News

Joanna Croll

Biog

Jo was recently seen as Mrs. Kempton in EastEnders. 

She’ll shortly be seen in Elton John’s Glasses at Watford Palace.

Links

Reviews

“Joanna Croll gives an outstandingly good performance as Mrs Holroyd…” – The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd, British Theatre Guide

“There is solid support from the more mature and experienced members of the cast, including Joanna Croll as Lady Montague/Sister…” – Romeo and Juliet, British Theatre Guide

jamesfosterJoanna Croll
read more

Fiona Skinner

News

Fiona can currently be seen as “DS Abney” in Coronation Street.

She received rave reviews for her “powerhouse performance” in the world-premiere of The Sweet Science of Bruising, in which she created the role of ‘Polly Stokes’.

She has extensive TV, Film & Theatre credits & has done many a voice over.

Links

Reviews

The case itself is satisfyingly complicated…that compounds an already devastating loss, the depth of which is conveyed skilfully by Fiona Skinner as the dead child’s mother, in a scene of excruciating grief.
– Endeavour 

“From a lineup of strong performances, Fiona Skinner’s brittle, defiant Polly Stokes stands out.”
– The Sweet Science of Bruising

“Skinner, as the proud, street-hardened Polly, [is] particularly complex and interesting…”
– The Sweet Science of Bruising

“Fiona Skinner is a ball of fire and energy and is totally engaging as Polly Stokes…”
– The Sweet Science of Bruising

“…Skinner’s Polly is explosively bolshie yet loveable…”
– The Sweet Science of Bruising

“Fiona Skinner acts up a storm…”
– The Full Monty 

“…Fiona Skinner is outstanding…”
– The Full Monty

“…Fiona Skinner impresses as Dave’s wife Jean…”
– The Full Monty

jamesfosterFiona Skinner
read more

Bryony Afferson

News

Bryony was recently seen in There She Goes 2.

She has extensive TV, Film and Theatre credits.

Links

Reviews

“…it is the pairing of Robert Jack as their solid, war-hero son Chris and Bryony Afferson as Larry’s erstwhile sweetheart Ann, which gives it an emotional punch. Crucially, their own romance is an utterly believable affair which, when jeopardised, gives the production its tension.” – All My Sons, The Stage

jamesfosterBryony Afferson
read more