DAVID FAIRS (writer/actor)
David trained as an actor for three years at Central School of Speech and Drama, after reading History at Cambridge University.
Theatre includes: Tom, Dick and Harry (Kenny Wax Productions); The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart (New Vic Theatre); I Know You Of Old (RSC Dell, Katzpace & Hope Theatre); Tomorrow Creeps (The Vaults); The Blue Bird (Theatre 503 & UK tour); Orion and the Dark (Peaceful Lion - UK tour); Macbeths (Hope Theatre); Tiger Country (Hampstead Theatre); The Man Who (The Albany); As You Like It (The Lord Chamberlain's Men - UK tour); Much Ado About Nothing (Drayton Theatre); Steven Berkoff's Messiah (Dalston Bunker); Othello (Chelsea Theatre); Hamlet - Sam Wanamaker Festival (Shakespeare's Globe); The Captain of Kopenick, The Collection, Edward Bond's Lear, The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe (Edinburgh Festival); Slave - staged reading (Broadway Theatre Barking); The Common Touch - staged reading (The White Bear); All My Sons, Epsom Downs, King Lear (Central); The Mikado, Pirates of Penzance (Cambridge Arts Theatre). Radio includes: Reluctant Persuaders (BBC Radio 4).
SARAH LAMBIE (actor/producer)
Sarah trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School after reading English at Cambridge University.
Theatre includes: Home, I'm Darling; The Norman Conquests (both Frinton Summer Theatre); What's in a Name? (UK Tour); Stepping Out (Frinton Summer Theatre); The Winslow Boy (UK Tour); The Shakespeare Revue (Theatre Clwyd); I Know You Of Old (Hope Theatre); The Dresser (West End and UK Tour), Don Carlo (Grange Park Opera), Macbeths (Hope Theatre); The Cherry Orchard, Blood on the Carpet (New Wimbledon Theatre); Yes, Prime Minister (UK No.1 Tour); Celebrity Night at Café Red (Trafalgar Studios); Twelfth Night, Masters Are You Mad? (Grosvenor Park Theatre), The Moon Please, The Philadelphia (Soho Theatre), The Importance of Being Earnest (English Theatre, Frankfurt), The Shape of Things (Arts Theatre), An Actor’s Life For Me, The Crucible, The Country Wife (Bristol Old Vic) and The Mikado (Cambridge Arts Theatre).
TV includes: Casualty (BBC). Film includes: The Colour Room; The Reckoning; Ash; Puzzle; Unlined. Radio includes: The Corrupted; Believe it!; A Small Town Murder and three ‘Books of the Week’ (all for Brill Productions/ BBC Radio 4). Sarah has recorded more than 30 audiobooks, all available on Audible.
ANNA MARSLAND (director)
Anna trained on the MFA Theatre Directing course at Birkbeck College and was a finalist for the 2013 JMK Award for Young Directors. Anna is Associate Director on The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (UK Schools Tour).
Theatre includes: The Strange Undoing Of Prudencia Hart (New Vic Theatre); The Blue Bird (Theatre503 and UK Tour); I Know You Of Old (RSC Dell, Katzpace & Hope Theatre); Ballistic (King's Head Theatre & Pleasance, Edinburgh); Tomorrow Creeps (VAULT Festival); Macbeths (Hope Theatre); Horniman's Choice (Finborough Theatre); and Twelfth Night (Victoria Baths, Manchester).
As Resident/Assistant Director, theatre includes The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Gielgud Theatre); The White Devil, The Roaring Girl (Royal Shakespeare Company); Lady Windermere's Fan, Miss Julie, The Gatekeeper, Beautiful Thing, Good (Royal Exchange, Manchester); A Christmas Carol (New Vic Theatre); and Driving Miss Daisy (Theatre Royal, Bath).
Text Work includes The Malcontent (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse); Henry VI: Parts I, II, and III (Shakespeare's Globe)
CONOR O'KANE (actor/producer)
Conor graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2013 and in 2016 he was nominated "Best Male in a Musical" by OffWestEnd.
Theatre includes: The White Handkerchief (Derry Playhouse); Freedom of the City (Brian Friel Festival); Chezzie's Chance (The Millennium Forum); The Talk (reading at the International Moving Image Society); Good Gracious, Good Friday (Theatre N16); I Know You Of Old (RSC Dell, Katzpace & Hope Theatre); Tomorrow Creeps (The Vaults); Survivors Voices (Dance East Ipswich); Miss Nightingale (The Vaults & U.K. Tour); Divided by History, United by Music (Blue Eagle Productions); Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Peter Pan (The Millennium Forum); Macbeths (The Hope Theatre); Refuge (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds); Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (QDOS Entertainment); First Time (The Rosemary Branch Theatre); Edgar and Annabel (The Karamel Klub); The Martyr (Soho Theatre); Anything Goes, The Hired Man, Guys and Dolls (Mountview). Film includes: Its F*cking Sh*t, Heretic, Beyond Repair (Photon Pictures)