Veritas Theatre Company in association with Park Theatre present the World Premiere of
LEAH | ABIGAIL HOOD
TOM | ADAM MORRIS
MARK | KEVIN TOMLINSON
GILL | TRACEY WILKINSON
ABIGAIL HOOD | LEAH
Theatre Includes: That Face (Royal Court); The Snow Queen (Scarborough Stephen Joseph); The Bomb (Lancaster Dukes); True Love Waits (Latitude Festival); The Lesson Before Break (Theatre 503); Weapons of Happiness (Finborough Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (Salisbury Playhouse); Whispering Happiness (Box of Tricks); All The Little Lights (Derby Theatre); Bleeding Hearts (Bolton Octagon); Cock (Oxford Playhouse) and Dangling (Southwark Playhouse).
Film & Television includes: The Bill, The Things I See and The Lesson.
ADAM MORRIS | TOM
Adam is probably best known for playing dipsy Robin in Tony Robinson’s Maid Marian and her Merry Men for CBBC.
Theatre includes: The Perfect Murder (The Mill at Sonning); Hoard Festival (New Vic Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent); Hood - the Legend Continues (Nottingham Theatre Royal); Speed the Plow (Playhouse Theatre); The Increased Difficulty of Concentration, Catastrophe (Gate Theatre); Dick Barton Flight of the Phoenix (Croydon Warehouse); Going to the Chapel, Habeus Corpus, Summer Lightening (Salisbury Playhouse); The Importance of Being Earnest, She Stoops to Conquer, Man of the Moment (Colchester Mercury); Relatively Speaking, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Cheltenham Everyman); Cabaret, Irma la Douce (National Tours).
Film & Television includes: I Dream, Genie in the House, The Beautiful Spy, Four Tails, Growing Rich, Back Up, My Family, Black Books, Heartburn Hotel, Holby City, Doctors, Summer Solstice, Men Behaving Badly, Inspector Morse, Babes in the Wood, Adam’s Family Tree, Mile High.
KEVIN TOMLINSON | MARK
Theatre includes: Seven Ages (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough); On The Edge! (York Theatre Royal / UK tour); The Ragged Child (Royal and Derngate Theatre, Northampton); Whose Story Is It Anyway? (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds). Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Hackney Empire). He has also performed with Trestle and Trading Faces.
Film & Television includes: Devil's Harvest, A Midsummer Night's Dream.
TRACEY WILKINSON | GILL
Theatre includes: Dangling (Southwark Playhouse); Fred's Diner (Chichester Festival Theatre); Pigeon House (Arcola Theatre); The Bullet (RSC); My Dad’s A Birdman (The Young Vic); Our Country's Good (Liverpool Playhouse) and Carol Fitzgibbon in Guiding Star (National Theatre).
Television includes: Casualty, Outlander, and Bad Girls (Shed Productions). Next year Tracey will be playing the role of Affissa in new series Carnival Row alongside Cara Delevingne and Orlando Bloom.