Julian trained at LAMDA, and since graduating was one of the original members of Dalmatian Theatre Company, who have been performing critically acclaimed modern adaptations of Shakespeare for two years. Other credits include pilot series, Davros - The Teenage Years, and short film Outlaws to In-Laws.Julian is delighted to be joining Lidless Theatre for its first show.
Jim Caesar-Goddard is a musician and actor who has been a member of National Youth Theatre since 2011. Concentrating mainly on music he has been played on Radio 1 and had his self directed videos featured in publications such as Fader and Vice. Using his love and passion for the dramatic arts to visualise his sonic output he's become an Astronaught, an 8 bit Indiana Jones and an alcoholic drag queen. He is keen to reconnect with his thespian roots through working on Lidless Theatre's debut production.
Josh graduated from Arts Educational School London in 2015. He recently worked on a production of 'The Winter's Tale' by William Shakespeare, directed by Glenn Neath. Josh is extremely excited to be a part of Lidless Theatre, and is looking forward to creating bold and brave theatre.
Ben graduated from the Drama Centre on the BA course. He has since been working, predominantly in the theatre, most notably in a national tour of 'A View from the Bridge', dir. by Stephen Unwin. He has most recently appeared in the lead role of a sell out run of 'The Soul of Wittgenstein' at the Kings Head Theatre, for which he received 5 star reviews. Ben has also competed in 3 Monologue Slams, performing self penned pieces, one of which has been selected to be made into a short film, which he is shooting next month. He is represented by Carol Spencer at Brynmoor Associates.
After training at LAMDA, Bebe has performed in several productions with Dalmatian Theatre Company, playing Borachio and Friar Francis in 'Much Ado About Nothing,' Laurain 'Chatroom' at the White Bear Theatre and Puck in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.' She is a member of the National Youth Theatre and has recently founded Exploding Whale Theatre, writing and starring as Billie in their debut show 'Heroes' which debuted at Katzpace and has since gone on to sell out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Bridge House SE20.
Born in Bulgaria, graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and film Arts (NATFA) in Sofia (2009 - 2014). BA degree in Physical Theatre.
Graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (MA Acting for Screen) in 2015.
Radina recently finished filming the World War 2 short film 'Pitfall' which won the 'Best of Fest' award at the Isle of Man Film Festival. You can also see Radina in the short film 'Dawn of the Deaf' which was in over 100 Film Festivals worldwide, including Sundance Film Festival.
Speaks Bulgarian, English and French and is also a professional singer (trained in Pop and Jazz singing in Bulgaria).
Paulina, during her A-Levels at Hurtwood House, performed in several theatre productions such as Varya in 'The cherry orchard', Yang Sun in 'The good person of Sichuan' and 'Common', a play that had been devised by her and her fellow class members. Since graduating, she has travelled and worked in Morocco and now lives in London to pursue her passion for acting. Recently she played Snug in 'A Midsummer Nights Dream' produced by Dalmatian Theatre.
Acushla-Tara Kupe - Myra
Acushla-Tara Kupe has recently relocated to London after working professionally on stage and screen in New Zealand for the past 5 years. Her most notable credits in NZ include Catherine in A View from the Bridge, Annie Tupua in Kings of the Gym, Ilse in Spring Awakening, and Nancy in the indigenous sic-fi 2080. Since arriving and signing with Q Management, Kupe has appeared in Closer by Patrick Marber, filmed an episode for the new CBBC show Creeped Out, and recently performed as Benvolio in Mayhem Theatre’s Romeo & Juliet, ''a full-blooded account of the role by an actor who drew the eye whenever she was on stage ... performance of the evening’.
Charlotte has worked as an actor for ten years and is best known for her work in Broadchurch (ITV). Other credits include Three Winters(The National Theatre), Jumpy (Theatre Clwyd), Death in Paradise (BBC), Balcony (Clipside Films) and Waterloo Road (BBC). Charlotte will be joining Lidless Theatre to perform as Bryon in Bebe Sanders' new play Pebbles, Premiering in October.
Alex trained at the Drama Centre in 2011, Identity School of Acting in 2015, and at Room One with James Kemp in 2016. In between training Alex has been involved professionally in both screen and stage, with recognition coming through the 2015 BIFA nominated short film 'Crack' directed by Peter King. Alex is currently writing a set of radio monologues and dramas for podium.me in association with Theatre 503, and a feature film, with plans to start shooting as soon as 2017.
Bebe graduated The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2013.
Selcected Theatre credits include: Twelfth Night at The Orange Tree, 3 Winters at The National Theatre, International Tour of The Bunker Trilogy for Jethro Compton, The Frontier Trilogy at Rabenhov Theatre Vienna, Underground at 59E59 Theatres NYC.TV and Film: The Best of Men - BBC, El Fuego - short film for Jethro Compton, Music Video for Neck Deep.
Bebe wrote and will appear in 'PEBBLES' at The Katz in October
James Downie - Matthew
James graduated from the 3 year Acting course at LAMDA in 2015. Since then, he has appeared on screen playing the lead in 'Shamas' and the award winning short film 'Pawns', both scheduled for release at the end of this year.
Peter is a member of the National Youth Theatre and has recently worked on 'Classic Car Boot' directed by Alice Knight. His other credits include Jaime in 'Sheffield Mysteries' at The Crucible Theatre directed by Daniel Evans and Charlie in a London run of Troika Theatre Company’s production 'Sad Girls'. He has also featured in the BBC’s 'Father Brown' series.
Laura trained on the LAMDA Foundation, and whilst there, played various roles, including Masha in 'Three Sisters' and Lily in 'Punk Rock'. Since finishing LAMDA, Laura has starred as Nikki in 'Davros - The Teenage Years' and played Peter Quince in Dalmatian Theatre's production of a 'Midsummer Night's Dream'. She is also playing Miley in Troika Theatre Company's 'Sad Girls' later this month.
Lily Smith graduated from Guildford School of Acting in 2015 from the BA Hons Acting course. Lily has recently appeared in feature film 'Our Little Haven' and is currently filming as the lead in WWII feature film 'Sarah's War', both scheduled for release in 2017.