Mark Carey in Into the Breach

To book Into the Breach for your Village Hall or local venue either call Mark on 01608 682106 or email him at markcandbill@onetel.com

Sandy Holt writes in The Stratford Herald February 13th 2014 - "Into a thousand parts divide one man!" - this could describe Mark Careys' one man show. The show focuses on Shakespeares' Henry V but revolves around George Crocker an amateur actor whose ambition is to play Mother Goose. This may seem a light folly but this play written, directed and acted by Carey, is full of  substance. For the full article click here.

From this Spring Into the Breach will be one of the shows on offer from Oxfordshire Rural Touring and Black Country Rural Touring.

Into the breach is ideal for schools and colleges. The play offers a very clear introduction to Shakespeare and for students studying Henry the fifth the text is brought to life in an original and accessible way. Many young audience members have commented on the way Into the breach brings Shakespeare’s words alive.

'I was glued to my seat' - Count Arthur Strong, TV and radio star.

George Crocker is keen to liven up his dull life so he decides to join the village Drama Club. What happens then turns his world upside down.

Set during the Second World War this nostalgic, funny and moving story will appeal to all, from ten years and up. It is a vivid portrait of village life with all seventeen colourful characters played by one man.

Into the Breach at the RSCInto the breach at the RSC in the Dell


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After two popular performances at RSC Dell Festival in Stratford-upon-Avon, Mark CareMark Careyy will be performing Into the Breach at the Bear Pit Theatre on Saturday 23rd April to martk the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

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