Want the Moon Theatre in association with Park Theatre presents the World Premiere of
RACHEL SINGH | AMY-LEIGH HICKMAN
YASH SINGH | BHASKER PATEL
RUTH SINGH | CATHERINE CUSACK
MATT | JACK FLAMMIGER
DAVID SINGH | KISHORE WALKER
Amy-Leigh can most recently be seen as Ellie in ITX’s original comedy Ruby Speaking, created by Jayde Adams. She also recently starred as Nadia in the latest season of Netflix’s global hit You and was cast in Sky Studios’ non-TX comedy-pilot They F*** You Up directed by Peter Capaldi and also starring Anne-Marie Duff.
Amy-Leigh began her career in the regular role of Carmen on CBBC’s much loved Tracy Beaker Returns. She then went on to play the regular role of Nasreen Paracha in Ackley Bridge (Channel 4). In 2020 she won the RTS Yorkshire Best Actor award for this role. Amy-Leigh has also played regular roles in Strike Back (Sky), Safe (Netflix), Our Girl (BBC) and Innocent (ITV). She also starred in the Bafta-winning film The Left Behind. Amy-Leigh’s work in theatre includes her critically acclaimed turn as Meenah in East is East at The National Theatre. Further theatre credits include Beautiful Thing at the Tobacco Factory; South Pacific and Fiddler on the Roof for UK Productions; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and Half a Six Pence for Bill Kenwright.
Bhasker is best known as being a series regular on Emmerdale, playing Rishi Sharma since 2011.
Theatre includes: The Vote, Silence (Donmar Theatre) Anthony and Cleopatra (Liverpool Playhouse); A Map of the World; Tartuffe; The Magic Carpet; Wicked Yaar (Royal National Theatre); A Passage to India (Redgrave Theatre – Farnham); Aladdin and the Enchanted Lamp (Bristol Old Vic); Blood (Royal court / Joint Stock); Comedians (Lyrics – Belfast); Comedy of Errors (Octagon – Bolton); Little Clay Cart (Arts Theatre); Macbeth (NY International Festival); Macbeth (Half Moon Theatre); Mr. Robinsons Party (Tricycle Theatre); No Zealot Like a Convert (National Theatre Platform); Playing With Fire; Royal Hunt of the Sun (National Theatre); Subah O Shaam (Derby Playhouse); The Great Celestial Cow (Royal Court); Timon of Athens (Young Vic); Vigilantes (Arts Theatre, West End); Whale (Sheffield Crucible); Zameen (Soho Theatre).
Film includes: Snowden; Anuvahood; Kidulthood; Partition; Transatlantic; Immaculate Conception; Flight; Arabian Nights; Mad Dogs; Thunderbirds; Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason; The Family Portrait; Rent; Golden Eye.
TV includes: Emmerdale; Holby City; A & E; Birds of a Feather; Brookside; Casualty; Coronation Street; Dalziel and Pascoe; Fifteen Stories High; Holby Blue; Katy Brand’s Big Ass Show; My Family; NCS; Only Fools and Horses; Skins; The Bill; The Scarlet Pimpernel; Urban Myth.
Theatre includes: Further than the Furthest Thing (Minack); Super High Resolution (Soho Theatre); Spring Awakening (Almeida); The Tempest (Storyhouse, Chester); The Shadow Factory (Nuffield, Southampton); Judith: A Parting from the Body, Fragile, Factory Girls (Arcola); Out of This World (Macrobert Arts Centre/Tour); Dancing at Lughnasa, The Crucible (Lyric, Belfast); The Seagull (Headlong Tour); All That Fall (Jermyn Street Theatre/New York); Bingo (Chichester Festival Theatre/Young Vic); The Two Character Play (Jermyn Street Theatre/Provincetown, USA); The Early Bird, The Gigli Concert (Finborough); What Fatima Did (Hampstead); Uncle Vanya (Wilton's); Mary Stuart (National Theatre of Scotland); Bronte, The Mill on the Floss (Shared Experience); Our Lady of Sligo (NT/Out of Joint); Measure for Measure (ETT); Prayers of Sherkin (Old Vic); Mrs Warren’s Profession (Lyric Hammersmith); Phaedra's Love (Gate); The Glass Menagerie (Bolton).
Television includes: Doctors, Endeavour, Hollyoaks, The Last Days of Anne Boleyn, Jonathan Creek, Ballykissangel, The Bill, Cadfael, Coronation Street, Dr. Who.
Film includes: Finding Neverland, Conspiracy of Silence, Boxed, The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne.
Radio: Catherine is a regular on BBC Radio.
Jack trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).
Theatre credits include: COPS (Southwark Playhouse), The Drought (King’s Head Theatre & Old Red Lion Theatre), Jury Duty Live (Theatre Deli), The Inquest (Theatre Deli).
Radio credits include: Ulverton: Wing/Here/Expedition (Radio 4).
Film credits include: Just Men.
Kishore trained at Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
Theatre credits include: The Boys Are Kissing (Theatre503).
Television credits include: Queenie, Doctors.