Cast

Candela Gomez (Paloma)

Candela Gomez (Paloma)

Born is Spain, Candela did all her acting training and studies in Madrid, as well as her first acting jobs in theatre and short films. Thanks to studying in a British school from a very early age, she speaks perfect English. As well as acting, she enjoys dancing, singing, painting and writing as other ways of artistic expression.

Tristam Summers (Barney)

Tristam Summers (Barney)

Tristam Summers is currently appearing in Eastenders but is also known for his work on TV's Hollyoaks, and Lewis, and also upcoming cinema releases Tin Holiday and Aux. He's an all round action guy - and he also plays several musical instruments, including the trumpet!

Ben Freeman (Gavin)

Ben Freeman (Gavin)

Ben first came to prominence for his parts in Grange Hill and then in ITV's Emmerdale as Scott Windsor. After leaving the soap he embarked on a successful career in musical theatre and has since played several leading roles in London's West End (Legally Blonde, Dreamboats and Petticoats). Most recently Ben has been playing the lead part of Brad in The Rocky Horror Show. In 2015 he filmed the lead role in an independent Sci-fi Noir film currently titled "The Dark Channel" and scheduled for release in 2016.

Martin Trenaman (Sean)

Martin Trenaman (Sean)

English comedy writer and actor, who has contributed to many modern comedy series, and well known for playing Alan Cooper in The Inbetweeners.

Jaime Pujol (Enrique)

Jaime Pujol (Enrique)

Jaime Pujol is perhaps most famous for his role as Chief Inspector Andrew Casqueiro in the hit series EL COMISARIO that ran for ten years in Spain, and another hit series AMAR ES PARA SIEMPRE. His numerous film roles include leads in PERDONA SI TE LLAMO AMOR and DESÁTATE. Jaime is not only an actor but also a playwright, theater director and poet. He’s also been Coordinator of the Department of Arts of the Palau de la Música in Valencia, Director of the Institute of Theatre Nuria Espert, Director of the Acting School of Valencia and Artistic Director of Shakespeare Foundation of Spain.

Diego Braguinsky (Antonio)

Diego Braguinsky (Antonio)

Diego is a Spanish actor and scriptwriter, well known for his work in TV series and TV movies and in the theatre. He's also much loved as a children's TV presenter. His best known performances have been in el Gran Vázquez, and Agua con Sal.

Luing Andrews (Gangster)

Luing Andrews (Gangster)

Not only a LAMDA-trained actor, but also a stunt man, writer, and guardian angel and face of Motor Cycle News.

Crew

Jonathan Hall

Jonathan HallWriter

Jonathan is a regular writer on BBC 1 drama DOCTORS (25 episodes, and nominated for Best Episode at the 2008 Soap Awards). He co-wrote the multi-award winning feature film script FIREWORKS currently in pre-production with Young Films, to shoot in March 2017. He has written several other screenplays, most of which have been shortlisted for various prestigious awards. He also writes for TV and his work has been optioned by STV, Sprout, ITV Studios, etc. He has also written and produced multi-award-winning short films: IN THE MOOD (2006 - a comedy starring Kelly Brook, and supported by the UK Film Council); MR THORNTON’S CHANGE OF HEART (2008 - starring Nickolas Grace and Annette Badland and Directed by NIC CORNWALL); and ME OR THE DOG (starring Martin Clunes). Jonathan also wrote a World Cup Monologue that was performed by Johnny Vegas on Radio 5 Live. Jonathan lives between London and a small remote mountain village in Spain.

Nic Cornwall

Nic CornwallDirector

Nic is a multi-award winning writer and director who has been working in the film industry for over thirty years, giving him considerable experience as both a writer and director on a wide variety of projects and disciplines. Among his many corporate clients are; Williams F1, HSBC, Royal Bank of Scotland, JP Morgan, John Lewis, Mothercare, L’Oreal, Network Rail, Tower Hamlets Council, Renault, Everything Everywhere and Shell. His television work includes writing for BBC TV drama ‘DOCTORS’, directing on SKY TV drama, ‘DREAM TEAM’, and providing factual webisodes, virals and an extensive behind-the-scenes documentary for the BBC TV series ‘BONE KICKERS’. Although unproduced as a feature film script writer he has been optioned many times and has had Sean Connery, Paul Nicholls and Timothy Spall attached to his screenplays. This background in writing is reflected in his passion for narrative in films, ensuring that the performance and the story shine through as much as the visuals.

Alex Metcalfe

Alex MetcalfeDOP

In the early 1990’s Alex Metcalfe studied Fine Art Photography at Sir John Faculty in London. During this period he exhibited work in combined shows at Festival Hall (London) and Hayes Galleria (London) as well being published in The Observer newspaper and trade magazines. In 1994 he completed a Ba (Hons) in Photography, Film and Video from Westminster University. After working on a broad range of television shows and short films Alex shot his first feature film ‘Asylum’ (‘The Refuge’ in North America) in 2003. Since then he has shot numerous commercials, documentaries, comedy dramas, and 3 more features. His films and commercials have won a wide variety of awards including multiple gold Promax and a BAFTA Cymru (2014) for ‘Best Feature’.

Joe Rose

Joe RoseMusical Director

Joe is a multi instrumentalist freelance composer/musician from Sheffield. Joe has had a long career in the music industry. After leaving school he went straight into Steelworks studio in Sheffield where he wrote and recorded for two years with Tim Lever of Dead Or Alive. This led on to Joe's first band The Guild being signed to Island Records and to the release of their single Till I'm Dust . Till I'm Dust was used in the soundtrack for the film Doghouse and has become a bench mark in Joe's career. Joe's next signing was with Warner Brothers Music as a singer song writer. This period was spent mostly in London writing and recording with a wide range of artists and companies. A highlight for Joe was having a music video produced and directed by Nick Park, creator of Wallace and Gromit for Plain Song, one of Nick's eight choices on Radio 4's Desert Island Discs. In 2012 Joe's song Everything You Need was the soundtrack for the last closing montage for the BBC's broadcast of the 2012 Olympics. Joe continues to create big, fun, anthemic, sweet, eclectic music.

Anthony Thompson

Anthony ThompsonMusical Director

Anthony is one of the busiest trumpeters in the North of England! As a freelance musician, he has performed (often as principal trumpet) with most of our major orchestras, such as the Hallé, RLPO, CBSO and Royal Northern Sinfonia. In 2008 Anthony was appointed principal trumpet of Sinfonia ViVA and since 2002 he has been principal trumpet and soloist with the New English Orchestra. As a session musician, Anthony has played on recordings with artists as diverse as Norman Wisdom, Barbara Windsor, Claire Sweeney, Shirley Bassey, Native And The Name, Delirious? and Gorillaz amongst many others, His three albums of varied Classical works are available on digital download websites. Highlights of live performance include playing with Steve Winwood, duetting with Sting and performing for Pope Benedict XVI! As a soloist, Anthony has toured extensively throughout the UK, USA, Holland and Brazil, and has appeared in Norway, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Switzerland and Italy. In the summers of 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2012 Anthony performed substantial solo works with the New English Orchestra at the Salzburg Festival, returning in 2014 to premiere a new composition written especially for him.