Emma Kelly

Emma began her training at the age of 5 at Julie Sianne Theatre Arts in Surrey and then went on to the Guildford School of Acting.

Theatre: Becky in Becky (Short Plays By) at (Soho Theatre) Em in Public Displays Of Affection (Short Plays by) at (Soho Theatre) Understudy Evelyn in Absent Friends (Harold Pinter Theatre)  Understudy in The Vagina Monologues (UK Tour) Jeanie in Hair (Slovenia) Elena in Venezia the story of Venice (Venice, Italy) Estelle in The Full Monty (English Theatre Frankfurt) Sharpay Evans in High School Musical (UK Tour) Covered and played the role of Sophie in Mamma Mia (Prince of Wales Theatre) The pupil in The Lesson (Kings Head Theatre). 

As choreographer:  On The Twentieth Century (Assistant choreographer to Drew McOnie, Union Theatre) 20th Anniversary Celebration (English Theatre Frankfurt) The Full Monty (Assistant choreographer to Drew McOnie, English Theatre Frankfurt) Independent Woman (New Players Theatre, West End) ‘the rap’ Achilles In Heels (Landor Theatre) Friday Street (London Film School) Numerous works for Julie Sianne Theatre Arts, Surrey and Various music videos.

TV/Film/Radio: Jen in Windover Radio Play (Wireless Theatre Co.) Fizzy Living Comedy Sketches (Hands Up Productions) Halfords Christmas Commercial (Wasp Face Productions), Powersolve Online Commercial (The Progress Film Company) Nurse in Friday Night Project (Channel 4), Rosalyn in In Between (La Toyson D’Or Films), Prisoner B in Solitary (Venture Films) Various Music Videos including, Example, Scouting For Girls. 

Voice Over: Emma’s voice over spans a varied career, including various commercials, Instructional video’s, Educational and many more.  She can currently be heard on Virgin Atlantic flights as the Entertainment guide and will also be the voice of the Unibet TV commercial aired later this month.

More info can be found at Emma’s website www.emmakelly.net

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Edward Harrison

Edward has just finished shooting Doctors (BBC). Other credits include Michael Grandage's Henry V, the lead role in Cyrano De Bergerac (Chester), Joking Apart (Nottingham Playhouse/Sailsbury), Taming of the Shrew (US Tour), Henry IV (Theatre Royal, Bath), The Rivals (Theatre Royal, Haymarket).

Screen work includes Wreckers and Slammer (BBC)

Edward is just about  start rehearsals for Macbeth at The Park Avenue Armory in New York, directed by Kenneth Branagh and Rob Ashford.


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Theatre credits include: Stuart in A Life Backwards (Underbelly, Edinburgh: Watford Palace; Sheffield Crucible); Lilas Pastia in Carmen (Royal Albert Hall); Falstaff/Faulkland in The Merry Wives of Windsor/The Rivals (Dean Taylor Productions); Way Out West (UK tour); Giri in The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui (Liverpool Playhouse; Nottingham Playhouse), The Beatles Love (Mirage, Las Vegas); Twelfth Night and The Merry Wives of Windsor (Dean Taylor Productions); Monkey  (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Julius Caesar (Barbican Centre); Laurel and Hardy (New Vic, Stoke); Humble Boy (Dukes, Lancaster); Smack Family Robinson (Live Theatre, Newcastle); 101 Dalmatians, (Royal Theatre, Northampton); Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Hackney Empire Studio); Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay! and Bouncers  (Brockley Jack); Joe and Ken (Kings Head); Hobson’s Choice (Touring Consortium); Of Mice and Men (Birmingham Rep); The Revenger’s Tragedy (Man In The Moon Theatre) and Love! Valour! Compassion! (Theatre 28).

Television Credits include: Trying Again (to be shown on Sky Living), Not Going Out, Merlin, The Omid Djalili Show, Doctors, Clarkson, All Creatures Great and Small, Stan, Sea of Souls, Old School Lies, Diamond Geezer II, Primeval, Survivors: Surviving the Tsunami, Mile High, Serious and The Organised, The Vice IV, Peak Practice, The Bill and London’s Burning.

Film Credits include: Chalet Girl, Burke and Hare, Cirque Du Soleil:World’s Away, Surprise.

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Reuben trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and Liverpool John Moores University.

For Theatre his credits include Ali in Homelands a Theatre 503/Royal Court co-production; Hippolito, Spurio and Junior Brother in The Revenger's Tragedy at the BAC; Paco in Elegies; For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens at the Fortune Theatre, and West End/Brentwood Theatre. Chorus in Pandora's Box at the Unity Theatre, Liverpool.

Televsion credits include Ian Spiro in When The Lies Run Out (ITV, Dir Paul Greengrass); Family Affairs (Channel 5); My Family (BBC); Grange Hill (BBC).

His feature film credits include Young Leon in the British comedy Leon The Pig Farmer (Electric Pictures) and Piccadilly Jim (Myriad Pictures/UIP).

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Rachael graduated from LAMDA in 2007 and has enjoyed varied roles in television and theatre since graduating. Her first job was as ‘Chairwhore’ in City of Vice for Channel 4, which she thoroughly enjoyed, other television includes, Holby City, Eastenders, and most recently Faceless Killers-Wallander.

Rachael also had the pleasure of working with Max Stafford-Clarke at the Royal Court in a Mark Ravenhill play, The Mother.

