Katie Elin-Salt begins rehearsals for Season’s Greetings

Date - 3 September, 2013, All News Theatre
Katie Elin-Salt | Sainou Talent Agency London (c) Michael Shelford

Katie Elin-Salt starts rehearsing this week for the Alan Ayckbourn comedy, Season’s Greetings which plays at the Clwyd Theatre in North Wales throughout October.

It’s Christmas Eve in the Bunker household. Neville and Belinda are hosting the festivities and family and friends are gathering to eat, drink and make merry. Grouchy Uncle Harvey is settled in front of the TV. Bernard is more concerned with his amateur puppet show while his wife Phyllis causes mayhem in the kitchen as she prepares dinner.

Season’s Greetings is an uncompromising portrait of a traditional family Christmas in which culinary disasters, drunkenness, neglected wives, infidelity under the tree and an amorous Santa create a sparking bittersweet comedy and a riotously funny take on the festive season.

Overview

Native Welsh actress Katie Elin-Salt trained at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Notable theatre credits include the lead role of LV in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice for Bolton Octagon, Grace in Out of Love for Paines Plough's Roundabout Season, Meryl in Crouch Hold Pause Engage for Out of Joint and National Theatre of Wales, Phebe in As you Like it, Patti in Season's Greetings, Rita in Educating Rita all for Theatr Clywd.

Television credits include Amy Edwards in two series of Stella for Tidy Productions, Doctors for BBC TV, Flash Prank for MTV, Tissues and Issues and Perfect Summer both for Fiction Factory.

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