Special Relationship Productions in association with Anita Creed Productions and Park Theatre presents the UK Premiere of
There or Here
ROBYN I LUCY FENTON
RAJIT/ RAJ I MANISH GANDHI
ELLEN/ DR. VITTAL I URSULA MOHAN
AJAY I CHRIS NAYAK
NEERA I RAKHEE THAKRAR
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 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 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 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 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