We’re very pleased to welcome Hannah Timms to the CCM team.
Hannah trained at Mountview, and is currently appearing as Molly in Roses and Castles at New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth. Later this year She’ll be reprising her role of Flora in Cecily O’Neill’s adaptation of Venus and Adonis.
We’re very excited to announce that Michael Esswood has a leading role in the Eavesdrop Films feature-film,’The Northern Paradigm‘ which has a distribution deal being sought by sales agents Adler&Associates
Lucy Aley-Parker is viral! Lucy was thrilled to play the role of the Interviewer for Momondo’s DNA commercial online for global their travel search site. The ad has been viewed by over 130 million people worldwide! Have a look here.
Ayesha is currently playing the role of Dambisa in With You Always at The Old Firestation, Oxford.
Ayesha can also be heard narrating the award winning Global Health Media Project with Yoni Goodman, Red Cross (IFRC) and UNICEF here.
GUIDO GARCIA LUECHES
We’re very pleased to welcome Guido back to London after a very succesful summer playing Don Armado and Dumain in Loves Labours Lost at the Oxford Shakespeare Company.
“Guido Garcia Lueches excels in convincing you he is an English man mangling Shakespeare with a dreadful Spanish accent as well as rather a wet product from a minor public school.” Joanna Matthews, Daily Info
Having just finished appearing in Different Breed Theatre’s Production of In Tents, Mike is currently in rehearsals for Golden Age Theatre‘s production of The Resurrectionist playing the role of Pastor Gustav Cornelius.
Emily Sitch is currently appearing in Balloon Theatre’s award winning immersive production of The Rules Of Inflation
We’re very pleased to welcome David Shackleton back to London after a very sucessful tour of ‘Kindly Leave the Stage’ for Baroque Theatre playing the role Edward Frobisher
Catch Benjamin presenting on The Football Question here.
GUIDO GARCIA LUECHES
Can be seen playing Don Armado in the Oxford Shakespeare Company’s “Love’s Labour’s Lost” from June 28 to August 20.