Daisy Major

Daisy Major is an actor, writer and recent Drama graduate from LJMU. Daisy has played roles such as The Old Lady in a production of Cush Jumbo's The Accordion Shop and Davina in a gender swapped performance of Dennis Kelly's Love and Money. At the moment you can find her playing Shelly in sci-fi/fantasy podcast The Clockword Bird

Ross White

Ross White is a Belfast-based actor and writer who trained at the Guildford School of Acting and on the Royal Court Theatre Writers' Group. He has performed his own work at the Lyric Hammersmith, Theatre Royal Stratford East and VAULT Festival. Further acting credits include: The Last Letter (NI Screen/Wee Buns Films), Shadows (Want The Moon/New Diorama/ NSDF) and Four (BBC Sounds/Rural Media).

Grace Collender

Grace has just finished playing the role of Helena in DRAMA AT INISH directed by comedy specialist Cal McCrystal at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin. She most recently played the role of Nina Scully in THE BIG CHAPEL (Kilkenny Arts Festival), and just prior played the lead role of Kate in THE COUNTRY GIRLS (Abbey Theatre and National Tour).

 

Other recent credits include: Kate in Imagine…Fearful and Fearless (BBC), Cara in Find Your Way Home (US Tour), Portia in The Merchant of Venice, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Wendy in Peter Pan’s Cirque D’Imaginaire (credits whilst training).

 

Grace is represented by the Susannah Norris Agency.

 

Agent: https://www.susannahnorris.com/grace-collender

Twitter: @GraceCollender

Instagram: GraceCollender

Holly Hannaway

Holly is an actor based in Belfast. Theatre credits include; Susan Brady 'Playboy of the Western World' (Lyric Theatre Belfast/Gaiety Theatre Dublin), 'Lessons in Love and Violence' (Royal Opera House). Film Credits include; Kaz 'Eat the Rich' (RTE) and Belfast 'All That We Are' (Dumb World prod.) 

 

https://www.spotlight.com/3339-1209-9425

Charis McRoberts

Charis is a performer, writer and theatre-maker from Belfast. She trained at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and is currently a BBC New Creative. She was recently part of Tinderbox Solo Art, her poetic monologue ‘The Raven’s Call’ aired on BBC Radio Ulster.

Charis was recently commissioned by GAP Arts Project to write a monodrama for the Balsall Heath community and was one of thirteen poets selected for Poetry Ireland’s 2020 Introduction Series. As a performer she has worked with the Belgrade Theatre, Birmingham Rep, Lyric Theatre and Channel 4, amongst others.

She was a recipient of the Artist Support Fund from In Good Company for her one woman show ‘Little Fish’ which will tour next year.

Conor O'Donnell

Conor studied Film and Television Production at Dun Laoghaire Institute Of Art Design + Technology (IADT) where he was heavily involved in the drama society. During this time he performed in numerous productions at the Pavillon Theatre, such as The Crucible, A Christmas Carol and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Since graduating from IADT (2016), he has studied acting at Bow Street Academy. He represented Bow Street Academy in the 2018 Spotlight Graduate Showcase in London, having qualified out of seventy drama school entries across the United Kingdom and Ireland. He made his stage debut in 'Removed' in 2018 at The Young at Arts festival. Directed by Emma Jordan, written by Fionnuala Kennedy and produced by Prime Cut Productions. He recently finished touring Ireland with Cahoots NI in 'Under the Hawthorn Tree

Thomas Finnegan

Thomas is an actor from Newry. He trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Where he appeared in ‘VS09’ and Your Can’t take it with you’ (Richard Burton Theatre company.) Notable Theatre credits include The lyric theatre productions ‘Here Comes the Night’ and ‘Lovers: Winners and Losers,’ and the Prime Cut/Lyric Theatre co-Production of ‘Red’ where he was nominated for an Irish Times award for Best supporting actor. He has also appeared on television in Game of Thrones, Line of Duty, Ups and Downs And The Windermere Children

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