SURANNE JONES as Sandra

Suranne's theatre credits include TOP GIRLS (Chichester Festival Theatre & West End); A FEW GOOD MEN (Theatre Royal Haymarket) with Rob Lowe which received Theatregoers' Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress; BLITHE SPIRIT and TERMS OF ENDEARMENT.

Recent television work includes two series of the hugely popular SCOTT & BAILEY with Lesley Sharpe for ITV1 and the thriller THE SECRET OF CRICKLEY HALL a three-part series for BBC1.

She has filmed three series of the spoof detective series A TOUCH OF CLOTH for Sky 1 with John Hannah.

Other television work includes DR WHO for which Suranne received acclaim for her portrayal of Idris, a humanoid incarnation of the iconic Tardis, the critically applauded UNFORGIVEN for ITV; VINCENT with Ray Winstone; FIVE DAYS; DEAD CLEVER; STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL; SINGLE FATHER and CORONATION STREET in which she played the unforgettable Karen McDonald.

Suranne is currently filming a third series of SCOTT & BAILEY which is due to transmit this spring on ITV1.

Her Awards and Nominations:

2004: British Soap Award for Best Actress & National Television Award for Most Popular Actress; 2005: British Soap Award for Best Actress & Theatregoers' Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress; 2009: Nominated for Times Breakthrough Award – South Bank Show & Nominated for Royal Television Society Award – Best Actor; 2010: Nominated for National Television Award – Outstanding Drama Performance & TV Choice Award – Best Actress; 2011: Royal Television Society Award – Best Performance in a Drama & Nominated for National Televison Award – Best Female Drama Performance; 2012 Nominated for National Television Award – Best Female Drama Performance.

ZARAAH ABRAHAMS as Leah

Zaraah trained at the Italia Conti Academy.

Television credits include: Daysha Kay in SCOTT AND BAILEY (ITV); Cass in BEDLAM (Red Productions); Michaela White in WATERLOO ROAD RE-UNITED (BBC); series regular Michaela White in WATERLOO ROAD (BBC1); Joanne Jackson in CORONATION STREET (ITV); Magda in GIRLS IN LOVE (2 series for ITV); THERE'S A VIKING IN MY BED (BBC 1).

Theatre includes: A DAY AT THE RASCISTS (UK Tour); VAGINA MONOLOGUES (UK Tour).

Film includes: Luce in BLACK GIRL IN PARIS (Cultivated Films); Clarissa in PAYBACK SEASON; PUSH THE BUTTON; HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS.

Zaraah was also a finalist in DANCING ON ICE for ITV.

OLIVER FARNWORTH as Tony

Oliver is a graduate of Bristol Old Vic.

Television includes: Regular Will Hacket in HOLLYOAKS (Lime Pictures); Nev Cartwright in THE ROYAL (Yorkshire Television) and Tom Davis in DOCTORS (BBC).

Theatre includes: Bloke in LONDON PLAYS: LONDON TONGUE (Old Red Lion); Edmund in THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE (Redgrave Theatre); Simon in JACK AND THE BEANSTALK (Cresset Theatre, Peterborough); Arthur in SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDAY MORNING (Harrogate Theatre and Oldham Coliseum), Lysander in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (British Shakespeare Company); Lorenzo in MERCHANT OF VENICE (for the Changeling Theatre Company); Jud in KES (Liverpool Playhouse and UK Tour); HOLDING THE MAN (Trafalgar Studios); Rudolpho in A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE (Theatre By the Lake); Blackmore in THE WIDOWING OF MRS HOLROYD (New Vic Theatre) and most recently Joe in SANTA CLAUS THE MUSICAL (Grand Theatre, Singapore).

JAKE DAVIES as Jamie

Trained at The BRIT School for Performing Arts.

Theatre credits includes: SOMETHING FOR THE WINTER (Southwark Playhouse); FOSTER (Lion and Unicorn Theatre); OVERKILL (The Warehouse Theatre); AFTER THE STORM (Fairfield Halls and Bloomsbury Theatre); PETER PAN (The Churchill Theatre); GUYS AND DOLLS, ANIMAL FARM, THE VACKEES (The Bob Hope Theatre).

Television includes: Rob in A MOTHER'S SON (ITV); BAD EDUCATION (BBC); HOLBY CITY (BBC) and CALL THE MIDWIFE (BBC).

Film includes: LEAVE TO REMAIN; CHARLIE SAYS and VOLUME.

DANNY-BOY HATCHARD as Ste

Trained at Arts Educational School. This production marks his professional debut.
NANCY SULLIVAN (understudy)

Theatre credits includes: Anthea in JUDY, THE RIGHTEOUS (King's Head & Trafalgar Studios); Eponine in LES MISERABLES (Queen's); Chloe in NEVER FORGET (National Tour and subsequent DVD); cover Dorothy in WIZARD OF OZ (Birmingham Rep/West Yorkshire Playhouse); Jenny in THE LIKES OF US (Sydmonton); Nicola in HITTING TOWN (Grange Court Theatre) and Little Becky in the workshop of URINE TOWN.

TV & Film: LES MISERABLES (Working Title, directed by Tom Hooper); Sandy in SMILE BABY SMILE (Jayamac Productions); Joanna in WHAT IF LIKE ME (SK Productions); Lisa in FOOTBALLER'S WIVES EXTRA TIME (ITV) and Elly in ELLY'S JOURNEY for the NSPCC.

Further credits include soloist on FRIDAY NIGHT IS MUSIC NIGHT for BBC Radio 2 and the original cast recording of THE LIKES OF US.

LUKE BAKER (understudy)

Luke graduated from Arts Educational Schools in 2010.

Recent credits include: Ensemble in ALADDIN with Paul O'Grady's Lily Savage at the O2 (Michael Rose Productions); Ensemble in ULTIMATE BROADWAY (Shanghai); Ensemble and cover Jonny in ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR (UK Tour); Ensemble in PETER PAN (UK Tour); understudy Alan played by Gerard Kearns in SIGN OF THE TIMES (Duchess Theatre); Ensemble and cover PC Boot in SALAD DAYS at the Riverside Studios (Tete a Tete Opera Company); a corporate film for Argos; Josh Cassio in STUDIO 54, a musical version of Othello (Edinburgh Festival).

At Arts Educational: The Announcer in MY FAVOURITE YEAR (Arts Educational) and Rum Tum Tugger in CATS.