Simon trained at East 15, graduating in 2010. Theatre credits include: Ross in Macbeth (OSO, Barnes) Claudius in Hamlet (BAC/East 15) The Mayor in The Dragon (BAC/East 15)Yepihodov in The Cherry Orchard (East 15) and Derek Bentley in Let Them Have It, which opened at the Corbett Theatre: East 15 and transferred to the London Fringe.
TV includes: Darren in four episodes of Wannabes (BBC), Dubplate Drama (Ch4).
Film: Claudio in Measure For Measure (Lucky Strike Productions/Pinnacle Vision), The Magic Flute (Idéale Audience/Celluloid Dreams) directed by Kenneth Branagh, Goodnight Mr Smith (Nightpiece Media) and Philip Pullman's The Butterfly Tattoo (Dynamic Entertainment/Cinema Epoch) which had a recent US and UK cinematic release.
Miriam trained at the Bridge. Theatre credits includes: The Beheaded Lover (The Shunt Vaults); Paul McCartney is Dead (Camden People’s Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (St Andrew’s Crypt); Come and Go (The Old Cholmley’s Boys Club); Daisy Pulls it Off (The Cockpit); The Winter’s Tale (The Cockpit) In March this year, she completed a six month tour with Traffic of The Stage Theatre Company, playing multiple roles including: Katherina (Taming of The Shrew); Juliet (Romeo and Juliet); Lady Anne (Richard III); Cecily (The Importance of Being Earnest); Scapin (That Scoundrel Scapin) and Lucy Lockit (The Beggar’s Opera).
Aidan Creegan graduated from East 15 in 2009 completing an MA in Acting for Film, TV & Radio. Film credits include Orange Out (UCA); A Dark Light to Follow (RHUL); Duck (Martin Gooch); The Right Road (ITV Fixers) and Brick City (Cyrus Clark Productions). He has worked on radio play The Sea with David Blount. Stage credits include Their Very Own and Golden City and The Dearly Beloved (both by John Gillett at East 15) and The Darkness (Theatre Collection).
Originally from Inverness, Scotland. Trained at the Dance School Of Scotland, Glasgow and Mountview Academy Of Theatre Arts where she graduated in 2010 with a BA(Hons) in Performing Arts . Whilst in training she was lucky enough to play the fiery roles of Anita in “West Side Story” (The Albany Theatre) and Sheila Bryant in “A Chorus Line” (BAC) She was the first woman to recite the poem “Address To A Haggis” in the Lord Provost of Glasgow’s world famous Burns suppers. This is Inez’s first foray into professional theatre since graduating and is very excited to be a part of "Citiest of Cities".