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By Abigail Hood



Since graduating from Rose Bruford College, Caitlin’s theatre credits include: Mr Gillie (Finborough Theatre), Macbeth (Quarter Too Ensemble), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth (Young Shakespeare Company).

TV/Film credits include: The Things I See (BBC) and A Right Royal Roxy (ShortFilm).

Commercials include: Lidl Nachos (Food Hall).




Since graduating from the Oxford School of Drama, Abigail’s theatre credits include: That Face (Royal Court), Faultlines (Union), The Snow Queen (Scarborough Stephen Joseph), The Bomb (Lancaster Dukes), True Love Waits (Latitude Festival), The Lesson Before Break (Theatre 503), Weapons of Happiness (Finborough Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (Salisbury Playhouse), Whispering Happiness (Box of Tricks), All The Little Lights (Derby Theatre), The Snow Queen (Pegasus), Contractions (Old Fire Station, Oxford), On The Edge and Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Kepow Theatre Company - UK Tour), Bleeding Hearts (Bolton Octagon), Dangling (Southwark Playhouse), Spiral (Park Theatre), The Answer (Park Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bard City) and, most recently Private Peaceful (Nottingham Playhouse & Jonathan Church No.1 Tour).

TV/Film credits include: The Bill (ITV), The Things I See (BBC) and The Lesson (Urban Fox).



Emma trained at LAMDA and the Stella Adler Studio (New York).

Theatre credits include: East is East (Birmingham Rep & National Theatre), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (National Theatre – International Tour), Abigail’s Party (40th Anniversary Production, Theatre Royal Bath and UK No.1 Tour) The End of the Line and A Bunch of Amateurs (both Southwold Summer Repertory), The Borrowers (Polka Theatre), Yen (Gothenburg English Studio Theatre), April in Paris (UK No.1 tour), September in the Rain (UK No.1 Tour), Phaedra’s Love (Arcola Theatre).

TV and film credits include: The Suspect (ITV), Emmerdale (recurring role, ITV), Silent Witness (BBC), Coronation Street (ITV), Downton Abbey (ITV), Doctors (BBC), New Tricks (BBC), Downhill (Feature), 22. Anna Matthews (Short, Best Actress Award at Oxford International Film Festival 2021), Jo (Short, Best Actress Award At Movie Valley Bazza).



Gillian trained at RSAMD and The Royal Academy of Music.

Theatre includes: Hairspray (London Coliseum), Sweeney Todd (Bergen National Opera), The Bridges of Madison County (Menier Chocolate Factory), Dr Faustess (Cockpit Theatre), Skellig (Nottingham Playhouse), The Last Ones (Jermyn Street), Spring Awakening (Hope Mill), Sunny Afternoon (Harold Pinter), The House of Mirrors & Hearts (Arcola), Happy Ending (Arcola), It’s a Wonderful Life (Bridge House), American Psycho (Almeida), Say It With Flowers (Sherman Theatre), Chess (Union), Sweeney Todd (Chichester Festival Theatre & Adelphi), Hairspray (Original UK Tour), Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace), Into The Woods (Royal Opera House), Blood Brothers (Phoenix Theatre & UK Tour), The Fulham Jesus (Baron’s Court), Fear of Trees (Old Red Lion), Carmen (New Vic, Stoke and Tour), Sweeney Todd and Paradise Moscow (Opera North), A Tale of Two Cities (Birmingham Alexandra), I Love You You’re Perfect Now Change (Comedy Theatre), The Rink (Orange Tree), Company (Manchester Library), Me & My Girl and My Cousin Rachel (Perth Rep), Macbeth (German Tour).

TV and Film includes: Dorcha (The Darkness, Tharun Productions), Inside Balmoral (Channel 5), Eastenders (BBC), Holby City (BBC), River City (BBC Scotland), The Bird (Segalovich Prods), Distant Voices (Film Oxford), Nothing in the Middle (NFTS/BFI), Emmi (Film Oxford/Fernie Films), Recovery (Met Prods), Bottleneck (Judah Prods), Growin’ Pains (Web Series), Revisited (NFS).



Kevin trained with Jacques Lecoq, Philippe Gaulier and on the Acting Course at Middlesex University.
Park Theatre credits include: Spiral, Beneath the Blue Rinse and The Answer. 

Other theatre credits include: The Ragged Child (Royal and Derngate Theatre), Flat 73 (Cheltenham Everyman Theatre/UK tour), Whose Story Is It Anyway? (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds), Facing It Out (Told by an Idiot, BAC), Ramblin Rose (Royal and Derngate Theatre), Madame Tellier’s Establishment (Brighton Gardner Arts Centre), Seven Ages (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough/UK tour), On The Edge! (York Theatre Royal/UK tour). 

Kevin has worked with the legendary Keith Johnstone (author of Impro) on numerous occasions, taking the lead role in several of his plays including Damian and The Invitation. Kevin also performed alongside the cast of Whose Line is It Anyway? (Hackney Empire), in a fundraiser for the Royal Court Theatre (directed by Phellim McDermott and Keith Johnstone). 

Film credits include: Devil's Harvest, alongside Brian Blessed and Julie T. Wallace. 

TV credits include: A Midsummer Night's Dream (BBC2 Open University).




Kevin trained at Drama Centre London, graduating in 2001. He is also a musician and producer, producing music for film and upcoming artists.

Theatre includes: The Last Ship (Northern Stage/National Tour and The Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto), The Season Ticket, Get Carter (Northern Stage), McQueen (Theatre Royal Haymarket), What Falls Apart (Live Theatre), Crocodiles (Manchester Royal Exchange), Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace), Quadrophenia (Plymouth Theatre Royal/National Tour), Breakfast With Johnny Wilkinson (Menier Chocolate Factory), Hair (The Gate Theatre), Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland (Bristol Old Vic), Hamlet (Old Vic), Skellig (Young Vic).

Television includes: Vera (ITV), Doctors (BBC), George Gently (BBC), Blue Murder (ITV), Holby City (BBC), Silent Witness (BBC), The Bill (ITV), Judge John Deed (BBC).

Film Includes: Strike, The Universal (My Life Films); Regional Sales Manager (Blink Productions); Care (Warp Films/Sky Arts); This Damnation, Kill Them (Channel 4).