Sophia plays the recurring role of Karen Brewer in the Netflix series ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’, directed by Lucia Aniello.
Sophia plays the recurring role of Karen Brewer in the Netflix series ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’, directed by Lucia Aniello.
James stars in Richard Roques ‘Short Memory ‘ at the Waterloo East Theatre.
Susie features in the upcoming ‘Ammonite’ set to release later this year.
Jade featured in ‘The Pirate Queen’, directed by Drew Baker.
Ewan stars as Ross in ‘Friendsical The Musical’ which will be touring the UK throughout 2020.
Antoinette played Stenographer in ‘Witness For The Prosecution’, directed by Lucy Bailey.
Alex played Oscar Samuel in the BBC’s ‘Death In Paradise’.
Paul features in ITV’s ‘White House Farm’.
Georgia will be starring in the upcoming Royal Shakespeare Company’s Europena.
Hannah will soon be starring in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Europeana.
Clinton plays recurring role Bob Baime in ‘The Stranger’ out now on Netflix.
Drew features in Leanne Welham’s ‘Trial Of Christine Keeler’.
Sophie plays Lisa and 1st Cover Sophie in the West End classic ‘Mamma Mia!’, directed by Phyllida Lloyd.
Julian Hoult played Noi’s Dad in ‘The Storm Whale’ at the York Theatre Royal.
Jack Lansbury played the principle roles of Prince/King in ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at the York Theatre Royal.
Lianne played Ginny in ‘Relativity Speaking’ at the Jermyn Street Theatre and Mill at Sonning. Directed by Robin Herford.
Koda played Dandini in Richard Gauntlett’s version of ‘Cinderella’ at Newport Live in 2019.
Samuel Buttery starred as The Duck in the Unicorn Theatre’s production of ‘The Wolf, The Duck, and the Mouse’.
Lianne played Sheila in ‘An Inspector Calls’ in the UK & USA Tour. Directed by Stephen Daldry.
Violet plays Chloe in ‘The Bird Game’, directed by Marianna Simnett and Robbie Ryan.
Nalini can be seen in Robbie Mckillop’s ‘Guilt’.
Ewan played William George in ‘Soho Cinders’ at The Charing Cross Theatre
Kok-Hwa can be seen as the Kralahome and is the alternate King Of Siam, a role he has played at numerous venues, in ‘The King and I’.
Robert understudied Mason and Jack in ‘Prism’ at the Hampstead Theatre, directed by Terry Johnson.
Gráinne plays Niamh in ‘Lonely Laura And Her Sister Niamh’, directed by Florence Hyde.
Georgia played Filch in ‘Dead Dog In A Suitcase’, directed by Mike Shepherd.
Robert directed ‘The Borrowers’ at the Storyhouse Chester.
Eva played Kate Nickleby in ‘Nicholas Nickleby’ at the Bristol Old Old Vic. Directed by Geoffrey Brumlik and Jenny Stevens.
Ryan can be seen in the series Pennyworth which is currently streaming on Prime Video.
Alex can be seen in the feature film The Hustle on Netflix, directed by Chris Addison.
Grainne plays Isabella Peroux in the ‘Father Brown’ for BBC, directed by Paul Gibson.
Sophia plays supporting role ‘Gigi’ in, Santa’s Boots. Directed by Shawn Tolleson.
Sophia played Elizabeth Bennet in ‘Pride and Prejudice’ at the theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, directed by Marcus Romer.
Jade played Mel in ‘Club Mex: Immersive Club Musical’, directed by Julie Atherton.
Jade featured in ‘The Book Of Mormon’ at the Prince of Wales Theatre, directed by Casey Nicholaw.
Jemima plays Ava in the short film ‘Roses Point’.
Jemima plays Maddie in the short film ‘Hell To Hedland’.
Beth played Cover Mrs Birling and Edna in ‘An Inspector Calls’ the UK/International Tour, directed by Stephen Daldry.
Aryana played Amal in ‘Glasgow Girls’ at the National Theatre of Scotland for Raw Materials. Directed by Cora Bissett.
Zoe plays Mia Alfonso in BBC’s ‘Doctors’, directed by John Maidens.
Jerry-Jane can be seen as Idun in ‘Vikings’, directed by Paddy Breathnach.
Laura played Susan in ‘Swallows and Amazons’ at the York Theatre Royal, directed by Damian Cruden.
Gráinne played the lead River in ‘Fireworks’ at the Theatre Royal Plymouth and Vaults Festival.
Clinton plays Mr Turner in ‘Deep State – Series 2’, directed by Matthew Parkhill.
Clinton plays Sam Sideway in ‘Sanditon’.
Luke plays Quinny in ‘The Capture’, directed by Ben Chanan.
Luke plays the recurring character Ade in ‘Don’t Forget The Driver’, directed by Tim Kirkby.
Damola plays Port Master in ‘Cursed’ a Netflix/Olde Tale Production, directed by Zetna Fuentes & Daniel Nettheim.
Amit plays Calvin in Saul Metzstein’s ‘Brassic’.
Samuel Townsend played Boy/Romeo in Séan Aydon’s ‘The Picture Of Dorian Gray’.
