Rosie Day

What is a moment you’d like to relive? There are so many. I’m in my head a lot so I like to relive memories. The 3 months I spent in Rome with Sarah Jessica Parker were truly magical, the time I spent in Barcelona with my own American girl gang was really special, my family’s reactions to me telling them anything exciting is hilarious. Every moment where I laughed so hard I couldn’t breathe. What is a moment you can’t remember but you’d like to? My biggest talent/ downfall is I have an insane memory. I can literally remember conversations…

Oliver Coopersmith

Who is your favourite public figure to watch interviews of?  There’s loads, I’m a sucker for The Graham Norton Show. I haven’t missed an episode in years. What part of your family history did you find interesting or surprising to learn? My dad had to stop for petrol when my mum was in labour with my brother. It didn’t go down well. Would you rather give advice to yourself 10 years ago or receive advice from yourself 10 years in the future? Receive advice from myself 10 years in the future. Although I’m sure that person would say the same thing. What…

Katie Leung

Who do you know who has the ‘best’ voice – and qualify what your standards are for them being ‘best’ Sara Kestelman who I worked with recently in a production at Hampstead Theatre has a magnificent voice which resonated effortlessly in the space on stage, piercing through the soul without the need for volume/ shouting. She also happens to be an incredible actress. What was the last habit that you took up and the last one that you’ve given up? Taken up menthols. Given up coffee. If the last three places you read about or watched became a travel itinerary,…

Millie Brady

What book/ movie/ TV show do you think you’ve recommended more than any other? Philomena, The Help and Big Little Lies probably are my most recent big 3 for recommendations. What are you happy that happened while you were alive and at an age where you could/ can understand and remember? Being taught to read is a personal memory that’s so important to me and one I remember vividly. On a wider scale, I’m happy to have been able to witness the outcry from women across the world for equal rights and see everyone come together for the Women’s Marches.…

Freya Mavor

Describe one of your favorite actors without naming a character or a film. Vincent Cassel. I think I could watch him hoovering his house and I would find it fascinating. What is something you’d like learn how to build, if time, difficulty and resources were no longer obstacles? A giant badass pirate ship I could sail around the world on with my friends. Would you rather have the ability to make your clothes feel like they are always fresh from the dryer or your bedsheets? Clothes. I cycle most places so I usually turn up looking like a bit of…

Rory Fleck Byrne

What’s your favorite word or expression that isn’t part of the English language? “Il y a du pain sur la planche. It’s French for ‘there’s a lot to do’ – it literally means there is bread on the table. If from now on you could only play characters that have already been performed, or ones that do not exist/ haven’t been performed yet – which do you play? Haven’t been performed/ do not exist yet. What was the last thing you learned about yourself? I don’t think I want to tell you that 😉 What is a tradition you love…

Eoin Macken

Name three different skills or facts you learned from any three roles – regardless of how useful they are. Horse riding – excellent for adventure holidays and pretending that you can converse with animals. (Merlin) Actors will let you photograph them but only if you pester them into submission. (Resident Evil) I do not have the skill set to be a real doctor. (The Night Shift) Would you rather be able to read and write in any language except for English, or speak fluently in any language except for English? French. I used to speak it quite well, but now it’s…