Myles Delahunty is Lane

Myles is an actor and artist and is based in London. He has always held a deep love and admiration for theatre and film, and vivid interest for the art of acting, and the actors process.

Over the years Myles has acted in numerous theatre company plays in which i have attained large roles, i have also had formal training at Guildhall School of Music And Drama as a part of 'Junior Guildhall' and attended weekend classes at Sylvia Young Theatre School.

Previous roles have included Stanley Stubbers in "One Man, Two Guvnors", Major Despard in "Cards on the Table", Renton in "Trainspotting", Gregor Samsa in "Metamorphosis", Anton Schill in "The Visit" and Betty in "Cloud 9"

We're delighted to welcome Myles to this production and to the Proforca family. 

Alasdair Melrose is Dr. Chasuble

Alasdair trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, completing his Masters in Music Theatre in 2016. He has performed Florizel at the Minack Theatre in The Winter’s Tale and with Lazarus Theatre Company in The Beggar’s Opera. He has also played Fred Anderson at the LOST theatre in A Christmas Carol. Recent short films include Potty The Plant and The Last Man. Alasdair is a co-founder of Bigger Fish Theatre.

We've wanted to work with Alasdair for ages and we're delighted to welcome him to the cast of Earnest for a special guest appearance. 

Twitter: @AlasdairMelrose

Emma Dodwell Groves is Miss Prism

Emma is an interculturalist and musical theatre lover originally from Hong Kong who moved to London in 2016. Having sunk her teeth into a range of amateur and semi-professional dramatics over the years, she has played Nancy in Oliver, the wardrobe in Beauty and the Beast, Chiffon in Little Shop of Horrors and has sung in a wide range of musical revues.

She’s also done her fair share of non musical amateur theatre, including Eliza in Pygmalion and Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dreams (with bits in Chinese!). 

For Proforca Theatre Company, Emma previously played the role of "Chesty Prospects" in "Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens" and we are delighted to welcome her back to the company (hopefully this time with a lot less plastic bubble wrap!) 

Twitter: @EmmaTwoNames

Erin Olivia Read is Cecily Cardew

Erin moved to London to pursue a career in acting and to begin studying drama at Queen Mary University of London. Roles include the short films 'Unforgettable', 'Performance' and ‘Extra Time’ (2015) the latter of which has recently become an award winning film. 

Her passion for music, singing and dancing has led her to explore every part of the theatre.  In 2015, she was the Assistant Musical Director for ‘The King and I’ (The Riverhead Theatre) and ‘Oliver’ (The Embassy Theatre) and she assisted with the singing coaching and acted in productions of ‘Fame’ and ‘Footloose’ (2011 & 2012 respectively) at The Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent.

For Proforca Theatre Company, Erin was Musical Director / Assistant Director for "Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens" (Nov 2016) and Producer for the workshop production of "Feel" (2017)

We're delighted to welcome our very own "Triple Threat" to her  first acting role with Proforca Theatre Company. 

Twitter: @eoread7

Harriet Lambert is Gwendolen Fairfax

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’.

Harriet is a founding member of Proforca Theatre Company, and originated the role of "Camilla" in "If I Go"  (May 2016) and the role of "Naomi" in Proforca's workshop production of "Feel" (2017). Other Roles include Choreographer / Assistant Director for "Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens" (Nov 2016).

When she’s not writing/performing her own work, or performing in others’ work, she is also currently training part time as an Osteopath. 

Twitter: @ProforcaHarriet

Ross Kernahan is Algernon Montcrieff

Ross is a London born and bred dramatist, actor, producer, sound designer and writer. He graduated in 2015 from the University of Sussex, after completing a foundation course in Music and Computer Science and went on to complete a BA in English Literature. At University Ross returned to performance and by the end of his degree had performed in several film/theatre/commercial productions, had devised, designed, wrote and directed several of his own productions and installations, performed at the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe and become producer at the company Fight or Flight Productions where he remains today.

Having relocated to London the company's latest production, "Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons" has been very well received well in it's new home and opened to 5 star reviews at the Brighton Fringe. 

Having graduated Ross pursued acting full-time playing a variety of TV/Film and theatrical roles including: 
Theatre: Othello (Touring - UK); Boys (Stockwell PH); 
Film: Justice League, Hey Joe, The Loft. 
TV: Will, Life Outside the Frame, and various commercial work.

For Proforca Theatre Company, Ross played the role of "Sammy Sax" in "Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens" (November 2016) and we are delighted to welcome him to his second role with the company

Twitter: @RossKernahan

Auditions - Upcoming Production

Role Requirement

Established just over a year, we are a young and dynamic non-professional theatre company looking for a male actor (playing age 25-32) who is interested in joining the company for an exciting staging of a classic Oscar Wilde production in September of this year. 

This is a main speaking part in the show, which will be performed in a new staging as a mixture of staged reading and performance. The other parts have been cast so this role will round out our team of actors for this production. The show will be performed at a central London fringe theatre with the potential to travel to fringe festivals and other venues later in the year. 

Limited auditions will take place soon, and more information will be given to actors who are shortlist. We are highly active on social media as well as with other companies and groups in London. 

Our previous work has included the show "If I Go" (written for us) and the fringe musical "Saucy Jack & the Space Vixens" - both of which were performed in 2016.

The successful applicant will have had fringe theatre experience and have great comic timing and delivery, as well as having the ability to deliver complex line delivery with ease. It's likely to be a great challenge for anyone who might be interested, as well as the opportunity to work with a brilliant production team and cast who really enjoy spending time together socially as well as enjoying a supportive network of friends and peers. A sense of humour is a must as the cast have all worked well together and have a good working relationship, and so you'll be joining a great group of friends as well as peers who work very well together. 

More information about the work will be provided on application. On applying, please detail any previous fringe theatre experience and tell us why you would be interested in being considered.

Rehearsal / production dates

Rehearsals will be 2 - 3 weekends in the run up to the production. (16/17 23/24 September)
The production is planned to be 5 performances at the end of September. 

To Apply

Auditions will be in early July, and audition notices are currently active at the below links:


Alternatively, you can email us your acting resume and a headshot to our email address hello[at]  Good Luck!