Rebecca is performing over the summer and autumn at the Theatre by the Lake in Keswick for their 2014 repertory season. She plays Clara in Rookery Nook, Muna in Seeing the Lights and Kate in Old Times in the season, which runs from May through to November 2014.
The Guardian recently published rehearsal diaries written by Rebecca and other members of the company. Click here to read them.
Until June this year Andrew is in the West End company of the Olivier Award-winning spy thriller The 39 Steps. Although understudying both the multi-role-playing leads who together create all the supporting cast of the original movie, Andrew has gone on numerous times, most recently for three weeks until the end of April as Man 2. The show is on at the Criterion Theatre.
In May Chris appeared as Matthew Synott, FA official, in a pilot episode for a new sitcom, Grass Roots on London Live, the new TV channel (Freeview ch 8) dedicated to the capital. The show, written and directed by Luke Flanagan and Matt Connolly, follows the fortunes of a struggling London football club and its hapless manager, Harry Pickles. Click here to watch the trailer. The whole episode is available on London Live catch-up.
Chris is also currently appearing as the 1950s-style voiceover in a safety video for the UK government: click here to view on YouTube.
Catherine's feature, You (Us) Me, premiered at the East End Film Festival on 17 June 2014 at the Genesis Cinema.
The Deafening Silence won two Golds at the IVCA Awards 2014! It's garnered over 75K YouTube views: clck here to view a clip. This, along with Barbara's Story and others, is among the White Boat TV films selected for preservation by the BFI - see the article.
Continuing his success with commercial castings, Martin has just shot yet another commercial - for John Lewis, this time!
Maybe you also caught Martin on Saturday 3 May at the British Film Institute (BFI) in the short film Monotony, as part of the London Sci Fi Festival. It is also screening as part of the East End Film Festival 2014.
Caryl is returning as the presenter in An Innocent Man & Whodunnit at The Space, London E14 3RS, 15-17 July, a 1950s spoof detective radio play previously performed for the George IV Comedy Club.
She also appeared as Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Earnest at the St James Theatre, Victoria, 7-11 July for a second year in a row!
Last summer Caryl appeared in the acclaimed Pause as part of the Camden Fringe.
From the middle of June to the middle of August Lachlan will be playing Banquo in a site-specific production of Macbeth for RIFT theatre company, directed by Felix Mortimer, at the Belfron Tower, Langdon Park, east London.
Jennie will be performing in No Barriers with Barriers, a site-responsive piece of light-hearted inclusive theatre, running at Rowan's Bowling Alley, Finsbury Park, every Sunday and Monday evening throughout June 2014.
Jennie's recent project received media interest following a Twitter storm of the writer's paper puppet! Read the article in the Evening Standard and watch a clip on London Live. The Hole in the Night was part of the Skewbald Children's Theatre Festival on Sunday 25 May 2014, at the Dugdale Centre.
After a successful preview season in Bristol, Shaelee recently performed as Chloe in This Is Where We Live at the Vibe Gallery in London's Brick Lane. This Is Where We Live is a two-hander, hour-long, award-winning Australian play, and this run was the first time the play has been produced outside Australia. The show will also be produced at the Edinburgh Fringe later this year.
Abigail was recently to be seen performing in Roald Dahl's The BFG (adapted by David Wood), in which she played Sophie. The show ran at the Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, till earlier this year.
Last October Kudzi played Aaron in Titus Andronicus at York Theatre Royal.
We're delighted to be representing Matt, our newest member, originally from Chicago and now forging an acting career in London.
Jacqueline joined us earlier this year. She trained at the Brian Timoney Actors' Studio, where roles included Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire and Mrs Robinson in The Graduate.