COHU lucy - high resLucy Cohu plays Louise. Theatre credits include A Delicate Balance (Almeida Theatre), Broken Glass (Tricycle Theatre) An Enemy of the People (Sheffield Crucible), Speaking in Tongues (Duke of York’s Theatre), School for Scandal (English Touring Theatre), and Pride and Prejudice (Manchester Royal Exchange). Her extensive television credits include the new series of Maigretfor ITV, her recurring role in Ripper Street, Broadchurch, George Gently, Atlantis, Citizen Charlie, Upstairs Downstairs, Silent Witness, Forgiven (International Emmy Award for Best Actress), The Queen’s Sister (BAFTA nomination for Best Actress). Film credits include The Face of An Angel, Becoming Jane and Gosford Park.

Headshot 3Lorne MacFadyen plays Walter. Lorne graduated from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2015. Theatre credits include Paul Bright’s Confessions of a Justified Sinner (National Theatre of Scotland), Antigone (Random Act Theatre Company), and Crush (Traverse Theatre). Television and film credits include Grantchester, Shetland: Blue Lighting, The Angel’s Share, A Cuillin Rising, Foxy and Marina and Exchange and Mart.

MERRELLS Jason - colourJason Merrells plays Stanley. Theatre credits include Twelve Angry Men (West End), Twelfth Night and The Comedy of Errors (Royal Shakespeare Company), Saved (Bolton Octagon – Manchester Evening News Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role), The Long and the Short and the Tall (Sheffield Lyceum) and Measure for Measure (UK Tour). Television credits include Agatha Raisin, Death in Paradise, Lark Rise To Candleford, Waterloo Road, Where The Heart Is, Cutting It, Clocking Off, Fat Friends and Queer As Folk. Film credits include The Jealous God, Do Not Disturb and A Small Obsession.

Tom Morley colourTom Morley plays Clive. Theatre includes Pitcairn (Chichester and tour), and The Comedy of Errors (National Theatre Studio). Television credits include The Musketeers, Father Brown and Downton Abbey.


Terenia EdwardsTerenia Edwards plays Pamela. She graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama in June 2015. Upon leaving drama school she joined The Stephen Joseph Theatre to play the role of Baba in Sir Alan Ayckbourn’s new play Hero’s Welcome. Theatre whilst training includes:, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Babe in Piggies, Lady Fidget in The Country Wife, Electra in The Oresteia, Lavinia in Titus Andronicus, Phebe in As You Like It, Cherie in Bus Stop, and Irina in The Three Sisters.

Five Finger Exercise is Terenia’s London debut.

Jamie Glover‘s recent directing credits include Miss Julie and Black Comedy (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Dumb Waiter (Print Room), A Voyage Round My Father at Salisbury Playhouse, Single Spies and Educating Rita at the Watermill in Newbury, and a UK tour of Measure for Measure. His many stage credits as an actor include An Ideal Husband and If Only (Chichester Festival Theatre), Donkey’s Years (Rose Theatre), Noises Off (The Old Vic and West End), The Chalk Garden (Donmar Warehouse), Come Blow Your Horn (Manchester Royal Exchange), All’s Well That Ends Well, The Roman Actor and Edward III (Royal Shakespeare Company) and The Man Who Had All The Luck (Sheffield Crucible). His television credits include playing deputy head Andrew Treneman in Waterloo Road.


Andrew D Edwards has previously designed The Dumb Waiter for The Print Room. Other Theatre includes Plaques and Tangles, Who Cares (Royal Court), Impossible (West End), The House of Bernarda Alba (Comédie-Française), As You Like It (Shakespeare’s Globe), Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare’s Globe/World Tour), Miss Julie/Black Comedy (Chichester Minerva Theatre), Running Wild, The Hundred and One Dalmatians (Chichester Festival Theatre), Blue Remembered Hills, Playhouse Creatures and Fred’s Diner (Theatre on the Fly), The Life and Times of Fanny Hill (Bristol Old Vic), Donny’s Brain (Hampstead Theatre), Les Parents Terribles (Donmar Warehouse Season at Trafalgar Studios), Backbeat (West End/Toronto/Los Angeles), A Voyage Around My Father (Salisbury Playhouse), Measure For Measure (Theatre Royal Plymouth/UK Tour), Jesus Christ Superstar (Madrid/European Tour), Single Spies, Heroes, Educating Rita and Lettice and Lovage (Watermill Theatre), Quiz Show (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh), No, It Was You (Arcola Theatre),The Increased Difficulty of Concentration (Gate Theatre). Dance includes Nanny McPhee (London Children’s Ballet, Peacock Theatre),


Lighting designer Johanna Town is an Associate Artist for Theatre 503, and she has been nominated for several design awards for her work. Theatre credits include designs for the Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Manchester Royal Exchange, Chichester Festival Theatre, Sheffield Theatres, English Touring Theatre, Headlong Theatre, and extensive designs for productions for Out of Joint, at the Royal Court Theatre and in the West End.


Peter Rice‘s future sound designs include The Barbarians (Young Vic) and The Deep Blue Sea (National Theatre). As Associate Sound Designer, his credits include Emil And The Detectives at the National Theatre, where he has worked as Senior Sound Technician for the Olivier Theatre. Peter received the Manchester Theatre Award for Best Design for Hard Times. Other theatre credits include designs for Sheffield, Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Chichester Festival Theatre, the Manchester International Festival, Hull Truck and the Manchester Royal Exchange, where Peter was previously Deputy Head of Sound.