Peter trained at RADA. His previous work with the National Theatre of Scotland includes The 306: Dawn. Other stage credits include The Greater Game (Southwark Playhouse), Four Play (Theatre 503), Shakespeare In Love (Sonia Friedman Productions), One Arm (Southwark Playhouse), Mock Tudor (Pleasance Courtyard) and A Clockwork Orange (Nottingham Playhouse). Film and television credits include Mr Turner, Doctor Who and Above the Clouds.
Jessica trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and graduated in 2013. Her theatre credits include The Rivals (Bristol Old Vic, Liverpool Playhouse / Citizens, Glasgow), Rapunzel, Miss Julie (Citizens, Glasgow), Lanark: A Life in Three Acts (Citizens, Glasgow/ Edinburgh International Festival), The Venetian Twins (The Lyceum, Edinburgh), The Fair Intellectual Club (Edinburgh Festival Fringe / UK Tour for Stella Quines), Slope (Untitled Projects), Three Sisters (Tron, Glasgow), Crime and Punishment (Citizens, Glasgow/ Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse/ The Lyceum, Edinburgh) and The Antipodes (Sam Wanamaker Festival/ Shakespeare’s Globe). Her radio credits include The Fair Intellectual Club (BBC Radio 4), McLevy and The Pillow Nook (BBC). Jessica was named Best Newcomer at the 2014 Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) for her performances in Crime and Punishment and Miss Julie. In 2015 she won the Citizens Theatre Society’s Christina Chalmers Award for Best Actor.
Muireann trained at Arts Ed London. Her theatre work includes Translations (UK and Irish tour), The School for Scheming (The Orange Tree, Richmond), Riders to the Sea (CogArts) and The Scarecrows’ Wedding (Watford Palace /tour). Her film and television work includes A Nightingale Falling, Eamon, Out of Innocence, Deep Shock, Downpour, Celtic Warriors, Jack Taylor and Rough Diamond. Muireann has played traditional Irish music on a variety instruments from a young age.
George’s theatre work includes Lanark: A Life in Three Acts (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow), Crazy Jane (Birds of Paradise), Stiff, The Man of La Mancha (The Lyceum, Edinburgh), The Wolves in The Walls (National Theatre of Scotland at the New Victory Theatre, New York) Sunshine on Leith (Dundee Rep), Parahandy (Eden Court), The Government Inspector (Communicado) and Ane Satyre of The Three Estates (at Linlithgow Palace). His television work includes River City, Taggart, Lip Service, Being Victor, Still Game, Gary Tank Commander, Rab C. Nesbitt, Legit and he was also a regular in the Gaelic soap Machair. His film credits include The Flying Scotsman and The Marriage Counsellor.
Owen trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. His previous work for the National Theatre of Scotland includes In Time O’ Strife, Paul Bright’s Confessions Of A Justified Sinner (with untitled projects), Knives In Hens, Peter Pan, Mary Queen Of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off, Our Teacher’s A Troll, Cockraoch, 365 and Rupture. Other theatre work includes Trainspotting, King Lear and Sleeping Beauty (Citizens, Glasgow), The Skriker (Manchester Royal Exchange/Manchester International Festival), Slope (untitled projects), Unfaithful (Traverse, Edinburgh), The Life Of Stuff, Cotton Wool and Nowheresville (Theatre 503), Wonderland (Vanishing Point/ Edinburgh International Festival and Naples International Festival), A Puff Of Smoke (Tristan Bates Theatre), About A Goth, 10,000 Metres Deep (Paines Plough) and Romeo and Juliet (Òran Mór). Owen’s television and film work includes One of Us, Dying Light, What Would Ridley Do and Scoring. His radio credits include Kidnapped, McLevy, The Second Mr. Bailey, King Lear and Blindness (BBC Radio 4).