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Sandy has a First-Class Honours degree and an M.A. in Drama and Theatre Studies. She was Artistic Director of Fizz Theatre Company for five years, which toured to venues in central London and the south of England, and now runs Bryteye Productions with her husband Mike. She also prepares students for drama exams and auditions. Her many acting roles range from the tragedy of Chekhov to the comedy of Coward, but her most challenging role to date was playing the 80 year old Barbara Cartland!


Trained at Mountview Laura went on to play in rep  national tours and  few years in the middle and far East playing to ex pats.

Laura had the privilege of working  with Jonathon Miller at the Old Vic in the Tempest and the late lynda Baron in a tour of Noises Off, . Favourite roles include One flew over the Cookoos Nest at Swansea , Amadeus at Windsor and touring in ‘An evening with Gary Lineker ,’The Canterbury Tales' and  'The Good Doctor. '

 Recently Laura has been busy with voice overs , played mother in The Railway children .Philip Aykbournes loving Androids at Lewes  ‘Woman in mind’ and’I like to be in pictures’ on the London fringe and recently  a toured in a new play Lost in the Willows playing 7 multiple roles.

She is  excited to be working with bryteye again having enjoyed playing in Who got the cat which was also written by Sandy Truman. She lives in Brighton with her family  Labradoodle Rupert.




Tom's previous roles include Alain in God of Carnage, Sir William Cavendish in Bess the Commoner Queen, Smirnov in The Bear and Dave Moss in Glegarry Glen Ross. He wrote and produced Doing What It Says on the Tin (Brighton Fringe), as well as producing a Chekhov festival and touring Dunstan Bruce's 1-man show Am I Invisible Yet? A busy voice actor, Tom currently plays Sir Topham Hatt on Channel 5's Thomas & Friends and is one of the more thoughtful Ogryns (The Brawler) in the latest Warhammer Darktide video game, along with TV ads, radio drama and even featured in a video with Little Mix which happily involved no dancing on his part.


Charlie is a Brighton-based actor who graduated with distinction from the Academy of Creative Training in 2021. With a degree in politics and an MA in human rights, Charlie brings to his work a passion for historical material as well as a flair for comedy. Recent credits include ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore at The Hawth, By Jeeves! at Brighton Open Air Theatre, Here At Last Is Love at The Stables, and In Memoriam in the 2022 Brighton Festival Fringe.


Having avoided his true calling for 20 years Kevin finally succumbed and retrained as an Actor in 2017, having paddled in stand up comedy and waded into Improv in the preceding years.

He’s since spent a whole play dying in the Death of Ivan Illych, played various doctors of the mind, body and spirit (including Dr Watson twice and Roberto in Death and the Maiden) and he's now of that age and, shall we say,  physique where he gets to be Santa.

On screen Kevin spent an ill fated night with a pleasure droid in the award winning “If: Girlfriend Deluxe”, presented a nightmarish antiques roadshow in the feature film “Homesick” and, you guessed it, played a head doctor in “An Opportunist”.   In commercials he’s steered the Titanic round the glacier for 3 mobile and been the cheesiest  dance caller ever for Dominoes Pizza.

Kevin is also a busy voice artist and his dulcet tones can be heard in games, documentaries, apps and art installations.  He’s particularly proud of his icronic performance as the voice of Drontal pet worming products.