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 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 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).
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.