Gabrielle plays Kara in Bonus of Contention, Tabitha in The Artistically-Protected Right to Over-React and Amy in A Meaningful (albeit Brief) Encounter.
Trained at Drama Centre London. Feature films include playing Rose in Demon, directed by Mark Duffield. Short films include Lethe (National Film and Television School) and Shelf Life (Drama Centre London). Theatre work includes As You Like It as 'Celia' (White Bear theatre), Savage in Limbo as 'Linda' (Camden Fringe), Chloe in Significant Other (Pensive Federation, Tristan Bates) Amy in Meaningful Encounter (Brockley Jack) and as a three minute round performer in Monologue Slam at the Theatre Royal Stratford East. @Gabzcurtis
Connor plays Seb in Bonus of Contention.
Trained: Birmingham School of Acting, 2010 -Graduated with 1st Class Honours.Stage Credits Include: House of Ghosts (National Tour) How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court) Fade to Black (Theatre Royal Stratford East)TV Credits Include: Doctors (BBC) Great Night Out (Hat Trick Productions) Film Includes: Fifteen (Th1ng Productions) Turbulence (Dreamfinder)
Reece plays Ahmed in London-Damascus
Trained at Blackpool School Of Creative Arts where he achieved his BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre. After graduating he then went on to pursue an intensive course at the Actors Studio (Pinewood Studios). His Credits Include Thoroughly Modern Millie - Ira Gershwin (Adelphi Theatre London), My Runway London Edition (The O2 Indigo) Model / Dancer, Vittorio Vidal in Sweet Charity (Grand Theatre Blackpool), Lead Vocalist in Soho Theatre, Jack in a Samaritans reconstruction documentary (TFL), Paul in Fixers Anti Bullying Film.
Charlotte plays Jen in Native Tongues
Trained at The Lee Strasberg Theatre And Film Institute in New York City. Theatre includes: Helena in Weimar Cabaret (The London Theatre); Goldie in Behind The Scenes (East Acton Arms) and Female Ensemble in How I Learned To Drive (Marilyn Monroe Theatre, Off Broadway). Television includes: Casualty (BBC).Charlotte appears in music videos for Kideko, Lucy Spraggan & Scouting For Girls. She was also part of the featured cast for the opening and closing ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympics.
Nick plays Oli in Native Tongues
Trained at the Actor’s Temple in London, recent theatre productions include “Protocols” (RADA), “Backseat Drivers” (The London Theatre), “Uncle Vanya” (Actor’s Temple), “Staffroom” (Tristan Bates), “A Family Affair” (Drayton Arms) and “ICU” (The Kings Head). Film credits include “War of the English Foxhounds”, “A Short Affair”, “An Island in Ruin” and “The man who walked on the moon” amongst others.
Ryan plays Matt in The Artistically-Protected Right to Over-React
Trained at the Drama Centre London. Theatre: Shrapnel (Arcola Theatre), Clarion (Arcola Theatre), Soggy Brass Comedy (Southwark Playhouse), Click (Riverside Studios), Fool in King Lear (The Cockpit Theatre). Film and TV: Another Mother’s Son (Bill Kenwright Films), Abschussfahrt (Rat Pack / Constantin Films), To Leech (BFI Shorts), The Unlikely Events In The Life Of... - a TV comedy (WDR Germany), Heldt (ZDF / SONY Pictures). Creator of web comedy www.pointsofyou.eu.
Freddie plays Adam in London-Damascus
A recent graduate of East 15 Acting School - BA Acting Course. His theatre credits include Bernard in Death of a Salesman, Chadwick in Punk Rock, Solyony in Three Sisters and more recently Mike in Dinner with East 15 at the Tristan Bates Theatre. The Old Red Lion is one of Freddie’s favourite theatres and as a member of the LGBT community he is thrilled to be part of London-Damascus
DeVon plays Richard in The Goblin King
Credits NYC: "Richard and Anne" ("a talent to watch"- NYTimes at the Young Mirror) ; DC: "Richard II" , "Henry V" (The Shakespeare Theatre Co), "Superior Donuts" (The Studio Theatre); International: "Noise" (Painted Filly - Dublin Fringe), Mime! (NU Mime Company - Festival D'Avignon). London: "When We Dead Awaken" (Les Foules), "Othello" (HT Theatre). Training: Theatre, Northwestern University, Chicago.
