Eugenia has appeared in critically acclaimed films such as The Duke of Burgundy and Berberian Sound Studio, both directed by Peter Strickland, and Youth, directed by Paolo Sorrentino. She won the Stage award for Best Actress in Edinburgh in 2007. Her most recent performances are in Redefining Juliet (Barbican and BBC4 documentary) and The Taming of the Shrew at the Arts Theatre in the West End. This is her second collaboration with director Christopher Brown after Soap (2015).
Matthew's credits include the musicals Murder Ballad (Soundcheck Productions, Sam Yates), Les Misérables (Queens Theatre), Come Fly With Me (Salisbury Playhouse), and Thérèse Raquin (Park Theatre). He has also appeared in several concerts, and his short film credits include London O'Clock, Why are you sad? and Coming Home (2014). Matthew trained at the Arts Ed London School of Acting.
Kazeem recently played Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire (Rapture Theatre, Scottish tour), Katharina in a gender-bending production of The Taming of the Shrew by Custom/Practice, and Dad and Red Bandana in the UK tour of Running Wild. His theatre credits include the lead in Hamlet (Synomatic Productions), Tanzi Libre (Southwark Playhouse) and The Ninth Plague (Unicorn Theatre). His screen work includes Love in a Time of Death and the TV history series Africa's Great Civilizations.
Emily has appeared in TV shows including The Fast Show (BBC2) and Smack the Pony (C4), while her film credits include Interview with a Hitman and Total Chaos. Her theatre work includes playing Mrs Oakes in Flare Path (Paul Taylor Mills), Imogen in Cymbeline (Theatre Set-Up), Ophelia in Hamlet (The Courtyard Theatre), and Marya in The Government Inspector (Union Theatre).
George trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and was a finalist for the 2016 Alan Bates Award, finishing second. His screen credits include King Arthur: Excalibur Rising, and an appearance as a guest lead in Casualty (BBC). He recently starred opposite Samuel Barnett in the Big Finish radio drama Cicero, and in Body & Sold (Park Theatre).