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    Rebecca Banatvala

  • Paul Heath headshot


    Paul Heath

  • Stella Taylor headshot


    Stella Taylor

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    Lucy Jane Parkinson

Rebecca Banatvala studied at Oxford University and then went on to train at Central School of Speech and Drama.

Rebecca’s theatre credits include: The Three Musketeers (The Dukes), Rapport (Caravan Theatre at the Vaults), N.P.B.D (Lyric Hammersmith), Deadly Dialogues (C+2, The Kings Head and 3LD in New York), Trident Moon (Finborough) and Twelfth Night (Thelma Holt and Cameron Mackintosh Japan/UK Tour).

Her screen credits include: Love, Death and Robots (Netflix) and Emmerdale (ITV).

Paul Heath trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and is a winner of the Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award.

Theatre credits include: S.E.N (Arcola Theatre), Albee Vector the Sound Collector (Bristol Old Vic Theatre) and Margaret Thatcher: Queen of Gameshows (Edinburgh Fringe).

Radio credits include: The Once and Future King, Pilgrim, The Conlang of Love, A Christmas Carol, The Archers, Dead Girls Don’t Tell Tales, A Warning to the Curious and Rotterdam (BBC).

Stella trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Her recent theatre credits include: Juniper And Jules (Theatre 503); Greyscale (Vault Festival 2019), A Wake In Progress (The Bunker), It Is Now (Anonymous is a Woman Theatre Company), The People’s Revolt (Tower of London), The Secret Life Of Humans (Off Broadway / New Diorama Theatre), Down And Out In Paris And London (Greenwich Theatre, New Diorama Theatre / Edinburgh), F.A.N.Y (Arts Theatre, West End), The Dragon (Southwark Playhouse), Titus Andronicus (York Theatre Royal), Waiting For Yoko (Arcola Theatre) and To Be Taken With Water (The Roundhouse).

Film credits include: The Back Seat (Winner of Locke 85 second challenge), The Look Of Love (dir. Michael Winterbottom) and Jonah.

Lucy Jane is a non-binary actor who trained at MMU and Brunel where she obtained an MA in Contemporary Performance Making.

Theatre credits include: Communion (The Young Vic), Bullish (National tour), Joan (International tour), The Three Musketeers, (The Dukes Theatre), Music Hall Monster (Wilton’s Music Hall) and Little Boxes (National Tour).

For her role as “Joan” in the one-woman show Joan, Lucy Jane won the ‘Best Performer’ Stage Edinburgh Award, a Scotsman Fringe First, ‘Best Performance’ Mervyn Stutter Spirit of the Fringe Award and an OFFIE for ‘Best TBC Award’. Lucy Jane is also a DragKing Cabaret artiste ‘LoUis CYfer’ and won the Drag Idol title in 2014 as well as King of the Fringe in 2015. Lucy has recently filmed a poem, Big Ben, for Milk Presents in association with The Young Vic Theatre.

I’m ecstatic to be playing ‘Fiona/Adrian’. From the moment I saw the casting and read the play I felt connected to the character’s journey through self discovery. This show is a turning point for theatre both in terms of its subject matter and its casting of non-binary/ trans actors. I can’t wait to use my queerness openly and proudly to retell their story.


Jon Brittain ~ Writer

Donnacadh O'Briain ~ Director

Ellan Parry ~ Designer

Richard Williamson ~ Lighting Design

Keegan Curran ~ Sound Design

Roxy Cook ~ Associate Director


Hartshorn - Hook Productions ~ Producer

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