Cast & Creatives

Roman: Samuel Edward-Cook (Peaky Blinders, Magwitch, King Lear)
Oceania: Robyn Moore (Eastenders, Casualty, Law & Order)
Sophie: Scarlett Brookes (Caryl Churchill’s Love and Information, Royal Court; EastEnders, Blackout, Doctors, To Kill A Mockingbird)

DAN ALLUM created, and was lead writer on, the 36 part radio series ATCHING TAN broadcast on BBC East from 2008-10. His spin-off Afternoon Play of the same name for BBC Radio 4 was shortlisted for both the Richard Imison and Audio Drama Awards. He has since adapted THE DIDDAKOI for BBC Radio 4Extra and CARMEN for BBC Radio 4. Dan was also a member of the Royal Court Invitation Group, which led to a commission, and the Unheard Voices Project at BBC Writersroom. Dan is currently developing a film script on a Creative England funded development programme, and acting as a consultant on GLUE (E4/Eleven Film).

AMY HODGE is Studio Associate at the National Theatre and Winner of the Jerwood Best Director Award. Her credits include: The Rover (Hampton Court Palace), Romeo and Juliet (Theatre Uz, Uzbekistan), Clytemnestra, The Sanger, Light Arrested, Measure For Measure, A Christmas Carol, Small Change (Sherman Cymru, while Associate Director 2008-2011), Cloak Room (Sherman and Washington DC), Playing The Game (Tricycle), Mules (Young Vic); The Ethics Of Progress (Unlimited Theatre); The Tempest, Kick For Touch (Orange Tree Theatre), Change? (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Vagina Monologues (Leeds City Variety Music Hall).

Additional music by JAMES FORTUNE who is a founder member of, and arranger for, award-winning vocal harmony band The Magnets. They have appeared on The Review Show, Comic Relief, Parkinson, GMTV, and BBC Proms in the Park. As a singer and flautist James has worked with, amongst others, Tom Jones, Barry Adamson, Kate Nash and Blondie.

The Romany Theatre Company have a growing reputation for creating rich powerful drama that is bold and challenging while always entertaining. We are currently collaborating with the BBC and Royal Opera House on a new stage production of CARMEN.