Kim Hardy was trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama and studied Meisner technique at The Actors’ Temple and at the Salon:Collective.
His previous theatre roles includes Gavroche in Les Miserables, Andrei in Three Sisters, Feste and Sebastian in Twelfth Night, Lysander in Midsummer Nights Dream, Romeo in Romeo and Juliet and Hotspur in Henry IV. Kim is also a talented photographer. For his photography work visit www.kim-hardy.com
Julia was trained at the Hungarian Academy of Dramatic Arts and studied Meisner technique at The Actors’ Temple and at The Salon:Collective.
Her theatre credits include Natasha in Three Sisters, Sonya in Uncle Vanya, Abigail in The Crucible, Rosalind in As You Like It, Viola in Twelfth Night, Juliet in Romeo & Juliet, Queen Beatrix in The Silent Knight, Imogen in Cymbeline, Elsa in Spoon River and Diana in The Dog in the Manger.
Louise was trained at City Lit and Redroofs Film and Television School.
Her previous theatre credits include Lady Capulet in Romeo & Juliet, Olivia in Twelfth Night, La Marquise de Merteuil in Dangerous Liaisons, Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Queen Elizabeth in Richard III, Bernarda in The House of Bernarda Alba and Mistress Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor.
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Michael was trained at the Arts Educational School London and studied Meisner technique at The Actors’ Temple and at The Salon:Collective.
His theatre credits include Malvolio in Twelfth Night, Oberon in Midsummer Nights Dream, Barry Boyle in The Resurrection of Geri Gold and Professor Wiley Thomas in The Christmas Cock Up. Michael also writes and performs stand up comedy.
Stephen was trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and at The Actors’ Temple.
His previous theatre credits include Felix in the Odd Couple, Duncan in Macbeth, Levi in Joseph and His Dreamcoat.
Stephen is also a talented jazz singer.
Lawrence was trained at the Drama Centre London and studied Meisner Technique at The Actors’ Temple.
His previous theatre credits include Noah in Noah’s Ark, Oscar in the Odd Couple, Cleante in Malade Imaginaire, The Pilot in The Little Prince, Narrator in 100 Years of Solitude, Duende in Don Perlimplin, Widow Twanky in Aladdin, The Lover in Facades and The Writer in Act BeforeYou Think.
Maura was trained at the Gaiety School of Acting and studied Meisner Technique at The Salon Collective.
Her previous theatre credits include Sonya in Uncle Vanya, Bobshinkskey in The Government Inspector, Carol in Oleanna, Curio in Twelfth Night, Hattie in Laundry & Bourbon, Miss Fenton in Death Takes a Holiday, Eggletina in The Borrowers and Violet in Sweet Bird of Youth.
James was trained at the Poor School and took private classes in Meisner technique with Sebastien Blanc.
His previous theatre credits include Iago in Othello, Orlando in As You Like It, Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night, Artemy in The Government Inspector, Father in Blood Wedding, Carlson in Of Mice and Men, Sir Thomas Lovell in Henry VIII. and Raymond Snape in The Shallow End.
Anne was trained at The Actors Playhouse, Melbourne.
Her previous theatre credits include Eileen in The National Theatre, Mrs Wallace in Beyond Thearapy, Felicia Dantine in I Hate Hamlet, Jennifer in Televixens, Flo in Come and Go and Bianca in A Florentine Tragedy.
Paul was trained at City Lit.
His previous theatre credits include George Harrison in Counterfeit, Felipe in Evita, Detective in I Am The Way, Immigration Officer in Resolutions and Mr Reynolds in Limbo.
Sebastien started as an actor. He studied Meisner Technique at The Actors’ Pulse in Sydney, Australia.
His directing credits include The Winterling by Jez Butterworth at White Bear Theatre, The Shallow End by Doug Lucie at the Southwark Playhouse, Sexual Perversity in Chicago by David Mamet at the Giles Foreman Lab, Interior: Panic by Tennessee Williams at the Pentameters Theatre and Boys’ Life by Howard Korder at The Kings Head.
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Jo studied Theatre Arts at the Middlesex University in London.
She has previously worked as Deputy Stage Manager and Assistant Director on Georges Bizet’s Carmen and Mozart’s Le Nozze Di Figaro for Winslow Hall Opera; her recent projects include working as Assistant Stage Manager on Madeleine Bowyer’s Fragile at The Cockpit Theatre and Assistant Director for Colin Pink’s Defining Dawn at the Theatre Collection, Camden.
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Jane studied Time-based Art at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Period Theatrical Costume at the Kensington and Chelsea College.
Her credits include Master and Margarita, Krechinsky’s Wedding and The Seagull for The Moscow Art Theatre (Russia), Phra Law for the Patravadi Theatre (Thailand), L’elisir D’amore for the Irish National Opera, Rozsa and Ibolya for the State Puppet Theatre of Romania, Oedipus the King for the Hungarian State Theatre of Cluj-Napoca (Romania) and Sa Dan Ka for B-floor Theatre, Thailand.
For her portfolio visit: www.janerankine.com
Karolina studied Theatre and Performance Design at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts and Lighting Design at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Her previous credits include Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen, Summer and Smoke by Tennesse Williams, Private Lives by Noel Coward, The Lieutenant of Inishmore by Martin McDonagh, The Loves of Cass McGuire by Brian Friel, Ifigenia En Tavris by Euripides, Blues in the Night by Sheldon Epps, The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh, Socrates and his Clouds by William Lyons and The Shadow Box by Michael Cristofer.
For her portfolio visit: www.karolinaspyrou.com
Joana studied Theatre Practice Design for Stage at the Central School of Speech and Drama.
Her previous theatre credits include Carmen at the King’s Head Theatre and The Author at the Camden People’s Theatre.
For her portfolio visit www.joanadiasdesign.com
Stefan studied Music Production at the Leeds College of Music.
He previously worked as Performing Arts Technician at Sevenoaks School and Sound Technician and Production Assistant at the Deershed Festival.
For more information visit: www.sda-audio.co.uk
Chris has recently completed a Masters at the Royal College of Music graduating with the Adrian Craft Composition Award.
Last summer he won the International Antonin Dvorak Composition Competition, resulting in a commissioned work to be performed in Prague. He has recently been awarded second prize in the International Lutoslawski Composition Competition for his orchestral work Lavoisier’s Mirrors. A diverse range of recent projects include work as the MD for Je T’Aimey cabaret, a chamber opera produced in association with Tete a Tete and work on 51.prod’s latest film that has been shortlisted for the Cinesonika Festival’s ‘Golden Earwax Award’.
For his work visit: www.chrisroemusic.com