We're pleased to announce our second team for Vox Pop/2. Don't forget to get your votes in before 5pm today: http://nabokov.typepad.com/newsblog/2012/04/the-vox-pop-vote-is-now-open.html
Tickets from: http://www.sohotheatre.com/whats-on/vox-pop
Andrew Doyle is a playwright and stand-up comedian. His plays include: Borderland (7:84 Theatre Company, Scotland), Darker Side Down (Arad Goch Theatre, Aberystwyth), Shamlet (King’s Head, London), Cockfight (Canal Café Theatre, London), Jimmy Murphy Makes Amends (BBC Radio 4) and The Second Mr Bailey (BBC Radio 4). Andrew is a regular on the stand-up circuit and has appeared in a number of shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, including: Christie & Doyle’s Axis of Evil (with Bridget Christie) at the Underbelly, Sex and Hugs and Forward Rolls (Five Pound Fringe) and The Holy Trinity (PBH Free Fringe). He was also the principal writer on the sketch show Pop Tarts at the Pleasance Courtyard. At last year’s festival Andrew appeared in his debut solo stand-up show: Andrew Doyle’s Crash Course in Depravity.
Jonny and The Baptists are the world's hardest working comedy blues band (as well being the world's only comedy blues band). Fresh off their tour of UK and Croatia, their monthly residency (Jonny and The Baptists Mid Week Crisis) at The Vandella, and their first single "Do It In The Library" released with a video directed by Dawson Bros, they bring their satirical brand of heartfelt blues to the nabokov's Vox Pop at Soho Theatre. 3 voices, two guitars and a violin: the blues has never been so f***ing funny. www.jonnyandthebaptists.co.uk
Rosie Wyatt graduated from The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in 2010. Theatre includes - 'Mogadishu' (Lyric Hammersmith, UK Tour) 'Love Love Love' (Paines Plough, UK Tour and Galway International Festival) and 'Bunny' (nabokov, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, UK Tour, Soho Theatre and Brits off Broadway at 59E59 New York.) The one woman show 'Bunny' was awarded a Fringe First and Rosie was long listed for Whatsonstage Theatre Awards Best Solo Performance and nominated for the Manchester Theatre Awards Best Studio Performance. Television includes - Doctors.
Harry McEntire made his theatre debut in 'Spring Awakening' at Lyric Hammersmith (and transferred into the Novello Theatre). He has since appeared in ‘Punk Rock’ (Lyric Hammersmith, The Royal Exchange), ‘A Thousand Stars Explode in the Sky’ (Lyric Hammersmith) 'Macbeth' (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre) and ‘Winterlong’ (Royal Exchange and Soho Theatre). He has also appeared in the Morecambe and Wise biopic, ‘Eric and Ernie’, ‘Prisoner’s Wives’ and the upcoming second series of ‘Episodes’ (all for the BBC).