A Little Commitment


A Little Commitment is a Disability Led Production Company with Gareth Berliner and Kiruna Stamell at the helm. Their latest work, which they made in their kitchen while shielding, is a show for children called Pirate and Parrot, (www.youtube.com/c/PirateandParrotTV).

About Kiruna:

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Kiruna had just completed a season on the West End stage, performing in The Jamie Lloyd Company’s production of Cyrano de Bergerac. This followed a very exciting production of Them with Kiruna as the lead for the National Theatre of Scotland. Kiruna is recognisable as the Head Abbess at the Vatican in HBO’s The New Pope. And Australian parents and children will know her as a Play School presenter. Play School is the longest- running children's show in Australia, and the second-longest-running children's show worldwide. Kiruna has been performing across the UK in theatre in both classic and contemporary plays for over 10 years. She starred as Anna, in the Olivier-Award-nominated production The Government Inspector and performed at the National Theatre in London three times, including: Everyman, Directed by Rufus Norris, Written by Carol Ann Duffy, Tim Crouch's An Oak Tree and Richard Bean's Great Britain, which marked her West End debut. Kiruna’s film and television credits include: Paolo Sorrentino’s The New Pope, Mirrah Foulkes’s Judy and Punch, Giuseppe Tornatore’s, Deception (aka The Best Offer), Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge, Ricky Gervais’s, Life’s Too Short, The BBC’s, Father Brown, Holby City, All The Small Things/Heart and Soul and EastEnders and Cast-offs for Channel 4.

About Gareth:

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Gareth Berliner is a Stand-up Comedian and Actor who has performed nationally and internationally at Comedy Clubs and theatres. He’s also performed at Festivals taking successful shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Fringe, Prague Comedy Festival and more across the UK. Gareth’s first professional role as an actor was in Coronation Street where he made his debut in 2014 playing Cormac “Macca" Hibbs. The character was initially planned for a couple of episodes, but in fact appeared over a five-year period from 2014-2019 as a recurring character. Gareth has also appeared in Dr Who, Eastenders and The Bastard Executioner.

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