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Cahoots Theatre Company in association with The Other Cheek and Park Theatre present the First Major Revival of

The Roundabout

by J.B. Priestley




Theatre includes:  Boeing Boeing (Mill Theatre, Sonning), Mad Dogs and an Englishman, Mother Came Too, Much Ado About Nothing (Derby LIVE), Diary of a Nobody (Royal and Derngate), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (European tour), Selling the Sizzle (Stephen Joseph Theatre), Bare Words (Good Theatre Company), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Cold Turkey, Pericles (Derby Playhouse), Peter Pan (Dundee Rep), Soap (Tron); Henry VI (New Athenaeum), Das Orchester, Musik aus den 1920er Jahren (Die Aula-Burghausen), national tours of Heartbeat, The Private Ear and The Public Eye, Dry Rot and Funny Peculiar. 

Television includes: Doctors, Holby City, Emmerdale. Steven is a popular face on television, having appeared in four series of ITV’s Heartbeat as Geoff Younger. 

Radio includes:  By the Baseball Ground and Women in Love.  Steven provided the narration for the animation film 1+1 and has recorded several poetry readings.  He regularly narrates and comperes music concerts.   



Theatre includes: Lisa has worked extensively in many major theatres throughout the UK inc Leicester, Bristol Old Vic, Leatherhead, Plymouth, Salisbury, Harrogate, Windsor, York and many more – in plays including: The Rivals, La Ronde, The Constant Wife, Ghosts, I Have Been Here Before, Relatively Speaking, Moll Flanders (title role), The Comedy Of Errors, An Ideal Husband and Blithe Spirit.

West End includes: Rick’s Bar Casablanca and Cavalcade.

Tours have included Hay Fever, Blood Brothers and The Circle for Oxford Stage Company. Also All Our Hellos and Goodbyes (a play commissioned to celebrate the re-opening of St Pancras Station), Elena Popov in Brian Friel’s adaptation of Chekov’s The Bear at The Maltings Farnham and a new Shakespeare compilation play Love Bites at Leatherhead Theatre.

Television includes: Doctors, Spooks, Hollyoaks, Coronation Street, Casualty (first two series), Doctor Who – Survival, The Vision Thing, The Count of Solar, McCallum, Bad Girls, Night & Day.

Lisa has recorded many plays for BBC Radios 3 & 4 and IRDP and has for the last 18 years played the eponymous heroine in the Doctor Who spin-off audio series Professor Bernice Summerfield for Big Finish Productions, as well regular characters in their series of Sapphire & Steel and Jago & Litefoot and many other guesting roles. Lisa is also a prolific audio drama director for Big Finish Productions, having directed many of their other series.



Theatre includes: My Fair Lady (Sheffield Crucible), Calendar Girls (Noel Coward), Housewife 49 (Old Laundry Theatre), Sitting Pretty (Watford Palace), A Woman Of No Importance (Royal Exchange), Swanwhite (The Gate), Black Comedy (Watford Civic), The Madness Of ­ George III (National Theatre, London & International Tour), Rookery Nook (Greenwich), Mumbo Jumbo (Royal Exchange), The Importance Of Being Earnest (Swan Theatre, Worcester) and extensive repertory experience, including many seasons at the Bristol Old Vic.

Television includes: The Secret Diaries Of Miss Anne Lister, Desperate Romantics, Criminal Justice, Midsomer Murders, Looking For Victoria, Monarch Of The Glen, The Young Visitors, Hot Money, Victoria Wood and all the Trimmings, Spaced, Dinnerladies, The Choir, Jane Eyre, Darling Buds Of May, Jeeves and Wooster, two plays for Mike Leigh, Nuts in May and Who’s Who, and The Muppet Show.

Film includes: The Colony (Colonia), Residue, Separate Lies, Crush, Mrs Dalloway, Photographing Fairies, Monk Dawson and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.

Richenda has also worked extensively in radio and was a member of The BBC Radio Drama Company.



This summer Bessie graduated from The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and

The Roundabout will be her professional theatre debut.

Bessie also recently won the prestigious Spotlight Prize 2016 for Best Screen Actor.






The Roundabout will be Charlie Fields professional theatre debut.







Theatre includes: Amadeus (Chichester Festival Theatre), Cocktail Sticks/Untold Stories (National Theatre/West End), The Doctor’s Dilemma (National Theatre), King Lear (Donmar Warehouse and New York) The Devil Inside Him (National Theatre Wales), Deep Cut (Sherman Theatre Cymru), The Oresteia (Summerscape at BARD NY), The Herbal Bed (Salisbury Playhouse), Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis (Birmingham Rep) Dead Funny (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Henry VIII (RSC/AandBC), Blithe Spirit (Peter Hall Company/Savoy), Oliver Twist (Lyric Hammersmith), Medea (Broadway and US Tour),  Greater Good (The Mill), Elizabeth Rex (Birmingham Rep),Prince of Homberg (RSC/Lyric), The Critic (Royal Exchange Theatre), A Warwickshire Testimony (RSC), The Family Reunion (RSC), Much Ado About Nothing (Cheek By Jowl), Rebecca (Edinburgh Lyceum ), Way Upstream (Sheffield Crucible), Under Milk Wood (National Theatre), Arcadia (National Theatre), Napoli Milionaria (National Theatre), King Lear (National Theatre), Richard III (National Theatre), Titus Andronicus, Julius Caesar, Taming of the Shrew, Measure for Measure and Electra (RSC).

