• Daniel Desiano-Plummer

    Daniel Desiano-Plummer

    Dan is a northern actor who trained at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.

    A diverse character actor and accomplished musician, Dan is currently developing his one man show “Yorkshire Napolitano” set for its premiere as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival 2018.

  • Clarke Joseph-Edwards

    Clarke Joseph-Edwards

    Clarke trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and. A trained Puppeteer as well as an experienced children’s theatre entertainer and singer, Clarke also has an avid interest in physical theatre and improvisation and is part of a resident Improv troupe in Essex.

  • Fie Holm

    Fie Holm

    Fie Holm is a trained Actress from the Stella Adler Academy in Los Angeles and The American Musical Theatre Academy of London. Fie was born and raised in Demark but has worked mainly in the UK.

    Since graduating she has been involved in a variety Fringe shows including a cabaret at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and two new plays at the White Bear Theatre in London. Last December she played Jill in “Jack and the Beanstalk” pantomime UK tour.

    She also has great experience in acting for screen and has appeared in several short films and music videos including “Word Journal” playing the lead role of emotionally impeded Ruby and “Power to the People” playing Daisy the flirtatious and discriminatory 1930s waitress.

    With a great passion for dancing she works and teaches a variety of styles to both adults and children at the RDA in south London.

  • Yianna Sotiropoulou

    Yianna Sotiropoulou

    Yianna recently graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama (MA Classical Acting 2017).

    Born and raised in Greece, she graduated from Drama School Delos (BA Acting) in Athens where, apart from all the acting training, she had the chance to participate in the writing of two plays.

    She has experience both in Classical and Contemporary Theatre and she enjoys to challenge herself physically and vocally in every production.

    She is an inventive hardworking ensemble player with bravery and discipline.

  • Harriet Earle

    Harriet Earle

    Harriet is a recent graduate of Drama Studio London which she attended as a mature student, fulfilling a lifetime’s dream.

    Harriet recently received an offie nomination for her first professional performance as Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest at the Brockley Jack Theatre in South London.

    She is equally passionate about drama and comedy and has experience in both classical and modern roles.

    Harriet is an Actor-Writer and has a background in stand-up.

    Harriet is very sporty, regularly enjoying swimming, tennis and cycling. Other skills include piano, basic violin and basic stage combat. Accents include Birmingham, West Yorkshire, the West Country and Edinburgh. Harriet speaks French and Russian to an advanced level and has lived and worked in both countries.

    Harriet has a friendly and collaborative nature and excels at making projects happen.

  • Florence Odumosu

    Florence Odumosu

    Florence Odumosu is an actor/singer from London and a graduate from The Arts University Bournemouth. She has experience in classical and contemporary theatre, spoken word, devising and musical theatre – and is a keen writer and theatre maker.

    Florence comes from a classical and jazz vocal background and some of her other skills include: basic piano and guitar, Regional accents (Standard Northern , Scottish and Welsh ) and international accents ( American, Nigerian and Caribbean ).

    Florence is particularly interested in new writing for both stage and screen, and is looking for versatile opportunities to develop her craft as a performer. She is an active and generous collaborator and wants to take on challenging and progressive roles in the future.

  • Alex Dowding

    Alex Dowding

    Alex is an Off West End Award nominated actor, writer and improviser who trained at East 15 and with the Groundlings. A strong multi-talented actor who has been working solidly around the new writing scene since graduating, with his sharp wit, keen ear for accents and improvisational background. Confident and truthful in both comedic and more dramatic roles, Alex has skills in puppetry, physical theatre and live compering amongst others.
  • James Sheppard

    James Sheppard

    Previously a set and costume designer, James completed his retraining at Rose Bruford College in 2016 and has since worked on a variety of screen and stage projects, ranging from roles in well known classics such as Macbeth and Pygmalion to new writing productions and an action/adventure web series. Coupled with his experience before training he has been acting for nearly ten years.

    James has always been eager for new and exciting roles, whilst specialising in erratic comedic characters and concise, subtle dramatic performances. An enthusiastic singer, he has also sung  solo and as part of an ensemble in various musical productions including lead and supporting roles in Anything Goes, The Wizard of Oz, and Rent.

    A passionate collaborator and eager to take risks with his performances, James is never one to shy away from a challenge and learn new skills, recently learning basic tap for roles in Singing in the Rain and Stepping Out. Also a firm believer in ‘paying it forward’ he enjoys volunteering his time with student directors and actors, sharing his experiences with the next generation of practitioners

  • Emma Grier

    Emma Grier

    Emma is an actor and singer with a passion for Shakespeare, classic text and new writing. 

    She is also a workshop facilitator, regularly working with children and young people. Emma has experience in theatre, film, television and voice work and is currently pursuing work in new writing. 

