Victoria Brazier 
Dorothy 'Liv' Liversage 
Theatre credits include: 
Thomas Cotran 
Douglas Oakes 
Theatre credits include: 
The Great Gatsby, A Midsummer Nights Dream (Chester Storyhouse) 
Raising Agents, Red Sky at Night, Atalanta Forever, A Dogs Tale (Mikron Theatre Company) The Snow Queen, HUMBUG, Aladdin and the Stolen Stories (Wrongsemble) Frankenstein in Baghdad(R&D National Theatre) Jekyll & Hyde (R&D National Theatre) Harvest (New Perspectives Theatre Company) Footloose (UK Tour) The Glass Menagerie, Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen, James and the Giant Peach, Titus Andronicus, Great Expectations (Dundee Rep Theatre) Not About Heroes (Eden Court Theatre, Tour) King John (Oran Mor) Loserville (Union Theatre, Glasgow) Sleeping Beauty (Citizens Theatre) Sleeping Beauty (Theatre Royal Wakefield) Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin, Jack and the Beanstalk (Lawrence Batley) 
Screen Credits include: 
Catch 22 (Paramount/Hulu/Channel 4) 
Thomas trained at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and is from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. 
Alyce Liburd 
Lottie Franklin 
Theatre credits include: 
A Midsummer Nights Dream, The Great Gatsby (Storyhouse), Comedy Of Errors - More or less (Stephen Joseph theatre/Shakespeare North), Road (Oldham Coliseum) Now is Good (Storyhouse), Aladdin (CAST, Doncaster), Grimm Tales, Sleeping beauty (The Dukes), Four minutes Twelve Seconds (Oldham Coliseum), Jack and The Beanstalk, Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin (The Lawrence Batley Theatre), The Parting Glass (Red Ladder), Billy Shakes: Wonderboy! (Shakespeare Rose Theatre York), Rita, Sue and Bob Too UK Tour (Stockroom, formerly Out Of Joint), Airplays (Leeds Playhouse), The Not So Ugly Sisters, Three, The Selfish Giant, Alia’s Chronicles, Peter Pan in the Park (Wrongsemble) and Unsung (Unsung Collective). 
Film and television: Waterloo Road (BBC) Sky Pearls (Film4) 
Radio: Keeping the lights on (Ragged edge productions), Airplays (Leeds Playhouse/BBC Radio Leeds) 
Polly Lister 
Alice Oakes 
Polly trained at Manchester Metropolitan University Theatre School and National Youth Theatre. 
Theatre includes: 
Unexpected Twist (Royal & Derngate/CTP), Jekyll & Hyde (Derby Theatre/Queen's Theatre Hornchurch), One Man Two Guv'nors (Bolton Octagon), Beauty and the Beast (New Vic, Stoke), Hound Of The Baskervilles (Bolton Octagon), The Snow Queen (Stephen Joseph Theatre), Blue Stockings (Storyhouse Chester), The Wizard Of Oz (Leeds Playhouse), The Worst Witch Live! (Olivier Award Winner for 'Best Family Show', West End/Theatre Royal Northampton/UK Tour), Table (New Vic, Stoke), Votes For Women (New Vic, Stoke), Playhouse Creatures (New Vic, Stoke), Great Expectations (Derby Theatre), The Rise & Fall of Little Voice (Stephen Joseph Theatre), Di and Viv And Rose (Stephen Joseph Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Hull Truck), To Sir With Love (Birmingham Rep), I Was A Wife (Dukes Theatre, Lancaster), The Snow Queen (New Vic, Stoke), Much Ado About Nothing (Mercury Theatre, Colchester), Don't Dress For Dinner (Eastbourne Theatre), Abigail's Party (Theatre By The Lake Keswick - UK Theatre Award Winner for Best Performer), Fallen Angels (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), Suddenly Last Summer (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), Beauty and the Beast (Dukes Theatre, Lancaster), Solace Of The Road (Derby Theatre), The Borrowers (New Vic, Stoke), Hansel & Gretel (Dukes Theatre, Lancaster), Dancing at Lughnasa (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), 101 Dalmatians (New Vic, Stoke), Hayfever (Oldham Coliseum), Cooking With Elvis (Derby Theatre), Jack and the Beanstalk (Harrogate Theatre), The Heretic (Library Theatre, Manchester), Beauty and the Beast (Harrogate Theatre), The Blue Room (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), Hayfever (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), Keep Smiling Through (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), Much Ado About Nothing (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds), Dangerous Corner (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds), Dick Whittington (Harrogate Theatre), Cinderella (Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), A Chorus of Disapproval (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), The Memory Of Water (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), Cinderella (Harrogate Theatre), Transmissions (Birmingham Rep), Our Country's Good (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), The Recruiting Officer (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), Snow White (Harrogate Theatre), Saint Joan (Royal National Theatre), Private Lives (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), Loot (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), After Miss Julie (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick), Sleeping Beauty (Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury), As You Like It (New Vic, Stoke), Marilyn The Musical (Greenwich Theatre), Romeo & Juliet (English Shakespeare Company). 
Television includes: Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Doctors, Martina Cole's Ladykillers, Casualty. 
Film includes: The Murder of Stephen Lawrence, Polterheist, London Unplugged. 
Radio includes: The Archers, Ladies’ Delight, Aromatherapy, Tree Splitting, Distance Between, Lulu, Something Blue (all for BBC Radio). 
Jack Quarton 
Charlie Warham 
Jack trained at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). 
Theatre credits include:  
Amélie (Criterion Theatre); The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (Southwark Playhouse Elephant); The Wicker Husband (Watermill Theatre); Assassins (Nottingham Playhouse/Watermill Theatre); Wonderland (Nottingham Playhouse/Northern Stage); Coram Boy (Nottingham Playhouse); An August Bank Holiday Lark (Northern Broadsides); Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest, Swallows and Amazons (Storyhouse/Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre); Great Expectations, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Hansel and Gretel (Derby Theatre); On the Mend (Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham); Ovid’s Metamorphoses (Pants On Fire Theatre Company); Alice in Wonderland (Octagon Theatre, Bolton); The Master and Margarita (Lodestar Theatre Company). 
Film includes: Mike Leigh’s Peterloo. 
Eddy Westbury 
Danny Kelly 
Eddy trained at ArtsEd and graduated 2018 before shortly joining the cast of The Comedy About A Bank Robbery. He was on a UK tour for a year before moving to the Criterion Theatre, West End. 
Other Theatre credits include Tom Dick And Harry (The New Vic, Stoke) and The Card (The New Vic, Stoke) & Peaky Blinders: The Rise (Riyadh). 
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