Jerry-Jane plays Judy in ‘Dad’s Army’ for BBC.
Richard played various roles in ‘Matilda The Musical’ UK Tour.
Jessie plays Liv in BBC’s ‘EastEnders’, directed by Mickey Jones.
Daniel can be seen in the BBC Miniseries of ‘Les Misérables’ as Despiat.
Daisy plays Rose in ‘Vanity Fair’, directed by James Strong.
Laura played Portly in ‘The Wind and The Willows’ at the New Victoria Theatre, directed by Peter Leslie Wild.
Julian appeared in ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’ at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.
James features in ‘Speechless’ directed by Christine Gernon.
Dean played a variety of roles in the smash hit musical ‘Mamma Mia!’.
Violet played Violet in ‘Why Is The Sky Blue’ at the Southwark Playhouse. Directed by Abbey Wright, Shireen Mula and Matt Regan.
Missy played the lead role Alex Page in ‘Laughing Branches’, directed by Missy Malek.
Simon plays Constable Dwye in ‘In The Long Run’. Directed by Declan Lowney.
Helen played Talia in BBC’s ‘EastEnders’, directed by Laurence Wilson.
Erin plays series regular Cassie Perez in BBC’s ‘Shetland’. Directed by Isabelle Sieb.
LJ played Moira , Donna and Spot in ‘Pravada’ at Arts Ed. Directed by Hennifer Tang.
Kate plays Katie in the BBC’s ‘Casualty’, directed by Eric Styles.
Jemima plays the title role Dorothy in ‘Dear Dorothy’.
Nalini played Le Bret in ‘Cryano De Bergerac’ at the National Theatre of Scotland and Citizens Theatre. Directed by Dominic Hill.
Sarah plays Emmy in ‘Master Of Love’, directed by Matt Roberts.
Sarah played Anna Watson in ‘Girl On A Train’ at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. Directed by Joe Murphy.
Aryana played the lead role of Ayesha in ‘The Funeral Director’ at the Southwark Playhouse. Directed by Hannah Hauer-King.
Zoe played Sal in the UK Tour of ‘Solider On’ for the Soldier’s Arts Academy. Directed by Jonathan Lewis.
Jessie played Marc Antony in ‘Julius Caesar’ at Pop-up Globe, directed by Rita Stone.
Jessie plays Jeanette Miller in season 4 of ‘Westside’, directed by Murray Keane.
Charlotte played a variety of roles in ‘Witness For The Prosecution’ , directed by Lucy Bailey.
Rosie played OC in ‘Anyone’s Guess How We Got Here’ at The Royal Exchange. Directed by Dan Hutton and Joe Boylan.
Hannah played Faith in ‘Kindertransport’ at the Queens Theatre Hornchurch and Theatre de la Ville. Directed by Anne Simon.
Laura plays Maidservant in ‘Vanity Fair’, directed by James Strong.
Carl plays Abel in ‘The Feed’ for Amazon, directed by Tinge Krishnan.
Ray played Emil Foley in ‘An Officer And A Gentlemen’, directed by Nikolai Foster.
Brett features in ‘Official Secrets’ a film by Gavin Hood.
Brett features in the hugely successful Netflix series of ‘Top Boy Series 3’.
Alexander can be seen in ‘Vikings’ for Amazon.
Alexander played Officer in ‘BR’ER COTTON’ at Theatre 503, directed by Alexander Weise.
Damola played Felipe in ‘The Strange Death of Jon Doe’ at the Hampstead Theatre, directed by Ed Hall.
Steffan played the Escapologist in ‘Matilda The Musical’ UK/Ireland Tour.
David featured in ‘A Brixton Tale’ directed by Darragh Carey & Bertrand Desrochers.
Stuart can be seen in feature film The Man With The Silver Case, directed by Colin Best and Jay Keitel.
Amit plays Athif Kamara in ITV’S ‘Bancroft’, directed by John Hayes.
Alex starred in the original cast of ‘A Christmas Carol’ as Father/Marley at The Old Vic, directed by Matthew Warchus.
Hannah played Helen Burns and Adele in ‘Jane Eyre’ at the National Theatre, directed by Sally Cookson.
James features in Clare Kilner’s ‘Delicious’ as James Woolfe.
Scott Monello appeared in ‘Wicked’ at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.
Alex plays André Villechaize in Sacha Gervasi’s My Dinner With Hervé
Léa plays Jessie in ‘Rodin’, directed by Jacques Doillon.
Jerry-Jane plays Jayne Mansfield in ‘BABS’ for BBC, directed by Dominic Leclerc.
Sophia plays Guilia Gallo in ITV’s ‘Endeavour V’. Directed by Andy Wilson.
Georgia played Katie in ‘Our Day Out’ at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. Directed by Karen Simpson.
Suzi played both ‘Peter Rabbit’ and ‘Lucie’ in Where Is Peter Rabbit? At the Old Laundry Theatre. Directed by Shelia Carter and Steven Edis.
Barbara plays Josie in the BBC’s ‘Call The Midwife’, directed by Syd Macartney.
Kate plays Tess in BBC’s ‘Doctors’, directed by Nimer Rashed.