Television includes: Holby City, Doctors, Versailles, The Casual Vacancy, Endeavour II, By Any Means, Crimes Against Fashion, Stella, Marple, Midsomer Murders, Spooks, Forgiven, Midsomer Murders, The Bill, London’s Burning, Chef, Crimewatch File, Waiting, Trainer, The Life And Death Of Philip Knight.

Film includes: Cusp, Cinderella, I Give It A Year, PU-239, V for Vendetta, Being Julia, Stage Beauty, Iris, The Cormorant.



Theatre includes: Eigengrau (Kings Head), The Significant Other Festival (Tristan Bates), Boxes (Camden People’s Theatre), Bite-Size Plays (tour including Fringe World Perth, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy festival and Pleasance, Edinburgh) 33% festival (Oval House), The Quest with New Vic Productions, The New World Order for Hydrocracker.

Radio includes: Brighton Rock.

Annie has been nominated for an Off West End Award for Best Female in Eigengrau.




Theatre includes: The Beggars Opera (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), Shedding (Tristan Bates), Sealand (The Arcola), Top Story (Old Vic Tunnels), Macbeth (Shakespeare's Globe), A Midsummer’s Nights Dream (AMSND14) 

Television & Film includes: The Ride (Winner of Straight 8 film festival), A Memorial For Boris, The Intern, Jaques. Ed has filmed numerous commercials for Sony as well as Pandora, HTC, PayPal and Microsoft. He is currently filming for "Five Soldiers And A Ball Of Chalk". 





Theatre includes: Othello and Merchant of Venice (RSC), Twelfth Night (Sheffield and tour), This May Hurt a Bit (Out of Joint), Long Day’s Journey Into Night and An Inspector Calls (Bolton Octagon), Broken Glass (Tricycle and Vaudeville), Noises Off (Birmingham Rep); The Convicts Opera (Out of Joint), The Lord Of The Rings (Drury Lane), The Birthday Party (Bristol Old Vic), Macbeth (Derby Playhouse), Losing Louis (Hampstead/ West End); The Price (ACT tour), The Cherry Orchard (Oxford Stage Co.), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Barbican), The Tempest, The Winter’s Tale and Pericles (Roundhouse/RSC), Aladdin and Cinderella (Stratford East), Relatively Speaking (UK Tour), Penny For A Song (Whitehall Theatre/Oxford Stage Co.), Hamlet (Greenwich Tour), Three Sisters (Out Of Joint), A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Richard III (Regent’s Park), The Sisters Rosensweig (Old Vic), Lysistrata (Wyndhams), Taming of the Shrew and Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Winter’s Tale and Othello (Young Vic), Pump Boys & Dinettes (Piccadilly Theatre), The Iceman Cometh, Long Voyage Home, Lark Rise To Candleford and Dispatches (National Theatre)

Television includes: Whitechapel, Spooks, Holby City, North And South, Love Soup, 55 Degrees North, Dr Willoughby, Natural Lies, Shrinks, Not A Penny More/Penny Less, Gentlemen & Players, To Have And To Hold, Reilly, Ace Of Spies, Titus Andronicus, Henry VI Trilogy, Richard III, Bavarian Night and Leave Him To Heaven.

Films include: Superman.



Theatre includes: Anything Goes (Sheffield Crucible), One Man Two Guvnors (Haymarket Theatre), Woman Killed With Kindness (National Theatre) See How They Run (Royal Exchange), The Cherry Orchard (Sheffield Crucible), Humble Boy (Tour), Privates On Parade (Donmar), The Country Wife (Sheffield Crucible), One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (Touring Consortium) and Peter Pan (National Theatre).

Television includes: The Interceptor, Family Tree, Benidorm, My Family, Trexx and Flipside, City Of Vice, Him and Us, Housewife 49, Midsomer Murders, Foyles War, Riot At The Rite, Rome, The Catherine Tate Show, Prime Suspect, Perfect Strangers and Aristocrats.

Film includes: You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger, Like Minds, The Libertine.



Theatre includes:  Putting It Together (Lyric Theatre, Belfast), Before The Party (UK Tour), Separate Tables (Salisbury Playhouse), Rough Justice (No. 1 Tour), Pilgrims (Raise Dark/Etcetera Theatre), Shorts By...... (Soho Theatre), Dirty Dancing (Aldwych Theatre), Measure For Measure – Platform  (Lyttleton Theatre), Hedda Gabler (Donmar Warehouse - Ian Charleson Award Commendation), The Robbers (The Gate Theatre), Aurelie, My Sister (The Gate Theatre), Sweeney Todd (National Theatre), Wolfpit (NT Studio), In Savoy (NT Studio), Fiddler On The Roof (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Pal Joey (Bristol Old Vic), Hamlet (Bristol Old Vic), Crucifer Of Blood (Watermill Theatre), Jovial Crew (NT Studio), The Crucible (National Theatre), Pack Of Lies (Watermill Theatre), Serious Money (Library Theatre), A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum (Library Theatre).

Television includes: Holby City, New Tricks, Wallander, Shameless, Law & Order UK, Coronation Street, Blue Murder, Family Affairs, William & Mary, Doctors, Redcap, Peak Practice, Casualty, The Bill, Reckless, Keeping Mum, Family Money, Madson, Karaoke, Men Of The World, Into The Fire, Trust Me, Inspector Morse, Lipstick On Your Collar, The Guilty, May To December, Jackson Pace, Vincent Van Gogh, The Ginger Tree.