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The Long Lane Theatre Company was formed in 2014 to produce new writing that inspires and entertains.  


Founded by Andrew and Eve Pearson-Wright, husband and wife they met appearing in the West End production of The Mousetrap.


Searching out stories of underdogs and dreamers, we are committed to creating theatre that is attractive to new and non-traditional theatre audiences.  


With a strong emphasis on education, we believe in the training and development of actors and writers and are always looking to give opportunities to recent graduates.  


Working with schools and colleges, The Long Lane Theatre Company are also helping to train the actors of tomorrow in a fun-filled environment which hones their skills and feeds their imagination.

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Andrew Pearson-Wright 


Andrew trained at The Drama Centre London graduating in 2003. His Theatre credits include national tours of the plays That's Love and Haunting Julia plus a year in The West End in the world's longest running show The Mousetrap. 


Other Theatre includes; If I Were You, Spring and port Wine, Two Into One, Guilty Secret and How the other half lives (All at The Mill at Sonning Theatre) Parlour Games, Cockroaches (both at The Cockpit Theatre, London ) Never Ever After (Margate Theatre Royal) Death and The Maiden (MAC) and At The Heart of Everything (The Gatehouse Theatre).


Television credits include The Bill (ITV), Knife Edge (Sky One), Doctors on Death Row (Sky) and various commercials (can currently be seen in The Beagle Street Insurance advert).

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Eve Pearson-Wright


Eve trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Since graduating in 2006 she has appeared in the West End productions of The Mousetrap and Aliens Love Underpants. Eve was also in the original cast of the musical Before The Night Is Through performed at The Millfield Theatre in London.


Acting has taken Eve all over the world she performed in the Asia tour of Aliens Love Undepants toured Australia with the promenade Theatre production Get Lost, she also spent a month in Nigeria playing the lead in a Nollywood movie. 


Television credits include Dream Demons (Discovery Channel) Stalkers Who Kill (Sky) and she can be seen later on in the year in the new series of Suspicion (Discovery Channel).


Eve has also appeared in numerous TV commercials and music videos and can be seen in several feature films: The Sky in Bloom; Gangs of Tooting Broadway; Fallen Soldiers and A Wedding most strange. 


In 2018 BBC Radio Lancashire produced a thirty minute documentry about Long Lane Theatre's production of The Giant Killers and the story that inspired it. You can listen to the documentry (with some added images) here:

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