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James Boswell

James is an English actor who is based in London and Edinburgh. Notable credits include Steward in The Lady Vanishes (The Classic Thriller Company, BKL Productions) Albert in The Swell Mob (Flabbergast Theatre), Paul in The Night Before Christmas (The Imaginarium Southwark), Malvolio in Twelfth Night (Young Shakespeare Company), rehearsed reading Litus with Cervantes Theatre and Chaskis… Read more »

Candice Palladino

Candice is an American actor, singer, writer and voice over artist based in London. She was the winner of Best Actress at the Actors Awards Film Festival for her role as ‘Ashley’ in The Getaway. Candice has produced her own cabaret, Daisy May is Breaking In, as part of The John Thaw Initiative at The… Read more »

Emilie Patry

Emilie is a French/Scottish actor and musician based in Glasgow and London. Credits include ‘Mrs Hale’ in North and South, ‘Betty’ in Blonde Bombshells of 1943, ‘Ann Putnam’ in The Crucible and ‘Mrs Crachit in A Christmas Carol with Pitlochry Festival Theatre. ‘Bertrande’ in The Return at the Eden Court Theatre and on Scottish Tour. Emilie won Best… Read more »

Hannah Howie

Hannah is a Scottish actor and musician based in Glasgow. Credits include Else in Pure Freezin with A Play, Pie and a Pint (Oran Mor), Cinderella at the Citizens Theatre, Prudencia in Eastern Angles production of The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart and the 2016 Pitlochry Festival Theatre season, including Carousel, Scrooge the Musical and Hard… Read more »

David Mahoney

David is an English actor based in Edinburgh. He has appeared as ‘Edna’ in Hairspray onboard RCCL’s Symphony of the Seas. Previous credits include; Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood The Musical with Manhattan Children’s Theatre (Edinburgh Fringe); Scrooge! The Musical at Pitlochry Festival Theatre and the season in the Summer Rep company (2016). David trained… Read more »

Sarah Barron

Sarah is a Scottish actor, musician and voice over artist based in Glasgow and London. Notable credits include President of the UNGA in new musical The Mould that Changed the World, Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet at the Union Theatre, Southwark and Wild Goose Chase Theatre’s The Worst Was This at the Hope Theatre, London…. Read more »