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Male Artists

Jake Douglas

Actor, singer and musician Jake has been performing since he was 14 with youth groups around Belfast before performing professionally for the first time at 17 with Tinderbox’s Convergence Ensemble. Since then, he has trained with Lyric Theatre’s Drama Studio and focussed on building his reputation within Ireland’s theatre industry. In November, he performed a… Read more »

Morgan Scott

Morgan is a Coventry based actor, dancer and choreographer. Credits include Dance Captain/Pete/Jay in Saturday Night Fever, Dance Captain/Ensemble in Thoroughly Modern Millie and he Principle/Ensemble in Loserville.

Jack Stewart

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Adam Greene

Adam is a Glasgow actor, singer, musician and gymnast. His recent credits include Lewis in Heroes (Twelve Twelve Theatre) and Jonno in Sex, Drugs and a Cup of Tea (Twelve Twelve Theatre). Film/TV Credits include: Louis in Love Will Always Win (Screen Academy Scotland) and Toby in Windows to the Soul (dir. Jack Buchanan) He… Read more »

Ronan Doyle

Ronan is a Scottish actor who trained at North East Scotland College. He has recently appeared in British Film Academy short ‘Satsuma’, directed by Alex Matthew. His theatre credits include: Peter Williamson in ‘Indian Pete’ with Quids In Theatre Company; ‘Granite City Adventure and Folk Tales’ with Graft Theatre Company; and Walter Kress in ‘Jock… Read more »

Andrew Marley

Andrew is originally from Glasgow and is due to graduate from BA Acting at New College Lanarkshire this year. He is currently touring with Baldy Bane Theatre Company with roles in ‘School Daze’ and ‘Friends Disunited’. He will also appear in a supporting role in the new series of CBBC/Chalkboard’s online series ‘Logan High’. Credits… Read more »

Kamen Brown

Kamen is a Scottish-native actor, singer and dancer. He is due to perform in the Qdos Aberdeen pantomime of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Recent credits include an Edinburgh Fringe run of ‘If You Give a Mouse a Cookie’ with Manhattan Children’s Theatre. After graduating from the MGA Academy of Performing Arts this year,… Read more »

Bay Bryan

Bay is a graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and originally from the US. He is a singer-songwriter, musician (guitar, piano) and dancer. Bay is currently working on his own solo show, ‘Growing Into My Beard’, which he will perform in Leeds and Manchester in late July and August. For tickets to Bay’s show:… Read more »

Craig McCulloch

Craig is a final year BSL and English student at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He is currently touring Scotland with ‘The Arrival’ by Shaun Tan. Recent credits include devised piece ‘Last Women Left’, ‘Love and Information’ and ‘Blackout’ with RCS.

Jack Simpson

Jack is a native Northern actor who is soon to graduate from the BA Acting course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Credits whilst training include title role in ‘Coriolanus’, and most recently playing Hogarth in ‘The Pool of Bethesda’ by Allan Cubitt and directed by Mark Thomson at Citizens Theatre Glasgow.