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Rachel Flynn

Rachel is originally from Edinburgh and trained at Motherwell College and the London School of Musical Theatre. Stage highlights include The Wizard of Oz (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); The Silver Sword (SellADoor UK Tour). Film highlights: Badla (Feature, Red Chillies Entertainment); 209ers (Black Camel/CBBC pilot); Will You Merry Me (Short, Best Actress Winner, 48h Film Fest).

Sophia McLean

Sophia McLean is a Scottish actor from the Grampian Highlands, based in London & Leith. Credits include Shona in the world premiere of Perth Theatre/Horsecross Arts & Morna Young’s ‘Lost at Sea’, directed by Ian Brown. Training at Drama Studio London, Sophia graduated in July 2018. Sophia was a 2018 The Spotlight Prize Finalist and… Read more »

Rea Campbell-Hill

Northern Irish actor, singer and dancer Rea is based in Beflast. Credits include  Peter Pan in the Lyric Theatre, Belfast, Paul Boyd’s Alice: The musical at The Lyric Theatre Belfast, Playing Tweedledum/Dormouse/King of Hearts and Shake It Down (Shakespeare in town festival, Savona, Italy) as Puck, Fritzie/Understudy Emcee in Cabaret (The MAC Belfast) and Ugly… Read more »

Aliza Vakil

Aliza is a London based graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Notable credits include: Johanna in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street at the English Theatre Frankfurt. Credits whilst training include Dot in Sunday in the Park with George, Ruthie in Bat Boy and Ensemble in Pippin. Aliza is also a long… Read more »

Nigel Miles-Thomas

Actor, director and producer and almost professional cricketer with over 40 years experience. Notable credits Dominic O’Brien in The Fifteen Streets (WE and UK Tour), Judas in The Coventry Mystery Plays (Coventry Belgrade) and Lord Byron in Bloody Poetry (Beverly Hills Playhouse LA). Film/TV Credits include: Mr Davies in Grange Hill (BBC), Pudovkin in Dr… Read more »

Jake Douglas

Jake is an Irish actor currently training at Oxford School of Drama. Credits include A Day with Bruiser around Northern Ireland with Bruiser Theatre Company. Thomas in You Are Here (Tinderbox Theatre Company), Thomas/ Ben in Convergence (Tinderbox Theatre Company), Fergal O’Hanogan in Dr Scroggy’s War (Lyric Theatre Drama Studio), William McKinney in TOM (Theatre… Read more »

Morgan Scott

Morgan is a Coventry based actor, dancer, singer and choreographer. Credits include Bill Bailey in CATS with Pattihio Municipal Theatre Limassol, Dance Captain/Pete/Jay in Saturday Night Fever, Dance Captain/Ensemble in Thoroughly Modern Millie and he Principle/Ensemble in Loserville.

Adam Greene

Adam Greene is an actor, writer, musician based in Glasgow. He is currently in development for his debut feature film Let Me Walk You Home and hopes to begin production Summer 2020. His recent credits include Santa’s Sleigh Light Keeper (Macrobert Arts Centre), The Storyteller in Kith (Primal Dream), James in The Edge of You… Read more »

Conor Grimes

Conor is an experienced TV and stage actor, originally from Ireland. Credits include: We’ll Walk Hand In Hand by Martin Lynch at The Lyric Theatre Belfast. TV credits include: My Mother And Other Strangers with the BBC, and ITV’s The Secret. Conor is a prolific theatre writer in Ireland, who’s work includes Driving Home for Christmas, The… Read more »

Libby McArthur

Libby is a Scottish actor based in Glasgow, whose television career spans almost 30 years. She appeared in the 30th Anniversary Tour of The Steamie. She has worked extensively for the BBC and STV in many of Scotland’s returning TV series including Taggart, High Road and Doctor Finlay. She is probably best known for her for… Read more »