Artistic Director

Roanna studied at the University of East Anglia and then at Central School of Speech and Drama. She has toured the UK as a stand up comedian and been on and back stage for a number of productions. She is now a drama therapist and psychotherapist and is excited to be able to combine her two loves to form this company.



Emma worked as a secondary school teacher before making the leap into full time content creation in September 2020. She created and hosts the successful podcast Real Life Ghost Stories and is currently in the process of learning to create video content for a wider audience. She has previously played the role of Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, Richard in Richard III and Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. 


Musical Director

Greg is a musician, composer, songwriter and sound designer working across a number of genres and media. He has composed a number of theatrical scores with recent credits including Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Whitstable Playhouse), Hedda Gabler (Marlowe Theatre) and Richard III (Gulbenkian Theatre). He has a particular interest in working with English traditional music and works regularly as a performer and composer in this field touring the UK with several bands. He has released several albums with the band Green Diesel to critical acclaim and composed music featured in the Channel 4 drama series Southcliffe.

Talk cast stare forward

Associate Artist

Id Flashman portrayed Dr Charles Hood, the conservative reformer in 'Talk'. He has played butlers, drunkards, a king, creepy conspirator, a love-crazed teen, a sex-starved psychiatrist and also Sherlock Holmes. This may or may not have been in seperate productions.


Associate Artist

Paddy trained at Trinity College Dublin. He has had a range of roles and has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with two productions. Furthermore he toured Ireland, America and Britain with his comedy troupe. Recent productions include Talk at the Marlowe Theatre and Rosencrantz and Gildenstern Are Dead in The Whitstable Playhouse.


Associate Artist

Lisa trained at Rose Bruford College, since then she has had a variety of roles.  Theatre includes; Comedy of Errors - Nuffield Theatre, Talk – Marlowe Theatre, and Bottom in A Midsummers Night’s Dream for the RSC.  Television includes; EastEnders and Kiss me Kate.  Lisa has played various roles for both BBC Radio 4, Channel Radio and Viola Films.


Associate Artist

Emma is a lecturer, facilitator, director and teacher of drama, who despite earning a living from theatre had forgotten that she also loved acting! This was the play that helped her rediscover that passion, and since then Emma has performed in Hedda Gabler, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern and most recently as Mole in Wind in the Willows. In the past she has taken on roles such as Ruth in Blithe Spirit, Fat Sam in Bugsy Malone, a prostitute in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and the Narrator in Up and Under (nothing, if not varied). She also performed as a dancer in the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony.


Associate Artist

Christopher trained at University College Cork, Ireland. He was involved in a number of ISDA festivals, winning Best Ensemble for Serious Money. He has also been involved in a range of amateur and semi-professional productions in both Ireland and the UK; most recently performing at the Marlowe Studio Theatre as Eilert Lovborg in Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler.


Associate Artist

Jamie is a full-time digital content creator and producer, and part-time creative practitioner and performer. He performed at the Fringe for the first time in 2017, or rather, his voice did, as a number of roles in Ouroboros. The same year, he lent his vocal talent to the sadly as yet unreleased indie video game Sonder. Stage roles both dramatic and musical include 'Ratty' in The Wind in the Willows (The Canterbury Players - Gulbenkian Theatre), 'Octavius Caesar' in Antony and Cleopatra (Canterbury Shakespeare Festival - Greyfriars Gardens) and 'Mr. McQueen' in Urinetown (UKC Musical Theatre Society - The Marlowe Theatre).