Flannan Hassett last took to the stage in an original production of "Endurance: Through their eyes" at the Tristan Bates Theatre. After completing his training at RaAW School Theatre and Film in 2015 he enjoyed a run of on screen roles but the stage is where he belongs. Having treaded the boards at The Tricycle Theatre, The Park Theatre and Camden Community Theatre along with several Pantomime runs he is ecstatic to be taking to the stage once again as Matt in "If I Go". Flannan is also a huge fan of Shakespeare's classical work and looks forward to one day playing a lead in any one of his plays.
Catrin Keeler trained at The Academy Drama School London and has attended The Central School of Speech & Drama. Previous roles include Carol in Shakers, Justine Ross in Harper Regan, Pogo in Pond Life and has toured as Jack in a musical version of Jack and The Beanstalk. Catrin is an experienced voice over artist with a catalogue of work including continuity announcing, corporate and radio work as well as narration and voicing audio books. She has also had lead roles in various short films and corporate works. Catrin’s dream role would be behind the bar in Coronation Street or in anything directed by Shane Meadows. (Even if it was an advert for toilet cleaner!)
After performing as Simon Bliss in "Hay Fever" at the Peoples Theatre in Newcastle, Daniel moved to London to pursue a career in acting. Since moving to London in July 2015, Daniel has worked on several short films in leading roles while training with City Academy. Daniel will shortly be making his London Theatre debut with Proforҫa. He is a qualified gymnastics coach with an active background in the sport. He has a passion for music and is a competent drummer...he also once solved a Rubik’s Cube in 45 seconds.
Paris started as a Berkovian actor, with numerous credits such as East and Brighton Beach Scumbags. His career 'highlight' was Samuel Beckett's Waiting For Godot several years ago, a play he wants to revisit in his latter years. Recent credits include Pinter's Betrayal and A Midsummer Nights Dream.
Paris is currently working with Dramatize Co, (www.dramatize.co.uk) - a company which aims to break barriers within mainstream theatre, making theatre accessible for all body types. They hope to tour in 2016
Originally born in India, and been brought up in New Zealand, Roshni has now settled in the UK. She has decided to pursue her passion and aims to become a working actress. Having been involved in a series of short films and most recently a pilot TV show 'Here I Come' She is truly thrilled to be part of this production, and we are delighted to welcome her to the cast.
Christine Walters is a Performance Artist and Artistic Director of LiveArt.London. (www.liveart.london) She and her creative posse have put on themed Performance Painting events with LIVE DJ’s, costume, photography and video. She has performed in NYC, Tokyo, Washington, DC, Amsterdam and London for these events. Christine has also performed in several off Broadway productions in New York City and been a supporting actress to major Hollywood Films in NY & London. In addition to Christine’s creative life she served a successful 13 years in several Corporate Leadership positions for a major global company in the United States. It was Corporate America that helped her discover her love for bourbon.
Harriet is a performance artist, dancer and actress based in London. Originally training in Contemporary Dance, Harriet later completed a MA in Performance and Visual Practices at the University of Brighton. Her work has been performed throughout London, Brighton and Munich, most recently at Brighton Fringe 2015, with her own one woman show ‘CETBC’.
When she’s not writing/performing her own work, or performing in others’ work, she is also currently training part time as an Osteopath. Harriet is delighted to join the cast of ‘If I Go’ as ‘CAMILLA’.
Ian was born and raised in Wales before attending Edge Hill University in Liverpool, to study Media, Film and Television. By day Ian works as a Media Manager and Picture Editor for BBC News, in his spare time he makes short films and music videos, one of which featured in the Hong Kong International Film Festival. Ian enjoys all forms of artistic performance/ production on and off stage and wants to be involved in as many areas as possible – that’s when he’s not spending the rest of his time getting emotional to Tori Amos music.