Meet the Company


mike-aherne-0689-colour-10x8-final-pMike Aherne
Dr Alfred Salter

Theatre includes ‘A Small Family Business’, ‘The Kitchen’, ‘Philistines’ and ‘The Hothouse’ (National Theatre); ‘Heartbreak House’ (Chichester Festival Theatre); ‘Down and Out in Paris and London’ (New Diorama Theatre); ‘For Once’, ‘Light in Water’ and ‘Last Journey’ (Pentabus); ‘Up Out O’ The Sea’ (Eastern Angles) ; ‘Loyalties’, ‘The Beaver Coat’ and ‘Weapons of Happiness’ (Finborough Theatre); ‘Finisterre’ (Theatre 503); ‘Christie In Love’ (Cheekish Productions); ‘Hippolytus’ (White Bear Theatre); ‘Macbeth’ (The Malachites) and ‘Twilight Dancer’ (No Loss Productions).
Film & TV includes: ‘Holby City’, ‘Tease’, ‘Lost Generation’, ‘Release’, and ‘Brace’.


kerry-head-colourclose-1Kerry Skinner
Ada Salter

Kerry trained with the Actors Company. Her previous theatre work includes the title role in ‘Helen of Troy’, Cassandra in ‘Agamemnon’ and Bagheera in ‘The Jungle Book’, all for London’s open air theatre season at The Scoop on the South Bank, ‘Dancing at Lughnasa’ and ‘Oblomov’s Dream’ (Jermyn Street Theatre) ‘Low Level Panic’ (The ICA), ‘Body Checks’ (The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre) ‘Cat On A Hot Tin Roof’ (The Minerva Theatre) and ‘Loyalties’ at the Finborough Theatre. She recently enjoyed a run at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto with Sir Richard Eyre’s production of ‘Private Lives’ starring Kim Cattrall.
Film & TV work includes: ‘Common People’, ‘The R.D.A’, ‘A Night to forget’, ‘Rewind’, ‘Freedom Dance’, ‘Cyberon’ and ‘Life & Soul’.


image1Rachel Harper
Joyce/Evelyn Lowe/Clementine Churchill/Joan Strang

Rachel is Welsh actress and recent graduate of East 15 Acting school. She is also a trained fight performer and choreographer. Her credits whilst training include Cordelia and The Fool in King Lear, Cherry Boniface in The Beaux Stratagem and Anya in The Cherry Orchard. Rachel is also a keen writer, singer and musician.



glen-picGlen Wilson
Isaac Hall/Town Clerk/Journalist/Bert McBride

Glen trained at ARTTS International, York and The Desmond Jones school of Mime and Physical theatre.
His Theatre credits include : The Tragedian ( small London Tour) King John, Othello, (The Scoop London) Of Mice and Men (West Yorkshire Playhouse ) Aladdin (Eastwood Theatre, Glasgow )
Television : Eastenders, E20, Doctor Who, My life in film, amongst others
Adverts : Harvey Nichols, John Lewis, Walls Ice Cream, BBC TV Licensing.


paul-boichat-hs-lrPaul Boichat
Thomas Salter/Winston Churchill/ Ed Strang

Before training at the Courtyard Theatre, Paul worked for (too) many years in the corporate world after originally starting out as a scientist! Paul is thrilled with the opportunity to work with new writing in interesting spaces across London. His recent highlights include Henry V in the Wallace Collection, Al in April in Paris and Elliot in Swing by at 8. His unusual CV gives him a different take on his work, where he’s exploring his passion for dialogue-heavy whip-smart theatre.




Written and Directed by
Alison Mead

Produced by
Megan Fisher

Associate Director/ Company Manager
Elliott Huxtable

Movement Director
Fiona Watson

Tim Prior

Set and Costume Designer
Sally Hardcastle

Costume Assistant
Alba Barragán Flores

Kamal Prasher

Trailer Production
Kate Mead

Sound Design
Terrence Vincent