We’re delighted to announce our cast for Peril at Sea.
Martha – Káitlin A Feeney
Káitlin’s recent theatre credits include Therese Raquin, The Killing of Charles Bravo, The World’s Wife and Meeting At 33, which received 5* reviews at both the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe Festivals. She is also a voice artist specialising in documentaries and children’s books and recently was the voice over for a short film for Vogue and provided character voices for a new app, Floaty Island.
Feature films include City of Tiny Lights and short films include The Rooms of Eleanor and Crackdown. Commercials include Lloyds Bank and yes, the horses were really there!
Recently Káitlin has been working on educational videos for Pearson Publishing.
Káitlin has a passion for new writing and works with writers and directors at Southwark Playhouse and The Park Theatre developing scripts as part of DCTheatre.
When there is time Káitlin also works as a photographer for Howdydoodydoris specialising in rehearsal and publicity images for stage shows. She also photographs events and, when she’s not being a diva, her 12-year-old Westie Doris.
Káitlin is delighted to be part of Peril at Sea and is looking forward to taking the production to rural communities.
Isaac – Andrew Forbes
Andrew’s theatre credits include: The Real Thing in the West End; national tours of The Third Man, Macbeth and Tales of Toad Hall; A Man For All Seasons and Dick Whittington for York Theatre Royal; The Vortex for Manchester Library Theatre; A New Adam & Eve for Basingstoke Haymarket; Anne of Green Gables for Ipswich Wolsey; Twelfth Night for The English Theatre in Hamburg; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Taming of the Shrew, The Tempest, Hay Fever, The Country Wife, Time & Time Again, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing for Kent Rep; Arms & The Man, Jenny and Meet Me By Moonlight for Pitlochry Festival Theatre; Arden of Faversham and A Trick To Catch The Old One for Theatre Clwyd and Antony and Cleopatra for The Bridewell in London.
His appearances on TV include: Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Silent Witness, Law & Order, Doctors, Eastenders, Hollyoaks, The Mimic, Lykke (Denmark), Doctors, Poirot, Bad Girls, Hotel Babylon, Keen Eddie (USA), The Courtroom, The Cry, Starhunter (Canada/USA), Dr Who, The Bill, Lovejoy, Bergerac, The New Statesman, The Hello Girls, Birds Of A Feather, Don’t Wait Up, A Vote For Hitler, Strike It Rich (series I and II), Supergran and Shoestring.
Film work: Bronson, Incognito, Duel Of Hearts, Sitting Targets and Clay’s Redemption.
Andrew also works as a writer, including episodes of Doctors for BBC TV, and The Calling for Green Room Theatre.
Andrew trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama.
Andrew is looking forward to exploring maritime Britain with a new piece of drama themed around the coastal community and touring to many different kinds of venues.
Bobby – Alex Scott Fairley
Alex most recently appeared at Pitlochry Festival Theatre as Mary Sunshine in Chicago, James Joyce in Travesties, and Lieutenant Spicer in Quality Street. In previous seasons there he has appeared in High Society, Absurd Person Singular, People, The Ruling Class, A Chorus of Disapproval, Lady Windermere’s Fan and Hello, Dolly!
His other credits include Round The Horne (Apollo Theatre); The Shakespeare Revue, (UK Tour); Stiles and Drewe’s The Three Little Pigs (UK Tour); Blood Brothers (Phoenix); Flahooley! and Mexican Hayride (Sadler’s Wells); Enjoy! (York Theatre Royal); A Capital Affair (Vienna’s English Theatre); Doctor Faustus (Creation, Oxford); Pool (Brockley Jack); The Tempest (Winchester Theatre Royal); Alice in Wonderland, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Two Gentlemen of Verona and The Merry Wives of Windsor (Guildford Shakespeare Company); The Way To Keep Him (Artifice). His German-language credits include Was Ihr Wollt and Romeo und Julia (Openhouse, Vienna). As a puppeteer he worked on Midnight (Peacock, London); and Monstersaurus (UK Tour) and has toured the USA with The Gruffalo, The Gruffalo’s Child, Room On The Broom and Pigeon Party! He has also played eight different villains, male and female, for Millfield Theatre’s annual pantomime.
Alex studied English at Jesus College, Oxford, and he still works as a proof-reader and translator, for everyone from Volkswagen to the University of Bern. His translation work for the stage includes Der Grüffelo for Junges Theater, Bonn.
Alex is really looking forward to being part of Peril At Sea; even though the mountains are his natural environment, he equally enjoys being on the water! He loves to share stories and myths, especially when it means getting to explore new and exciting places up and down the country!