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Cast and Crew



Peter Mooney

"Peter graduated from Rose Bruford on the Actor Musicianship course in 2014. Since then, he has performed in various theatres around the country and is delighted to be making his Theatr na nÓg debut here in Swansea.

Credits include: The Commitments (West End and UK tour), Romeo & Juliet (Watermill Theatre), The Ballad of Rudy (Machester Royal Exchange), Save+Quit (Edinburgh Fringe)"


Caitlin Mckee

Born and bred in Cardiff, Caitlin has always had a passion for performing since a young age. She received her BA Performing Arts degree at Trinity St Davids Carmarthen and spend a semester studying Musical Theatre at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania.
Caitlin then went on to study MA Musical Theatre at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Her credits at college included - Jacks Mother / Cinderella's Mother (Into The Woods) Various Women (I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change) Vocalist (Broadway To the Bay)

Since graduating Caitlin's credits include - Angry Wife / Whore ( My Lands Shore - All Star Productions) Bethan Bimbo ( Cysgun Brysur - Arad Goch), Voice over for Wales Children's Air Ambulance, Principle Soloist for A Tribute to Dame Shirley Bassey and BBC's Casualty.


Rosey Cale

Rosey Cale is 23 years old from Pembrokeshire, South Wales.
She has recently graduated in BA Acting from UWTSD. Just Jump is Rosey’s professional debut as an actor.
In 2016 Rosey released her debut EP as a singer songwriter called ‘Creating Images’. She appeared as a live guest on BBC Radio Wales on Jamie Owen’s Morning Show and has had multiple plays on many UK radio stations.

Rosey will be taking the lead role of Emmie in Theatr na nÓg’s new musical ‘Eye Of The Storm’ starting in September 2017.


Llinos Daniel

Llinos Daniel trained at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art after studying Music & Drama at Royal Holloway University of London.

Theatre credits include: Raslas Bach a Mawr (Theatr Bara Caws), Aberystwyth Mon Amour (Lighthouse Theatre), Before I Leave (National Theatre Wales), Cosy (Wales Millennium Centre), Brief Encounters, She Stoops to Conquer, (Lighthouse Theatre, South America), Bedroom Farce (Black Rat Productions),The Killing of Sister George, Trojan Women (Theatr Peña), The Ghost of Morfa Colliery, Salsa, The Butterfly Hunter, (Theatr na n’Og), The Suicide (Clwyd Theatr Cymru), Fiddler on the Roof, West Side Story (Aberystwyth Arts Centre), Under Milk Wood, Contender (Wales Theatre Company), Macbeth Kill Bill Shakespeare (UK Premiere Tour), Hamlet (Ludlow Festival Theatre), As You Like It (Vienna English Theatre).

TV & Film credits include: Stella, Hinterland / Y Gwyll, Da Vinci’s Demons, Pobol y Cwm, Stepping Up, Gwaith Cartref, Zanzibar,Torchwood, Emyn Roc a Rôl, Not Getting Any, All My Happy Friends and Very Annie Mary.

Llinos has toured extensively in America as a soloist and harpist with the Black Mountain Male Chorus of Wales.


Daniel Lloyd

Daniel was raised in Rhosllannerchrugog and trained at East 15 Acting School.
He now lives in Llandyrnog, Denbighshire with his wife Elen and their two children. He has recently completed a year long West End run of Roddy Doyle’s The Commitments at The Palace Theatre, directed by Jamie Lloyd. He played the leading role of Deco on many occasions, covered five roles in total and met his musi- cal heroes Brian May and Paul McCartney.

Theatre credits include: Little Shop of Horrors, Tom: The Tom Jones Musical (UK no: 1 tour) As You Like It (Ludlow and Stafford castle) Some Like It Hotter (Nationwide Tour) Mods and Rox (The New Wolsey Theatre), Deffro’r Gwanwyn/Spring Awakening a New Mu- sical (Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru/Elen Bowman). Gluscabi, Melangell, The Princess and the Hunter, Me, a Giant! for Theatr na n’Og, The Comedy of Errors (Stafford Festival Shakespeare) and Romeo & Juliet for Bitesize Theatre.

Clwyd Theatr Cymru Credits include: Little Shop of Horrors, The Hub, The Taming Of The Shrew, Animal Farm, Yesterday, The Suicide, Tales From Small Nations, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and 12 consecutive rock n roll pantos inc. Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin, Robin Hood & The Babes in The Wood, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Beauty & The Beast and two portions of Dick.

Dan worked for Disney on the Muppets Most Wanted movie at Pinewood studios (he got to meet & work with Kermit, Fozzie and Animal in the flesh!)

Television credits include: Will (9th floor Productions for the USA market) directed by Shekar Kapoor and written by Moulin Rouge writer Craig Pearce ASRA (S4C) (Dau Dŷ a Ni, Mici in Tipyn o Stad, Dafydd Meirion in A470 (ITV,) and in a num- ber of short films.