Sophia plays The Commuter in C'etait Ouf
Sophia is in her final year at Cambridge University where she studies Russian. She spent last year studying acting at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts in Moscow. Theatre includes: The Master and Margarita, Into the Woods, Blue Stockings, Frost/Nixon, On the Razzle (all ADC Theatre, Cambridge) and Bazaar and Rummage (Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014).
Amy plays Clara in Bones
Amy studied drama at Syracuse University in New York. Screen credits include the films Andorra (Open Jaw Productions) and Boycrazy (Near Life Productions) and TV series 50 Ways to Kill Your Lover (A+E Networks). Stage credits include Tennessee Williams' Something Unspoken (Pentameters Theatre), Lovers and Other Strangers (Cockpit Theatre), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Los Angeles), David Mamet’s Sexual Perversity in Chicago (Philadelphia), and Fiddler on the Roof (Minneapolis).
Nick plays Dom in Bones
Nick trained for stage with theatre, text and voice coach Natalie Grady; and for screen with Darren RL Gordon at DNA Performance Academy, both in Manchester. His acting credits include: Enveloped In Velvet (Arts Theatre West End & HOMEmcr), The Gambit (Theatre 503 and Edinburgh Festival Fringe), Maggie And The Song Of The Sea (Oldham Coliseum), Babel (The Lowry); and for TV in BBC One’s Ordinary Lies; and Coronation St amongst others.
Danny plays the title role in The Goblin King
Danny plays The Goblin King in The Goblin King. Training in both London and at Stella Adler in New York, Danny plays lead Floyd in new sci-fi Feature 'Kaleidoscope Man' (dir:Simon Cox), recent short films include Andel in 'The Prague Provision' and Scouse Dave in 'The Con Game' (Lumino Pictures). Stage work includes Richard III for Oxford Shakespeare Company, Astrov in Uncle Vanya (Stella Adler) and The Pensive Federation Significant Other Festival. Danny is working with renowned acting coach Ivana Chubbuck in April 2016.
Stephanie plays Daphne in The Goblin King
Stephanie graduated from the Actor works in 2007. Since then she has had a huge variety of roles from the Scottish Politician Glenda Morrison in Bernard Shaw’s On the Rocks to Zowie, the girl who thought she was black inShoot2Win to appearing as 10 different characters (although not at the same time) in the restoration style production Aphra. Stephanie is so excited to be playing the role of the Daphne Harris in The Goblin King - she is practically bouncing off the walls much to the dismay of Jo, the director.
Carole plays Lottie in The Revolution Will Not Be Grammatically Correct
Carole Street trained at Drama Centre. Theatre and TV credits include: Polly Toynbee in Down and Out in Paris and London: Pleasance, Edinburgh festival; Miss Binns in Office Suite: Minerva, Chichester, and no:1 tour; Beatrice in The Upstanding Member at Old Red Lion ; Mother Bayard, The Long Christmas Dinner, King’s Head theatre, and Aunt Queenie in Bell, Book and Candle, Greenwich Playhouse. Meryl Baxter in Deep Cuts, and Tsarina Maria Feodorovna in Raiders of the Lost Art (TV).
Phoebe Batteson Brown
Phoebe plays Katya in A Meaningful (Albeit Brief) Encounter
Phoebe graduated from ArtsEd in 2014. Theatre credits include Graduates Edition Monologue Slam (Theatre Royal Stratford East), A Flat Full of Chandeliers (Hen and Chickens), Sheltered (Tabard Theatre), Tartuffe (Canal Café), Freedom, Books, Flowers and the Moon (The Waterloo East), After The Gold Rush (Tristan Bates), Small Chances (Leicester Square Theatre), and Feathers (Edinburgh Fringe). Phoebe’s first feature film, Early Bird, where she plays the female lead, will be released in May.
Emily plays Clara in The Goblin King
Emily recently trained at Rose Bruford, Theatre credits include: Days of Significance (Unicorn Theatre) City of Voices (Soho Theatre) Eccentric (Greenwich Theatre) Woodland (Old Red Lion) The Position (The Tabard) Tv: Teaching Abortion (Teachers Channel). Emily has also trained in clown, improv and currently training in aerial.