  • Richard Innocent

    Richard Innocent

    Richard trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. He is a graduate of the University of Leeds, where he completed his BA in English Language and Literature in 2014. He has played a number of Shakespeare roles over the years, including Jaques in As You Like It and Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing (both for Fourth Monkey Theatre Company). He has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, both for Fourth Monkey Theatre Company, and for Aireborne Theatre, and has extensive training in screen and radio. Equally at home in psychological drama or in comedy, his casting makes him particularly suited to classical stage and period television roles.

  • Christopher Poke

    Christopher Poke

    Christopher is an actor with wide experience performing comedic and straight roles in modern plays and in Shakespeare—for example at the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival—and he has also made a number of short films. He often plays pretentious, sensitive or inadequate older men, frequently in professional positions, such as the incompetent doctor Bernard in Ayckbourn’s ‘Seasons Greetings’. But he can also be the “nice guy” who secretly harbours dark desires and intentions. He is currently involved in the Three Worlds Project, which is developing a new form of dramatic improvisation

  • Giorgio Borghes

    Giorgio Borghes

    Born and raised in Italy, Giorgio graduated from the Bernstein School of Musical Theatre in Bologna. He has worked in musical theatre, opera and theatre all around the country until October 2012 when he decided to move to London to further his career. He has worked in musical theatre, plays and physical theatre with The Alchemist company. Giorgio is a dancer and a singer songwriter with his first EP.  He is bilingual (Italian/English) and fluent in Spanish.

  • Elka de Wit

    Elka de Wit

    Elka is a multilingual actor capable of working in English and German, as well as also speaking fluent Dutch and French. She’s an experienced improvisor and member of the improvisation group Fluxx. She graduated from the Actor’s Company (LCTS) and  has appeared in many short films, including ‘Shelter’ 2014 (Patrick Gather & Markus Meedt) and ‘Findom’ 2015 (David Lyon). Elka is versatile and has played roles from bag-lady to business woman, battered wife to dominatrix.

  • Nicola Buckmaster

    Nicola Buckmaster

    Nicola Buckmaster is a trained actress, singer and puppeteer. She has toured with the famous Zippy and George, BBC’s Charlie and Lola and stomped through London with a 3 ton Polar Bear puppet the size of a double decker bus.

    Nicola is at her best in comedic roles and improvising in immersive theatre. She is always looking for great characters whether they include puppets, singing on stage or making an audience laugh.

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  • Andrew Cunningham

    Andrew Cunningham

    Andrew is an intelligent and engaging actor with skills in puppetry, song and storytelling. He works well with others in devising new work and is adept with text and improvisation for theatre and film, delivering truthful and entertaining performances. He graduated from the Bristol Acting Academy having returned to professional acting following an accomplished career in the environmental field. He has enjoyed success as lead actor and in award winning short film Corner to Corner directed by Ben Mankin as well as a number of stage credits in fringe and main stream theatre productions.

  • Sandra Meunier

    Sandra Meunier

    Sandra is a multilingual actress who will easily adapt to any style and genre. As a professional comedian she is able to bring the comedy out of the drama and underline the drama in the comedy.

    She is a regular of comedy webseries Faction of the Farce. She has shared the stage with Terry Johnson and Jeremy Stockwell at Hampstead Theatre in Ken (in its very secret 3rd act). She has also filmed various short parts in films. She also has modelled for a graphic novel style photography exhibition and filmed commercials

    Sandra speaks fluent English, French and Spanish, as well as some German and Dutch.


  • Pippa Hinchley

    Pippa Hinchley

    Pippa has been a leading TV, film and theatre actor since her teens. She is also a voice over artist and, more recently, a credited screen and theatre writer. Pippa is probably best known from her stint as superbitch Elaine Fenwick (Curly’s nemesis) in Coronation Street, although she hit the screens as a teenager opposite Anthony Andrews in post-nuclear war drama, Z for Zachariah. She has starred in the West End, regularly guests on TV in Holby, The Bill and Doctors and is an Edinburgh Festival veteran.

  • Kelsey Williams

    Kelsey Williams

    Kelsey has just graduated from the MA Acting Course at East 15. She has worked with Shakespeare expert Ben Crystal and has a strong desire to work with more classical texts. Her skills include puppetry, horse riding, skiing, hip hop dance and basic stage combat. Her accent range includes Northern, London, RP, Irish and Liverpool with Wirral as her native accent, leading to many recent comedy roles both in contemporary and classical texts.

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  • Rob Landi

    Rob Landi

    Rob is a London based Italian actor. After training at Arts Educational School, Rob has appeared in several films and theatre productions and comes equipped with a wealth of experience in physical theatre, comedy and song.

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