Time Zone Theatre Ltd in association with The Production Exchange and Park Theatre present the European Premiere of

Cry Havoc

By Tom Coash


Marc Antolin

Theatre credits include: Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre) and Marc Chagall in Kneehigh/Bristol Old Vic’s production The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk. Further theatre credits include Twelfth Night (Shakespeare’s Globe), Romantic Anonymous (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse), Peter Pan (National Theatre), The Trial (Young Vic), Taken at Midnight (Theatre Royal Haymarket and Chichester Minerva), From Here to Eternity (Shaftesbury Theatre), Matilda (RSC/Cambridge Theatre), Amadeus, Singing in the Rain and The Music Man (Chichester Festival Theatre), Into the Woods and Hello, Dolly (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre) and Imagine This (New London Theatre).

Television credits include: More Than Love.

Film credits include: London Road, Coconut Shy and Love Actually.


James El-Sharawy

James trained at Rose Bruford School of Theatre and Performance.

Theatre credits include: Camouflage (Amnesty International), The Fifth Column (Southwark Playhouse), Scattered (Clywd Theatr Cymru/Good Chance Theatre, Calais), The Cutting of the Cloth (Southwark Playhouse), Walaa (The New Diorama/ St Martin in the Fields), A Hard Rain (Above the Stag), Tunnel (The Nightingale Theatre), Portrait of a Man (Victoria and Albert Museum), Qudz (The Yard Theatre), Masked (George Bernard Shaw Theatre, RADA), Days of Significance (Unicorn Theatre), Death of a Salesman (The Rose Theatre), Amir: The Lost Prince of Persia (Theatre 503).

Television credits include: EastEnders (BBC), Doctors (BBC), Tyrant Season 3 (FOX)

Film credits include: Headcleaner (Studio Hansa), False Assurance (ICAEW), Evidence of Existence (Filmmaker at Large).


Karren Winchester

Karren trained at Guildford School of Acting.

Theatre credits include: Les Blancs and Children of the Sun (National Theatre), The Madness of George III (Peter Hall Company, UK Tour and West End), The Effect (Oldham Coliseum), Blithe Spirit (Vienna’s English Theatre), The Twelve Pound Look and The Browning Version (Bath Theatre Royal), I Have A Mouth and I Will Scream (The Vaults, ‘People’s Choice’ Winner), Hamlet (Fort Lovrijenac Dubrovnik), Dracula (Scary Little Girls Theatre Company) and The Ladies Cage (Royal Exchange Theatre/Finborough Theatre).

Television credits include: Coronation Street (ITV), EastEnders (BBC), Holby City (BBC) and Doctor Who (BBC), Crown Court (ITV) and Julian Fellowes’ Most Mysterious Murder (BBC).