Eugenia has performed in Hurried Steps since 2009. She is in the award winning & critically acclaimed Berberian Sound Studio which is still touring International Festivals. Recent stage work includes Unexpected Item directed by Catrina Lear for the Shoreditch Town Hall Festival produced by the Barbican and CREATE. Two Noble Kinsmen and Morelight (Arcola) both directed by Catrina Lear, Romeo and Juliet directed by Rae McKen, Click directed by JMK winner Jamie Harper and Truckstop directed by Chris Rolls (Tour and Hampstead Theatre). Eugenia's performance in this last play earned her the Stage Award for Best Actress at the 2007 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Eugenia trained at East 15.
Stephen Cavanagh is from Derry, Northern Ireland, trained at the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin and the British-American Drama Academy in Oxford. UK theatre appearances include Death of a Salesman, Coriolanus, The Lonesome West, A View from the Bridge, Journey's End, and as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet for the Mercury Theatre, Colchester; Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, Pleasure and Pain and Dial M for Murder for the Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow; Blackwater Angel for the Finborough Theatre; Bell, Book and Candle for Greenwich Playhouse; The Night Pirates for Theatre Hullabaloo; High Muck-a-Muck for Theatre Alibi. Work with Irish theatre companies includes A Moon for the Misbegotten for Dubbeljoint; Three Tall Women for Prime Cut; Torch Song Trilogy for Kabosh; and A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Comical Mysteries for Natural Shocks Civic Theatre, Dublin. He has appeared in several short films and will make his feature debut in 2013 with a major role in the comedy Krish and Lee.
Trained at East 15 where roles included Isabella in Measure for Measure, Dorine in Tartuffe, Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Moll Cutpurse in The Roaring Girl at The Sam Wanamaker festival at Shakespeare’s Globe. Recently chosen as an emerging young actor by the Old Vic New Voices she played Joey in Millennium at The Vineyard Theatre, New York. Theatre work also includes Crash (North Wall Arts Centre/ Arcola Theatre), Talent (Soho Theatre), A New World Order (Shoreditch Town Hall, Barbican/Hydrocracker Theatre) Bussin’ It (Oval House Theatre). Television and Film includes Trap for Cinderella (Forthcoming Productions) BBC Ident Over the Rainbow (Red Bee Media), The Naked Poet (Triple Threat Media).
Mariam Haque Trained at Drama Studio London and studied French and Drama at Bristol University. Theatre includes Roundabout for Bush Bazar (Bush Theatre/ Theatre delicatessen); Leon and the Place Between (Building Site Theatre Company); INVASION!, (Tooting Arts club); The House of Bilquis Bibi (Hampstead Theatre & UK tour); Hurried Steps (Finborough Theatre); Category B (Tricycle Theatre); Monster Under The Bed (Polka Theatre); Au Revoir Les Enfants (Tour de Force); Hearts and Minds (Khayaal Theatre). Screen credits include Hunted (BBC/Kudos); Diary of a Jihadi (Independent Image); Lost Paradise (B3 Media).
Peter Landi Theatre includes Father Daniels/Manolis in Anthony Shers ID (Almeida), Sammy Davis Jr in the world premiere of Rat Pack Confidential (Nottingham Playhouse), Pierre/Marcel in Piaf (Theatre Royal York), Crooks in Of Mice And Men (Bolton Octagon), Biff in Death Of A Salesman (Leicester Haymarket), Cab Calloway in the first European Tour of A Tribute To The Blues Brothers, directed by David Leland. Television and film includes Law and Order UK( ITV!), Whose Baby (ITV1), I.D. (BBC4), Live and Kicking (BBC1). He has also done voice over work for BBC Radio 4 and BBC Correspondent.
Other cast members have included: Thomas Arnold, Priya Bhamrah, Kehinde Fadipe, Arnie Hewitt, Charlotte Lucas, Lynsey Murrell, Anthony Ofoegbu, Gloria Onitiri,Bradia Timimi, Steve Toussant, Lucy Vand