Blue Touch Paper Productions in association with Park Theatre present the UK Premiere of

Never Not Once

By Carey Crim

MEAGHAN MARTIN | ELEANOR 
AMANDA BRIGHT | NADINE
FLORA MONTGOMERY | ALLISON
GILBERT KYEM JNR | ROB
ADRIAN GROVE | DOUG



Meaghan Martin 

Meaghan trained at LAMDA

Film includes: Safelight opposite Evan Peters and Juno Temple, Journey, Mean Girls 2 (Paramount Pictures), Dear Lemon Lima, Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2, award-winning LGBT drama Geography Club (Huffington Pictures), Unstable Bitches, Wives of the Landed Gentry (London Underwire Festival Nominee). Meaghan recently starred in British political satire Bad News (London Independent Film Festival Premiere) and Naked Times (Cannes Straight 8 Film Festival). Meaghan has just finished filming 1950’s drama short Tap Twice.

Television includes: Series lead Bianca Stratford in the critically-acclaimed series 10 Things I Hate About You (ABC Family), House M.D. (FOX), Wendy: The Series (Alloy Entertainment), Close To Home (CBS), and 4 Seasons of Awkward (MTV).

Theatre includes: The Actor’s Nightmare (Park Theatre), Smoke (Workshop - Arcola Theatre), 'Tis Pity She's A Whore (LAMDA, dir. Anthony Lau), Othello (LAMDA)

Radio includes: Hell Cats (Audible, Sunday Times Critics Pick)

Video game includes: Starred as Jessica Riley in the international cult-hit Until Dawn alongside Rami Malek, The Crew 2 (Ubisoft), Kosmokrats, and five installments of the Kingdom Hearts Series.

Meaghan is based in London where she is co-artistic director of production company 3 hearts canvas


Amanda Bright

Theatre includes: Macbeth, Ralegh: The Treason Trial (Shakespeare’s Globe); Meek (Headlong); Let Me Play The Lion Too (Barbican/Told By An Idiot); The Government Inspector (Birmingham Repertory Theatre); Dragon (National Theatre of Scotland); True (Deafinitely Theatre); The 24 Hour Plays (Old Vic); Henry V (Orange Tree Theatre);  Obama-ology, AchidiJ’s Final Hours (Finborough Theatre); Called to Account (Roundhouse); Bloody Sunday (Tricycle Theatre) and Big Break (Hampstead Theatre) 

Television includes: In From the Cold (Netflix); Breeders (SKY/FX); Casulalty (BBC); Marley's Ghosts (BBC); Coronation Street (ITV); Topsy & Tim (BBC); Euphoria (HOT); Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions); Doctors (BBC) Prime Suspect 7 (Granada Television); Making it at Holby (BBC).

Film includes: Do as I Say (Anima Films); Dear Afro (Team Sass Productions); All The World (Shakespeare's Globe); Stripping the Illusion (Object); Silent Voices (Quick & Dirty Productions).

 

Flora Montgomery 

Flora won the Irish Times Best Actress Award for her role as the lead in Strindberg's Miss Julie and was a Shooting Star at the Berlin Film Festival, as well as winning a Best Actress award at the Monte Carlo film festival, Las Palmas film festival and Dallas film festival. With over 50 film and tv credits she has appeared most recently in The Crown (Netflix) and Murder In Provence (ITV) both out this year. Endeavour (ITV), A Very English Scandal (BBC), Life (BBC)

Other credits include: Gaslight (Mirvish Theatre Toronto), Bash, The Shape of Things and Chekov’s The Bear (Gate Theatre Dublin), Dinner (Wyndham's Theatre), Arcadia (ETT tour), The Taming of the Shrew (Bristol Old Vic), Robin Hood (RSC), Uncle Vanya (Birmingham Repertory Theatre), In The Next Room (St James Theatre ), The Good Soldier (Theatre Royal Bath).

She performs regularly in BBC 4 radio drama, most recently in The Corrupted. Flora’s audio work covers many video games, Netflix dubbing, and audio books.

 

 

 

Gilbert Kyem Jnr 

Gilbert Kyem Jnr is an actor/writer who trained at LAMDA. Since graduating in 2019, he also co-founded OneFiveFive Productions which has developed work in Film. 

His acting credits include:​ Lest We Forget (Greenwich Theatre) and Prizefighter: The Story of Jem Belcher (Camelot Films/Amazon Studios). 

He was a finalist in The Stage’s Alan Bates award 2019.

 

 

 

 

Adrian Grove 

Adrian trained at Bristol Old Vic

Theatre includes: South Pacific (Chichester Festival Theatre), Follies, Medea, Bent (staged reading) and Wonder.land, (National Theatre), Blue Remembered Hills (Northern Stage), Stepping Out, The Night Before Christmas, A Little Of What You Fancy, Robin Hood (Salisbury Playhouse) Merrily We Roll Along (Theatre Clywd), Cats (Kilworth House) Danger: Memory! (Jermyn Street), Dying Breed (Bristol Theatre Royal), A Month In The Country (Tobacco Factory)

Television includes: Trigger Point, 24: Live Another Day, Hollyoaks, Casualty, Doctors

Film includes: Golden Years, The Flying Scotsman, Baar Baar Dekho (Bollywood)

Radio includes: The Archers, Romeo & Juliet, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Nights Dream, The Deep Blue Sea, Robinson Crusoe, The Admiral Crichton, Falco Poseidon’s Gold, Rodaguna and Ambridge Extra (BBC Radio Drama)

Other: Adrian has recorded multiple Audiobooks for Naxos and RNIB, he is a Presenter and Corporate MC whose clients have included: Coca Cola, Chanel and Nokia, and he has appeared multiple times on the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall, including solo spots on the Rogers & Hammerstein Prom & My Fair Lady Prom.