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The Original Theatre Company, Ghost Light Theatre and Eilene Davidson in association with Park Theatre present the World Premiere of


By Torben Betts


Caroline l Janie Dee

Janie Dee is one of Britain's most celebrated actresses.

Awards: Janie won the three most prestigious awards in British Theatre; the Olivier Award, the Evening Standard Award and Critics Circle Awards for Best Actress in a Play, as well as the Obie and Theatre World Best Newcomer Award in New York, for her performance as Jacie Triplethree in Alan Ayckbourn's Comic Potential. She also received the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for her performance as Carrie Pipperidge in Nicholas Hytner's acclaimed production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel (National Theatre) and the TMA UK Theatre Award 2013 for Best Performance in a Musical for her performance as Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly! (Curve, Leicester).

Theatre: recent highlights include Follies (National Theatre - nominated for an Evening Standard Award for Best Performance); Linda (Manhattan Theatre Club, New York - nominated for a Critics Circle Award for Best Actress); Anthony And Cleopatra (Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles and the Barbican Theatre, London with BBC Symphony Orchestra) and Hand To God (Vaudeville Theatre).

Television: Crashing, Harold Pinter: A Celebration, The Murder Room, Death in Holy Orders, Midsomer Murders, House of Cards, Heartbeat and  London’s Burning.

Film: Dare to be Wild, Me and Orson Welles, The Trouble with Dot and Harry, The Driving Seat and Celebration.

Radio: includes Moneypenny in James Bond (BBC) with Toby Stephens; Words And Music (Radio 3) with Bill Paterson; Michael Frayn’s Pocket Playhouse (Radio 4) and numerous dramas for radio.

Recordings: Janie has also just launched her CD – Janie Dee At The BBC which is available on iTunes.


Leo l Jack Archer

Jack Archer trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Theatre: includes Quaint Honour (Finborough Theatre | Nomination - Best Male, Off West End Awards 2017); Nivelli’s War (Lyric Theatre, Belfast, and New Victory Theatre, New York | Nomination - Best Actor, The Stage Debut Awards 2017) and Confessional (Southwark Playhouse).

Theatre whilst training: includes All’s Well That Ends Well, Blue (Gate Theatre) and One Man, Two Guvnors.




Sally l Charlie Brooks

Charlie Brooks is a regular fixture on British television. Charlie rose to prominence playing the role of Janine Butcher in BBC1's flagship series EastEnders. Her portrayal earned her National Television Award nominations as both 'Most Popular Newcomer' and 'Most Popular Actress', alongside numerous other nominations and wins.

Theatre: includes How The Other Half Loves (national tour); A Streetcar Named Desire (Curve, Leicester) and Beautiful Thing (Arts Theatre, London & National Tour).

Television: includes Jimmy McGovern’s Moving On, Robin Hood, Love Soup, Angel of Death and Bleak House (all for BBC); Suspects (Channel 5) and Wired (ITV).

Radio: Tightrope (BBC Radio 4).


Amanda l Genevieve Gaunt

Theatre: Assassins (Edinburgh Festival) and French Without Tears (The Orange Tree Theatre).

Television: The Cukoo's Calling – Cormoran Strike (BBC/HBO); The Royals (Privileged Productions); Father Brown (BBC); I Live With Models (Reading); Life In Black (Paisley Films); Land Girls (BBC); Heartbeat (ITV) and Lost In Austen (ITV).

Film: The Last Dragonslayer, The Mercy, Dusty And Me, Face Of An Angel, Kids In Love, Hippie Hippie Shake and Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban.

Radio: Dr. Who: The Helliax, Dr. Who: Red Planets (Big Finish).


Mike l Patrick Ryecart

Patrick has just returned from playing Garry Essendine in Noel Coward's Present Laughter at The Theatre on The Bay, Capetown, directed by Fred Abrahamse, where he also co produced the world premiere of a new stage version of James Dearden's Fatal Attraction directed by Paula Bangels which then played Johannesburg. 

Theatre: includes Candida (West End); AA Milne's The Dover Road (Close Quarter Productions, Jermyn Street); Me And My Girl (Sheffield); Untitled (Finborough); Tunes of Glory (National Tour); That Good Night (National Tour); An Ideal Husband  (National Tour/West End); High Society (The Victoria Palace); Jus' Like That! (Producer - Garrick Theatre); The Rivals (National Theatre); The Beastly Beatitudes Of Balthazar B (West End); Ring Round The Moon (West End); A Midsummer Night's Dream (West End); A Life in the Theatre and The Importance of Being Earnest (West End).

Television: includes The Crown (Netflix); Poldark, Agatha Christie's Poirot, The Escape Artist, Midsomer Murders, Hustle, Much Ado About Nothing, Arms And The Man, Coming Home, Nancherrow, The Mystery Of Dr Martinu, Egypt, Pericles, Romeo & Juliet, Silas Marner, The High Life, The Rivals, Goldeneye, Young Indiana Jones and The Many Wives Of Patrick. US television movies of the week and mini series includes Lace, Camille, Jenny's War, Merlin.

Film: includes The Contract, Candle To The Water, The King's Speech, Mute, Showreel, Tai Pan, Heart Of Darkness, Prisoner Of Honour, Parting Shots, Twenty-One, Silver Dream Racer and A Bridge Too Far.


Graeme l Jack Sandle

Jack trained at LAMDA.

Theatre: includes Running Wild (Chichester and Tour); War Horse (West End); The Astronaut’s Chair (Theatre Royal Plymouth); Macbeth (Bolton Octagon); Far from The Madding Crowd (English Touring Theatre); Pains of Youth (Belgrade Coventry); The Daughter-in-law (Watford); Hayfever (York Theatre Royal); The Conquering Hero, The Company Man, Summer Again, The Marrying of Ann Leete and Adam Bede (Orange Tree); Twelfth Night (Ludlow Festival); Romeo and Juliet (Exeter Northcott and Ludlow Festival) and Two Noble Kinsmen (Bristol New Vic).

Television: includes Knightfall (History); Beowulf (ITV); The Tudors (Showtime); Spooks (BBC); Wire in the Blood (ITV); Merlin (BBC); Holby City (BBC); The Royal (BBC); EastEnders (BBC); Emmerdale (Granada); Doctors; House of Anubis (Nickelodeon); Indigo & Jake, My Hero (BBC) and The Birthday.

Film: Where Hands Touch (Anna Asante) and Scarecrow (Short).

Computer Games: James Bond: Blood Stone and Star Citizen.