The Cast & Crew







BEAK – Jason Marc-Williams

Jason trained at Gorseinon College before graduating from Guildford School Of Acting in 2008. Roles played during Training include; Duke Solinus, The Comedy of Errors, Federico, Punishment Without Revenge, Pony, Suburbia and Albert In A Night Out. Since Graduating; Peter, The Choir (ATS), Smith, Doig!! (Rehearsed Reading) Joe, Out Of the Goldfish Bowl (WGTC),Idle Jack, Dick Whittington, (ATS) Ensemble Dancer, Time Lapse, (Guerilla Dance Project) and most recently Jason has been touring with Box Clever Theatre Company Playing Boy in their production of Feet First. Jason is very excited to finally have the chance to play Beak after doing the reading earlier this year.



PRETTY PRETTY - Alice Tranfield

Alice has trained at Guildford School of Acting and Elmhurst Ballet School.  Theatre Credits include; U/S Liz/Rita/Barbara, in Billy Liar (Middle Ground's No.1 Tour), U/S Margaret/Jenny, in The Holly and the Ivy (Middle Ground), Helena/Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Quantum Theatre Tour), Valerie in Thirteen (Brighton Festival 09 - The Future is Unwritten/Fuel). Film credits; Samantha (Lead), Howling Brat (short - YOTD Films) Alice has also recorded a number of corporate training videos and voiceovers.


GREEK - Mark Brennan

Since graduating from The Poor School in 2007 Mark has appeared in Casualty and The Bill. He also has been lucky enough to have toured with Full Time a Racheal Wagstaff play. Mark has also appeared in productions of For a Button at the White Bear, The City at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre as well as being part of the Spilt Milk Theatre Company.




POLAND  -  Jerome Ngonadi

Jerome is a London native of Afro- Caribbean descent and a BA Honours 2010 graduate from The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA). Recent third year shows include Entertaining Strangers in which he played Capt. Handley directed by Ken McClymont  and  Bagheera in The Jungle Book directed by Max Webster. He will also be taking part in the upcoming Marie-Luise at ALRA, which will be his final production.

GERRARD - Harriet Ryder

Harriet graduated from Guildford School of Acting where she received the award for best graduating actor 2009. Since leaving Harriet has appeared in numerous projects including Regolith by Chris Lee at the Finborough and Peanuts a short film by Jack Delaney. Whilst training she appeared in Loveplay as Brigitta, The Memory of Water as Teresa and Spring Awakening as Thea. Harriet is really looking forward to being a part of Beak Street, not everyone can say they've had the chance to be a gangster cat!

LIGHTING DESIGN - Andrew Whiting

Andrew was SM on Doig and graduated from G.S.A school of Production where he worked on The Secret Garden, Anything Goes and Kiss Me Kate as well as production Electrician for Moby Dick. Between his studies, he worked in Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud theatre and Basingstoke’s Anvil Arts where he worked with Ellen Kent Productions, Geno Washington and Jimmy James with the Ram Jam Band and Jimmy Carr.  Andrew is exited to be joining fellow graduates from G.S.A and the team of Beak Street.



Thank you to the Tabard for their continued support.


Many thanks go to

Alice White, Wayne ‘Pickles’ Norman

and Jeni Draper

































HENCH - David  Gwyn

David graduated from the Guildford School of Acting in 2008 with a BA Hons in Theatre. Credits: Blockbuster the Musical (workshop), 12 Tenors European TourOut of the Goldfish Bowl (Wales Graduate Theatre Company),Cinderella the Rock and Roll, panto (theatr clwyd). Princess 15 (short film).  David is looking forward to performing for the first time at Theatre Delicatessen.


WEASEL - James Sygrove

Trained at Guildford School of Acting his  stage work include Doig! The Musical, Bink & The Hairy Fairy, Dick Whittington, A Night Out, Fiorello, The Kitchen, Chaplin, BatBoy!, Destry Rides Again, Trelawny, Pericles, The Orestia, Dangerous Corner, Titanic The Musical. T.V. & FILM: EastEnders, Casualty, Family Affairs, The Dummies Guide To Zombies, Tempting Fates, After Deserts, Out Of The Shadows, Electra, Dancer In The Dark, RSG-6. V/O for Stop It Now campaign for the Lucy Faithful Foundation.


Until 8th July 2010


JUNKIE/CHORUS - Laura Pradelska

Laura Pradelska graduated from the Drama Centre London in 2008 and has since worked solidly as an actress and a voice over artist. Her latest roles include Mrs.X in Strindberg's The Stronger (Edinburgh Fringe '09), Trish in Knuckleball (Rosemary Branch Theatre), Liv Edeth in Permanence (Hen and Chicken Theatre) and Faith in Still Life at the Sushi Bar (Leicester Square Theatre) a role for which Laura was awarded the Fringe Report Award 2010


From 8th July



Alma graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Alma was in the ITV drama Collision. She has appeared in numerous short films and the independent British art film  Boogie Woogie. She will be appearing in Zip Postcode Wars directed and written by Ray Shell during The Camden Fringe Festival.



REFEREE/CHORUS - Natasha White

Trained: Drama Studio London. Theatre credits include: Helena in Look Back in Anger (Italian tour), Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol (The King's Head), Isabella Thorpe in Northanger Abbey (East Anglian tour), Berthe in Who Will Carry the Word? (The Courtyard), and Rebel Ensemble in Orestes Re-Examined (Southwark Playhouse). Short film credits include: Smashed (Somerset Film), Wrap (art.war.entertainment), and Fleeced (feature trailer - Azra Productions). Natasha also plays the double bass in London-based all-female jazz band, G&T.


COSTUME – Vana Giannoula

Vana is a freelance costume and graphic designer. She collaborates with a wide range of theatre groups and performance artists. She holds a BA in graphic design from the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Greece and an MA in Costume Design for Performance from the London College of Fashion. She lives and works in London.


TECHNICAL / STAGE MANAGEMENT - Panayiota Themistocleous

graduated from the University of Bedfordshire in 2006 with BA Honours in Media Performance, specialising in Radio Performance and Production. Panayiota then started her career working in local youth theatres and volunteering as Stage Manager at the Hackney Empire and summer festivals. She now works at the Bridewell Theatre and as a Freelance Sound and Light technician, touring theatres around London and in 2009 teched her first show at the Brighton Fringe Festival.


MUSIC by James Knox Technologies



Ian lives and works in Chiswick and is a prolific artist, cartoonist and sculptor.  Sicilian Cats is not just a painting, but a successful greeting card that continues to sell well throughout the UK.



Theatre Delicatessen 3/4 Picton Place London W1 

(nearest Tube Bond Street)

29th June – 17th July 2010 @ 7.30pm.

(no performances Sunday or Monday)


Tickets £10 Tuesday and Wednesday

£12 Thursday, Friday & Saturday