WHO'S IN THIS?

You might be wondering who those voices between your ears belong to. We can't answer that question for you, sadly.

But we can tell you who's in the show.


David Arrondelle - Hector David regularly performs for stage, screen and the radio as a core member of triple award winning sketch troupe Casual Violence - he’s been performing as Hector with the group since 2012! With Casual Violence, David has starred on BBC Radio 4 and performed award winning, sell-out run shows at the Soho Theatre, the Lowry, the Leicester Square Theatre, the Vault Festival, and the Edinburgh / Brighton Fringes.

David Arrondelle - Hector

David regularly performs for stage, screen and the radio as a core member of triple award winning sketch troupe Casual Violence - he’s been performing as Hector with the group since 2012! With Casual Violence, David has starred on BBC Radio 4 and performed award winning, sell-out run shows at the Soho Theatre, the Lowry, the Leicester Square Theatre, the Vault Festival, and the Edinburgh / Brighton Fringes.

 
Danielle Winter - Biz Danielle graduated from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2013, and has since worked on shows across the UK, including Before The Fire Burns Out with The Cheltenham Everyman, Civil Rogues with The Pleasance, and Miniaturists at The Arcola Theatre. She has worked with Pentabus in Shropshire on their Young Writers’ Festival, recently played the role of Megan in Red Sky at Night with Pentabus at Latitude, and toured a new adaptation of A Christmas Carol around East Anglia with Spinning Wheel Theatre. She also trained in Krav Maga, so don't cross her.

Danielle Winter - Biz
Danielle graduated from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2013, and has since worked on shows across the UK, including Before The Fire Burns Out with The Cheltenham Everyman, Civil Rogues with The Pleasance, and Miniaturists at The Arcola Theatre. She has worked with Pentabus in Shropshire on their Young Writers’ Festival, recently played the role of Megan in Red Sky at Night with Pentabus at Latitude, and toured a new adaptation of A Christmas Carol around East Anglia with Spinning Wheel Theatre. She also trained in Krav Maga, so don't cross her.

 
 
Richard Soames - George Richard Soames is an actor, writer, comedian and improviser. He is one quarter of Chortle-Award nominated sketch group The Beta Males and in 2015 took his debut solo show to The Edinburgh Festival, where  he also co-wrote and performed in The Foster’s Best Newcomer Award Nominated show The Story Beast. Richard improvises regularly with Monkey Toast UK and has guested with Grand Theft Impro and Austentatious. He is currently developing new solo material and projects for radio and television.

Richard Soames - George

Richard Soames is an actor, writer, comedian and improviser. He is one quarter of Chortle-Award nominated sketch group The Beta Males and in 2015 took his debut solo show to The Edinburgh Festival, where  he also co-wrote and performed in The Foster’s Best Newcomer Award Nominated show The Story Beast. Richard improvises regularly with Monkey Toast UK and has guested with Grand Theft Impro and Austentatious. He is currently developing new solo material and projects for radio and television.

 
Charles Booth - Phil After a stint with the Oxford Revue and two years studying improv and sketch comedy at The Second City in Toronto, Charles Booth started doing character comedy in 2013, being tipped by Time Out as "One To Watch".  Last year he filmed a scene opposite Charlotte Rampling in the Oscar-nominated film 45 Years... but it got cut. #actorshavefeelingstoo  

Charles Booth - Phil

After a stint with the Oxford Revue and two years studying improv and sketch comedy at The Second City in Toronto, Charles Booth started doing character comedy in 2013, being tipped by Time Out as "One To Watch".  Last year he filmed a scene opposite Charlotte Rampling in the Oscar-nominated film 45 Years... but it got cut. #actorshavefeelingstoo

 

 
Max Olesker - Richard Snark Max Olesker writes and performs around the world as one half of comedy duo Max & Ivan as well as appearing in BBC comedy shows such as W1A. He is a co-founder of improv school The Free Association, and his writing can be found in magazines for the remaining six months print media continues to exist.

Max Olesker - Richard Snark

Max Olesker writes and performs around the world as one half of comedy duo Max & Ivan as well as appearing in BBC comedy shows such as W1A. He is a co-founder of improv school The Free Association, and his writing can be found in magazines for the remaining six months print media continues to exist.

Beth Eyre - Mayor Pinch Beth trained at Drama Studio London. She is best known as the voice of Antigone Funn in Wooden Overcoats. She also regularly lends voices to Wireless Theatre audio productions as well as the odd one for Audible and BBC Radio 4. Recent credits include The Alchemist - Rose Bankside and The Awkward Ghost - Vault Festival.

Beth Eyre - Mayor Pinch

Beth trained at Drama Studio London. She is best known as the voice of Antigone Funn in Wooden Overcoats. She also regularly lends voices to Wireless Theatre audio productions as well as the odd one for Audible and BBC Radio 4. Recent credits include The Alchemist - Rose Bankside and The Awkward Ghost - Vault Festival.

James Hamilton - Various James plays a few cameo roles in every episode of the series, like a shit version of Alfred Hitchcock (Alfred Shitchcock?). As he’s a regular performer for stage, screen and radio with Casual Violence, just read Dave's bio again but swap the names. James also toured his sell-out debut solo show “James Hamilton Is So Lonely” in 2015 & 2016. 

James Hamilton - Various

James plays a few cameo roles in every episode of the series, like a shit version of Alfred Hitchcock (Alfred Shitchcock?). As he’s a regular performer for stage, screen and radio with Casual Violence, just read Dave's bio again but swap the names. James also toured his sell-out debut solo show “James Hamilton Is So Lonely” in 2015 & 2016. 

Photography by Lars Thornhill