BIOGRAPHIES

Janet Dibley

Janet Dibley first became a household name co-starring with Nicholas Lyndhurst in the much-loved ITV hit series The Two of Us, in which she played Elaine Walker. 

She went on to star as Lorna Cartwright in Eastenders, a role she returned to in 2016; Carol McGarry in four series of Kay Mellor’s Fat Friends; Deborah Johnson in The Chase,again for Kay Mellor;  Chaz Moore in Broadchurch, and more recently Melinda Calvert in Coronation Street and Jenny in Unforgotten. Janet joined the cast of the BBC soap Doctors in 2010 as series regular Dr Elaine Cassidy, a role she played for over two years, and which also saw her writing for the show. 

Other TV work includes: Frankie, Waking the Dead, Where the Heart Is, Sunburn, Law & Order: UK, WPC 56, Midsomer Murders, Heartbeat, The Bill and Band of Gold.

Her most recent theatre work has been the acclaimed tours ofKindertransport, A Murder is Announced, and Women on the Verge of HRT. Other theatre includes: two seasons with Sir Alan Ayckbourn in Scarborough, in which he directed her in his celebrated plays Absent Friends and It Could Be Any One of Us; Sarah in Richard Eyre’s National Theatre Production of Guys and Dolls; June in Bryony Lavery’s play LAST EASTER at Birmingham Rep; and Julie Jordan in Stephen Pimlott’s Carousel at the Manchester Royal Exchange.

In 2016 Janet created and performed the title role in the huge hit UK tour of Jackie the Musical.

Later this year Janet will be appearing as Julienne Forbesin the BBC’s award winning series Shakespeare and Hathaway.

Maggie McCarthy

Maggie McCarthy’s theatre credits include Turn of the Screw (Mercury Theatre & Wolverhampton Grand), Heroine (HighTide Festival and Theatre Clwyd), Silver Lining (English Touring Theatre & Rose Theatre Kingston), We Wait in Joyful Hope (Theatre 503), Juno and the Paycock (Bristol Old Vic & Liverpool Theatres), Private Lives (Chichester Festival Theatre) & Absence of War (Headlong, Rose Theatre, Kingston & Sheffield Theatres). National Theatre credits include Children of the Sun, Cocktail Sticks & Mother Clap's Molly House. Recent television credits include Dancing On The Edge (BBC), Doctors (BBC), Call the Midwife (BBC/Neal Street Productions) and Coronation Street (Granada Television). Film credits include The Little Stranger (Potboiler Productions), Angela’s Ashes (David Brown Production), Attack the Block (Film 4), The History Boys (BBC Films), Calendar Girls (Touchstone Pictures) and Ghost Stories (Warp Films). 

Amy Dunn

Amy's theatre credits include Rupert Street Lonely Hearts Club (Above the Stag), Clickbait (Theatre 503), Chatroom (Arcola/C Nova), Happy (Pleasance Dome), The Vortex (Bridewell Theatre), and The Graduate (Courtyard Theatre). Her television credits include Dickensian, The Tracey Ullman Sketch Show, Doctors and Holby City (all for the BBC). Her radio credits include His Dark Materials (BBC). Amy graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where her credits included The Low Road, The Priory, Angels in America, The Oresteia and Romeo & Juliet.

Elliot Burton

After a short run at the white bear theatre in london performing in "The Empire has fallen", Elliot is excited to be joining the cast of Turn of the Screw. 

After graduating from Rose Bruford in 2015 Elliot has enjoyed an exciting career; touring the UK and Europe performing in a multitude of plays which include: "Silent song" (playtime theatre), "Le Chateau" (Onatti productions), "Hamlet" and "Romeo and Juliet" (The Young Shakespeare company), "False Friends" (Theatre@school, Germany).

Elliot hopes to continue to perform and create theatre that brings excitement and intrigue to audiences across the UK and abroad.

Sally Geake

Sally trained at Cygnet Training theatre, graduating as Spotlight prize nominee in 2013. She recently performed in Macbeth as Witch Two with the Four of Swords theatre company and toured nationally with the Northcott production of The Railway Children – a  Nick Brooke ltd and Exeter Northcott co-production.   Her other credits include Mrs Brain in Beyond my control (Exeter Northcott Theatre), Gwendolyn in The Importance of being Ernest (The New Theatre) and performances with Treeshadow Theatre and Middleweight

Ewan Goddard

Theatre Credits Include: Muddles in Sleeping Beauty (Camberley Theatre); Twig in The Goal (Courtyard Theatre, Hereford); John in Swallows & Amazons (Creation Theatre, Oxford); White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland (Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham); Peter in Peter Pan (Gordon Craig Theatre, Jordan Productions); James in James and the Giant Peach (UK & International Tour); Peter in Peter Pan (Devonshire Park Theatre, Jordan Productions); Nicholas Beckett in What The Butler Saw (UK Tour); Eddie/Bradbury in Sherlock Holmes and the Ripper Murders (UK Tour); Lance in The End of the Affair (UK Tour); Skipper & U/s to Joe McElderry in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Bradford Alhambra Theatre, QDOS); Tristram Watson in Taking Steps (UK Tour); Skipper in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Birmingham Hippodrome, QDOS); U/s and played Michael in Less Than Kind (Yvonne Arnaud and UK Tour); Tony/Kenneth/Michael in The Art of Concealment (Riverside Studios); William Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor (RSC).

Television: Ben Potter in Doctors (BBC).

Commercials: Cadbury’s; Crisis; Holland and Barrett.

Ewan is also a regular voice over artist.

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