Introducing a new generation of talent

  1. Introducing
    Elana Binysh

    Elana is an London-born actress and singer. She trained with the Bristol Old Vic's Made in Bristol programme, and is an experienced deviser, workshop leader and theatre maker. She has performed at the Bristol Old Vic, The Pleasance Theatre and Theatre Royal Plymouth. She also has a degree in Theatre, Film & Television from the University of B

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    Elana Binysh
  2. Introducing
    Lydia Bradford

    Lydia has recently graduated form Art Educational.

    This summer Lydia played Irène/Clémence in A Tale of Two Cities at the Regents Park Open Air.

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    Lydia Bradford
  3. Introducing
    Marcelle Duprey

    Marcelle Duprey started acting and presenting from a young age, including lead roles in both features films and television. A native liverpudlian with a good ear for accents and a real flair for comedy. Marcelle's soulful singing voice has been widely showcased in both the charts and advertising.

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    Marcelle Duprey
  4. Introducing
    Holly Earl

    Holly Earl has recently finished filming in Romania, along with completing roles in the popular television shows Doctor Who, Skins, Cuckoo and more. She has been working since the age of 3, including roles in Neil LaBute's feature film Possession, "Touching Evil" and the popular BBC Christmas Special The Greatest Store in the World. She will be shooting for the second series of Cuckoo later this year. Holly has recently been nominated for an Ian Charleson Award for her role in our production of The Father at The Belgrade Theatre.

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    Holly Earl
  5. Introducing
    Nathalie Emmanuel

    Nathalie has recently finished filming on The Titan alongside Sam Worthington. Nathalie is currently filming on Fast and Furious 8 and will reprise her role of Missandei in Season 8 of Game of Thrones.

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    Nathalie Emmanuel
  6. Introducing
    Jo Hartland

    Jo Hartland

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    Jo Hartland
  7. Introducing
    Laura Janes

    Since graduating from RADA's Acting Foundation last year, Laura has worked on a number of film and Theatre projects most recently wrapping filming on Feature Film 'Royal Hibiscus Hotel' directed by Ishaya Bako.

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    Laura Janes
  8. Introducing
    Charlotte Jordan

    Charlotte Jordan

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    Charlotte Jordan
  9. Introducing
    Maya Kulukundis

    Growing up between India and England, Maya has always been intrigued by people and culture, leading her seamlessly into the sphere of the dramatic arts. She has been acting and singing from a young age and enjoys dance as well as creative writing and journalism. She is thrilled at the prospect of working as an actress and is incredibly determined, hardworking and ambitious.

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    Maya Kulukundis
  10. Introducing
    Mona Khalili

    Mona is a London born actress. She has recently finished playing the role of Aya in Aya by Madhia Hussain. A prominent member of the National Youth Theatre, Mona was one of the leads in Our Days of Rage, and played the title role of Chloe in Chloe Can by Karla Crome.

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    Mona Khalili
  11. Introducing
    Pamela Lyne

    Pamela Lyne is a very experienced actress having worked extensively in TV, Film & Stage.

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    Pamela Lyne
  12. Introducing
    Shobi McLean

    Shobi studied combined dance and drama at Phil Winstons Theatreworks then continued her training at Renaissance Arts. She has recently finished filming a role for independent feature film 'The Ferryman' and is currently shooting a mini series which will be out next year.

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    Shobi McLean

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