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REBECCA BLACKSTONE trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Theatre includes The Sunshine Boys (Savoy Theatre), Cool Hand Luke (Aldwych Theatre), The Country (Salisbury Playhouse), Midlife Crisis (Coalition Theatre for Old Vic New Voices), Afraid of the Dark (Charing Cross Theatre), Victory at the Dirt Palace, Cleansed, La Dispute, A Bright Room Called Day, Man of Mode, Fear and Company (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art), Macbeth and Henry V (Michigan Shakespeare
Festival) and Hot L. Baltimore and The Cradle Will Rock (University of Michigan).
Television includes Professor T and Red Dwarf.
Video games include Devil May Cry, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Ni No Kuni II: The Revenant Kingdom, The Drowning, Microsoft Lift – Echo Falls, Depth, Soma and Stagefright.


JAMES JIP trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Theatre includes The Three Seagulls (Bristol Old Vic) and Hansel and Gretel (Amos Vale Cemetery).
Film includes Bonnie and Clive.
Television includes Sex Education.


TOM KAY trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Theatre includes The Soldier (Salisbury Playhouse; Painted Hall, Greenwich; Macready Theatre, Rugby; King's College, Cambridge; Great War Huts, Suffolk; and St George's Chapel, Ypres, Belgium), Journey’s End (The Gunpowder Store, Ypres, Belgium; and The Guards Chapel, Wellington Barracks), Birdsong (National Tour), Five Guys Chillin (King’s Head Theatre), Inigo (White Bear Theatre), American Psycho (Almeida Theatre), A Woman Killed with Kindness (National Theatre), The Taming of the Shrew (National and International Tour), The Tempest (National and International Tour), La Dispute, Cleansed, A Bright Room Called Day, The Man of Mode and Alcestis (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art).
Television includes The Children Next Door and Doctors.


MAJA SIMONSEN trained at Oure Theatre Denmark and The Actors Centre.
Film includes Love by Proxy, The King’s Man and The Existence of Liberty White.
Television includes The Wheel of Time, Sexy Beast, Emily in Paris, Treadstone, Immortality and Turn Up Charlie.


JODIE TYACK trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Theatre includes Kindertransport, In Arabia We’d All Be Kings and The Bright and Bold Design (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art).
Film includes Odyssey and Rejoyce.
Television includes Wreck, Agatha Raisin, The Window, Noughts and Crosses, The Feed, Midsomer Murders, Prime Suspect 197 and Unforgotten II.
Film: Going off Big Time; Baby Juice Express; Hampstead

Radio: Hamlet (A Man for Today), (BBC Radio 4).

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