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29th April Scratch Night Actors Announced!

Updated: Apr 27

Collage of 14 actor headshots

Our recent actor call out received an incredible 70 applications of a really high standard. It made casting very difficult for the Play Full team who watched all the videos and showreels individually then came together for a lengthy selection meeting. There were so many videos we loved and we discovered lots of actors we are desperate to work with.

After much deliberation, we're excited to announce the casts who will be performing at Play Full Scratch Night in Civic House, Glasgow on 29th April.

Tickets are on sale now and start at just £5. Be quick to avoid disappointment (previous Play Full Scratch Nights have sold out in advance!). Tickets are available at

Meltdown by Wren Brian

  • Stephen Quinn as Harlow

  • Chris Veteri as Adi

  • Valerie Andrews as Moran

  • Alex Medland as Servant

UNCLE by Lynsey Cullen

  • Kareem Nasif as Simon

  • Meredith DiPaolo Stephens as Jen

  • Kirsty Miller as Kat

  • Dylan Mooney as Will

Electric Shock by Linton Zhang

  • Hannah Docherty as Avery

  • Kenneth McColl as Jason

  • Elicia Daly as Chantal

UPDATE: Elicia has unfortunately had to pull out due to unforeseen commitments but we are thrilled to have Trish Mullin step in last minute to play Chantal.

Julia & the Not All Bad Jazz Band by Garrick Douglas Pagel

  • Victoria Giambalvo as Julia

(Please Do) Look Back in Anger by Emre Arslanbek

  • Adam James Johnston as Rehardinav (Richard)

  • Emma Lynne Harley as Sarahinavia (Sarah)

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