Maureen’s first professional job was at the old Traverse in Edinburgh in September 1979. After more than 40 years in the industry, she has worked in most theatres in Scotland. She has also worked in TV, film and radio.
Recent TV credits include: River City, Still Game (BBC); Molly and Mack (CBBC). Film credits include: Wild Rose (Fable Productions). Radio credits include: Fags, Mags and Bags (BBC Radio 4).
Maureen recently recorded a series of poems and monologues as part of the Citizens Theatre Learning project Through My Window, supporting women experiencing isolation during the Coronavirus pandemic.
She is Artistic Director of female-led comedy group Witsherface. They are currently developing several projects and hope to be producing some new shows soon.
Ali trained at Mountview Academy of Performing Arts.
Theatre credits include: Lost At Sea (Perth Theatre/ Horsecross Arts); 306: Dusk (National Theatre of Scotland/Perth Theatre); The James Plays, Macbeth, Black Watch (National Theatre of Scotland); BFG, Hecuba, Victoria (Dundee Rep); Beautiful Burnout (Frantic Assembly); The Game, Unlit, The Simple Truth (Five Minute Theatre: National Theatre of Scotland); Hamlet (Greenwich Theatre); Waterproof (Òran Mór); The Rocky Horror Show (Ballet Classic & Entertainment); The Secret Garden (Footlights Productions).
TV credits include: Armchair Detectives (Tiger Aspect); Trust Me, Shetland, Sea Of Souls, Monarch of the Glen (BBC); Outlander (Starz/Left Bank Pictures); River (Kudos).
Film credits: Ribbons (X Industries Ltd); May I Kill You (Cyclops Vision); Outpost: Black Sun (Black Camel); Weekender (Benchmark Films); Pelican Blood (Ecosse Films); The Making of Us (Imagine Films); ...And Repeat (Little Viking Productions); Sex Symbols In Sandwich Signs (EAF).
Radio credits: Keeping Mum, Topaz, McLevy, Black Watch (BBC).
Suzanne trained at Queen Margaret University College.
Theatre credits include: Baby Doll, No Mean City, A Handful of Dust, The Borrowers (Citizens Theatre); A Perfect Child (Ten Feet Tall Theatre); Dark Earth, The Dark Things, Donny’s Brain (Traverse Theatre); The Merchant of Venice, 3000 Troubled Threads (Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh). She has also worked with Perth Theatre, The Byre Theatre, Pitlochry Festival Theatre and The Village Pub.
TV credits include: Armchair Detectives (Tiger Aspect); River City (BBC).
Suzanne was delighted to appear in Neil Marshall’s latest film The Reckoning awaiting general release and is currently filming a new project for the BBC to be shown early 2021.
Born in Glasgow, Jonathan trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (now known as Royal Conservatoire of Scotland). On leaving College he joined TAG Theatre Company (part of Citizens Theatre) and went on to work with the Traverse, Borderline, 7:84, Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh, Perth Theatre, and the Scottish Theatre Company, while returning to the Citizens on many occasions.
Recent theatre credits include: Quiz Show (Traverse Theatre); The Three Sisters (Tron Theatre); Yer Granny (The National Theatre of Scotland); The Whip Hand (Traverse Theatre/Birmingham Rep).
Film work includes: Local Hero (Enigma); Girl In The Picture (Antonine Films); The Match (Rafford Films); Solid Geometry (Grampian TV); Filth (Filth Productions) and the award-winning horror film, Let Us Prey which premiered at The Edinburgh International Film Festival.
TV credits include: Naked Video, City Lights, Rab C. Nesbitt, Casualty, Garrow’s Law, New Tricks, Mountain Men, Waterloo Road, Upstart Crow, Bob Servant (BBC); Only An Excuse?, Two Doors Down (BBC Scotland); The Bill (ITV); New Town (Pirate Productions); Rubenesque (Kudos/ Sky Living); Scotland In A Day (The Comedy Unit); Fried (Bwark Productions); Back (Channel 4). He recently had a guest role in This Time... with Alan Partridge working with Steve Coogan.