Stephen Agnew is from Swords, North County Dublin and trained at Colaiste Dhulaigh, Dublin and Kingston University, London. Theatre credits include, A Skull in Connemara (White Bear Theatre), My Bedsit Window (Theatre Upstairs), What’s Left Over (Focus Theatre), His Film credits include, The Loneliest Boy in the World (FAE Film), House Hack (Forge Films), Peter and Wendy (ITV), Carnage (BBC). TV credits include, Hard Sun (BBC), Wild Bill (ITV), Whitstable Pearl (Acorn TV), Hollyoak’s (CH4), Hypsteries (Wolf Pack).
Alec Bennie is delighted to be working with Barry and Optik Theatre in the Script Room once again. Previous appearances include Very Dark Waters in 2017 and Very Special Murderers in 2016. Alec’s first appearance with Optik Theatre was in the Gertrude Jennings double bill Five Birds in a Cage and The New Poor for the WW1 Centenary.
Neve Doyle is an award-winning Irish actor, living and working in the UK for over 20 years, and has appeared on stage and screen both in the UK and Ireland. She studied Drama at Trinity College Dublin and completed her acting training at The Poor School in London. Neve last appeared on stage in this year’s U.K. tour of Hillary Bonner’s new crime drama, Dead Lies.
Bryan Moriarty is a Dublin born actor currently based in London where he trained at LAMDA. Film/TV credits include Huey for Timere Films (2020), Almost Never CBBC/Saltbeef TV (2019). Stage credits include Rapture (2022) Pleasance Theatre, Kindred Spirits Jack Studio Theatre (2022), The Milman’s On his Way Brighton Fringe (2019), Appearing in THE WONDER (Netflix/ Element Pictures), that premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival this autumn
Lily Rogers Lily graduated from ArtsEd in 2017. This is Lily’s third appearance n The Script Room and with a passion for new writing Lily has appeared in Chitta Vritti (The Cockpit) and Design Her (The Bunker Theatre). In 2019, she toured with Vienna’s English Theatre in Sean Aita’s adaptation of The Little Prince. Her recent screen work has included: A Guide To Life (Peninsula Films) and Propositioned On Instagram: The Dark Side Of Influencing (BBC).