George Warren in association with Park Theatre presents

Fishskin Trousers

By Elizabeth Kuti

Brett Brown
Jessica Carroll
Eva Traynor

Brett Brown

Training: RADA

Theatre includes his solo Henry V [Man and Monarch] (York Theatre Royal & International Tour); Hamlet (HamletScenen, Kronborg Castle, Denmark); Hamlet (Gangdong Art Center, Korea); The Tempest (Royal Shakespeare Company); Dear World (Charing Cross Theatre); Fishskin Trousers (Finborough Theatre, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmonds); Read Not Dead: Albertus Wallenstein, Perkin Warbeck (Shakespeare’s Globe); Tiresias (Bloomsbury Festival); Macbeth (Little Angel Theatre); Dream On - Shakespeare’s Dreams (Ostrava Shakespeare Festival); Phaedra (The Cockpit); Coalition: Westminster Side Story (Theatre 503); Oh What a Lovely War (Haymarket Basingstoke); The Tempest (Gdansk Shakespeare Festival); Last Seen (Almeida).

Radio includes The Cook and the Insurgent (BBC).

Film includes The Theory of Everything (Working Title).

A distinguished singer, opera includes Cavalleria Rusticana; Pagliacci; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Opera Australia); La Bohème (OperaUpClose).  Solo recitals include Brett Brown sings Handel; Bach’s Ich Habe Genug; Vivaldi: Lovers and Warriors; Postcards; and To Sleep Perchance to Dream  


Jessica Carroll

Trained at LAMDA.

Theatre includes The Broken Token (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Lakeside, William Andrews Clark - Los Angeles); Fishskin Trousers (Finborough, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Lakeside); Quirks (Southwark Playhouse); A Short History of the Royal Court (Shoreditch Town Hall); Old Bag (Theatre 503), Climate Change Play in a Day (Arcola Theatre); Ghosts (Battersea Arts Centre); Hellcab (Old Red Lion); Last Seen (Almeida); The Woman of No Importance (Assembly Rooms Ludlow); Taking Steps (Assembly Rooms Ludlow); Daisy Pulls It Off (Lyric Hammersmith).

Film includes: Polar

TV includes: Downton Abbey

Web Series includes: The Tone and Heads & Tails.

Radio includes: Life Begins at Crawley and The Future of Radio (Radio 4) as well as being named ‘highly commended’ in the Carleton Hobbs BBC Radio Drama Competition.

Jessica has an extensive voiceover career in videogames, audiobooks, cartoons and the TV and film ADR circuit.


Eva Traynor

Training: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).

Theatre includes: Ophelia in Hamlet (East Riding Theatre), Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice, Jessica in The Merchant of Venice, Dinarzad in Arabian Nights (RADA Cunard), Mog in Fishskin Trousers (Finborough Theatre & tour), Kate in The Sea Plays (Old Vic Tunnels).

Film/TV includes: Queen of the Desert (Werner Herzog), Annie in Cheerful Weather for the Wedding (Donald Rice/Goldcrest Films).  Receptionist in Shades of Love (Gate Television), Geli Raubal in The Rise of the Nazi Party (WMR for Discovery Channel).

Radio includes: Voices from the Old Bailey Series 2 (Loftus Audio for BBC Radio 4)

Concerts/Other include: Performer for The RADA Cabaret Company (2011-14) also conceiving, writing and directing shows; Poetry recording and live performance for Live Canon Ensemble, including Winchester’s Live Advent Calendar 2015, and Burns Nights for Oxford Playhouse and Greenwich Theatre; Period dance performer with Nonsuch History & Dance.