• 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 a trained actress and singer her experience ranges from Shakespeare, classic texts, singing, multi roleing, comedy, devising and contemporary work.

    Often cast in roles that require emotional depth (her favourite role to date being Juliet in (Romeo and Juliet), Emma relishes the opportunity to get her teeth into a great part and make it her own. She loves being part of a company and working together as an ensemble to create something new.

    Emma is also an experienced workshop facilitator and regularly works with children and young people aged 5-19 years.

    Fascinated by human interaction and our relationships she is always looking for new and exciting roles and brings vulnerability, truth, a strong work ethic and energy to her work.

    Emma is currently pursuing roles in Shakespearian and classic texts and period and modern television dramas.

  • Yojiro Ichikawa

    Yojiro Ichikawa

    Yojiro is a Japanese director, actor and singer working internationally in UK, US and Japan.

    He has been trained and working in various of kinds of theatre including musical theatre, drama and physical theatre. His aim is to bridge many borders including those between musical and straight theatre, western and eastern cultures, and other contexts where our differences might enhance our creative expressions.

    He is a graduate of MA Directing in Musical Theatre in Arts Educational Schools London, and an alumnus of Japanese Government Overseas Study Programme for Artists, during which he participated in projects and workshops at numerous institutions including The National, Young Vic, Complicite, New York Theatre Workshop and Lincoln Center Theater.

    His acting credits include General Irinchin in “Marco Polo: The Musical” and Nagi in “The Red Candle”. He recently directed “Tell Me On A Sunday” at the New National Theatre Tokyo, which won a prestige drama award in Japan, and “The Red Candle – Mermaids in the East” which premiered at Brunel Museum and got 5 star reviews.



  • 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.

  • Howard Horner

    Howard Horner

    Howard is a graduate of University College London and the Mountview Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he completed an MA in Acting. He has extensive experience on the stage, performing in venues ranging from The Bloomsbury Theatre to fringe venues, both in London and Edinburgh, where he has performed at the Fringe Festival for the last four years. He also has experience on screen through short films and web series he has worked on. His natural voice and physicality means he is often cast as powerful authority figures, but he is also adept at roles demanding a greater sensitivity and more nuanced performance.

    He is also a keen writer and performer of poetry, and while at Mountview created a solo show composed entirely in verse.

  • Elizabeth Hastings

    Elizabeth Hastings

    West Midlands born actress Lizzie is a graduate of Bird College and the London School of Dramatic Art who thrives on a challenge and excels in roles that demand an emotional depth.
    She is an extremely versatile actress having played roles that range from an 80 year old Welsh woman with dementia in Tea with Mamgu which toured around Wales, a swinger in Alan Ayckbourn’s A Chorus of Disapproval to playing a mermaid in the newly written play by Polly Teale. She is a valuable member of any ensemble and a sought-after collaborator for devising new work. Lizzie is in particular pursuit of period and modern television drama. She consistently brings an abundance of energy, discipline and honesty to her work
  • Lucille Ferguson

    Lucille Ferguson

    Lucille Ferguson, is a graduate of The Atlantic Acting School in New York City. She was involved in a number of productions outside of her training in NY and has also worked and toured in Spain with English theatre companies, as well as performing in London and Kent. A trained actress for the stage and screen, Lucille is also a voice over artist and keen singer. She is a strong, versatile actress who always brings depth of character, rooted in honesty, to her roles. Always looking for new challenging roles, and passionate about new Drama.

  • Annabelle Hollingdale

    Annabelle Hollingdale

    Annabelle is an Acting graduate of the Manchester Metropolitan School of Theatre. Along with her naturally youthful, warm and bright energy, her strength for playing the depth and nuances of a character transcends both stage and screen with truth, vulnerability, and a quirky simplicity.
    Annabelle’s experience ranges from performing Shakespeare and classical texts, to hard hitting contemporary and new writing, adopting diverse roles from innocent, naive, ‘girl next door’ characters, to those much stronger, darker and of a gritty nature.
    Annabelle relishes the innovative and creative process of acting, particularly from an immersive and physical approach. Annabelle subsequently has an extended passion for devising and directing.

  • 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.

  • Sebastienne Williams

    Sebastienne Williams

    Sebastienne graduated from ALRA (MA Acting) in December 2012 and has since worked in theatre, film and voiceover. She has experience in multi-roleing, outdoor theatre, Shakespeare, actor-musician work, family theatre, improvisation, devising and puppetry. Theatre credits include Komedia BrightonNo Loss ProductionsTread the Boards Theatre CompanyNovus Theatre and Theatre 503.

    Sebastienne is also a trained, experienced musician (BA Music) and plays a number of instruments to a professional standard including flute (Grade 8), piano (Grade 8), accordion, keyboards, recorders, tin whistles, piccolo etc.


  • 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.

  • Dilek Latif

    Dilek Latif

    After a short career in law, Dilek retrained as an actor. She is often cast in high energy character roles. When acting she loves to play and work in a collaborative environment. In the last two years she has moved into theatre directing where her work has never failed to receive a great reception. Dilek is Literary Associate at The Jack Studio Theatre and where she has been heavily involved in the casting and directing of their Write Now Festival since 2013.  She is artistic director to the newly formed “Hibix Production Company”

  • Chris Whotton

    Chris Whotton

    Chris has recently graduated from Rose Bruford College. Bringing an easy Northern charm to his roles, Chris has a great amount of experience working with Theatre in Education and performing in Children’s Theatre Companies. Having previously worked with Television director Laurence Till on his premier stage production of Perfect Boy, Chris is also eager to work in a range of recorded media. From feature film and television to web series and commercials.

    While being fiercely proud of his Grimsby heritage, Chris also performs in such accents as Yorkshire, Geordie, RP, London, General Scottish, General American, Manhattan & Belfast.

  • 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 engaging actor bringing warmth to the performance space. He has additional skills in puppetry, song and story-telling which he has deployed in a wide variety of indoor and outdoor settings. Andrew continues to develop and maintain skills. 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.

  • 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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  • Roberto Landi

    Roberto Landi

    Born and raised in Italy and trained at Arts Educational Schools, Roberto is a versatile actor with a flair for quirky comedy roles and one-of-a-kind characters. He’s a very physical actor and keeps exploring his physicality through animal work, physical theatre and the Lucid Body method. Roberto has sung in shows both solo and as part of a choir. Since graduating in September 2013, he’s appeared in a number of short films, new plays and rehearsed readings.

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