Sioned Jones – Martha

Sioned has appeared in 13, Women Beware Women, All’s Well That Ends Well, Oedipus and Never So Good at the National Theatre and in A Woman of No Importance, Shakespeare In Love, Shadowlands, The Letter, Glorious! and Tolstoy in the West End.
Numerous other theatre credits include an Offie nominated performance in Ghost About the House (King’s Head), Cruella De Vil in the musical of 101 Dalmatians (Wellingborough), York in Henry VI (Wales Millennium Centre), George in The Killing of Sister George (London Theatre Workshop) and several self-penned cabaret shows as Madame Charlotte-Anne Arcati.
Television includes: Cadfael, Family Affairs and The Bill.
Film includes: Madharasapattinam, Dark Signal and Happy Now.
Audio includes: Morgana in Dr Who: The Psychic Circus (BBC/Big Finish).

Charlie Bence – Brenda-Marie

Charlie graduated from Mountview in summer 2019.
Before that, they appeared in Our Benny (Liverpool Empire), as the Wicked Queen in Snow White (Stiwt Theatre, Wrexham) and in Beauty and the Beast (Chateau Chalain, France).

Kellie Batchelor – Josie (and Co-Producer)

Kellie trained at Drama Studio, London.
For Signal, she has played Phyllis in Sellotape Sisters (The Warren, Brighton/Tristan Bates), Jackie in Shang-a-Lang (King’s Head), Sarah in A Place at the Table (Tristan Bates), Cherry in The Night Before Christmas (Hen & Chickens/Bike Shed, Exeter), Cath in Here (Tristan Bates) and Amanda in Private Lives (Canal Café), all of which she also co-produced.
Other theatre includes: Somewhere Over The WestwayReady, Steady, Date and Octopus Pie (all Edinburgh), Under the Blue Sky and Closer (Soho Theatre Studio), Sexual Perversity in Chicago (Canal Café), The Snow Queen (Chelsea Centre) and Kingdom on Earth (Landor). 
Film includes: Kin (A10 Films) and the shorts The Eye of the Needle and Fund This.
Kellie is also a volunteer for Scene & Heard.

Andrew P Stephen – Lionel

Andrew has appeared in Elling, Life x3, Absurd Person Singular and The Woman in Black in the West End.
Other theatre includes The Acedian Pirates (Theatre 503), Foreplay (The King’s Head), Madame Bovary (Hope) and tours of Gasping, Life x3, Arsenic & Old Lace, Strangers on a Train, Funny Peculiar, Absurd Person Singular, Duet For One and The Woman in Black.
Andrew is also a regular with the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, appearing in thirteen seasons, playing Hamlet, Macbeth, Iago, Petruchio, Benedick, Puck, Bottom, Shylock, Angelo, Pericles, Leontes, Prospero, Antony and Richard III.

Matt Lim – Timothy

Matt recently played leading roles in the Royal Exchange/Birmingham Rep touring production From Shore to Shore, in Break of Noon (Finborough) and in Love in the Past Participle (Other Palace).
He’s appeared on television in Doctors, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (Indigo Films), Lucid: The Dreamwalker and in the film A Confusion of Tongues.
Matt is also an award-nominated writer, whose first full play It’s Complicated was shortlisted for the Cambridge Footlights’ Harry Porter Prize. His work has also been staged at the Pleasance, Barons Court, in Edinburgh and Brighton, and at Cambridge ADC Theatre.

Jessica Forrest – Louise

Jessica made her acting debut playing Leanne Holiday on Channel 4’s Hollyoaks, staying for over three years.
Other television includes The Cruise and Coronation Street, as well as regular character Clare on the popular children’s show Dani’s Castle.
In theatre, Jessica recently toured in Chip Shop Chips, an immersive production set in a fish and chip shop.
As a fan of the Edinburgh Fringe, she’s also found herself writing and performing as half of the comedy double act Trolley Girls.