Vera Chok is a writer, improviser and performance maker. She trained at The Poor School and Ecole Philippe Gaulier.
Stage credits include: The Hard Problem,The World of Extreme Happiness, Mind The Gap (National Theatre, London); The Winter’s Tale, Harlequinade (Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company, West End); Chimerica (Headlong/Almeida/West End),Twelfth Night (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), The Little Prince (Omnibus Theatre) and The Paper Man (Improbable, EU tour).
Screen includes: Cobra (Sky), Foreign Skies (Channel 4), Fortitude (Amazon Studios), Collateral (BBC), Christopher Robin (Disney), The Mummy (Universal Studios), Chewing Gum (E4), Coronation Street (ITV), The Riot Club (Film4) and Panic (White Night Films).
Following years of training in dance and choreography, Leda took a hiatus in Spain where she fell into acting. She then went on to graduate from the Oxford School of Drama in 2018 and since has been in numerous productions, including: Shudder at the Soho theatre, the one woman show Nuclear Future which toured the UK, and The Time Machine with Creation Theatre. Her film credits include the short films: Housekeeping, I AM…, Woman to Woman; and two TV commercials.
THEATRE INCLUDES: The Winter’s Tale, King Lear, I’ll Be the Devil, All’s Well That Ends Well (RSC) The Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew, We the People (Shakespeare’s Globe) Mother Courage and her Children (Headlong/Royal Exchange) The Country Girls (Chichester) War Horse (National Theatre) Twelfth Night (Sheffield Crucible) A Handful of Stars (Trafalgar Studios) Dancing at Lughnasa (Royal & Derngate) Melmoth the Wanderer (Big Telly) Truth & Reconciliation (Royal Court) Merry Christmas Betty Ford (Lyric).
TELEVISION INCLUDES: Invisible, Victoria, Officially Special, Titanic, River City, The Message, Locked Up Abroad, Ultimate Force.
FILM INCLUDES: Jimmy’s Hall, Downhill.
Derry born actor and writer Nicky Harley is a graduate of Drama from University of Ulster. She is a regular on UK and irish stages and has a particular passion for new works. Over the years Nicky has trained under practitioners including Philippe Gaulier, Mooky Cornish, John Wright and Fiona Shaw and has herself facilitated actors performance development most recently with Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. This is Nicky’s third production on Zoom. Previous shows have included: Operation Elsewhere (Big Telly Theatre Co. & Creation Theatre) and The Machine Stops (Big Telly Theatre Co.)
TV and Film credits include: Game of Thrones (HBO), Day 351 ( Mc Stravick)
Dharmesh Patel trained at Hope Street physical theatre school. His theatre credits include: RSC: Julius Caesar (Decius Brutus & Messala), Anthony and Cleopatra (Philo & Ventidius), Titus Andronicus (Bassianus), King Lear (Edgar/ Cornwall) Hamlet (Hamlet), Comedy of Errors (Angelo), As You Like It (Lord Amiens), Romeo and Juliet (Gregory), American Trade (Ragiv), The Grain Store (Onisko), Morte Arthur (Lucifer/Agravain).
The Globe Theatre includes: The Captive Queen (Morad), Loves Labours Lost (Berowne/ Globe Theatre), Two Gentlemen of Verona (Proteus), Cymbeline (Soothsayer), The Tempest (Ferdinand), Two Gentlemen of Verona (Proteus)
Tom Richardson trained at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.
Theatre includes: The Prince & The Pauper (New Vic Theatre), Lady Chatterley’s Lover (Churchill Theatre Bromley & UK tour), Twelfth Night, The Merry Wives of Windsor (Guildford Shakespeare Company), Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Storyhouse, Chester); Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense, Sense & Sensibility, Single Spies, Dial ‘M’ For Murder, Watch It Sailor!, The Rivals (Theatre by the Lake, Keswick); Elton John’s Glasses (Watford Palace Theatre); A Christmas Carol, Snow White and Other Tales from The Brothers Grimm, Treasure Island, The Wind in The Willows (Creation Theatre); The Merry Wives of Windsor, Romeo & Juliet, The Wind in The Willows, Macbeth and The Comedy of Errors (Chester Performs); Twelfth Night: A Gender Experiment (The Rose Playhouse); The White Carnation (The Finborough/Jermyn Street Theatre); Roots (Nottingham Playhouse/Hull Truck/New Vic); The Winter’s Tale, The Rivals, The Grapes of Wrath, Arsenic and Old Lace (all for The Mercury Theatre Colchester’s acting company), The Mousetrap (Asia Tour and West End); Dad’s Army: The Lost Episodes and Dad’s Army Marches On (UK No. 1 Tours)
For Creation: Christmas Carol, Swallows and Amazons, Peter Pan, The Snow Queen
Other credits include: Orlando: A Biographic Continuum (Event Horizon Theatre Co.), Northanger Abbey (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds & UK Tour), NewsRevue (Canal Cafe Theatre), Alls Well That Ends Well (Changeling Theatre), She Stoops to Conquer (Changeling Theatre), Sam Wanamaker Festival ‘16 (Shakespeare’s Globe)