Television includes: The Bill; Beddoes in Poirot; Von Schumberg in Genghis Cohen; as well as appearing as a regular presenter on the BBC’s Playschool.Ben is a co-founder of Off the Page Theatre Company, where he directed Henry Fielding’s Tom Thumb; Sylvia Plath’s Three Women; and Lewis’s The Bells.Most recently, Ricky has appeared in Essence of Ireland (UK Tour) and took the role of Dance Captain and Company Manager for the German Tour of Night of the Dance.
Recent credits include: Helen Furnival in The Seed (Goat & Monkey); Tigerlilly in Peter Pan (London Touring Theatre); Martine in DNA (The Cockpit); Lucy in Do Us Part (Hampstead Theatre); Mummar Anne in Goat & Monkey’s A Little Neck (Hampton Court Palace); and Kid in First Time Voters (The Bush Theatre).
Natalie graduated with Distinction from the Guildford School of Acting earlier this year where she was also awarded the MA Musical Theatre cup.
Commercials include: The Walking Dead (FX Channel); ‘Pretty Green’, Liam Gallagher.
For further information go to Ben started his professional career with the Pip Simmons Theatre Group working on a number of productions including Do It!
(Haymarket); Yonadab (National Theatre); and Jeff in the revival of Absurd Person Singular, directed by Alan Ayckbourn (Whitehall Theatre).
Ben spent three years in the English Shakespeare Company in The Wars of the Roses – Shakespeare’s history plays – on a worldwide tour and at the Old Vic.She was thrilled to play leading roles in both final year productions as Golde in Fiddler on The Roof and Miss Mona in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.Since moving to London, Natalie has taken on roles such as Princess Maria in Call Me Madam and Deborah Pullman in The Fix (The Union Theatre); and ensemble in the Lost Musicals production of Flahooley (Lillian Baylis Studio Theatre, Sadler’s Wells).Sara trained at Laine Theatre Arts, gaining a National Diploma in Dance and Musical Theatre.Productions whilst training include Mrs Lyons in Blood Brothers directed by Nic Greenshields.Ben recently performed his one man play, written in conjunction with Patti Holloway, John Clare – Reflections from the Madhouse (Etcetera Theatre in Camden Town) and is looking forward to presenting it in venues around Britain.