Rachael is also a passionate singer, who has written and recorded some of her own material, as well as ongoing work with singer teacher Mary Hammond on musical theatre, pop, and big band classics.

Rachael is currently venturing into a writing project with a friend, for radio/television too, a piece about their experiences as care workers when they were younger. Slightly younger, than their still spritely selves today!

Rachael really enjoyed being part of the Karen’s Town team, and would love to be involved with some more Radio projects in the future.

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kristian hart

Kristian studied at the Royal Scottish Academy and graduated in 2004, Since then Kristian has been fortunate enough to work on stage and screen on both sides of the pond.

His latest BBC shows include Case Histories and Shetland, but the list goes on with shows such as Taggart, Monarch of the Glen and Holby City to name a few.

Kristian is also a regular on the Royal Opera House stage, as an actor and stage fighter, most recently seen killing 'Don Carlos' in The Verdi production by Nicholas Hytner.

From classical theatre to comedy, Kristian has played Bottom in Midsummer Night's Dream in Poland, to Lafew in Alls Well That Ends Well, in California,

Kristian also works as a voice over artist.

Kristian can be heard in REDDER THAN ROSES


James Parkes

James trained at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA), after which he made his professional debut in The Mayor of Zalemea (Liverpool Everyman Theatre).

Since graduating theatre credits include: Banquo in Macbeth with The Lord Chamberlains Men, Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Union Theatre), The Hired Man (Landor Theatre), Dr Watson in Sherlock Holmes (International Tour), Blood Brothers (First Group Theatre, Dubai), Charles in Alan Bennett’s Enjoy (Theatre Royal Bath/ Gielgud Theatre), Oberon & Theseus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Cambridge Open Air Theatre), Around the World in Eighty Days (Vienna’s English Theatre), Slava in Brezhnev’s Children (Battersea Arts Centre), Mr Peachum in The Threepenny Opera (Lyric Theatre Hammersmith).

Opera: The Tenderland by Aaron Copeland (Cochrane Theatre)

Film & T.V: Inside Out (Palm Tree productions/ Pinewood Studios), Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps (BBC)

Radio: Ned Sherrin / Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4)


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Alicia trained at Central School of Speech and Drama.

Since graduating, Alicia has worked extensively in theatre, film, voiceover and radio.

Most recent credits for radio include "Life at Death's Door" for Wireless Theatre Company and "Kerry's List" for BBC Radio 4.

Alicia played the lead in short film "Darklight" which was longlisted for a BAFTA  in 2013

For more information please see spotlight: http://www.spotlight.com/interactive/cv/701567558125



Andrew is a Scottish actor and musician who trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama.

His theatre credits include Peer Gynt and Twelfth Night for the Lost Theatre. He played Mr Sponge in The Building Site’s 2011 sell out run of Hotel Confessions (in association with Southwark Playhouse) which was nominated for 3 OFF-WEST END Awards 2011 and 'Carnoustie Bligh' in Sailor Beware!

He is a long standing member of cinema going innovators Secret Cinema. Past credits include: Grease, Prometheus, Bugsy Malone, Blade Runner, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Lawrence of Arabia and Brief Encounter.

He also was assistant Director on La Haine with a live score by Asian Dub Foundation. At the start of 2012 Andrew played Josh in the short Blind Fate, shot in Moscow for Focus Films. In July 2011 Andrew staged a immersive music event under the name Who By Fire in Bunhill Fields at William Blake’s grave and neighbouring venue The City Arts & Music Project to mark the 40th Anniversary of Doors frontman Jim Morrison.

Music Career: Andrew works as a musician and composer, under the name "The Northern Light Exposure" and was previously the guitarist in the Scottish band “The Storm Society”, fronted by his older brother Stuart Kemsley. Their two most notable releases were "MilesAway" and "St John’s Point", on Enraptured Records, working with legendary producers Pat Collier (Primal Scream, The Wonderstuff) and Rich Haynes (Radiohead & Supergrass).

Under the name "A. A Glen" Andrew composes and produces music for theatre and television, with original tracks appearing as part of the soundtrack and score for the forthcoming documentary, "The Stevenson Way”.



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Beric Livingstone trained at Guildford School of Acting and since then has worked mainly as a singer, songwriter and producer.

He remixed the Jane's Addiction song 'Irresistible Force', Babywax's 'Ordinary Life' and created a version of Mama Cass's 'Dream a Little Dream' for the Battersea Arts Centre production of Beautiful Thing. As a solo artist and with indie bands The Healing Fields and Playing Nervous he has performed in concert and at festivals all over the UK and abroad, including at the Astoria, the Islington Academy and the Clapham Grand.

On radio The Healing Fields were the featured artists on Boston's Alternative Underground Show in 2011 and performed live sessions for ICR and Splash FM.  Recordings include 'The Day They Left the World Behind', 'Sunrise', 'Playing Nervous' and 'The Great Outdoors' and Beric's tracks are included on the 'Inside The White Room' and 'UV' compilation CDs.

Beric wrote an original score for the Rose Theatre's production of Edward II and his music for TV and film is published by NorthStar Music.  Over the summer of 2012 Beric wrote new arrangements of jazz, folk and pop songs and performed them with a jazz trio at the Pheasantry in London.

As an actor Beric's most recent appearance was in The Woods are Lovely at the Courtyard Theatre in 2011; he also occasionally features in the online comedy soap opera Pantry Manor.  Beric is currently working on a new set of electronic-indie songs.



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