Ollie is a clown, satirist, theatre-maker, mime, actor, writer, performer and facilitator.
He studied at Lerum College Theatre and art programme, the Acting school of Skara Skolscen and International School of Theatre Jacques Lecoq.
Ollie has played roles such as Romeo in Romeo and Juiliet, Garcín in No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartre, Hendrik Höfgen in Mefisto By Ariane Mnouchkine. He has devised several children's theatre shows, co-written a cabaret, and also worked as a weekly play leader for children in a refugee camp.
Sam has a bachelor of Creative Arts majoring in Performance from the University of Wollongong in NSW, Australia.
He spent three years touring educational shows Australia wide with theatre company Brainstorm Productions and has worked extensively in film and television, featuring in over 35 short films as well as television commercials and shows.
Sam reached the finals of the Short and Sweet Theatre Festival Sydney in 2014 where he was nominated for best actor in a comedic role, before going on to study in at the Jacques Lecoq school.
Jonathan studied at Oxford University and the École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq. He works as an actor, director, writer, with roles in theatre, radio and short films.
Roles have included Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice for Putney Open-air Theatre, George III in The Madness of George III at the Oxford Playhouse and (as director) One Minute by Simon Stephens at Putney Arts Theatre.
He has performed in children's theatre and is a teacher and facilitator, with experience creating and leading workshops for adults and children.