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SCOTTISH ACTRESS ISABELLA JARRETT....STAGE FILM TELEVISION AND RADIO

Isabella will be appearing in

Pitlochry Festival Theatre's

Summer Season 2014

Whiskey Kisses, The Admirable Crichton, Passing Places and Mr Bolfry

Information at

www.pitlochry.org.uk

Dont miss a fabulous season of Scottish Drama.


Isabella appeared as Fairy Nightshade

in

Sleeping Beauty

at

The Brunton Theatre Musselburgh

From 26th November - 4th January 2014

 

"Isabella Jarrett takes true delightin her villainy as wicked Fairy Nightshade."

Thom Dibdin The Stage Mon 2nd Dec 2013

"Battling over the fate of Princess Aurora good Fairy Thistledown and bad Fairy Nightshade

(Isabella Jarrett) vie magnificently for laughs"

Josie Balfour Evening News 11th December 2013


Isabella appeared as Jan in

Lockerbie: Lost Voices

by Lee Gershuny

Cumbernauld Theatre

Saturday 21st September 2013

@ 7.45pm

 

Scottish actress Isabella Jarrett and her daughter Hannah Jarrett-Scott will play mother and daughter in Lockerbie Lost Voices , premiering at the Edinburgh Fringe. This will be the first time they have appeared on stage together.

Family is at the heart of the story in Lockerbie: Lost Voices. Playwright Lee Gershuny intends the play as a means for those lost at Lockerbie to exist as more than just 'victims' by revealing their courage, love and humour, and their very real family relationships.

Production photography by Scott Anderson.


Watch Isabella in the new Scottish feature film

XANADU

Watch the trailer here


Isabella

can be heard on

Monday to Friday, BBC Radio Scotland on January 30th at 14.05


Isabella

can be seen shortly in

PRAMFACE

for BBC3

http://www.comedy.co.uk/guide/tv/pramface/


Isabella

appeared as

Wisteria the Witch

in Puss in Boots at the Brunton Theatre

Directed by Tim Licata

Edinburgh Evening News: Wisteria The Witch (Isabella Jarrett has just the right amount of presence and evil intent to produce enthusiastic boos and hisses. Drew McAdam 5th Dec 2012

 

The Scotsman: The Brunton has served up it's usual evening of glorious family fun... the most joyfully glamorous villaness in Scottish Panto (Isabella Jarrett's Wysteria). Joyce Mc Millan 4th Dec 2012

The Herald: Splendidly not nice is Isabella Jarrett's swishily glam Wysteria, who tricks Rory out of his boots. Mary Brennan 4th Dec 2012

 


Isabella can be seen in the forthcoming film

XANADU

Directed by Dominic Reynolds

for

Tempest Productions


Appeared

as

THE EMPRESS

in

ALADDIN

 

THE SCOTSMAN

Thursday 22nd December 2011

* * * *

"We have a small seven-strong professional ensemble that rarely misses a trick, in a version of Aladdin that starts off on the right foot.

In no time at all, Aladdin's wicked uncle Abanazer has whisked him away to the cave of delights.

They're helped on their way by two Genial Spirits, in Robert Read's chubby genie of the lamp, and Isabella Jarrett's beautiful and glamorous genie of the ring.

No opportunity for fun is missed, from opening number to closing walk-down and the whole Brunton team deserve the warmest Christmas applause, for one of the least pretentious and most enjoyable pantos of the year."

Joyce McMillan


Isabella can be heard in

THE GAP

By Colin Douglas

Directed by David Ian Neville

A radio 4 Woman's Hour Special

Transmission Mon 23rd May - Friday 27th May 10.45 - 11.00am

Repeated Friday 27th May 21.00 -22.00 Hrs


Isabella can be heard in

the BBC Radio 4 production

of

MacMillan's Marvellous Motion Machine

by

Jules Horne

 


Isabella appeared as

Fairy Glee

at

The Brunton Theatre

Musselburgh

23rd November - 31st December 2010

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David Leddy's

'SUB ROSA'

At the 2010 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

WINNER OF GLASGOW HERALD ANGEL

NOMINATED FOR BEST ENSEMBLE

STAGE AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE FRINGE

"Creepiest of all is the soliloquy delivered by Isabella Jarrett, as the mother of the girl who is being tortured by the management. In all of the Fringe, Jarrett’s was the performance that stuck with me — her character was strangely sweet and exceptionally heartless."

