Dino Pesut: L.O.S.E.R.S.

Directed by Morana Novosel
Translated by Filip Krenus

April 16th at 3PM
RADA STUDIOS, 16 Chennies Street, London

The focus of this play is friendship of four twentysomethings. At a more or less failed house party, they question their opinions, positions and search for some kind of a meaning.
They are driven to the edge after a visit from an unexpected guest who becomes a symbol of their aimlesness.

Dino Pesut


Dino Pešut was born in Sisak, 1990. In 2009 he enrolled at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb, Department of Dramaturgy.
His plays Alexander McQueen’s suicide note and Pressures of my Generation were broadcast on Croatian National Radio. Pressures of my generation was also performed on Young European Playwrights’ Forum as a part of Neue Stucke aus Europa Theatre Bienalle in Wiesbaden and Little Night Readings event in Zagreb Youth Theatre. It has been published in magazine Theatre and will be staged in May 2013 at the Croatian National Theatre in Split.
Play L.O.S.E.R.S. was finalist of the competition for best socially engaged play in the region by Heartefact Fund in Belgrade and has been nominated for the prestigious Marin Držić Award (Croatian Ministry of Culture).
He has been selected for Traverse 50 programme at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.

Morana Novosel

Morana Novosel was born in Zagreb in 1987. She read Cultural Anthropology and Information Sciences at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb.In 2009 she enrolled at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb, (BA in Theatre Directing).
Her graduation performance was Martin McDonagh’s Pillowman, which was performed as a part of Zagreb Student Centre’s 10th International Culture Fair. Her other works include Comings & Goings, based on Ellen Stewart’s script, A Room of One’s Own, a devised performance for the Student Theatre Festival KRADU, Nostalgia in (n) Frames, a performance at the Art Workshop Lazareti in Dubrovnik.
She has directed several rehearsed readings from 2008 to 2012 for Little Night Readings program at the &td Theatre in Zagreb, and at the annual student’s Rehearsed Readings festival at the Academy of Dramatic Art. She is currently preparing for the MA in Theatre Directing and working as an assistant director on several projects in Croatia, including Candide for Theatre Gavella in Zagreb.

Michael Swatton as Sanjin


Michael grew up in the heart of Sussex and recently graduated from The Oxford School of Drama. After a spell of travelling in Jordan retracing the footsteps of T.E Lawrence he hit up the London fringe scene performing at The Old Red Lion Theatre as a potato loving romantic in Love and Other Vegetables and more recently at The Hen and Chickens Theatre in Make Believe playing Rich a passionate cockney playwright. Michael recently finished filming for an improvised feature film in which he plays a psychotic medical worker. Having studied Philosophy at degree level he has a fascination for identity and action, tying his development as an actor in direct correlation to his development as a more aware and grounded human being. Michael loves to play and create. For his next project he will be playing Dan in Cold Smoke at The Old Sorting Office in Barnes.

Jim Mannering as Pasko


Jim graduated with a Masters degree in Acting from the Academy of Recorded Arts in December 2012.  He is delighted to add the rehearsed reading of L.O.S.E.R.S to his recent theatre credits, these have included lead roles in A Midsummers Night’s Dream and Love Thy Brother both at the Courtyard Theatre, and  P.D.A at Theatre 503.

Ivana Krizmanic as Roza


Ivana was born in Zagreb. She trained at Academy of Live and Recorded Arts
Her recent theatre credict include: 12/2 (Kino Grič), Sun City (Theatre of Die), Lux in Tenebris (ITD Theatre), Solitaries (Istrian National Theatre), Šarengrad (ITD Theatre)
Television: Rest in Peace (Ringmultimedia), Under a Lucky Star (NOVA TV), Unhappy Millionaire (Croatian Radio Television)
Film: Tramontana (FAGEP Productions), I Love You (Croatian Radio-Television)
Short Film: He Said He Was Very Tired (KINOKLUB Zagreb), Do You Have a Story? (BLANK Production), I’m a Self-Made Woman (ADU Production)


Tomas Loftus as David


Kevin Potton as Djuro


Christopher Brett Bailey as Vedran


Christopher Brett Bailey is a performer, writer and musician. He is a makes live art/theatre shows with Made In China and is the author of award-winning ‘punk-musical The Inconsiderate Aberrations of Billy the Kid. He has performed at National Theatre, BBC, Roundhouse and on tour internationally. www.christopherbrettbailey.com


Anthony Bull as Vilim

anthony bull

Anthony trained at Morley Acting Studio with Craig Snelling. Acting credits include:
Film: Anytown (Rick) and Loving Lana (Sal) by Clifton Lloyd Bryan (lifelynMEDIAWORKS)
TV; Agatha Christie A Life In Pictures(John); Richard Curson Smith (Wall to Wall Productions).
Recent theatre include: The Lover (Richard/Max) by Harold Pinter at The White bear and on tour. He works also as a director and writer. Recent writing credits include: The Random Acts of Strangers at the Etcetera and The Courtyard, and Not Going Down at the Kings Head. He is currently working on Hunter to be directed by Gary Wright and to premiere in Glasgow in May.