Originally from Northern Ireland, Stiofàn trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating with a BA(Hons): Acting.
Credits on stage include: ‘Nell Gwynn’ at Shakespeare’s Globe, ‘Salad Days’ and HMS Pinafore – both at the Old Vic, ‘Orpheus’ at the Royal Opera House, ‘Noctropia’ at the Hampstead Theatre and extensive work with the National GSOP at Buxton Opera House.
Credits on Screen include: ‘Psycho (2016)’, ‘Dress Rehearsal’, ‘Waiting on a Train’ and Supreme Tweeter.
Stiofàn also has enjoyed a wide and varied career as an internationally requested photographic and runway model and has made various concert appearances in the UK and Ireland.
Josie trained at The Central School of Speech and Drama and graduated with a 1st class BA (Hons) Acting and was awarded the Laurence Olivier Award Bursary whilst training.
Credits include: 'Factory Girl' in Les Misérables at The Queens Theatre.
'Flora' in 27 Wagons Full of Cotton; 14/48 Project at The Lost Theatre 'Young Mary' in Merrily We Roll Along workshop at The Menier Chocolate Factory.
Zac trained at London College of Music.
Recent credits include: Brown/Edward in the World Premiere of the new British musical The White Feather at The Union, Conrad Birdie in Bye Bye Birdie (Ye Olde Rose & Crown), HIlarion in Princess Ida (Finborough Theatre), The Mikado (Charing Cross Theatre), Light of Life (Live Theatre), and Hanschen in Spring Awakening (LCM).
Zac will be appearing in Andrew Lippa's "John and Jen" at The Etcetera Theatre in November.
Tori Allen-Martin is a multi-award nominated actor, singer, writer and producer.
Tori's self-penned and self funded EP, 'Wasted' debuted top 20 in the iTunes singer/songwriter chart and she is currently in the studio working on material for her 2nd EP, released in 2016. Tori is a featured vocalist on Idris Elba's mi Mandela album, after living in South Africa and Mali for a month, with Elba for the duration of recording. As well as writing with Elba, Tori has worked with artists such as Jeymes Samuel of The Bullitts and Bless Beats, for Big Life Management.
Tori is an award-nominated writer, the first piece of theatre she wrote (alongside Sarah Henley) 'STREETS' has played The Cockpit Theatre, Hackney Empire and The Vaults, and was produced by Tori's own production company, Interval Productions. Tori has co-written four musicals, and was recently commissioned with her co-writer Sarah Henley to work on a fifth for Idris Elba, Green Door Pictures and Bob&Co. Tori was OFFIE award nominated for Most Promising Playwright, and is currently longlisted for the 'Old Vic 12'. She also wrote lyrics for eight songs on Tim Prottey-Jones' critically acclaimed album, 'To Do. To Be'.
As well as her recording and writing work, Tori has appeared in many theatre productions, favouring new writing where possible. Theatre credits include: Originated the role of Chelsea in H.R.Haitch for Iris Theatre, originated the role of Nono in the World Premiere of Yarico, produced by Jodie Kidd at The London Theatre Workshop, Principal Vocalist at Christmas In New York (Speckulation Entertainment) at The Palace Theatres Manchester and West End, MiMi Marquez in Jonathan Larson’s ‘RENT’ at The Cockpit. Gary Lloyd's production of HAiR in aid of Help For Heroes at The Piccadilly Theatre, West End, prior to which Tori performed in the European Tour of the show as Tribe/Cover Dionne/Cover Abraham Lincoln (Venues included The Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam), originated the role of Lauren (as well as being co-lyricist) in ‘After The Turn’ at The Courtyard Theatre (2012 Broadway World Nomination – Best Fringe Musical). She also originated the role of 'Loveinia' in Ray Shell's critically acclaimed 'ZIP: A Streetdance Musical' at the Lion and Unicorn in Kentish Town. Tori was also a vocalist in ‘Streets’ at the Cockpit, Hackney Empire and The Vaults.
Oliver Mawdsley trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Recent theatre credits include: A Midsummer Night's Dream (Red Rose Chain); The Princess and the Pea (York Theatre Royal and UK/International Tour); Godspell, The Cowardly Porter (Frinton Rep); The Hundred and One Dalmatians, A Christmas Carol (New Vic Theatre); The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Arts Theatre, West End); A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Hunting of the Snark (Iris Theatre); Thirteen Days (Arcola Theatre). Radio credits include: The Corrupted (BBC Radio 4 series). Film credits include: Chancery Lot (Haligonian Productions); The Devil's Lamp (National Portrait Gallery). Oliver will next be seen as Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Theatre Royal, Bury St. Edmunds.
Originally from Newcastle Upon Tyne, Anya trained in Music Theatre with The London College of Music.
Credits include Elizabeth in Orpheus Studio's ""Frankenstein : The Metal Opera"" at The Space Theatre and Tess in Stepping Out's musical adaptation of ""Tess of the D'Ubervilles"" at The Park Theatre.
Anya has recently finished touring the Jane Austen Stage adaptation of ""Northanger Abbey"" in the role of Catherine and is currently preparing to perform Andrew Lippa's sibling musical John and Jen in the role of Jen at The Etcetera Theatre in November.
Training: Central School of Speech and Drama
Theatre: BEE BEES (The Yard Theatre), Secret Princess of Severndroog (Look Left Look Right Theatre Company), The Makeover (Vienna's English Theatre), Alice in Wonderland (Iris Theatre Company - Cockpit Theatre), Rovers (New Wimbledon Theatre), Sleeping Beauty (Wellingborough Castle Theatre), Gutter Press (Iris Theatre/ Greenwich Theatre), Black Snow (Moscow Arts Theatre).
Workshops Include: Merrily We Roll Along (Menier Chocolate Factory directed by Maria Friedman),Titans, A Few Words With George.
Ross William Wild
Ross' stage credits include American Idiot at the Arts Theatre, Dreamboats & Miniskirts on UK Tour, The Witches of Eastwick at the Watermill Theatre, Bare at Greenwich Theatre and Union Theatre, Celtic Nights on US Tour, Grease on UK Tour, We Will Rock You on UK Tour, Gaelforce on European Tour and Highland Heartbeat on Scottish & US Tour.
Ross’ screen credits include DNA Diaries, Taggart, Bruno & Earlene Go To Vegas and Downing.
Cameron graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama in 2012 with a distinction in MA Acting. Before this, he graduated from Queen Mary University of London with a distinction in English & Drama.
Since leaving CSSD he has worked consistently in London theatre, included shows at Theatre 503, Greenwich Theatre, The Old Red Lion, The Pleasance Theatre, The Rose Theatre Bankside, The Space, The Cockpit and The Courtyard Theatre.