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Now showing at the Gala Theatre, Durham City – Teechers tells the tale of three school leavers, Salty, Hobby and Gail, who decide to perform an end of term tribute about their time in secondary school. 

This fast-moving comedy is a must-see for anyone who has endured life at a modern secondary school. 

Mahsa Hammat Bahary plays Hobby in Teechers at Gala Theatre Durham

Meet Mahsa Hammat Bahary aka Hobby 

Mahsa grew up in Whickham, Gateshead and went to school at Whickham School and Sports College. 

Mahsa trained at Project A, an intensive acting course at Newcastle's Theatre Royal. During which she appeared as Michelle Russell in Herons, as well as various parts in Bluebird, Debris and Much Ado About Nothing. 

Since graduation last year she has appeared as the lead role of Farida in regional short film Falling and has been a part of a Theatre in Education tour throughout the north east. When not performing, Mahsa is an avid baker and cake decorator.

Mahsa hopes that audiences will really see the joy that drama brings to school kids and see how important performing arts is in school. 

Sarah Boulter plays Gail in Teechers at the Gala Theatre Durham

Meet Sarah Boulter aka Gail

Sarah grew up in Biddick Hall Estate in South Shields and went to King George V school comprehensive school. 

Sarah is thrilled to be returning to the Gala theatre again after spending a sparkling festive season as Miranda the Mirror in ‘Snow White’ and even more recently as Mrs Linde in the Ibsen classic ‘A Dolls House’

Sarah is a North East actor, whose theatre credits include ‘The Great Joe Wilson’, The Secret Earl of Biddick, Rainbird, The Twelve Pound Look, Bankers, Jack and The Beanstalk and Catherine Cookson’s The Cinder Path and Waiting For Gateaux. 

Sarah is super excited to be going back to school, this time not only as a pupil, but a teacher and a caretaker too! Sarah hopes that audiences who come to see Teechers will have a good laugh and be able to relate to the characters and situations and reminisce about their own time at school. 

 Louis Roberts plays Salty in Teechers at the gala theatre Durham
Meet Louis Roberts aka Salty

Louis is absolutely thrilled to be performing in Teechers at The Durham Gala. He grew up in sunny Teesside and went to secondary school at Egglescliffe Comprehensive. 

After recently finishing a Christmas tour, Louis has been taking a bit of a break from professional face pulling and getting to grips with life behind the scenes in the theatre world and training under Gillian Hambleton at Northumberland Theatre Company as Associate Director, but when the opportunity to audition for a show like Teechers came along, he jumped at the chance. 

Previous shows Louis has worked on include: Apples and Peter Pan, The Machine Gunners, Dracula the Travesty, Beauty and the Beast and The Comedy of Errors. 

Louis would like to think it will take some of the audience back in time and that they'll think and reminisce about their own time in school. He also hopes everyone has a lovely time! 

Catch Teechers at the Gala Theatre, Durham City from Monday 6 - Saturday 11 May. 




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