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Aaron-Lee is an actor, writer and director based in West London. They are passionate about diverse and innovative small-scale theatre. Aaron has had plays performed at The Cockpit, Bread and Roses and Hen and Chickens Theatre. He cannot wait to get started on his next project. Aaron-Lee is represented by Birdston Talent Management.

Alex Hayward is a playwright, blogger, and public relations professional. Following an unsuccessful decade of novel-writing, he turned his attentions to drama and has never looked back. Outside of theatre, his interests largely revolve around music, records, and the French language - or trying to find the time to learn it.

Anna is a London-based writer and theatre maker. She is the co-founder and artistic director of early career theatre company, ‘Dirty Feet’, who make work that provokes conversation and builds community. Anna loves stories and is never far from a piece of written word - whether that be a script, poem, novel, or her journal.

A journalist by day, en route to study Creative Writing at Open University. An aspiring novelist, screenwriter and playwright, B.L. Sherrington is penning a fantasy novel and co-writing a play, in between writing screenplays and short stories. B.L. first became a theatre fanatic when Mother Sherrington led the way to the Globe Theatre and it's been love ever since. Since then, Sherrington has developed an addiction to live theatre, be it plays or musicals. Whether experiencing new shows, re-watching the classic Phantom of the Opera or writing a stage production, B.L's future lives on stage.

Cat is an English Literature graduate living in Bristol. She is a regular at the Bristol Old Vic (and once shared an entire chocolate cake with her brother in its foyer waiting to see Amelie). Her favourite type of theatre is modern adaptations of old classics, but she’s up for anything romantic. When not watching or writing about theatre, she loves falling over a lot at roller derby and practising baking.

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