Time of My Life by Alan Ayckbourn Back
Director - Tony Pankhurst
Andrew Nash - Adam
Andrew trained at LIPA gaining a 1st Class BA in Acting. Recent theatre credits include Clive in Season's Greetings at the Palace Theatre Westcliff, Stanhope in Journey's End at the Broadway Studio Theatre, Catford and the Constable in Me and My Girl at the London Palladium. Film credits include COLIN, a feature for Nowhere Fast Productions and Thank You For Killing Me for Undercover Films.
Victoria Long - Stephanie
Victoria trained with the National Youth Theatre. Her theatre roles include Belinda in Season's Greetings, Ginny in Relatively Speaking, Mouth in Not I, Mrs Johnstone in Blood Brothers, Lynette in Can't Stand Up for Falling Down, and Gina in Adrian Wright's black comedy Standing Room Only.
Bruce Moore - Gerry
Bruce graduated from LAMDA and went on to work regularly at the Theatre Royal, Stratford East and in rep as well as appearing on television. He was in the original productions of two plays by Debbie Horsfield and has appeared alongside Harry H.Corbett at the Wimborne Theatre, Dorset and Tim Roth in The Barbarians (Barry O'Keefe). Bruce has more recently appeared as Harvey in Season's Greetings, Victor Franz in The Price (Arthur Miller) as well as title roles in Macbeth and Richard II.
Nathan Thompson - Calvinu & Waiters
Nathan graduated from East 15 Acting School in 2005 and has since performed as an actor and singer. He recently appeared in a musical gala at the Pavilion, Glasgow. Other credits include David in Michael Frayn's Benefactors, Lion (The Wizard of Oz), Verloc (The Secret Agent), Mercutio (Romeo and Juliet), and Neville in Alan Ayckbourn's Season's Greetings. He has also featured in a Greenpeace commercial and various short films.
Hayley Evenett - Maureen
Hayley graduated with a Masters-level degree in Drama and Theatre Studies (MDrama) at the University of Kent, specialising in both classical and contemporary performance, and has also completed her acting examinations in LAMDA. Her most recent theatre credits include Ariel in The Tempest and Hilde Wangel in The Master Builder (Henrik Ibsen). She has also appeared as Viola in Twelfth Night and Mrs Barker in The American Dream (Edward Albee). Her musical theatre credits include Annie Oakley from Annie Get Your Gun, Annie in Annie, and The Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz.
Stephen Barden - Glyn
Stephen trained at the Academy Drama School. Recent credits include Duke and Dr Pinch in Comedy of Errors at the Greenwich Playhouse and Hero in Hero at the Hen and Chickens Theatre. He has also appeared as Perks in The Railway Children at the Edinburgh Festival, Colin in Michael Frayn's Benefactors, Bernard in Ayckbourn's Season's Greetings (Palace Theatre, Westcliff), Brusor in The Tragedy Of Solimon and Perseda, (Rose Theatre, Bankside), Sir Andrew In Twelfth Night (Greenwich Playhouse), Sir Gus
O'Donnell in The New Prime Minister (Cockrane Theatre), The Master in The Yorkshire Tragedy (White Bear) and Daniel in Merger Talks (Old Red Lion). Stephen is also a member and writer of Behind the Bikesheds Sketch Show in Hoxton.
Joanne Seymour - Laura
Joanne is a Mountview Theatre School graduate. Her Theatre credits include Katherine in The Taming of the Shrew, Esther Franz in The Price (Arthur Miller) and Laura Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie (Tenessee Williams). She has most recently appeared as Jane in Benefactors (Michael Frayn) and Vassilisa in The Lower Depths (Maxim Gorky) both at the Palace Theatre. Her most recent musical theatre credits include April in Sondheim's Company and Lucy Lockitt in The Beggar's Opera.
Katie Patrick - Stage Manager
Katie trained at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) gaining a foundation degree in Stage Management and Technical Theatre. Recent stage management credits include Ayckbourn's Intimate Exchanges with Two by Two Theatre Co, Pineapple Studio's Performing Arts show, and Chain Reaction: Science Museum Live with M4 Entertainment.