Cast

Luke Maddison – ‘Nathan’

Luke Maddison is the first actor to join Steel and Iron, which is no shock since he stars in our latest music video INDUSTRY. Luke has been a part of the production since it’s conception and will play the part of ‘Nathan’. 

Luke is a professional actor based in the North East. Beginning his career at 18, Luke has since been very lucky to delve into many projects and genres of performance including stage and Television as well as radio and opera.

Luke always enjoys collaborating with Twenty Seven Productions and is looking forward to finally bringing the people of Teesside something to be proud of in “Steel and Iron” this summer! It has been a long time in the works and he cannot wait for you all to see it!

Some previous credits include:

  • Inspector George Gently –  BBC
  • War of the Worlds – Northern Stage
  • Leaving (national tour) – Curious Monkey
  • Der Rosenkavalier (national tour) – Opera North
  • When the Boat Comes In – Customs House
  • 1916; No turning back – Gala
  • Don’t Go Outside – Twenty Seven Productions.

Frances McNamee – ‘Steph’

Frances trained at East 15 Acting School and was winner of the Laurence Olivier Bursary in 2008.

I’m thrilled to be a part of such a fantastic story about a community trying to rebuild and redefine itself-something very close to my heart having grown up in the North East in the 90’s. I can’t wait to bring Steel and Iron to life and sing that beautiful music!

Some previous credit include:

  • The Last Ship ( U.K. Tour, Toronto,US Tour)
  • A Christmas Carol (Old Vic)
  • Big Fish:The Musical (The Other Palace)
  • The Rover, Two Noble Kinsmen ( RSC)
  • Clybourne Park( Rapture)
  • Love’s Labour’s Lost, Love’s Labour’s Won (RSC);
  • A Lady of Little Sense – Ian Charles Award Nomination,
  • Don Gil, Punishment without Revenge (Arcola/Theatre Royal Bath/Belgrade Coventry)
  • Pride and Prejudice (Regent’s Park)
  • A Midsummer NIght’s Dream (Royal & Derngate)
  • The Borrowers (Northern Stage)
  • Epsom Downs (Salisbury Playhouse)
  • Little Shop of Horrors (Salisbury Playhouse/Mercury Colchester)
  • The Phoenix of Madrid, The Surprise of Love, The One That Got Away (Theatre Royal Bath)
  • Brontë (Shared Experience/UK Tour/Watermill Theatre)
  • The Road to Nab End (Oldham Coliseum)
  • Jump! (Live Theatre, Newcastle)
  • Les Misérables 20th Anniversary Gala Performance (West End)

Film includes: Sammy

Radio includes: Fifteen Minutes Live.