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Ben graduated with a first from the University of Wales, Aberwystwith before completing his Masters in Classical Acting at Central School of Speech and Drama.

Previous work includes John in Your Nation Needs Your with Delirium:, Benedick, Much Ado About Nothing at CSSD, and performed in The Captors, Oliver Twist as Fagin,  The Winter’s Tale as Antigonus and  Complete Female Stage Beauty at U.W.A.

Nadège Adlam trained as an actress at the Method Studio and The Caravanserai Acting Studio before completing her Masters in Classical Acting at Central School of Speech and Drama.

At Central her roles included Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing and Isabella in Measure for Measure. She recently performed in the devised piece, Your Nation Loves You for Delirium Theatre Company at the Lyric Hammersmith Studio.

She is involved in an ongoing theatre project, which explores clown technique in Racine’s Britannicus.

An English Literature and Theatre graduate, Kate has recently given up a civil service career to pursue her first love, theatre. She is now working part-time at the Royal Academy of Music and volunteering at The Space and Battersea Arts Centre.

Kate is still involved with Putney Theatre Company, where she sat as committee member for several years, organising front of house, stage management and fundraisers.

Kate’s previous theatre credits include: Paulina Salas in Ariel Dorfman’s Death and the Maiden (PTC); Mette in David Eldrige’s Festen (PTC); Goneril in King Lear (South London Theatre); and Rebecca Marshall in April De Angelis’ Playhouse Creatures (SLT).

Freya graduated from The Central School of Speech and Drama with an MA in Classical Acting. Since then she has trained at the Moscow Arts Theatre School in Russia. Recently she has worked with innovative theatre company dreamthinkspeak at the Royal Opera House and appeared at The Battersea Arts Centre in ‘Handbag’.

Previous work includes Unacknowledged Acts of Desire at The Victoria & Albert Museum, Airswimming by Charlotte Jones, Hero in Much Ado About Nothing, Mammals by Amelia Bullmore, Patty in Dennis Potter’s Brimstone and Treacle, Wonder of the World by David Lindsay-Abaire, David Harrower’s Knives in Hens, Emily in Black Widow by Paul Thain; she also co-created and directed The Tales of Petrushka in collaboration with Roehampton University. Freya has also made a number of short films.

As a founding member of Scrawny Cat Theatre Company, recent work includes original productions This Could Be the Last Time, Unacknowledged Acts of Desire and Airswimming, by Charlotte Jones.

Previous theatre work includes Can’t Pay Won’t Pay, Mammals, The Magic Stone of Saturnalia, Loveplay, Tales of Petrushka, Cigarettes and Chocolate and Wonder of the World at Putney Theatre Company. Other theatre credits: Abigail’s Party with Network Theatre Company; A Midsummer Night’s Dream and a touring production of Snow White with Changeling Theatre Company; The World is Just About Enough, which had two successful years at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival after touring around the South East; two tours around Kent schools in Hercules and Text Life with Hazlitt Theatre Company.

Writing credits include Crayons and Batteries for Putney Theatre’s Studo shorts. Angie has recently completed work on a film soundtrack: Cut Out.

Charlotte has previously directed Unacknowledged Acts of Desire for the V&A Museum, Airswimming by Charlotte Jones, Mammals by Amelia Bullmore, The Last Resort devised by PTC, Wonder of the World by David Lindsey Abaire, Death and the Maiden by Arial Dorfman, Knives in Hens by David Harrower, Playhouse Creatures by April De Angelis, The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler, and We Are That Young for Three Grace Productions. Charlotte has also written and directed a number of plays – The Magic Stone of Saturnalia with PTC; Exit, Pursued by a Wolf; Sistere and The Search for Roots.

Charlotte co-ordinated a year long new writing initiative for Putney Theatre Company, culminating in a series of showcase performances this January.