Hannaj Bang Bendz (Mary, Mary Shelley, Harriet) is a versatile actress with experience in professional film work, commercials and the theatre. Her film credits include Grace (2017) and The Man up the Stairs (2015). Her stage credits include 5 Go Killing (2015) and Sniper (2013). She is also skilled in kickboxing and both performing and choreographing stage combat.
Robert Wallis (Percy’s Ghost) enjoys performing in a wide variety of genres and time periods. He has starred in productions of Shakespeare’s As You Like it (2015) and Much Ado About Nothing (2014) as well as stage productions of Tess of the d’Urbervilles (2016) and Blue Stockings (2015). When Rob is not juggling these diverse commitments, he is literally juggling.
Mark Sillence (Byron, Lord Byron) started his training at the Bournemouth Arts Institute doing a summer short course. He went on to do evening classes with various teachers and a stage and screen combat course at RADA. He has featured in adverts and a Channel 4 short film. His main interests are climbing and scuba diving. As a model, he has worked with Future Publishing and has been featured in the AUB fashion show and other independent showcases. He was a contestant on ITV’s ninja warrior.
Matt Brackstone (John, John Keats) has studied acting at Columbia College in Chicago. He is also skilled at singing, dancing and musical comedy. He recently performed in the short film Cold Walk and the play Slaughter City. His athletic interests include boxing, field hockey, football, roller-blading and stage combat. He also enjoys song writing and improvisational comedy.
Steve Rollins (The Monster) has appeared in a number of theatrical and film productions. Most recently, he played Glyn in Time of My Life. He has also appeared in the stage productions Bouncers (2015) and Macbeth (2014) and in the films Innocent Imaginings (2014) and Artifice (2014). When Steve isn’t cross-fit training or competing in Triathlons; he relaxes by playing saxophone, clarinet and drums.
Fay Elizabeth Butler (Claire Clairmont, Fanny Brawne) Faye Butler is a London-based actress with background in theatre and film. Her stage credits include Second Person Narrative by Jemma Kennedy (2016) and Ken Robertson's production of Nine till Six by Aimee Stuart (2017). She has a strong alto singing voice is trained in Ballet (IDTA Grade 5), Broadsword (BASSC Pass) and is self taught on the ukulele.
Timothy Lowe (William Godwin) is a stage and film actor who has appeared in a number of productions for New Apollo Theatre Company. He played Teddy in 'Looby Loo No Strings Attached', Sir Percy Shorter in' Habeas Corpus', Hale (a Scotland Yard detective) in 'Blossom Alley', a defrocked priest in Joe Orton's 'Funeral Games', a reporter and defence barrister Loseby in 'A Kind of Cojutation' and the train driver in "The Signalman" ( a play based on a Charles Dickens short story).
Keely Saunders (Mary Wollstonecraft) recently played the narrator in a scratch night production of The Sudden Madness of Friedrich Nietschze at the Winchester Theatre pub. She has also appeared in productions at the Shelley Theatre and has worked back stage as well, as a stage manager and the co-founder of the Winchester-pub theatre. In 2017, she joined Doppelganger Productions as a Stage Manager and Assistant Producer on the The Murder Wife and RIDE! both written by BAFTA winner John Foster.
Samuel George (William) is a happy little five-year-old. He loves playing with superheroes and creating masterpieces from Lego. He’s learning tae kwon do and feels incredibly proud if he’s named “Ninja of the Week”. Sam is a patient big brother to Ted and they spend lots of family time out in the fresh air, building sand castles on the beach or splashing in muddy puddles. This is his first professional acting role.