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Who's Who


Rosamund Shelley


ROS trained at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She made her West End debut as Maria in West Side Story, and subsequently played Laurie in Oklahoma for a year at The Palace Theatre in London.


Ros has toured nationally and internationally, and worked with, among others, the RSC, Bristol Old Vic, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Theatre Wales, WNO, Sherman Cymru, Theatr Pena and Music Theatre London.


Favourite roles include Lady Macbeth, Hecuba and Mrs Higgins.

Most recently on TV she played Cynthia in Nice Day for a Welsh Wedding and Krone in Young Dracula. Films include Falstaff (Meg); and she has recorded CDs of Kurt Weill and Harold Arlen songs with Christopher Littlewood.


Most recently toured Wales playing Amanda Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie for Theatr Pena.

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Andrew Hilton


ANDREW (actor, theatre director and author) is best known for the creation of the Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory company in Bristol. Having directed Shakespeare, Stoppard and Moliere at the Tobacco Factory, he recently stepped down as Artistic Director to resume freelance work.


Arnold Evans


ARNOLD who was born and raised in (Solva, Pembrokeshire) Wales, has spent most of his working life in Cardiff. In addition to a career in journalism, and writing for the soaps, he has written dozens of original dramas, serials and adaptations for radio

Who's Who: Meet the Team

Deryn Tudor


DERYN has worked as a designer and costumier in the theatre industry for over twenty years, designing both set and costumes for Sherman Cymru and Hide Productions. She has also worked with Riverside Theatre, Theatr Na Nog, Threatr Genedlaethol, National Theatre Wales, Theatr Y Byd, BBC Wales, John Gwyn Production and Welsh National Opera on a variety of productions.


Gavin Roberts


GAVIN enjoys a varied career as a piano accompanist. He has partnered singers in recital at Wigmore Hall, the Barbican Hall and the Royal Festival Hall, and is Artistic Director of the recital series Song in the City, for whom he has devised more than 100 recital programmes.

He has appeared at The Cheltenham Festival, Dartington International Festival and Summer School, The Ludlow Weekend of English Song, The Ryedale Festival, The Young Songmakers’ Almanac, and The Oxford Lieder Festival.

He has played for The BBC Singers, The Joyful Company of Singers, Constanza Chorus, The Hanover Band, Tiffin Boys’ Choir, and as a repetiteur for Sir Roger Norrington and the late Richard Hickox.

Gavin studied piano at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he is now a Professor of Academic Studies and a Staff Pianist. He read Music at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he also held the organ scholarship. Gavin has a Master’s degree from King’s College, London. Gavin is Organist and Director of Music at St Marylebone Parish Church.

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