16 Feb New Faces at R&V Management!
2017 is already looking to be an exciting year for Rogues and Vagabonds Management, we are delighted to introduce you to our newest and wonderfully talented new clients:
After 3 years at university studying drama and theatre, Georgia did her 2 year post graduate training in acting at Drama Studio London. Most recently Georgia has been working with West Avenue Theatre Company on their new writing nights at The Waterloo East theatre and has just finished performing at the Southwark Playhouse in Half – a play about Brexit! Her strengths certainly lie in the physical side – very fit and active and confident dancer, with a lot of contemporary dance experience. Georgia loves to work with meaty texts whether that be classical or modern!
For more information click here for Georgia’s Spotlight CV.
Jack Gouldborne is a promising young talent, having recently appeared on stage in ‘Cargo’ at the Arcola Theatre as well as playing Dan in a rehearsed reading of Dead Dog by Tom Harvey with Soho Create.
Jack also Speaks Bulgarian, a great at cycling and skiing, while also being able to sing Tenor and Baritone.
For more information click here for Jack’s Spotlight CV.
Ashlea is an actor and theatre maker, based in London. With a wealth of experience and huge passion for Shakespeare, she co-founded the all-female Shakespeare Company ‘Smooth Faced Gentlemen’ in 2012.
Recent theatre credits include: Vera in Think of England (Ugly Duck), Iago in Othello (Underbelly, Edinburgh & Greenwich Theatre) Marcus & Demetrius in Titus Andronicus (Pleasance, Edinburgh & Greenwich Theatre) and Juliet in Romeo & Juliet (New Diorama). Ashlea was a member of the NYT and has completed LAMDA examinations in ‘Verse & Prose’ and ‘Acting’ up to Gold Medal standard.
For more information click here for Ashlea’s Spotlight CV.
Lucy Ford is an ALRA graduate, Grade 8 trained singer and Grade 6 Clarinet player, with skills in sight reading.
Lucy will soon be appearing next at the Bread and Roses theatre in the UK premiere of Marcel Dornay’s award winning play, ‘Fractions’ on 14th February. Keen and skilled sportswoman, particularly in hockey and tennis.
First degree in History of Art. Speak Spanish (conversational) and Italian (basic) Interest in Shakespeare and recently worked with Globe director Caroline Byrne on a re-imagining of ‘The Two Gentlemen of Verona’.
In my spare time enjoy travelling, photography and hunting out obscure coffee shops…
For more information click here for Lucy’s Spotlight CV.
Charlotte is a recent Graduate from her Masters Degree at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. Most recently she starred in ‘Stupid Cupid’ a farcical musical comedy that she wrote for her final project at ALRA. She is hoping to take it to fringe venues this year. Charlotte is a Northern Actress with a Southern base, she can sing, jet ski and kayak.
For more information click here for Charlotte’s Spotlight CV.
Virginia is a very versatile leading actress with experience of theatre, film, voice over and commercials.A native Northerner, Virginia spent some childhood years in France. She has a base in Haute Savoie where she enjoys skiing. She also shoots 2.2 rifles. Her showreel, voice clips, more photos and reviews can be found on her website: www.virginabyron.com
For more information click here for Virginia’s Spotlight CV.
Clark Alexander is a 2014 graduate from Drama Studio London.
Since graduating, Clark has worked constantly for nearly 3 years, 2016 was an exciting year for Clark, performing in two shows at the Rose Playhouse over summer. The first was a 5 star show of Much Ado About Nothing shortly after performing in Ben Jonson’s “The Alchemist”. Then over the Christmas period playing Scrooge & Dickens in A Christmas Carol with Hobgoblin Theatre.
Originally from Glasgow but has lived in London for over 10 years. Clark is also highly skilled in both guitar and ukulele and possesses bass/baritone vocal range.