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Rosey Cale

Rosey Cale is an actor and country pop singer-songwriter from Pembrokeshire, South Wales.

Rosey trained in Acting at the University of Wales Trinity St Davids and shortly afterwards released her debut EP, ‘Creating Images’. Whilst her music takes influence from timeless country its contemporary production and sharp pop hooks will appeal to fans of Taylor Swift, Sara Bareilles and Kelsea Ballerini.
After a professional acting debut in Theatr na nÓg’s Just Jump (2017 & 2018) Rosey played the lead role of Emmie in award-winning musical Eye Of The Storm.


Dan Miles

Dan trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and regularly tours internationally as a member of Frankie’s Guys: A Celebration of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.

Theatre credits: Word Gets Around (RCT Theatres), The All Male Iolanthe, The All Male Mikado, Peter Pan Children of Eden (Union Theatre London) Grease, Princess Phylida’s Fortnight (Tristan Bates Theatre), Hansel & Gretel (Gate Theatre Cardiff) Jack & The Beanstalk (RCT Theatres).


Llinos Daniel

Llinos trained at Royal Holloway University of London and Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. TV credits include: Hinterland/Y Gwyll (Hinterland Films), Zanzibar, Emyn Roc a Rôl (S4C), Pobol y Cwm, Stepping Up and Torchwood (BBC). Llinos has toured extensively across America as a Soloist & Harpist - her albums include Themes & Dreams of Wales.

Theatre credits include: National Theatre Wales, Vienna’s English Theatre, Wales Theatre Company, Theatr Clwyd, Lighthouse Theatre in South America and Sherman Theatre. She has performed with Theatr na nÓg on several productions, including Eye of the Storm in Hong Kong. Following this UK Tour, Llinos will then appear in A Prayer for Wings directed by Sean Mathias at the King’s Head Theatre, London.


Caitlin McKee

Caitlin trained in performing arts at Trinity St Davids in Carmarthen, and Wilkes University in Pennsylvania, before going on to study for an MA in Musical Theatre at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Here she was awarded The Worshipful Livery Company of Wales - Excellence in Musical Theatre Award.

TV and Theatre credits: Warren (BBC1), Eye of the Storm (Theatr na nÓg), My Lands Shore (All Star Productions), Cysgun Brysur (Arad Goch), A Tribute to Dame Shirley Bassey, Casualty (BBC).

Mr Church / Chris

Kieran Bailey

Kieran is an actor and musician with a passion for percussion. He has recorded, played and toured with a host of well-known names in music, and has worked professionally in theatre for many years.

Music credits: Charlotte Church EPs 1,2,3 and 4 Rhydian Roberts (X Factor), Steve Balsamo, Magenta (Best Album and Best Live Band at CRS Awards), Jamie Smith's Mabon (European Tour), Sion Russell Jones (UK Tour)
Theatre credits: White Feather, TOM: A story of Tom Jones (Theatr na nÓg) Jackie the Musical (Gardyne Theatre, Dundee), Sleeping Beauty (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich), TOM Workshop (Wales Millennium Centre).


Dan Bottomley

Dan is an actor, writer, composer and sound designer, who trained at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA). He made his Hong Kong debut with Theatr na nÓg in January 2019.

Theatre credits: Moll Flanders (Colchester Mercury), Oberon's Cure (Rude Mechanicals Theatre Co.); The Demon 
Headmaster (BEAM Festival 2018/Theatre Royal Stratford East); Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin (City Varieties Music Hall); The Ladykillers, Hello, Dolly!, Single 
Spies, Lady Windermere’s Fan, A Chorus Of Disapproval (Pitlochry Festival Theatre), Cinderella (Theatr Clwyd Cymru); Pinocchio (Hiccup/Derby Theatre and 
Leicester Curve); The Ballad of Rudy (Goblin), Hamlet (Young Shakespeare Co.). 

Griff / Ched

James William Pattison

James trained as an Actor Musician at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Theatre Credits include: Harry in The Hired Man (UK Tour); Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk (Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch); Andrej in Once (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich and Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch); Shipyard Worker/Swing/Musician in The Last Ship (UK Tour and Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto); Jamie in My Fair Lady (The Mill at Sonning); Will in The State Of Things (Brockley Jack Theatre); Orlando in As You Like It (Mountview); Abraham in The Nativity (Mountview); General Haig in Oh What A Lovely War (Mountview).

Tomos (and Musical Director)

Barnaby Southgate

Barnaby is a professional musician with over 10 years experience in the music, film and theatre industries. His work ranges from Performing, Arranging, Conducting and Musically Directing to Teaching, Producing and Composing.
Barnaby studied classical piano from an early age before going on to train as an actor at The Oxford School of Drama, and Actor Musicianship at Rose Bruford College.

Credits: recording on the soundtrack for Nina Gantz's BAFTA winning film Edmond, arranging and recording Grammy Award winning songwriter Amy Wadge's music for Eye of The Storm, Jamie Lloyd's The Commitments in which Barnaby originated the role of James Clifford.

Production Team

Sound Design

Mike Beer

Lighting Design

Elanor Higgins

Musical Director

Barnaby Southgate

AV Designer

Andy Pike


Carl Davies

Production Manager

Geraint Chinnock

Advance Sound Engineer

Gareth Brierly

Advance AV Engineer

Paul Brown

Technical Stage Manager

Jon Cox

Sound Engineer

Matt Gibson

Assistant Stage and Technical Manager

Mara Hoernschemeyer

Assistant Production Manager

Lefi Jones

Assistant Director

Daniel Lloyd

Stage Manager

Alison Palmer


Maggie Rawlinson


Writer and Director

Geinor Styles

Born in Merthyr Tydfil, Geinor attended the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and started her career teaching drama in California.
Geinor became Artistic Director of Theatr na nÓg in 1998 and since then has directed over 30 productions for the company. Her writing and direction reflect a warmth of character and love of storytelling, particularly of stories rooted in Wales. Her work for Theatr na nÓg has accumulated numerous awards over the years and been performed everywhere from Brazil to Hong Kong.

Music and Lyrics

Amy Wadge

Grammy winner Amy Wadge is one of the UK’s most prolific contemporary songwriters. Amy’s most notable success to date comes from her long established writing partnership with Ed Sheeran, with whom she co-wrote hit single Thinkin’ Out Loud. Closer to home, Amy has twice won Best Female Artist at the Welsh Music Awards, the first time ahead of Charlotte Church and the second ahead of Cerys Matthews. More recently she has enchanted TV audiences with her soulful soundtrack to the BBC Drama Keeping Faith.

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