Zackary Momoh

Zackary Momoh - Othello

Stage work includes Lead in Eastern Angles "Palm Wine and Stout" (Leicester Curve) and Oscar Wilde's Salomè at the Roundhouse Theatre. Film includes his debut Title lead role in "Amadou" by Oscar Nominated (best International Film) Boo Productions. Television work includes BBC Drama, mr harvey lights a candle as well as leads in both Holby city, and Doctors.

Jack Johns

Jack Johns - Iago

Jack Johns trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Theatre includes; Peter Panic (Pleasance) Twelfth Night (Drayton Arms) Git (Rich Mix) Brightest and Best (Half Moon) Through the Night (Finborough Theatre), My Previous Self (Wardrobe Theatre), Orphans (Trafalgar Studios), Peer Gynt (TheatreState), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Circomedia, Bristol), Cinderella (Redgrave Theatre, Bristol) and Something Out Of Nothing (Bristol Old Vic).

Harriet Urbanowicz

Harriet Green - Desdemona

Harriet trained at East 15 Acting School. Theatre includes: Crypted (Arcola Theatre) Chains of Love (King's Head) The Stranger (The Attic) The Dragon (B.A.C.) Africker (Hoxton Hall).


Izabella Urbanowicz

Izabella Urbanowicz - Emilia

Trained at RADA. Credits include truth and reconciliation ( Royal Court, Theatre Local Peckham ) What you Will: Pop up Shakespeare ( Shakespeare's Globe - 2012 festival ) Titanic ( ITV ) , The Crimson Petal and the White, Doctors ( BBC ) and Zofia in The Archers ( BBC R4).

Callum McGowan

Callum McGowan - Cassio

Born in Kingston Upon Thames. Callum McGowan trained at East 15 Acting School. Appearing as Monkey King in Journey to the West and the Marquis De Sade in Peter Weiss’s Marat/Sade. His is also an associate artist of Pinpoint Create, having directed for them, “A Celebration of Shakespeare,” for the Olympic Celebrations. He has recently wrapped filming on his first feature, "The Window," directed by Adam Morse.

Max Calandrew

Max Calandrew - Roderigo

Max grew up in Nottinghamshire and attended The Television Workshop when he was 14. He studied acting at Manchester School of Theatre from 2008 - 2011 After his graduation he was then selected to work at the Royal Exchange theatre in Manchester to be a part of the Met Exchange program which aimed to give fresh graduates the chance to perform two new plays at the Royal Exchange itself. Since graduating Max has also worked at the Lowry Theatre Manchester and The Southwark Playhouse.

Tanya Mattouk

Tanya Mattouk - Bianca

Tanya was born in Paris. After studying Dancing and Drawing at high-level, History at University, and having done a BA in Acting in Paris, she graduated in September 2012 from Drama Centre London with a Distinction, where she played lead parts in incredible venues like the Globe or the Vakhtangov Institute in Moscow. Her professional career includes physical theatre with Jan Fabre (Venice Biennale) and is now counting stage and film credits.

Nick Howard-Brown

Nick Howard-Brown - Brabantio / Gratiano

Recent theatre credits include Hendrik Höfgen in Mephisto (Oxford Playhouse/Sheffield Drama Studio), Perchik in Tinderbox (Tooting Arts Club), Laertes in Hamlet (Tivoli Theatre Dublin), Ariel in Smoke (V&A Museum), Arny in The Fool (Directed by Edward Bond at the Cock Tavern Theatre), Uriah Heep in David Copperfield (Chamber Theatre County Hall), and The Waiter in Aristo (Chichester Festival Theatre). Trained at East 15 Acting School.

Kes Gill-Martin

Kes Gill-Martin - Montano

Kes Gill-Martin trained at East 15 Acting School, graduating just 18 months ago. His list of theatre credits already includes runs at; Theatre 503, New Diorama Theatre, The White Bear and The Arcola. He also played a leading role in his first feature film, After Cease To Exist (due for release in 2013). After Othello he will be heading to Yorkshire to tackle the role of a lifetime: Hamlet.

