Hannah trained and graduated from The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts on the BA (Hons) Acting course in July 2018. Her professional credits include: Holy Land (Tour and Edinburgh Fringe 2019), The Reunion (NFTS short film), Dorothy, The Wizard of Oz (Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton), Lore (Amazon Studios & Valhalla Entertainment). Her credits while training include: Henry V (The Sam Wanamaker Festival, The Globe), Punk Rock (Italia Conti Academy), Pains of Youth.
Phil trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Some of his professional theatre credits includes King Norbert in Jack and the Beanstalk (Colchester Mercury), Dar in The Illness Should Attend (Bunker Theatre), Christmas Present in A Christmas Carol (Brewhouse Theatre), Armstrong in Sondheim’s Roadshow (Union Theatre), Mr Grimes in Fanny & Stella (Above The Stag), Widow Twankey in Aladdin (Newbury Corn Exchange), Alberich in The Ring Cycle Plays, Androcles and the Lion, and Treasure Island for London’s Free Theatre Season at the Scoop. Also The Searcher (Greenwich Theatre) and Piggy in The Lord of the Flies (RSC). Phil has also sporadically appeared on the Telly Box, Wireless and at the Flicks. Phil is delighted to be returning to Taunton for Christmas at the Brewhouse.
Kathryn trained at the Oxford School of Drama. Her most recent work includes, Delicious (Sky1), Frogman (Curious Directive), Spindrift (Curious Directive), The Smallest Story Ever Told (Kings Head Theatre, London), Ratchet (Soho Theatre, London) and Julius Caesar (The North Wall, Oxford). She is delighted to be joining the cast of The Railway Children in her first production with The Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre this December.
Glyn trained at Rose Bruford College for a B.A. (Hons) in Theatre Arts. Some of his theatre credits include Merlin in King Arthur (Story Pocket Theatre); Odysseus in The Ithaca Axis (Trinity Arts); Michael Winner in When Blair had Bush and Bunga, Bunga Bunga Productions; Mike in Gigolo, and James Earl Ray in Dreamer; Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing and Parolles in All’s Well That Ends Well, inter alia, (The Festival Player Theatre Company). He has performed roles in TV, some of which include A Night in with Fanny; Emmerdale; Brookside; and also films such as The Last Faust, Crowhurst, and Once Upon a Time in London.
David studied linguistics at Durham University before training as an actor at Mountview Theatre School and has an extensive coverage of genres from farce to panto and Shakespeare. Some of his professional credits include: Romeo in Romeo and Juliet and Malcolm in Macbeth (Tabs Productions); Adam in Rough Crossing (Salisbury Playhouse); Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz (Westcliff Palace) and classical farce The Mating Game (Pomegranate Theatre). Recent work also includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream (English National Opera) and The Classic Thriller Season (Theatre Royal Nottingham).
Celia trained at Rose Bruford College. Her theatre credits include Louise in Private Lives (The Mill at Sonning); Jill in Jack and the Beanstalk (Queens Theatre Hornchurch), Rose in The Secret Garden (Barn Theatre Cirencester); Whitney in Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood (Stafford Gatehouse); Vi Petty in Buddy- The Buddy Holly Story (UK Tour); Daisy in The Great Gatsby (UK Tour); Gretchen in The Bureau of Lost Things (Theatre 503). She also played Mo in The Walkers (Sky 1).
Adam trained at ArtsEd for a B.A. (Hons) in Musical Theatre. His professional credits include: Jackson in Works of Art (Tristan Bates Theatre); Wickersham #1 / Mr. Mayor in Seussical the Musical (Southwark Playhouse); Hanschen/Dance Captain in Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre); Onstage Swing & 1st Cover Claude in The 50th Anniversary – Hair The Musical (The Vaults); Ensemble in Dick Whittington (Cambridge Arts Theatre); Ensemble in Shakespeare Live at the RSC (Stratford); and Ensemble in Hey Old Friends – 85th Birthday Tribute to Stephen Sondheim (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.)
Robert completed his training at East 15 in 2015, and has since performed roles such as Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet (Blue Orange Theatre); Prince Charming in Cinderella (Mitchell Arts Centre), and Beast in Beauty and The Beast (Tour). He has also appeared in videos for BBC Bitesize and RNLI’s float to live campaign. Robert has also sung domestically and in Europe.