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» Last updated: 21st July 2015
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» THE CRUCIBLE by Arthur Miller
Benet returns to Birmingham School of Acting for the fourth time to direct a third year production of Arthur Miller's masterpiece about the Salem witch trials.

Opens October 2015
Crescent Theatre, Birmingham the News

24/07/15 » Winter return to BOVTS
Benet has been invited back to Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, where he had such a good time in 2012, to work on a first year project in November,

10/07/15 » BSA sees Benet Catty dancing with the devil....
Following his production of THE SUGAR WIFE in the spring, Birmingham School of Acting has asked Benet to return there in September to direct Arthur Miller's masterpiece THE CRUCIBLE. It will be his first production of a Miller since he directed A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE in 1999 when he was still at university, which remains one of his all-time favourite shows.

04/07/15 » LOVEPLAY is loved
Benet's striking new production of Moira Buffini's LOVEPLAY closed tonight at ArtsEd where it played to four enthusiastic houses. Already, one of the actors has been cast in a professional show, and others have been approached by agents.

22/02/15 » THE SUGAR WIFE goes down sweet
Elizabeth Kuti's little-known masterpiece The Sugar Wife has concluded its run at Birmingham School of Acting. WIth perhaps the strongest drama school cast of his career, and one of his best lighting designs, Benet had the most wonderful time directing this absolute gem.

25/10/14 » BLIND EYE closes to another full house
BLIND EYE concluded its run at Theatre 503 tonight with another full house. Despite receiving no press coverage from serious press and having no stars, the play was seen by nearly 700 people across its four week run.

19/10/14 » Full house begins final week
BLIND EYE had a busy weekend at Theatre 503, ending with a sold out show on Sunday. There are now five performance left. Best availability mid-week.

06/10/14 » Reviews start coming in....
Performances in BLIND EYE are being widely praised by the first reviews to come in, most recently from he Stage: "Gil Sutherland inhabits the central role of Otto perfectly...magnificent central performance" and from Time Out: "the acting shines through...with the talented cast". the Press

What's been said about our previous productions?

» Blind Eye
» Twelfth
» Dream
» Cosi
» R&J
» Silence

» Previous Productions Review

» The Mentalists (WE 2015)—Jul 16, 2015
This is the worst show in London. Richard Bean's comedy was written years before One Man Two Guv'nors made his name. It is a limp and leaden two hours that might amuse at the Edinburgh Festival but is ill-suited to a 1,000-seat West End theatre. Stephen Merchant, for all his earnest appeal, is no actor and... Read More Review

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