Park Theatre presents a special fundraising run of 

Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] 3

By Jez Bond & Mark Cameron



Lewis Bruniges

For Park Theatre: TunnelsWhodunnit [Unrehearsed] 2Whodunnit [Unrehearsed]

Theatre includes: Romeo and Juliet (The Lord Chamberlain’s Men); We Never Get Off At Sloane Square (Drayton Arms); Tunnels (Army at the Fringe); The Snow Queen (Yvonne Arnaud); So Here We Are (Queen’s Theatre); Trial By Laughter (UK Tour); Entropy (Underbelly); The Gift of the Gab (The White Bear); Southbank Centre New Year (NYT); Julius Caesar (RADA Youth Company)

 Lewis is a graduate of LAMDA. Theatre whilst training includes: The CyclopsCyranoSpring AwakeningRealismRichard III; Cymbeline and The Cherry Orchard.

Lewis has also appeared in three short films: Crime MovieSome Other Kind of Love and Up To Us.


Molly Barton

For Park Theatre: Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] 2

Theatre includes: Love's Victory (Penshurst Place), Dead Outdoorsy (Drayton Arms), The Gin Chronicles (The Exchange, Twickenham), Table Manners (The Princess Royal Centre, Guernsey)

Music videos include: Christmas Again (The Show Must Go On!) (Theatre Support Fund+).

Molly premiered her one-woman show, Dead Outdoorsy, at the Drayton Arms Theatre last year. She has performed her own work at various charity fundraisers, including If Tits Could Talk, a feminist poetry event for The Pink Ribbon Foundation. Molly's writing has also been performed at Canal Cafe Theatre, Canada Water Theatre, The Lion & Unicorn Theatre, The Golden Goose, Cockpit Theatre, and The Old Royal Naval College.

Since graduating from London Studio Centre, Molly has returned to choreograph and direct three shows for their current students. Other choreography credits include music videos, So It Goes (Bright World) and Is Cory Okay? (Tungz).


Anshula Bain 

Anshula is a Drama and Film graduate from The University of Manchester. She trained with
The National Youth Theatre, Royal Exchange Youth Company and the Almeida Youth

Credits include: We Could All Be Perfect (Sheffield Theatres); Tartuffe (Birmingham Rep) Lotus Beauty ( Hampstead Theatre) ; Imaam Imraan (National Youth
Theatre), (This Isn't ) A True Story (Almeida Young Company), Nothing (Royal Exchange).



Ciarán Dowd 

Ciarán Dowd is a comedian, actor and writer and winner of the 2018 Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer. His debut solo show Don Rodolfo was described as “the single funniest thing you will see this year” (Telegraph). He returned to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year with the third and final instalment of this character in King Rodolfo which received ★★★★ from The Telegraph and the Times.

In 2021 he adapted the show into a short for BBC2 which received stellar reviews such as “a perfect ten minutes” (The Sunday Times).

Ciarán has appeared in: Bad Sisters (Apple), Marriage (BBC1), The Duchess (Netflix), Sky Shorts: Diane from Accounts (Sky Arts), Josh (BBC1), Semi Detached (BBC2), GameFace (E4/Hulu), Zapped (Dave), The Reluctant Landlord (Sky), Fighting With My Family (Film4), and has made the most guest appearances on Drunk History (Comedy Central).


Caroline Deverill 

For Park Theatre: Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] 2, This Little Life Of Mine, Sleeping Beauty

Theatre includes: A-Typical Rainbow (Turbine Theatre); Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre); Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace); Vampirette (Manchester Opera House); Waterbabies The Musical (Leicester Curve); The Mistress Cycle (Landor Theatre); Gaslight On Grey Street (Theatre Royal Newcastle); Owls In The Moss (Guildford Fringe); Sweet Charity (English Theatre Frankfurt); Mamma Mia! (International Tour); Footloose (Novello Theatre); Annie Get Your Gun (UK tour); We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre); The Roy Orbison Story (UK tour); Jesus Christ Superstar (UK Tour); Sunset Boulevard (UK Tour).

Television and film includes: Estate (Hundy Gilbert Media Ltd); Persona (App Media Productions); Blackberry Stains (One Eyed Dog Films).

Workshops Include: Spitfire The Musical (Charing Cross Theatre); Waterbabies (Dominion Theatre); Vampirette (Shaftesbury Theatre); Cassie in The Bet (Criterion Theatre); Shadowless (Bridewell Theatre).

Commercials include: Barnardo’s “The Big If”


Matthew Romain 

Matthew trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and studied at the University of Glasgow.

Theatre includes: Recognition (Talawa); The Indian Queen (European tour); Faustus: That Damned Woman (Chester Storyhouse); The Mozart Question, The Brothers Grimm Present Cinderella (Barn Theatre); Holes (Nottingham Playhouse/UK tour); Rage but Hope (Edinburgh/Streatham Space Project); Macbeth, The Inn at Lydda, Hamlet - world tour, King Lear, Hamlet (Shakespeare’s Globe); Blithe Spirit (Frinton Festival Theatre); Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde (UK tour); The Borrowers, Sleeping Beauty (Watermill); Pride & Prejudice (Nottingham Playhouse/York Theatre Royal); Before the Party (Salisbury Playhouse); The Delicate Art of Keeping in Touch (Lion & Unicorn Theatre); Twelfth Night (Orange Tree); The Recruiting Officer (Donmar Warehouse); Privates on Parade, See How They Run, My Fair Lady, Trelawney of the 'Wells' (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); Onassis (West End & Derby Playhouse); The Shape of Things (Arts Theatre).

Film & TV includes: The War Below (Netflix); World on Fire (BBC); Blue Iguana (UK Film Studio); Sherlock (BBC).


Robert Blackwood 

For Park Theatre: Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] 2, Whodunnit [Unrehearsed]

Theatre includes: Animal Farm (Tour de Force); The Two Worlds of Charlie F (Theatre Royal Haymarket/National Tour); The Gin Chronicles adventures (Interrupt the Routine); Elemental (Turner House Trust); Love's Labour's Lost (Rainbow Shakespeare); Personals (Mermaid); The Only White (Chelsea Theatre).

Robert is one of the two hosts of The ITR Podcast (Interrupt the Routine) and can be regularly heard on the radio.



Natasha Colenso

For Park Theatre: Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] 2

Theatre includes: The Revlon Girl (Bob Hope Theatre); Cold Delivery (Etcetera Theatre); Orpheus Descending (Stockwell Playhouse); Macbeth, The Tempest, Wuthering Heights (Jorvik Theatre, Windsor); An Ideal Husband (The Hawth, Crawley); Alice in Wonderland (Blackshaw Theatre Company).

Short film includes: Disquiet (dir. Jeffrey Salkilld); Plague UK (dir. Mark Simmons); The Enigma and Mermaid Girl (dir. James Morton)