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Ann Pinnington Productions in association with West Avenue presents


by Shaun Kitchener

Nathalie Barclay | Nikki

Trained at Mountview Academy. Credits include Much Ado About Nothing (New Wimbledon Theatre Studio), Consolation (Théâtre Volière), Positive (Waterloo East Theatre & Edinburgh Fringe), A Gaggle of Saints (The Albany), The Boy Who Never Learned To Fly (Arcola Theatre), Indian Summer (White Bear Theatre), Breaking News (Cockpit Theatre), Macbeth (Lion and Unicorn Theatre), Grotto (Old Red Lion), You Once Said Yes (Nuffield Theatre) and Fire Island (Charing Cross Theatre). Film credits include: Awakening (Canted Image Productions), Gradulthood (Will Hall-Smith), 50 Year Valentine (EmJay Productions).


Ryan J Brown | Olly

Trained at Goldsmiths U.O.L and Mountview. Recent theatre credits include Buttery Brown Monk (Leicester Square Theatre), Games of Love and Chance (Edinburgh/London), Caravan (White Bear Theatre), Briefs (Rosemary Branch/Waterloo East Theatre), Plunge (Theatre Deli), Positive (Waterloo East Theatre), Anna Karenina (Camden), The Dispute (The Bridewell), Rainman (Karamel, London) and Hamlet (Mountview). Film credits include Sherlock Holmes 2: A Game of Shadows. He is also a writer and has trained with the BBC. Several of his plays have been performed at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.


Sally George | Margo

Trained at Guildhall. MA at Central School of Speech and Drama.  Spent several years with the RSC. Credits there include Richard III (Australia), Merry Wives, Titus Andronicus, Penny for A Song, Misalliance, Taming of the Shrew (UK & Japan) The New Inn, Fashion, Oedipus (Almeida), created role of Maggie in Vaclav Havel's Temptation. Other theatre: When We Are Married (UK tour), Comedy of Errors, The Jolly Potters (New Victoria Stoke).   Something Blue (Stephen Joseph Scarborough), House And Garden (Theatre Royal Northampton), Larkin With Women (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Ghosts (Bradford Alhambra). Richard III (Northern Broadsides at Riverside Studios, Tower of London and Copenhagen), You Can’t Take It With You, Women Laughing, Ghosts (Kings Head) and Traveller Without Luggage (Battersea Arts). One woman shows My Matisse & A Case Of The Poet played New End Hampstead, Edinburgh Festival, Dylan Thomas Festival and UK tours. TV & film includes: The Buddha of Suburbia, Persuasion, Measure for Measure, Women At War, Death of Romance, Mulberry, Daziel and Pascoe, Hollyoaks, Footballer’s Wives, Heartbeat, Doctors, Eastenders, The Bill, Casualty and Holby City. Radio: The Roy Orbison Story, Rock and Roll, King Street Juniors, Richard III and Temptation.  Recently completed Love Somehow, a film about Caitlin Thomas, playing Caitlin (wife of Dylan). She will be in Roaring Trade at the Park later this year.


Timothy George | Benji

Trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Prior to this, graduated from the University of Manchester with a First Class Honours degree in Drama & English Literature. Theatre includes The Woman in the Moon (Rose Playhouse), Positive (Edinburgh Fringe/Waterloo East Theatre), The Comedy of Oedipus (Lion & Unicorn Theatre), Medea (Guildhall Art Gallery), Fire Island (Charing Cross Theatre), Spring Awakening (Salford Arts Theatre) and The Shadow Master (King’s Head). Film and TV includes Amundsen (BBC), The 11 O’Clock Show (Channel 4) and Persuasion (BBC). Timothy also holds an MA in Theatre for Young Audiences from Rose Bruford.


Claire Greenway | Jennifer

Trained at Royal Academy of Music. Originated the role of Sister Mary Patrick in Sister Act at the London Palladium, performing at the Royal Variety Performance and in many TV appearances. Other theatre includes Therese Raquin (Finborough and Park). James and the Giant Peach (Birmingham Stage), Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty (Stafford Gatehouse), Betwixt!, Spinach (Kings Head), Cinderella (Epsom Playhouse), Richard Bucket OverflowsHot Mikado and Miss Sign-On. TV and film includes Phoneshop, Little Crackers, and Anna Karenina. Other credits include Monkey – Journey to the West (O2), singing backing for Elton John and several movie soundtracks including Transformers, Sweeney Todd and Pirates of the Caribbean.


Paul Heelis | Greg

Paul graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2013. Since leaving he has been a regular performer with West Avenue, appearing in many of their quarterly scratch nights and this year performing in the double bill Caravan/Pin at The White Bear Theatre. Other recent credits include Mahr (The Cockpit Theatre), Daves (Above The Arts Theatre), The Office Christmas Party (Theatre Delicatessen) and short film Wasted. Paul has been playing the role of Greg since Positive began as a rehearsed reading and is delighted to still be involved in this new production.