Sophia plays Young Anastasia in ABC’s ‘Once Upon A Time’. Directed by Steve Perlman.
Damola plays the recurring role of Augustus in ‘Berlin Station’.
Sarah plays Jess in ‘Pink Wall’, directed by Tom Cullen.
Jacqueline plays Kayla Kasper in ‘Berlin Station’.
Alice played Janet in ‘The Knowledge’ at Charing Cross Theatre, directed by Maureen Lipman.
Sophie played the lead Sarah in ‘Our House’ the UK Tour. Directed by James Tobias, Fabian Aloise and Dustin Conrad.
Emily played a variety of roles including Young Sally, Young Carlotta and Showgirl in ‘Follies’ at the National Theatre, directed by Dominic Cooke.
Nicholas is the voice of the Cyberman and the Daleks in the award winning BBC series ‘Doctor Who’.
Craig played Les, Ronnie & Zoo Keeper in ‘Our Day Out’ at the Theatre Royal.
Craig Stevenson plays Craig McCallan in ‘The Motive’, directed by Manuel Martín Cuenca.
Brett plays Anthony Johnson in Stephen Frears ‘A Very English Scandal’.
Steffan played Sam Monaghan in ‘The Comedy About A Bank Robbery’ at the Criterion Theatre.
Rob played Trevor in the UK and Broadway version of ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ – a show he co-created as part of Mischief Theatre.
Lloyd appeared in ‘Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ UK tour for Bill Kenwright.
Isabel played Castiza in ‘The Revengers Tragedy’ at the Nottingham Playhouse. Directed by Fiona Buffini.
Missy plays Owen Case’s Assistant in ‘Now You See Me 2’, directed by Jon M. Chu.
Alex played Mark Kasdan in Joel Hopkins’ feature film ‘Hampstead’.
Oliver starred in the leading role of Sky in ‘Guys and Dolls’ at the Phoenix Theatre.
Alexander plays Dennis in ITV’s ‘Maigret’, directed by Ashley Pearce.
Lily plays Tanya Ford in ‘Dark Heart’ for ITV, directed by Colin Teague.
Charlotte work shopped Mandy Rice-Davies in ‘Stephen Ward’ for Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Sophie plays Ginny in ‘Humans Series II’, directed by Carl Tibbetts.
Emily played several roles in ‘Cats’ including: Rumpelteazer/1st Cover Jellylorum and Griddlebone.
Carl plays Geoffrey in ‘My Cousin Rachel’, directed by Roger Mitchell.
Craig plays Mike McCogan in ‘Inside’, directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas.
Barnaby is the ‘Principal Dalek’ in the hugely successful BBC series Doctor Who.
Daniel features in the hit HBO series ‘Game Of Thrones’ as the recurring role Lothar Frey.
Drew can be seen in ‘The Suffragette’ directed by Sarah Gavron.
Scott was the alternate Frankie Valli in the original production of ‘Jersey Boys’ at the Dominion Theatre, directed by Des McAnuff.
Lloyd can be seen as Mitchell in ‘Eliminators’ directed James Nunn.
Richard performed in the ensemble of ‘Priscilla Queen Of The Desert’ and also covered the leading role of Felicia.
Lianne feature in Channel 4’s ‘Not Safe For Work’, directed by Keiron Hawkes.
Ryan starred as John Lennon in the hit musical ‘Let It Be’.
Jerry-Jane plays Nymphet in ‘Survivor’, directed by James Mcteigue.
Daisy played Cathy in ‘The Hard Problem’, directed by Nicholas Hytner.
Helen plays Isabelle Meyer in ‘The Last Panthers’, directed by Johan Renck.
Helen plays series regular ‘Maya’ in A.D The Bible Continues. Directed by Tony Mitchell.
India plays Young Pat in ‘Cradle To The Grave’ for BBC, directed by Sandy Johnson.
Kate plays Michelle in ‘Cradle To Grave’ for BBC, directed by Sandy Johnson.
Susie plays the Landlady in ‘Suffragette’, directed by Sarah Gavron.
Laura plays series regular Agatha in ‘Minority Report’.
Nalini plays Zinnie Hassoun in BBC Scotland ‘River City’.
Jacqueline plays Lydia Coetzee in ‘Criminal Minds: Beyond Boarders’. Directed by Laura Belsey.
Charlotte played various roles in ‘The Importance Of Being Earnest’ at the Vaudeville Theatre. Directed by Adrian Noble.
Alice played Lila in ‘Plaques & Tangles’ at the Royal Court Theatre. Directed by Lucy Morrison.
Barnaby plays Mr Davis in ‘Hollyoaks’ for Channel 4.
Simon plays Dc.Brinkley in ‘A Hundred Streets’, directed by Jim O’Hanlon.
Simon plays Alfie a series regular in the BBC’s ‘Cradle To The Grave’, directed by Sandy Johnson.
Lea plays Lisa in ITV’s ‘Grantchester’, directed by Tim Fywell.
Stuart played the title role of the bodyguard Frank Farmer in the hit musical ‘The Bodyguard’.
Robert directed ‘Queen Coal’ at the Sheffield Crucible.