Rails

by Simon Longman

Showing Thu 24 May - Sat 27 Oct

The Performers

Toby Vaughan

Toby Vaughan

(Mike)

Toby trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Theatre credits include: Sense and Sensibility and Single Spies (Theatre by the Lake); Northanger Abbey (Pleasance Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (Taking Flight); Communicate (Edinburgh Festival); The Santa Trap and Here Be Monsters (Mayflower Productions); PLAY9 (Vault Festival); Spring Awakening (Sherman Theatre/Gate Theatre); When We Are Married and You Can’t Take It With You (Richard Burton Company); Burn (Elan Frantoio). Screen credits include: Cramps – Bad Snappers (Comedy Central); Pen Talar (S4C).

Oliver Mott

Oliver Mott

(Ben)

Oliver is delighted to be returning to Theatre by the Lake for this year’s Summer Season.

Theatre: Watch It Sailor!, The Rivals, Dial M for Murder (Theatre by the Lake); Milked, Red Sky at Night, For Once, May Fair, Tales of the Country (Pentabus Theatre Company); Richard III, As You Like It (Custom Practise); Almost Near (Finborough Theatre).

Television: Eastenders, Doctors (BBC). Film: The Patrol (Winner of Film of the Festival at Raindance).

Lydea Perkins

Lydea Perkins

(Sarah)

Lydea trained at ALRA where she won the Sir Laurence Olivier bursary award in 2012.

Theatre Credits Include: A Long Road South (King’s Head Theatre); She Stoops to Conquer (Theatre Royal Bath); Harvey (Birmingham Rep and Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Hypochondriac (Theatre Royal Bath and UK Tour); The Sounds of Silence (Theatre503); Pal Street Boys (Greenwich Theatre); A Dickensian Christmas (Ophelia Theatre); Agamemnon (Battersea Arts Centre) and Sense (Company of Angels).
TV Credits Include: Endeavour 5 (ITV/Mammoth Screen).

Christine Entwisle

Christine Entwisle

(Deb)

Theatre includes: The Twits, Hope, Narrative, Prime Time (Royal Court); Billy The Girl (Clean Break); As You Like It, Comedy of Errors, Romeo and Juliet, The Drunks, Silence (Royal Shakespeare Company); Six Characters in Search of an Author (Chichester Festival Theatre and Headlong); The Wonderful World of Dissocia (Royal Court and National Theatre of Scotland): Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats of Loneliness (Plymouth Theatre Royal); Vassa (Almeida) and various People Shows.

TV and film: Manhunt, At Dawning, Attachments, Holby City, Doctors, A&E, Storm Damage, Where The Heart Is, Mothers and Daughters. Christine also works as a writer and director and has appeared in her last three plays for Radio 4: Idle Hands, Secret Kebabs (BBC Comedy Award) and Doyouwishtocontinue (BBC Writer’s Prize). She recently co-created comedy web series Fairy Job in which she also appears and occasionally moonlights as cabaret artist Clare Voyant, bringing you distressing news from beyond.