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  • Oranges, Metaphors and a Certain Baker’s Daughter

    Oranges, Metaphors and a Certain Baker’s Daughter

    Professional actors will perform the winning entry in the PSF Shake it Up! writing competition held in partnership with the Bohunt Academy Trust. The piece was written by Prishay Jahanzeb, from Wokingham School, and inspired by Romeo and Juliet. See this short play at 12.45 pm at PSF Fringe on Sunday 21st July

  • Adam Young

    Adam Young

    Adam trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. For the Petersfield Shakespeare Festival: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Macbeth, As You Like It, Henry V, Twelfth Night. He recently starred in the new stage adaptation of ‘Withnail and I’ playing the role of ‘Danny’ at (The Birmingham Repertory Theatre). Other theatre includes: Tattooed On My…

  • Josie White

    Josie White

    Josie White (She/Her) is a Nottingham based actor, writer, and producer. A graduate East 15 Acting School, where she gained a BA (Hons) degree in Acting and The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. She was also in cohort one of The Independent Producer Residencies Programme, with In Good Company and Derby Theatre, supported by Jerwood…

  • Eva Rae Thomson

    Eva Rae Thomson

    Eva Rae Thomson is an actor with background in movement, clowning, motion capture and devising, as well as classical acting and voicework. With training from RADA, Rose Bruford, L’ecole Philippe Gaulier and Battersea Arts Centre, Eva Rae can be seen in several short films, as well as performing cabaret and drag artistry as Pepe Fabrice…

  • Kiara Nicole Pillai

    Kiara Nicole Pillai

    Kiara is a 24-year-old Chinese-Indian actor from Singapore represented by Amber Personal Management. She moved to the UK in 2019 to study acting at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Since graduating in 2022, she has been in a variety of short films, audiobooks and stage shows, working with companies such as Audible, the Stephen Joseph Theatre…

  • Chenise Lynette

    Chenise Lynette

    Chenise trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. She has most recently been seen as Ophelia in Hamlet (Orange Tree Theatre). Other stage credits include; ‘SHE’ (UK Tour), ‘Woke Up!’ (Turbine Theatre) and Seven (Mountview) Voiceover Includes: Slam Poet (Reply), VO – Greys Anatomy Audio Spot (Disney+)

  • Tom Lotherington

    Tom Lotherington

    Tom is an actor and playwright originally from Essex. After studying Politics and Philosophy at Queen’s University Belfast, Tom trained at Drama Studio London for three years. He recently played Oliver in an outdoor production of As You Like It. Tom regularly performed stand-up comedy in Derry and Belfast, and has recently written his first…

  • Peter Losasso

    Peter Losasso

    Theatre includes: The Other Boleyn Girl (Chichester Festival Theatre), Mrs Warren’s Profession (Theatre Royal, Bath & UK Tour), Wendy & Peter Pan (Leeds Playhouse), Fighting Irish (Belgrade Theatre), The Wipers Times (Watermill Theatre, UK Tour & Arts Theatre, West End), Trial by Laughter (Watermill Theatre & UK Tour), Anguis (Bunker & Gilded Balloon). Peter also…

  • Becky Hope-Palmer

    Becky Hope-Palmer

    Becky is a Scottish theatre director and writer from Edinburgh. She was a finalist for the prestigious JMK Award in 2019/2021 and worked at the Royal Shakespeare Company from 2017-2019. Becky trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, was Resident Trainee Director at the Lyceum Theatre and is currently an Associate Artist for She Productions…

  • Chris Hollis

    Chris Hollis

    Chris directed Twelfth Night and played Malvolio for PSF last year. He also directed Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He played Bill Austin in MAMMA MIA! in the West End and on tour. For the RSC: Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Twelfth Night; Chichester Festival Theatre: Translations, The Tempest, The Royal Baccarat Scandal,…

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