Special Relationship Productions in association with Anita Creed Productions and Park Theatre presents the UK Premiere of

There or Here

By Jennifer Maisel


Lucy Fenton

Lucy trained at Drama Centre London

Theatre credits include: Right of Way (Lost Theatre); Kiss (The White Bear); Little Women (Ingatestone Hall), Tess of the d’Ubervilles (Baron’s Court Theatre) and Crime and Punishment (Baron’s Court Theatre).

Film credits include: Olivia Twist, The Rise and Millbrook

Television credits include: Life’s Too Short



Manish Gandhi

Manish trained at LAMDA

Theatre credits include: Now We Are Here (Young Vic Theatre); Brown Shakespeare (Efua Theodora Sutherland Drama Studio, Legon-Accra); Rizwan (FTII Pune), Limbo (Prithvi Theatre Mumbai) and Cock (Prithvi Theatre, National Centre of Performing Arts, Mumbai).

Film credits include: That Transient Interval, Chai Shai Biscuits and Rizwaan.

Television credits include: Rides upon the Storm, Judwa Raja and Na Bole Tum.

Radio includes: A Meeting by the River. 


Ursula Mohan

Ursula trained at Webber Douglas.

Theatre credits include: King Lear (Tristan Bates Theatre & Union Theatre); Hecuba (Scoop Theatre); Horniman’s Choice (Finborough Theatre); The Veil (National Theatre); Dad’s Army (UK Tour); The Drowsy Chaperone (Gatehouse Theatre); Tango (Royal Shakespeare Company); US  (Royal Shakespeare Company); Making Tracks (Scarborough Theatre); Antigone (Greenwich Theatre); The Good Woman of Setzuan (Hampstead Theatre); A Murder is Announced (The Vaudeville); Revenge (Royal Court); Othello (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre) The Cenci (Almeida); Bloody Mary (Stratford East) and Scapino (The Young Vic).

Film credis include: The Bank Job and Friends Pictured Within.

TV credits include: On the Buses, Doctors and Holby City. 


Chris Nayak

Chris trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Theatre credits include: King Lear (Shakespeare’s Globe); Much Ado About Nothing, Love’s Labour’s Lost (RSC/ Theatre Royal Haymarket); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, The Christmas Truce, Love’s Labour’s Lost (RSC); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (RSC / Garsington Opera); Anita and Me (Stratford East); Macbeth (Little Angel Theatre); Leaving Planet Earth (Edinburgh International Festival); The Wind in the Willows, Arthur and George, East is East (Birmingham REP); Invasion! (Soho Theatre); She Stoops to Conquer, The League of Youth (Nottingham Playhouse); Stand Up Diggers All (Pentabus Theatre); Romeo and Juliet, Lisa’s Sex Strike (Northern Broadsides); A Passage to India (Shared Experience); Indian Ink (Salisbury Playhouse); The Marriage of Figaro (Tara Arts); East is East (York Theatre Royal); Mother Goose and the Wolf (Greenwich Theatre) and Punchkin: Enchanter (London Bubble).

Television credits include: The Job Lot, Coronation Street, Primeval, Love Soup, Casualty, Doctors, Judge John Deed and The Bill.

Radio credits include: Series 1 and 2 of Bindi Business, and Letters from a Young Indian Revolutionary.


Rakhee Thakrar

Rakhee is best know for playing the character of Shabnam Masood in Eastenders. She also plays the Eighth Doctor's companion, Bliss, in Big Finish's Doctor Who: The Time War audio dramas. She was nominated for Best Serial Drama performance, at the 2016 National Television Awards.

Theatre credits include: Astronauts Of Hartlepool (Vaults Festival); Lalita’s Big Fat Asian Wedding (Curve Leicester); Pyaar Hai (Rich Mix); Free Booze (Edinburgh Fringe); Retaliation (Peepul Centre); Cervical Monologues (various); Chale Ga Chale Ga (UK tour); Precious Bazaar (UK tour) and Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Phoenix Theatre).

Film credits include: Jayden and Page Eight

Television credits include: Eastenders, Bollywood Carmen Live, Cloud 9,
Peep Show, DCI Banks,
The Jury II,
Holby City,
No Signal, Doctors and Banglatown Banquet.

Radio credits include: Doctor Who: The Time War audio dramas