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The Honey Man Cast Announced!

Promotional image of The Honey Man with cast headshots of Amy Kennedy and Everal Walsh
Rehearsals are in full swing for Exeter Northcott production The Honey Man! Director Alix Harris and Assistant Director Yusuf Niazi are working with two exciting actors on the play by Tyrone Huggins. Meet them below.
Amy Kennedy headshot

AMY KENNEDY

as Misty

Training: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Theatre & Television Credits Include: The Importance of Being Earnest (Perth Theatre), Mother Goose Fat Easterhoose (Platform), River City (BBC Studios), The Afflicted (Groupwork), All My Sons (Dundee Rep), NoMa (Tron/Outside Eyes), The Flu That Killed 50 Million (BBC), The Pool of Bethesda/The Jungle Book/Balm in Gilead/Macbeth (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), Kids (Festival Dei 2Mondi 60), Ways to Shine (On The Verge Festival/McLellan Arts Festival), Green Zone (Overcoat Theatre Company), Trainspotting (Citizens Theatre).

In 2018, Amy was the recipient of the Julia Stewart Award and the Citizens Theatre Society Award at RCS.

Everal A Walsh headshot

EVERAL A WALSH

as Honey Man

Theatre includes: Consequences (Hull Truck), A Christmas Carol (Leeds Playhouse), Rockets & Blue Lights (Royal Exchange Manchester), War with the Newts (Knaive Theatre), Amadeus (National Theatre, The Wakefield Mystery Plays (Wakefield Theatre Royal), Sweeney Todd (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Amen Corner and The Comedy of Errors at the National; The Wakefield Mystery Plays at Wakefield Cathedral; When Bill Met Robert for Slung Low Shorts; A Raisin in the Sun for Eclipse; The Epic Adventure of Nhamo the Manyinka Warrior for Tiata Fahodzi; Beautification of Area Boy at West Yorkshire Playhouse; Dreaming Under A Different Moon for Water’s Edge; Strawgirl, Antony and Cleopatra and Basil and Beattie at the Royal Exchange; Travels with My Aunt at the New Wolsey; Aladdin at Wakefield Theatre Royal and Nottingham Playhouse; Karry Owky at Theatre in the Mill; Aladdin at Oldham Coliseum; Ghost Boy and Babul and the Blue Bear for 20 Stories High Theatre; Billie Holliday Story for Theatre Production; Living Pretty for Normal Production; The Beautiful Violin for Peshlar; The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for Red Wolf; Ooh Ah Showab Khan for ARC; and Othello at Andrew Sketchley Theatre.

TV includes Cold Call, Doctors, Doctor Who, In the Dark, Coronation Street, The Accused, Spooks, It’s Adam and Shelley, New Street Law, The Street, Blue Murder, Max and Paddy, Emmerdale and Prime Suspect. Film includes The Favourite, The Selfish Giant, Screwed and Cold Heaven. Radio includes Stone, The Hunting of the Snark, Brief Lives, The Barber and the Ark, Bad By Default, A Land Fit for Heroes, Comeback Kid, Slam Banging Home, Venus, A Bullet at Balmains and Goalkeepers Boo.

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