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becks Hill as Maddie


Becks trained at Reynolds Performing Arts and under Robbie Humphries at Walk Tall Repertory Theatre Company. Becks is also an accomplished singer, dancer, and choreographer.  Credits include: The Importance of Being Ernest (Cecily Cardew), Phaedra (Aricia), Frankenstein in Love (Maria Duran), Fame (Carmen) The Snow Queen (The Snow Queen), Depression, Anxiety and Me (Harper),  4.48 Psychosis. 

Harvey almond as Niall


Harvey is a recent Acting Graduate from Mountview Academy & The University of Sussex. He is signed to Twenty-Nine Five Group, London. Recently, Harvey wrapped up a principle role for the feature film 'Cannibal Lake', distributed by Phoenix Worldwide (Jan. 2020). He can be seen as the lead in the Spotlight Gold Award Winner short for social app, ‘Telegram’ (March 2020).



Paul is a London based actor who trained at Manchester Metropolitan Drama School for three years and at the Miskin Theatre in Kent for two years prior to this.

An extremely experienced actor both in screen and film with TV credits for all major television stations in the UK. Featured in film for main stream and independent audiences Paul can be seen in many productions and projects on various platforms.

Winner of 'Best actor' for the short film 'Bruised' in the (Bootleg Film Festival, Toronto) As well as a best supporting performance nomination for the film 'Smack Ed' (High peak film festival)

Theatre performances include a sell-out London run of the critically acclaimed play 'The Greater Game' receiving five-star reviews. Performing in his self-penned comedy play with a heart 'True Colours' also receiving critical acclaim and 4 start reviews and has toured with various shows around the UK.

2019 saw Paul involved Greg Hall's multi award-winning film 'Smack Ed' featuring alongside 'Best soap new comer' Lorraine Stanley and George Russo screened in festivals worldwide.

Recent projects include shooting a VR 360-degree series, being the face of the latest worldwide VW commercial campaign, appearing in the new inbetweeners writer's sitcom 'First Team' and starring in a new cinematic short film shot in Qatar playing the lead Viking.

Denise Wilton as The narrator

Denise is an accomplished theatre actress with a BA Hons in Drama from Leicester University and also trained at LAW, Mixing Networks and the London Screen Actors Academy. Her recent theatre roles include Margaret in the award-winning stage production of ‘Accident of Birth’, Augusta in Strindberg’s ‘Motherly Love’ and Mary the Australian horse in ‘Fabio the Great’. Denise’s first lead role as Jane in the independent feature film ‘Retreat’ will be showing at Film Festivals soon.  She regularly performs history plays in the South East with Rainbow Theatre Company. She is also the face of the Alzheimer’s Society ‘Legacy’ Advertising Campaign   

Jonathan Fitchett as Geoff


Trained in acting and with a Masters degree in Performance from Goldsmiths College, University of London,  Jonathan Fitchett has worked in and written for drama productions both on stage and screen, which he continues to do. Daily. In his career as a university teacher in Italy and the UK, he has combined his theatre and academic teaching experience to provide confidence training to students, teachers and healthcare professionals as well as incorporate drama techniques into his regular teaching. He is currently working towards completing his Phd at the University of Kent in the language of improvised drama, and this research has played a key role in the development of this project.

Lauren Mills as Gemma

Lauren Mills is an actor and theatre-maker based in Gravesend, Kent. In 2019 she co-created ‘Making Love’, a non-verbal clown show exploring the experience of loneliness. Lauren also works as a facilitator at The Woodville Theatre, sharing theatre-making skills with young people.

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