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Fluff Productions in association with Park Theatre present

World Enough and Time

By Sarah Sigal

Celia/Anne | Jess Murphy

Lucy/Joan | Katie Bonna

Pamela | Rebecca Dunn

Meg/Katrina | Yvonne Riley 

Bess/Tamara | Sarah Kameela Impey 



Katie graduated from Guildford School of Acting with the 2005 Graduate Spotlight Award for Achievement and the Max Adrian award for acting. She was nominated by The Stage for Best Actress in Dirty Great Love Story (which she co-wrote with Richard Marsh) in Edinburgh 2012. The show also won a Fringe First award and went on to run at SOHO Theatre and 59E59 Theaters in New York.

Theatre includes: The London Merchant, He’s Much To Blame (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds); Pygmalion, Up’n’Under, Relatively Speaking (Chesterfield Pomegranate); The Elephant Man, (Trafalgar Studios); In The Club, Hampstead Theatre tour; Twelfth Night, (Red Handed Theatre); Trojan Women, Actor’s of Dionysus.

Katie also works as a performance poet and has written and performed work for Nabokov, The Bush and the Roundhouse as well as at a huge number of spoken word nights and festivals.

Katie’s one woman show, The Celebrated Mrs Inchbald, written for Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, toured to Texas in 2010. She co-founded red Handed Theatre with Jessica Swale in 2006


Rebecca Trained at Drama Studio London

Theatre includes: Be My Baby (Old Red Lion), Behind the Curtain (The Kings Head) The Ark, The Bride and The Coffin (Old Red Lion) The Taming of The Shrew and King John (Queens Film Theatre, Belfast) Bluebeard (Old Red Lion -Critics Choice) Lichentongue (Underbelly, Edinburgh Festival) Alice's Adventures in the New World (Old Red Lion and UK Tour) Away in a Banger (The Courtyard Theatre) Sorry Wrong Number and The Hitchhiker (The Old Sorting Office) Carbon Dating (The Brockley Jack) and The Tea Party for Fluff Shorts: No More Page 3 (Park Theatre).

Film includes: Loony in the Woods (Ramar Productions) Picture Perfect (Miramotion Pictures) Janice (Low Fat Films)


Sarah trained at Arts Educational.

Theatre includes: A State of Nature (Theatre Science) A Clockwork Orange (Fourth Monkey) Arabian Nights and Hansel and Gretel (Fairgame Theatre) Women of hope (Tamasha/London Bus) National tour of The Curiosity Shop (Theatre Alibi) Finding Noor (Ankur Productions) Cinderella a Fairytale (The Tabacco Factory and Travelling light).

Sarah has also trained in basic Aerial circus with Upswing and Circus Space, filmed shorts for Contiki travel in Vienna and Spain and was a dancer in the closing ceremony of the Olympics. She has just appeared in her first feature film Halcyon Heights with Plug it in productions. The film was written for one of her best friends Thomas Hare an incredible actor and writer who passed away early 2013. A fund has been set up in his name 'The Tommy Vine Fund' and will provide financial and physical aid for emerging young artists creating their own work. Sarah would like to dedicated every performance from here on out to Tom.

JESS MURPHY – Celia/Anne

Theatre Includes: Macbeth (Globe Theatre) People (National Theatre) Collaborators (National Theatre) War Horse (New London Theatre) Into Thy Hands (Wilton's Music Hall) The Hostage (Southwark Playhouse) The Unspeakable (English Touring Theatre) Brief Encounter (Knee High, The Cinema Haymarket) Bedroom Farce (The Little Theatre)  Amadeus (Wiltons Music Hall) Perhaps Merely Quiet (Icarus) Blood Wedding (Almeida) Playing for Time (Salisbury Playhouse) 

Film includes: Hereafter, Sweeney Todd. Radio includes: Collaborators.

YVONNE RILEY – Katrina/Meg

Yvonne Trained at Guildford School of Acting.

Theatre includes: Calendar Girls (West end) Tales from Hollywood (Donmar) Beggars Opera (American Drama Group) Greek (Westcliff)  A Slight Joke (Westcliff) For Services Rendered (Watermill) Ruffian on the Stair (Old Red Lion) As You Like It (Kennington)

TV includes Cherished (BBC) Government Inspector (Ch4) The Project (BBC) Inspector Lynley Mysteries (BBC) Queens Nose (BBC) London’s Burning(LWT) The Bill (Thames)

Film includes Ladybird Ladybird dir Ken Loach Loves Labours Lost dir Kenneth Branagh.