Alastair McKay

Sunday Times Magazine
Published: 29 August 2010

Sub Rosa YT

Fire Exit in association with Citizens Theatre

A late-night gothic Victorian promenade for small audiences in a Masonic lodge, by award-winning 'theatrical maverick' (Financial Times) and 'site-specific genius' (Scotsman). A haunting, darkly comic tale of yet another chorus girl burning to death. Meet Flora McIvor and witness her meteoric rise to power in a corrupt music hall. Bloodthirsty coup or red velvet revolution? The management is getting away with murder... 'Haunting ... magnificent ... stunning' ***** (Scotsman); 'Ravishing ... chilling ... exquisite' **** (Guardian); 'Tremendous ... vivid' **** (Herald); 'Style, suspense, panache' ***** (Metro); 'Compelling ... brilliant ... cunningly seductive' **** (Financial Times). www.MadeInScotland2010.com

http://www.edfringe.com/whats-on/theatre/david-leddy-s-sub-rosa

 


BARRY

"There's no lack of radical thinking in the story behind Frederic Mohr's BARRY.... Jarrett conveys it with great charm and skill."
Joyce McMillan The Scotsman

"Isabella Jarrett deserves plaudits for a brilliantly sustained performance"
Mark Brown Sunday Herald


ROWAN TREE
Theatre Company

To succeed as a woman she had to become a man.
ISABELLA JARRETT
as
BARRY
By
Frederic Mohr
Directed by John Carnegie
Designed by Gregory Smith

In the early nineteenth century, a young girl on holiday in the Borders vows to become a doctor.
This is the story how she became MAJOR GENERAL JAMES MIRANDA BARRY
Inspector General of Hospitals of the British Army

To fashionable Cape Town society, Barry was "the perfect gentleman."
To Florence Nightingale, Barry was "the most hardened creature I ever met throughout the Army"
To the charwoman who laid out the General's body for burial, Barry was "the devil a General! Its a woman - and a woman who has had a child!"
"A fine piece of theatre" Times Educational Supplement
"One of the most astonishing stories in the history of sexual politics," The Guardian
Frederic Mohr's fascinating play premiered in the USA to enormous acclaim in 1983 and was then produced by the Traverse Theatre. This 25th Anniversary revival brings director John Carnegie and actress Isabella Jarrett together again after their success in Hermiston, and renews an author/director partnership whose previous collaborations include the Fringe First Award winning Bozzy and The Admiral Jones.


Enquiries and further information: tel 01750 52261: www.rowantreetheatrecompany.co.uk
Rehearsed in Heart of Hawick

Isabella also appeared with Communicado Theatre Company in

Adapted and directed by Gerry Mulgrew

from the novel by Robin Jenkins.

Following the critical acclaim of Communicado's adaptation of Jenkins's The Cone Gatherers, Fergus Lamont promises once again to bring to life the work of one of Scotland's finest writers. In a story rife with scathing Scots humour, Jenkins introduces us to Fergus, a man at odds with his own identity. Despite a childhood in the slums, he learns of his nobel connections and is determined to join the aristocracy, claiming his rightful place in Scottish society. This journey of self discovery takes Fergus to the trenches in World War I, an Edinburgh country home and a weather beaten outpost in the Outer Hebrides before returning to his birthplace. In this adaptation of Robin Jenkins's most searching exploration of the modern psyche, Communicado creates not just an unforgetable character but an image of Scotland and what it is to be Scots.

Cast: Irene Allan, Sandy Grierson, Lesley Hart, Isabella Jarrett,

John Kazek,Beth Marshall, Aly McRae, Malcolm Sheilds, David Vernons

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Here

 

God's New Frock

Gateway Films

Watch the complete film in four episodes here

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