Virge most recently worked at the Arcola Theatre in hamlet is dead. no gravity.
Previous theatre includes The Picture of Dorian Gray (White Bear Theatre), Women of Twilight (Edinburgh Pleasance), Merrie England (Finborough Theatre) and Hamlet! The Musical (Richmond Theatre/Theatre Royal, Northampton/Edinburgh Festival).
She recently Whose Life Is It Anyway? at the Frinton Summer Theatre and is currently performing in Brexit: The Musical, at Edinburgh Fringe.
Brexit: The Musical
Rave reviews are coming in for Brexit: The Musical, starring Virge Gilchrist as Theresa May.
The press on Virge and Brexit…:
- “Theresa [May], played uncannily well by Virge Gilchrist…” 4 stars, Ann Treneman, The Times
- “…a wonderful Theresa May…who sings a powerful ballad about bloody difficult men…simply delightful…characters spot on.” 4 stars, Robin Strapp, British Theatre Guide
- “The EU referendum has never been so fabulous.” 4 stars, Matt Owe, The 730 Review
- “this witty new musical has a barrage of catchy songs delivered by a joyously talented cast.” 4 stars, Bethan Highgate-Betts, Three Weeks Edinburgh
- “The vocals from Theresa May…were incredible, May’s ballad brought the house down – and had people cheering for more…this is the political satire for everyone.” 5 stars, Sarah Virgo, Broadway Baby
Brexit: The Musical, plays at C-Venues as part of Edinburgh Fringe 2017, until August 28th.
Virge Gilchrist in 'Brexit: The Musical'
Virge will be playing Theresa May in the upcoming satirical musical; Brexit: The Musical, which will be playing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival from the 2nd-28th of August.
Reviews for 'Whose Life is it Anyway?'
Virge Gilchrist receives mention in glowing review of Clive Brill’s production of Whose Life is it Anyway? at the Frinton Summer Theatre.
The press on Virge:
- …top-notch supporting cast. Plaudits go to Virge Gilchrist as the steely Sister Anderson” Tom Dalby, Frinton & Walton Gazette
'Whose Life Is It Anyway'
Virge Gilchrist has been announced to play Sister Anderson in Whose Life Is It Anyway?, directed by Clive Brill, at the Frinton Summer Theatre.
The production runs from 19th – 23rd July.
A Song of Lunch
Virge Gilchrist is to star in two-hander A Song of Lunch, alongside Robert Bathurst.
The play, written by Christoper Reid, is based on Reid’s prize-winning poem A Scattering, and will play on the 1st May at the Chiddingstone Castle Literary Festival and on June 12th at the Dovedale Arts Festival, directed by Robert Brathurst.
hamlet is dead. no gravity
Virge played Caro in Andrea Ferran’s hamlet is dead. no gravity as part of the Volta International Festival at the Arcola Theatre.
Press on hamlet is dead. no gravity:
– “hamlet is dead. no gravity‘s modestly sized cast is impressive, with passion and talent in abundance” – Ellie Bannerman, A Younger Theatre
The play ran for eight performances in September 2015.