Rebecca recently graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
Work for the National Theatre of Scotland includes 365 and she made her professional stage debut with the Company in Little Otik.
Other theatre credits include What I Meant Was…, Gilgamesh, Richard III, Uncle Vanya, The Glass Menagerie (RSAMD) and Top Table (Òran Mór).
Film work includes You Instead and Blackwaterside.
Blandine / Woman caught on barbed wire / Thi
Elizabeth trained at École Philippe Gaulier, Paris, and Drama Centre London.
Theatre work includes Greenland (National, London), Don’t Shoot the Clowns (Fuel), An Argument about Sex (Traverse/ Tramway), Cinderella (Lyric, Hammersmith), Bacchaefull (Dirty Market), Monkey! (Polka), Ya Get Me (Old Vic), Nicholas Nickleby, Age Sex Loc@tion, 2.18 Underground, and Kissing Angels (National Youth Theatre).
Television work includes Coronation Street, Spirit Warriors and Silent Witness.
Tomas / Jacques / Teenage Boy
Ryan trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
Work for the National Theatre of Scotland includes Beautiful Burnout, Cockroach, Nobody Will Ever Forgive Us, 365 and The Wolves in the Walls. Ryan was also a member of the original cast of the multi-award winning Black Watch and toured with the production in the UK and internationally from 2006 – 2008.
Other theatre credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Turbo Folk, Cyrano de Bergerac, Water-proof, Ae Fond Kiss, An Advert for the Army, Before I Go (Òran Mór), The Costorphine Road Nativity (Festival Theatre, Edinburgh), The Last Witch (EIF/ Traverse) and Confessions of a Justified Sinner (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh).
Film and television credits include Limmy’s Show, Walking Wounded, Stately Suicide,Taggart, Scottish Killers, Filthy Rich,The Night Sweeper and Stop, Look, Listen. Ryan was also a series regular in River City for BBC Scotland.
Madame / Hanna
Meg trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
Her previous work for the National Theatre of Scotland includes Cockroach.
Other theatre credits include Fall, Nova Scotia (Traverse), The Night Before Christmas (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry), Tom Fool (Citizens, Glasgow – Critics’ Award for Theatre in Scotland, Best Female Performance, 2007), All My Sons (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh – TMA Best Supporting Actress), Being Norwegian (Paines Plough/ Òran Mór), Game Theory (Ek Productions), What I Heard About Iraq (James Seabright/ Paul Lucas Productions), Eric LaRue (Royal Shakespeare Company/ Soho), Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Hamlet, Macbeth (RSC), Julius Caesar, The Taming of the Shrew, The Playboy of the Western World (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh). For three years, Meg was a member of Dundee Rep Ensemble where her performances included The Winter’s Tale, The Seagull, Mince and Cabaret.
Film and television work includes Young Adam and Taggart. Radio work includes The Pillow Book, The Tenderness of Wolves, The Trick is to Keep Breathing and Gondwanaland.
Paul Thomas Hickey
Paul’s work for the National Theatre of Scotland includes Roman Bridge.
Other theatre credits include What We Know, The Slab Boys Trilogy, Gagarin Way, Passing Places (Traverse), Romeo and Juliet, The Talented Mr Ripley, If Destroyed True (Dundee Rep), Strawberries in January, Crave (Paines Plough), San Diego, The Tempest (Tron), Mainstream, Timeless (Suspect Culture), The Backroom (Bush), The Slab Boys Trilogy (Young Vic), A.D., Ecstasy (Raindog), Shining Souls (Old Vic) and Once More with Feeling (Tramway).
Film and television credits include Believe, Perfect Sense, Hope Springs, The Bill, Taggart, Nightlife, Cardiac Arrest, The Jacobites, Sweetest Feeling and Tinseltown.
Pierre / Juan / Xuan
Orion trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
Theatre work includes Enron (Headlong), Passport to Pimlico, On the Boost, The Permanent Way, The Man of Mode, The Maid’s Tragedy, The Prisoner’s Dilemma, Twelfth Night, The Cherry Orchard and Our Boys (LAMDA).
Film and television work includes The Jury II, Silent Witness, Creeping Zero and Macbeth No More.
Colline / Glennister
Stephen’s theatre work includes Monks (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh), Blood Wedding, Romeo and Juliet (Citizens, Glasgow), The Above (Òran Mór), Losing Alec (Cumbernauld) and Trainspotting (G&J Productions).
Television work includes Field of Blood, Single Father, High Times, Taggart, Rebus, Holby City, The Key, Band of Brothers and The Young Person’s Guide to Being a Rock Star. Radio includes Quartet.
