Chris Vincent


Chris is currently appearing in Cirque du Soleil’s Beatles – Love.



“…even Liza Sadovy and Chris Vincent, magnificently revolting as the necrophiliac undertakers, Mr and Mrs Sowerberry… find that humanity in performances that are bracingly free of sentimentality.” – Oliver!, Telegraph

“…the striking cameos of Chris Vincent and Liza Sadovy’s macabre undertakers…” – Oliver!, Whatsonstage

“…a standout performance by Chris Vincent“. – Les Miserablés, The Daily Express

“What’s striking though…the sheer quality of some of the performances, notably Chris Vincent as the cross-dressing Captain”. – Privates on Parade, The Scotsman

Chris Vincent is quite brilliant as the flamboyant and androgynous Terri Dennis” – Privates on Parade!, The Stage

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Mandi Symonds


Mandi will next appear in Doctor Faustusin The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, at Shakespeare’s Globe.






“Director Robert Mcwhir…stages an explosion of entertainment that’s hoochier than a bathtub of gin. Thank Mandi Symonds for that; her vampish Katisha puts the Etta into operetta as she stalks Nanki-Po.” – Hot Mikadao, Matt Trueman

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Lucie Shorthouse


LUCIE SHORTHOUSE is an award-winning actress who came to prominence for her highly acclaimed performance in Sheffield Theatre’s production of hit musical EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE, which subsequently transferred to London’s West End.

For her “standout performance” (as ‘Pritii Pasha’ in ETAJ) she won the 2018 WhatsOnStage Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical & the 2018 H100 Hospital Club’s Rising Star Award.

She was also nominated for the 2018 Stage Debut Award, the 2018 Mousetrap Theatre Award for Best Female Performer & the 2018 West End Wilma Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical.

Other theatre work includes ROLLER DINER for the Soho Theatre & THE HOUSE OF IN BETWEEN for the Theatre Royal, Stratford East.

Her breakthrough TV role came with Series Regular ‘Paige Pennington’ in Sky One’s BULLETPROOF and she has also appeared in LINE OF DUTY, CLEANING UP and THE SOUND OF MUSIC LIVE!.

She plays Series Regular ‘Momtaz’ in WE ARE LADY PARTS for NBC/WTTV on Channel 4.



“…a very good Lucie Shorthouse…”
-Ben Brantley, New York Times

“Lucie Shorthouse is a standout success…”
-Ann Treneman, The Times

“…Shorthouse’s Pritti finds her voice – and what a voice…”
-Matt Trueman, WhatsOnStage

“Jamie’s best friend…is given two songs vivaciously rendered by Lucie Shorthouse.”
-Michael Billington, Guardian

“…there was the gorgeous honeyed voice of Lucie Shorthouse as Jamie’s Muslim best friend Pritti Pasha (the musical star of the show)…”
-Tim Auld, The Telegraph

“Lucie Shorthouse is beautiful and engaging as the studious Pritti…another performance of raw honesty.”
– Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

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Henry Shields

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Henry trained at LAMDA.

He is best known for his work with the highly renowned Mischief Theatre Company, co-writing and appearing in their hit international productions of; THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG (winner 2015 Olivier Award and WhatsOnStage Award for Best New Comedy), PETER PAN GOES WRONG, (writer/actor, 2016 Olivier Award nominee for Best New Comedy), THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY (actor/writer, 2017 Olivier Award nominee Best New Comedy); MISCHIEF MOVIE NIGHT(actor, 2018 Olivier Award nominee for Best New Comedy), THE NATIVITY GOES WRONG (writer) and MISCHIEF MOVIE NIGHT (UK Tour, 2018).

Henry has appeared on screen in numerous television shows including for the BBC; HOLBY CITY, PETER PAN GOES WRONG, A CHRISTMAS CAROL GOES WRONG and, for ITV, KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY. 

Following the success of these productions, the BBC has commissioned a primetime spin-off Mischief Theatre series co-written and starring Henry; THE GOES WRONG SHOW airing Autumn 2019 on BBC ONE. Also this Autumn Henry co-writes and will appear in a brand new Mischief Theatre production of GROAN UPS at the Vaudeville Theatre West End, directly followed by a collaboration with the internationally renowned Penn & Teller in MAGIC GOES WRONG, also at the Vaudeville Theatre.


“Mr. Shields as Chris Bean vacillates amusingly between arrogance and self-abasement…” New York Times 

“…Shields, playing our hero’s polysexual alien room-mate, also impressed.”
-Dominic Maxwell, The Times

“Shields stands out as the punctilious director…” – The Play That Goes Wrong, Financial Times


BROADWAY.COMGroan Ups Star Henry Shields on How It All Went Goes Wrong for Him on the London Stage

British Theatre Guide: Ongoing Mischief at the Vaudeville – and spreading

Essence Magazine: So wrong, but so right

The 7:30 Review: An Interview With Henry Shields


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