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The Cast

Ciaran Duce

Ciaran graduated from the Birmingham Theatre School last July, where he played a range of characters and was awarded the highest certified mark.  Since leaving Ciaran has coordinated a successful national tour of Macbeth‘ for the theatre company Shakespeare In Education in which he played First Witch and Malcolm. Ciaran was keen to get involved with the Capital Theatre Festival as he enjoyed working with new writers on the performance of Love! Sex! Confusion! at the Blue Orange Theatre last month.  Ciaran will also be performing a new piece of writing in July with the National Youth Theatre.

 Duane Hannibal

Duane is a experienced actor who has done a wide range of work in his career. He has a strong passion for new writing and is very happy to be involved in the Capital festival this year working with these exciting, up and coming new writers.



Greg Hobbs
Details to follow.

Justine Marriott
Justine is an actress, facilitator and creative project manager.  She has worked in theatre, television, film and corporate production for nearly twenty years and combined this with varied work in education, drama based training and event management.  She has worked for a wide range of companies, large and small, and managed Works Well Productions theatre company for ten years.  She has a BA (Hons) in Drama, Theatre and TV Studies from Winchester University, a Postgraduate Diploma from East 15 Acting School and a CIPD Certificate in Learning & Development Practice. She is currently Director of Performer UK.

 Deborah Tracey

Deborah trained at Birmingham School of Acting where she represented the school in the BBC Carleton Hobbs award, receiving a commendation for an outstanding duologue.  She has enjoyed diverse roles in television, theatre and voiceover, including writing, performing and co-producing her own one-woman comedy, Death of a Beauty Saleswoman. She is also well known to younger viewersas “Windy” Wendy Weathervane from CBBC’s Fee Fi Fo…Yum!   As well as acting, Deborah is also an accomplished singer, currently developing a cabaret show based on the music of African-American artists of the 1940s.

Becky Wright
Becky trained at Bristol University and Mountview. Theatre work includes includes: ‘Writer’s BLOC’ (Bike Shed Theatre) ‘Twist and Turn’ (Scene & Heard), Hansel & Gretel – A Cat’s Tale’ (Croydon Clocktower),  ’The Fibonacci Project’ (Hampstead Theatre), ‘The Position’ (joinedupwriters), Kate in ‘Taming of the Shrew’ (Original Theatre – National tour), ‘Big Maggie’ (INDA),’The Witches’ (ATG) at Wyndhams Theatre, ‘Honolulu’ (Nominated for the Amnesty International Theatre Award), ‘Charlatan’, ‘The Powder Jars’ and ‘The Aquatic Ape’ (Host Universal, 5065 Lift at The Pleasance),’The Cavalcaders’ (Tricycle & Tour). Radio work includes: ‘Nic Grundy’ in ‘The Archers’ & ‘Ambridge Extra’ (BBC Radio 4), ‘Children of Witchwood’ (BBC 7), ’A Twist in the Tale’ (BBC AM Festival)  ’Kindertransport’ (Listening Books), numerous narrations for Peopletalk Radio, Short Story Radio, Strathmore Publishing and the RNIB. She also works extensively as a voice artist for BBC 2, BBC Radio 1, MTV, Showtime and Warner Bros amongst others. 









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