Alex Woolf

Alex Woolf - Lodovico

Alex Woolf is an actor, writer and director from London. He is co-founder and director of Greenlight Theatre. Recent acting credits include ‘Fluids’ – Kings Head, King Lear – The Rose Bankside, Brief Intermission – film for Third Eye Productions. Greenlight’s most recent production ‘Seeing Double’ won The Stage’s student choice ‘Best Play’ award at the 2012 Edinburgh festival and will transfer to London in April.

Nathan Lee

Nathan Lee - Duke of Venice

Nathan trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama from which he graduated this summer. Theatre Credits: Loyalty (Hampstead Theatre – Directed by Ed Hall) Scenes from the Big Picture (Embassy Theatre – Directed by Max Key) Baron’s Caught in the Act (Baron’s Court Theatre.) Film Credits: Frogger, Purple Shoes, In Close Quarters.


Anthony Green – Director
Anthony has been a professional actor for 16 years and has lived in Peckham since 1999.  He recently studied with internationally renowned acting coach Ivana Chubbuck in LA. Since returning to the UK, as well as his acting work, he coaches actors and his clients include RADA graduates, RSC company members and complete beginners.

Rachel Creeger – Production Manager
Rachel is a playwright, director, producer and production manager. Her original play Staffroom was voted “Most Audience Recommended Play” of the Camden Fringe this summer. Rachel runs Time2Shine Productions, a performing arts and production company that provides themed workshops, team building sessions, leadership training as well as event and show production.

Casting - Hammond Cox Casting
Thom & Michael formed Hammond Cox Casting in 2012, combining 15 years of high-end industry experience. In their first year of business, they have worked internationally in film, stage, commercials and music video.

Marcello Marascalchi – Fight Director
Marcello has been involved in the arts for over 20 years as an actor and fight director. He has worked with companies all over the country including The RSC, The Globe, The Royal Opera House, The BBC and The History Channel to name but a few. As well as directing fights for the stage, television and film, he is the stage combat tutor at Mountview, Rose Bruford and ALRA.


Catherine Morgan – Set and Costume Designer
Catherine includes among her design credits Ring of Envy, Intermission Theatre, Eisteddfod, Latitude Festival, Baba Shakespeare, RSC Courtyard Theatre, Arcola, London Let’s Get Visceral, Old Vic Tunnesls, Gerbils in a Glass Cage, The Space, Fit for Purpose, Pleasance, Verona Road, Intermission Theatre, Story Project 2, Southwark Playhouse, Macbeth, Broadway Theatre and The Ostrich and the Dolphin, Royal Institution and National Tour. Catherine has assisted leading designers including Soutra Gilmour, Ian MacNeil and most recently, Giles Cadle.

Richard Williamson - Lighting Designer
Trained at LAMDA, previous lighting designs include: Richard III, An Arab Tragedy, Swan Theatre Stratford and international tour, Macbeth, A Midsummer nights Dream, The Country, Arcola Theatre, In My Name, Trafalgar Studios, Amphibians, Bridewell, Thrill Me, Tristan Bates and Charing Cross Theatre, Follow, Finborough, Play Size - Young Vic, Etcetera Theatre and Edinburgh Festival, Blue Jam, Etcetera Theatre and Riverside Studios, Onysos the Wild, Theatre 503 and Traverse Edinburgh, Summer Begins, Southwark Playhouse.

Steve Lewinson – Composer/Sound Design
Steve has been recording and performing music for over 20 years,working as one of the first call musicians for a diverse list of some of the worlds most artistically and commercially successful artists. Originally trained as a classical pianist, he now works mainly as a musical director, producer and songwriter/composer .

Publicity - Sharon McHendry. Mobius Industries
Richard is part of the the award winning team at Mobius providing PR, marketing, design, print and distribution services for the arts.

Graphic Design - Lucca Joy Barratt