Film credits include A Lonely Place to Die, Neds, Perfect Sense, Crying with Laughter, Stone of Destiny, Kitchen, The Magdalene Sisters, Last Orders, Complicity, The Acid House, Orphans and Rushmore.
Pedro / Farshad
Trained at Anna Scher Theatre.
Theatre work includes Adrenaline Heart (Bush), Pure Gold, Christ of Cold Harbour Lane (Soho), Measure for Measure (Almeida), Pepper Soup (Lyric Hammermsith), Invisible (King’s Head), Sing Yer Heart Out and Local Boy (tour).
Television work includes Doctor Who, Casualty, The Bill, Skins, Trial and Retribution, Doctors, Waking the Dead, Murphy’s Law, Judge John Deed, Silver Street, Gimme, Gimme, Gimme, Young, Gifted and Broke, Lovejoy, Dempsey and Makepeace, The Lenny Henry Show, Grange Hill, and for many years Mark played the character Steve Elliot in EastEnders.
Film work includes Somers Town, Wilt, A Prayer for the Dying, Babylon, Sid and Nancy and Wild Bill.
Catherine trained at the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College, Dublin.
Her theatre work includes Dancing At Lughnasa, A Christmas Carol, Phaedra (Gate, Dublin), The New Electric Ballroom (Galway Arts Festival/ Edinburgh International Festival/ St Ann’s Warehouse, New York), Playboy of the Western World, The Shadow of the Glen (Druid/ Galway/ EIF/ Lincoln Centre, New York), Sharon’s Grave, Werewolves, The Year of the Hiker (Druid), The Empress of India (Druid/ Abbey, Dublin), At Swim Two Birds, Fool For Love (Peacock, Dublin), Eden, The Passing, Translations, Love in the Title, Kevin’s Bed, Blackwater Angel, The Gigli Concert (Abbey), From Both Hips (Tricycle/ Fishamble), Licking the Marmalade Spoon (Project), Buddleia (Project/ Donmar/ Kontac Festival, Poland) and Sardines (Pigsback).
Television work includes Holby City, Private Lives, Family, The Ambassador and On Home Ground.
Catherine won the Irish Times/ESB Best Actress of the Year in 2001 for her performance in Eden at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.
Olga’s theatre work includes Penelope (Druid, winner of a Fringe First, 2010), Helter Skelter, Red Light Winter (PurpleHeart), Macbeth, Othello (Second Age), Blind Spot, Drapes (Fishamble Whereabouts) and Sexual Perversity in Chicago (Icarus).
Television work includes The Galway Races, This is Nightlive, Flirtysomething, Raw, Ape, The Clinic and Uri’s Haunted Venice.
Film work includes the features Death of a Superhero, One Christmas Eve, The Alarms, Speed Dating and the short films Blood Coloured Moon, Nuts, Team Sleep and The Crush, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 2011.
Sargento / Hancock
Leo went to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
His theatre credits include The Snow Queen (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh), While You Lie (Traverse), Julius Caesar, The Taming of the Shrew, Othello (Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol), King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, The Comedy of Errors (Royal Shakespeare Company), Medea (Queens), The Winter’s Tale (Complicite), Sanctuary (National, London), Two Horsemen (Bush), Divine Right (Birmingham Rep) and Search and Destroy (Royal Court).
Television work includes Silent Witness, The Bill, Rebus, Rough Crossings, Murphy’s Law, Judge John Deed, Casualty, Canterbury Tales, Love Hurts and Escape from Kampala.
Film work includes The Changeling and The Kitchen Toto.
Moreno / Jozka / Clement
Benny’s previous work for the National Theatre of Scotland includes Be Near Me and Six Characters in Search of an Author.
Other theatre credits include Sub Rosa (Fire Exit), Staircase (Tron), The Importance of Being Alfred (Òran Mór), The Grapes of Wrath (Chichester), The Tobacco Merchant’s Lawyer (Tron/ Traverse), Six Acts of Love, The Drawer Boy (Tron), Night Time (Traverse), Hughie (Arches), The Crucible, A View from the Bridge, Hobson’s Choice (The Touring Consortium), The Iceman Cometh (Old Vic) and seasons with the National Theatre, London, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh.
Television work includes Scottish Killers, Garrow’s Law, Waking The Dead: Sins of the Father, Spooks, Talk to Me, Taggart, Coronation Street, Boon, Playing the Field, The Kid in the Corner, The Funny Man, The Bill, Between The Lines, Doctor Finlay, Family Affairs and Tell Tale Hearts.
Film work includes Chariots of Fire, Out of Africa and White Nights.
Cast also includes:
Cameron Gallagher, Zak McCullough, Stephanie Irwin and Lula Molleson
Set & Costume Designer
Composer & Sound Designer