A PRODUCTION COMPANY
Not Quite... is an exciting new theatrical endeavour by Richard Swann & Jamie Scott-Smith, who co-founded the company in 2015. The debut production, The Sisterhood is now in rehearsals, playing at the Leicester Square Theatre on 1st - 6th July 2015.
Ranjit Bolts' adaptation, The Sisterhood will send you home with a smile on your face and your stomach muscles aching from the brilliantly written comical text which is based on Moliere's classic - Les Femmes Savantes (The Learned Ladies)
We formed Not Quite... in 2015 to create an opportunity not only for ourselves but for seven other actors. There is always a lot of talk in the business about must creating your own opportunities and by forming Not Quite... we are doing just that with The Sisterhood. We wanted to make sure that our company wasn't just formed on the basis of producing one play and for that be it so we set some key company values that reflect us as people and reflect the struggles of actors in the industry.
We strive to produce high quality theatrical productions in London and eventually throughout the UK. To build a strong company of diverse actors who are passionate about creating, producing and performing.
A sample of reviews given for our debut production; THE SISTERHOOD by R. R. Bolt at the Leicester Square Theatre.
THE REVIEWS HUB ★★★★
"The cast are all razor sharp in their delivery and comic timing, and sustain a rollicking pace for the entire running time of just over an hour."
LONDON THEATRE 1 ★★★★
"... a lovely, highly amusing and surprisingly very contemporary play that worked on many levels... I really recommend you get along and see..."
Here are a selection of photographs taken for our debut production of THE SISTERHOOD by R. R. Bolt at the Leicester Square Theatre in July 2016. Photographs by Jamie Scott-Smith and Lia Hatzakis.
Jamie trained at Bird College & Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts graduating in 2012.
Theatre credits include: Chrysale / Vadius in The Sisterhood (Leicester Square Theatre), Matt in The Smallest Story Ever Told (King's Head), John in I Remember (Theatro Technis), Colin Craven in The Secret Garden (The Space), Man #2 in I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Bridewell), Tariq in Scandinavian Heart (Tristan Bates), Peter Van Pels in Anne Frank - A New Musical (The Fiddler's Elbow), Nikko/Ensemble in Wizard of Oz (Royal Theatre, Northampton).
Commercials: Microsoft Windows (Online), Sony Playstation (Television).
Richard graduated from Bird College with a First Class honours degree in Drama.
Film Credits include: Trissotin in The Sisterhood (Leicester Square Theatre), Doctor in National Theatre: Commedia Dell’Arte Explored (Documentary), Darren in University Struggles (Comedy Sketch), George in Leaflet Losers (Comedy Sketch), James in Settled (Feature Film), Dwane in W.C. (Short Film), Builder in Moments (Short Film), Richard in My Friend (National Geographic TV).
Theatre Credits include: Swanson in FlarePath (Bathway), Magic Mirror in Snow White (London), Artaud in Absurd Distractions (Site Specific).
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