Dan is a professional signed guitarist/singer-songwriter/ multi-instrumentalist and has had success with his first solo studio album Tro Ar Fyd reaching no 3 in BBC Radio Cymru’s chart. He is a regular on Welsh television and radio performing his own songs. Appearances include: Wedi 3, Ar Gamera, Yr Ystafell Fyw, Trac, Gofod, Bro, Bryn Terfel’s Gwyl Y Faenol, Pws, Wedi 7, Noson Lawen, Nodyn, Uned 5, Bandit and many more. Daniel recently wrote, performed and produced the music for the Welsh tv pro- gramme ASRA... he can also be seen in this series playing the role of EMS the com- puter! He has also recently dipped a toe into the world of directing by becoming an assistant director with theatr na n’Og on The Ghost of Morfa Colliery which is currently ap- pearing in the Dylan Thomas Theatre in Swansea. He also fronts the Welsh band Daniel Lloyd a Mr Pinc who have released several Welsh language recordings and have toured extensively over the past 10 years. A career highlight of theirs was a performance at the Bryn Terfel Faenol festival in 2008.


Mr Church

Kieran Bailey

Kieran has been playing piano and drums from an early age. He began to take an interest in singing and acting in his late teens before going on to study drum kit and percussion at London's DrumTech.

Over the last five years he has worked professionally in studio recording, live music and theatre.

His musical credits include: Charlotte Church recording of EPs 1,2,3 and 4 along with the 2012/13 tour of UK, US and Canada including dates at SXSW Festival in Texas, Canadian Music Week in Toronto and live sessions for Billboard in New York, Rhydian Roberts (X Factor), Steve Balsamo, Magenta (Best Album and Best Live Band at CRS Awards 2009), Jamie Smith's Mabon (European Tour 2010), Sion Russell Jones (UK Tour 2012), P&O Cruise Ship Pit Band Drummer for Oriana, Oceana and Artemis ships (backing artists including Jimmy James, Bobby Crush and Headliners Theatre Company), Christina Booth (Album recording and Launch 2010), Avenue Q Pit Band (Welsh premiere 2013), RENT Pit Band (Welsh Premiere 2010), Claire Simone (Burning Album 2008), The Semantics (Album 2012) plus many more. Kieran has also worked extensively as a Piano/Vocal entertainer for Don Jones and Border Leisure agencies whilst still finding time to play with his function band Face Value and write his own music. He released his first single and music video "Weekend Rock and Roll Star" in 2012 written about his experiences of working as an entertainer around the South Wales club circuit.

TV/DVD/Radio Credits: Role of "Dai Substantial" in pilot episode of Fontygary (BBC3), Can i Gymru (S4C), Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol (S4C), Twrw Yn Y Ty (S4C), Magenta Live at Realworld Studios DVD, Water Tower Music Video for Charlotte Church, Wonderous Stories Music Video for Magenta, Radio Presenter on Rhondda Radio FM, Live music sessions for Roy Noble Show (BBC Radio Wales), Rhydian (S4C), TOM promo video.

Theatre Credits: Role of Chris Slade in TOM A story of Tom Jones (Theatr na nÓg) Role of Keith in Jackie the Musical (Gardyne Theatre, Dundee), Role of Domestos in Sleeping Beauty Pantomime (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich), Role of Chris in TOM Workshop (Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff).


Barnaby Southgate

Barnaby is a professional musician with over 10 years experience in the Music, Film and Theatre industry. His work ranges from Performing, Arranging, Conducting and Musically Directing to Teaching, Producing and Composing. Recent successes include recording on the soundtrack for Nina Gantz's BAFTA Award winning film 'Edmond,' arranging and recording Grammy Award winning songwriter Amy Wadge's music for 'The Eye of The Storm,' and a 2 year West End appearance in Jamie Lloyd's 'The Commitments' in which Barnaby originated the role of James Clifford.

Barnaby studied classical piano from an early age in his home city of Oxford. His great uncle, Herbert Sumsion, was a renowned English composer and as such Barnaby grew up in a musical environment drawing greatly from his Grandmother's experience as a classical violinist and his father's experience as a lounge/jazz pianist. Barnaby later went on to train as an Actor at The Oxford School of Drama, before studying Actor Musicianship at Rose Bruford College.


Huw Blainey

Theatre Credits include:
Boy/Cricket/Uncle Hendreary in The Borrowers (Sherman Theatre), Sebastian/Trinculo/Musician in The Tempest (Taking Flight), Cei/Prince Frederick in The Snow Queen (Theatre by the Lake), Boy in The Borrowers (New Vic Theatre) Macbyrd (The Rude Mechanical Theatre Company), Lleuad yn Olau (Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch), Tyltyl in The Blue Bird (Living Pictures)

TV Credit include:
Stephen Gibson in Gwaith/Cartref (Fiction Factory Films) and Keen Employee in Wales' World Cup Qualifiers Promo (S4C).

Choral singer credits include:
BBC Proms 2012 with the National Youth Choir of Wales, Welcome to Wales 2010, the Ryder Cup celebration concert at the Millennium Stadium with Only Boys Aloud!.

Training: Rose Bruford College

Production Team

Lighting Designer

Elanor Higgins

Sound Designer

Mike Beer

Musical Director and Arranger

Barnaby Southgate

AV Designer

Andy Pike


Maggie Rawlinson

Voice Coach

Emma Stevens-Johnson

Production Manager

Geraint Chinnock


Carl Davies


Geinor Styles

Music and Lyrics

Amy Wadge


Geinor Styles

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