Cast & Creative - Cast
Stewart Wright (Perks)
Stewart’s television credits include: Love and Marriage (ITV), Doc Martin (ITV), Dr Who, (BBC), The Vicar of Dibley (BBC), Black Books (Channel 4) and People Like Us (BBC). Stewart performed as the Dame in Dick Whittington and his Cat (Lyric Theatre). His other theatre credits include Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bristol Old Vic), Swallows and Amazons (National/West End/Bristol Old Vic), Neville’s Island (Birmingham Rep), The Madness of George III (West Yorkshire Playhouse), All My Sons (National Theatre). Film credits include Nativity 3, Incendiary, Bridget Jones, Out of Here, World of Wrestling, A Good Year, and Ali G Inda House.
Joy Brook (Mother)
Joy's theatre credits include The Wind in the Willows (Rose Theatre, Kingston) The Pitman Painters (West End), A Dangerous Corner, A Murder Is Announced and Confusions (Theatre Royal Windsor), Dial M for Murder, The Holly and The Ivy, Four Knights in Knaresborough (UK tour), Pool Death (Salisbury Playhouse) and Time and the Room (Gate Theatre). For television her credits include Peak Practice (series regular Joanne Pearson), Thin Blue Line, Band of Gold, Dalziel and Pascoe, The Government Inspector, The Lavender List, Free Agents, Hotel Babylon and MI High.
Millie Turner (Roberta)
Millie’s theatre credits include several shows with The Dundee Rep Theatre, including The Glass Menagerie, James and the Giant Peach, Blood Wedding and Great Expectations. She also appeared in 1001 Nights at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
Andrea Davy (Mrs Perks)
Andrea’s theatre credits include Treasure Island (Birmingham Rep); All My Sons (Manchester Royal Exchange & UK Tour); Mini Momentum Festival (Lakeside Arts Centre); Moving Out:The Reporter (Sandfield Theatre); Mmapula (South Africa State Theatre); The Railway Children (Nottingham Playhouse); Cinderella (Polka Theatre Company); Death of a Salesman (Leicester Haymarket; Passionate Women (Derby Playhouse); Peacemaker (Roundabout Theatre Company); Rumpelstiltskin (Nottingham Playhouse); The Lizzie Play (Arts Threshold Theatre Company). Her television credits include Lawless (FOX) Coronation Street (Granada Television), Emmerdale (ITV), Barbara (ITV), Doctors (BBC), and Kiss Me Kate (BBC)
Katherine Carlton (Phyllis)
Katherine’s theatre credits include Much Ado About Nothing (The Old Vic), Followers (Southwark Playhouse) Grandad, Me and Teddy Too (Polka Theatre) The Lone Pine Club (Pentabus), All That Lives (Oval House) Inkheart (Home MCR) and Peter Pan Goes Wrong (West End).
Neil Savage (Old Gentleman)
Neil’s theatre credits include The Crucible (The Old Vic), Fiddler on the Roof (National Tour) ; The Mousetrap, The Crucible (Theatre Royal York); The Canterbury Tales (Northern Broadsides) Animal Farm (Peter Hall Company) The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (West Yorkshire Playhouse/ Birmingham Rep); A Christmas Carol (Derby Playhouse); Peer Gynt, Gulliver’s Travels, The Ubu Plays (National); The Bright and Bold Design, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, The Mikado, The Pirates of Penzance, Hobson’s Choice, The Threepenny Opera (New Vic); How the Other Half Loves (Oldham Coliseum); Punishment Without Revenge, The Triumph of Love (A.T.C.); Who Goes There, Don’t Look Back (Dreamthinkspeak), The Rocky Horror Show, Taking Steps and La Cage Aux Folles (English Theater, Frankfurt). His television credits include Casualty, Doctor Faustus, Joseph’s Troubles, The Last Days of Anne Boleyn , Westbeach, (BBC.) Diana’s Legacy, Mapp and Lucia The Bill, Staying Alive (ITV) Queen Victoria’s Men, Bare Knuckle Boxer (Channel 4)
Vinay Lad (Peter)
Vinay is about to graduate from the MA Acting Programme at ArtsEd (The Arts Educational Schools, London). Roles whilst at drama school include Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night, Giovanni in Low Pay? Don't Pay! John in Cock and Gayev in The Cherry Orchard. Recently Vinay appeared in The Neath at The Vaults. The Railway Children marks Vinay's professional debut.
Callum Goulden (John)
Callum has just finished filming the big screen adaptation of Ghost Stories (Warp Films). His theatre credits include Lord of the Flies and The Wardrobe (both Lowry Young Actors).
Andrew Joshi (Doctor / Father)
Andrew is originally from a Leicester, and trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Theatre credits include: MR I Y Yunioshi in 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' (Curve/Uk Tour and Royal Haymarket), Bapu in 'Shiv' (Curve Leicester), Frank in 'Dorothy' (Bunker Theatre), Hassan in 'The Letter' (U.K. tour and The Wyndhams Theatre), Iffie in 'The Excavation' (Tristan Bates Theatre), Tobias in 'Sweeney Todd' (CSSD) and Boo in 'Beyond Midnight' (U.K. Tour).
Film credits include: Reiss Guard in 'Tomb Raider II - The Cradle of Life' (Paramount Pictures), Shawn in 'Capricious' (Carpolity Pictures), Grosvenor in 'The Big Lie' (Top Dog Pictures) and Kohl in 'The Fort' (Sawscale Productions).
Will Richards (Szczepanksy / Jim)
Will’s theatre credits include Orchid (Etcetera Theatre/Camden Fringe), Bites & Scratches - High Windows (Fine Mess Theatre), Romeo & Juliet (Lord Chamberlain's Men), Ghost Hunt (Clever Basket). His television credits include Outlander (Starz), Holby City (BBC), Endeavour (ITV).