Minute Round Headshots

Three Minute Round

Amy Forrest - The Street by Jan McVerry
David Smith - Bea by Mick Gordon
Elizabeth Peace - Misty by Arinzé Kene adapted by Elizabeth Peace
Ella Hunter-Clark - Next Lesson by Chris Woodley
Georgia Frost - Butter by Georgia Frost
Jenny Horsthuis - Henry VI Part three by William Shakespeare
Lauren Moakes - It Kind of Looks Like a Doughnut by Holly Boyden
Lucy Simpson - Proud by Lucy Simpson
Nathan Queeley-Dennis - Bullring Techno Make Out Jamz by Nathan Queeley-Dennis
Sachin Sharma - Adrift by Marcus Youssef
Sarudzayi Marufu - The Convert by Danai Gurira



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