The Nightingales

Steven has recently completed a tour with Christopher Luscombe’s production of The Nightingales, written by William Gaminara.  He play the role of choirmaster Steven!

Joining Steven on stage were Ruth Jones, Mary Stockley, Stefan Adegbola, Sarah Earnshaw and Philip McGinley.

The play opened in Bath at the Theatre Royal on 31st October and toured to : Cambridge Arts Theatre, New Theatre Cardiff, Chichester Festival Theatre and Malvern Festival Theatre.

“Under the watchful eye of Steven, their choirmaster, Connie, Ben, Diane and Bruno gather every week in the village hall to practise their accomplished acapella singing. They are a motley crew, but whatever their differences, whatever the problems they may have at home, all are happily bound together in their shared love of music. Until one day Maggie knocks on the door. . . Soon she is urging them to enter Talentfest, a potentially life-changing route to Britain’s Got Talent. In the weeks that follow, loyalties will be tested, tempers will fray and lives will indeed be changed – but not in the way that any of them had quite anticipated.”  – quote Cambridge Arts Theatre

Mary Stockley and Steven Pacey
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Latest updates…

Steven recently filmed an episode of ‘Doctors’ which airs on 17th April in the UK.

He travelled to Budapest to do some filming for a US series called Ransom – playing the part of a crooked doctor.

An audiobook called The Sorcerer’s Isle has been recorded.

The 40th Anniversary Special – The Way Ahead – featuring Steven Pacey is now for sale at Big Finish Productions.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Image (C) Big Finish Productions

Big Finish Productions

And most recently Steven has been preparing for yet another audiobook recording, Clash of Empires by Ben Kane.  He has also done some filming in the New Forest for ITV crime drama series ‘Unforgotten’ and will soon be filming again for a cameo role in one episode of Channel 4’s comedy drama series ‘Flack’.

Phew!

The Knowledge – Charing Cross Theatre

Steven is currently appearing in Maureen Lipman’s production of ‘The Knowledge’ at the Charing Cross Theatre from 4th September to 11th November 2017.  He is playing the role of Mr Burgess.

Tickets are on sale now Theatre website

Photos reproduced without permission (C) Charing Cross Theatre.  Photos by Scott Rylander

Happy Birthday Steven!

Steven celebrates his birthday today, 5th June.  Many happy returns (and cake!)

Upcoming appearance in drama series The Alienist

Steven reported back in April that he will be filming for a drama series called The Alienist.  This is an American series, so we will keep you posted on further details in due course.

Photo from Big Finish Audio Recording

The following photo is reproduced courtesy of Big Finish Productions.  Steven and Michael have been busy in the recording studio once again for future story releases.

Steven Pacey and Michael Keating with Sophia Hannides and Tracy Wiles.

Further review for Love’s Labours Lost/Much Ado

A five star review from the Telegraph.

“Steven Pacey is cherishably conceited as the school-master Holofernes…”

The Telegraph Review

Reviews from Love’s Labours Lost and Much Ado

The Reviews Hub has posted an article about Love’s Labours Lost and Much Ado About Nothing.

“Along the way Jamie Newall as Lord Boyet, a suave equerry to the princess and Steven Pacey, the verbose schoolmaster Holofernes, give particularly memorable performances.”

The Reviews Hub – Love’s Labours Lost

“Steven Pacey as Leonato is at one moment a benign father figure and the next a distraught parent…”

The Reviews Hub – Much Ado About Nothing

Rehearsal Photo from Love’s Labours Lost

Chichester Festival Theatre have released some photos from the rehearsals of Love’s Labours Lost.  There is only one that features Steven.

Chichester Festival Facebook Album

Steven Pacey as Holofernes in Love’s Labour’s Lost Photo Johan Persson

 

Cygnus Alpha 3 – Saturday 1st April 2017

Cygnus%20Alpha%203%20logoDue to work commitments Steven Pacey was not able to attend the Cygnus Alpha convention earlier this year, however Ian Kubiak has announced him as a guest for the next event on Saturday 1st April 2017 at the Musical Museum in Brentford.

Tickets are now on sale.

Cygnus Alpha