Hannah Morrish
Hannah Morrish trained at The Drama Centre London and has won the prestigious 2014 Laurence Olivier Bursary Award. Screen credits include Call the Midwife (BBC, 2016) and in theatre credits Hannah has most recently starred in Julius Caesar, Coriolanus and Titus Andronicus (RSC, 2017).      
Matt Downton
Matt Downton trained at LIPA (Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts) and has appeared in both film & theatre internationally. Matt’s screen credits include Mind The Gap, a VFX driven sci-fi short film, The Elaborate End of Robert Ebb, which screened in 21 countries as part of Manhattan Short film festival.
Mateo Oxley
Mateo trained on a full scholarship at Arts Educational Schools London. Credits for The Royal National Theatre inc. The Drowned Man : A Hollywood Fable (Punchdrunk/NT), Three Days In The Country (dir. by Patrick Marber) & Angels In America (dir. by Marianne Elliott) understudying Andrew Garfield in the lead role...
James Naylor
James moved to London to train at East 15 Acting School in 2005. James’ screen credits include Alongside performances on screen and at theatres such as The Southwark Playhouse, Park Theatre and Tristan Bates, James is a skilled voice actor with recent credits including Lego: The Hobbit (Warner Bros.), Pan (Warner Bros),...
Guy Potter
Guy Potter has worked on a number of large-scale cinema released including Maleficent, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and in 2016 he co-produced 'Whatever the Weather' which aired on BBC Points West and ITV News. In 2016 Guy worked on Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One.
Joseph Phelps
Joseph Phelps attended Rose Bruford College where he achieved 1st class honours in BA (Hons) Acting. Stage credits include The Comedy of Errors (The Lord Chamberlain's Men, 2017), This is Matty, and He is Fucked (Appetite Theatre/Matchstick Live, 2016) and Macbeth (The Watermill Theatre, 2015).
Paul Andrew Goldsmith
Uncle Peter
Paul Andrew Goldsmith is a professional actor based in Norfolk. He has drama experience in theatre, film and radio, performing a variety of genres including physical comedy and horror.  Recent tours have included playing Nausius/Kretinus in the UK tour of Up Pompeii, Dr Watson in Sherlock Holmes and the case...
Laura Elizabeth Franek
Laura Franek is currently with the Impulse Company, has performed in numerous stage productions and her first play, 'Hard to Swallow', is currently being produced in London.  Her actor musicianship includes singing, piano, accordion, ukulele and guitar and recent credits include the Edinburgh Fringe Festival award winning UKIP! The Musical.
James Lacy
James is currently studying Meisner technique with the Impulse Company under the tutelage of Scott Williams. Credits include ‘A Hero’ and ‘Piano and Soul’ and he is writing and developing a number of projects for 2018. James has also taken a series of stand up shows to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Emma Howell
Emma Howell hails from Essex and moved to Cambridge to study drama at Anglia Ruskin University. Prior to this she studied at the Morgan Academy of Performing Arts. Credits include Grantchester (ITV) and The Theory of Everything (Working Title/Cosmos).
Helen Fullerton
Aunt Margaret
Helen has over 20 years in stage & screen, with credits for Cambridge Shakespeare, Chapterhouse, Seagull Theatre and Baroque Theatre. Helen recently wrapped on the new Wuthering Heights film (2018) playing the role of Nelly Dean and other credits include The Guardian (2015) and Will Power (2016).
Michael Southgate
Michael Southgate has appeared in Danny Cotton's The Colour of Life and Death (2015), 'Bwah-Bwah' (2015) and ITV's Grantchester (2016). Short film roles have included Eve of Christmas (2017), Envy (2017) and is currently filming for Mike Leigh’s Peterloo due for release in 2018.
Carys Jones
Carys is currently in training at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. A trained teacher and facilitator with Bristol Academy of Drama alongside a long term musical project. Stage credits include: Home (2017) and 1916 (2016) Caribou Theatre Company.
Michael Heslop
Michael is a student of drama with many accolades. Stage credits include: Rum Tum Tugger, Cats (Stagecoach Theatre School 2018), Ensemble, Goodnight Mister Tom (National Tour 2016). Artful Dodger, Oliver! (BSEAODS 2015). Michael's awards include a LAMDA Bronze Medal with Distinction and NODA's award for the most promising youth performer...