Cast: The Hundred Years’ War

Alan Magor

Alan Magor

Alan graduated from the prestigious Birmingham School of Acting in 2010 and has since gone on to have a varied and eclectic career on both stage and screen. His experience has seen him work on a variety of projects ranging from Shakespeare to Physical Theatre across the UK and Europe.

Theatre Credits include: ‘Murder Weapon’ / ‘Fatal Encounter’ / ‘Shadow of the Ghost’ / ‘Ghost Train’ (Tabs Productions / Nottingham Theatre Royal), ‘A Life in the Theatre’ (Tabs Productions / Chesterfield Pomegranate), ‘Unwrapped Festival’ (Birmingham Rep), ‘Watching Over You’ (An Invisible Man / York Travellers Trust), ‘Macbeth’ / ‘Romeo & Juliet’ (Box Clever), ‘Happiness in Homeland’ / ‘You & Me, Here We Are’ (Roger Coward / Eastside Projects).

Alan is also part of the Rory Studios team who are currently developing a new dual Spoken and British Sign Language production, Gothrella, which aims to tour internationally in 2016.

Jill Dowse

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Jill is a theatre, voice and music practitioner, co-artistic director of The Bone Ensemble and co-founded Foursight Theatre. Jill’s work spans a wide range of activities, from intimate pieces for adults and families (Caravania!), to pieces for empty shop windows (Window Dressing). She is currently touring in Yvon Bonenfant’s Uluzuzulalia, developing Igloo (experiences based in and around a glowing igloo made of sustainable materials) and creating Chocolate – The Cabaret!  Jill also works freelance for companies including Talking Birds, Kindle (now Kiln), Stan’s Cafe, Red Shift, Untied Artists and Platform 4.

Miriam Edwards


Miriam was a member of The Chester Gateway Youth Theatre before going on to train at Birmingham Theatre School.

Theatre credits include ‘Theatre Absolute’ (Powder), Tea and Tenacity (First Do No Harm), The Belgrade (Unplugged), Pendle productions (Flesh and Blood), DT Productions (Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell-National tour), Blue Orange Arts (Dracula), Opus Theatre Company (The Importance of Being Earnest-National tour, Chip Off The Block-National tour), Ay Mango Theatre (A Woman Of No Importance), Rogue Play (Measure for Measure). Film/TV/Radio credits include Extracts from Powder for BBC Radio, 50 Ways to Lose Your Lover for Current TV and Inspector Drake; The Seagull (Flying Ducks).

Zachary Price
(cast member winter 2014 – summer 2015)

Zachary Price is a young performer and theatre maker originally from Kidderminster in Worcestershire. He began performing, as many do, in small scale school musicals and within an amateur drama group.

From then on he took a keen interest in the creation and theoretical side of performance; eventually choosing to study a drama Degree at The University of Exeter. Whilst studying he continued adding to his performance CV by playing Helge in Festen , Mr Gryce in the stage version of Kes and Richard III in the folio of the same name. He also began to direct theatre at this time, including a large scale production of The Resistible rise of Arturo Ui at The Exeter Northcott Theatre

Following his graduation in 2012 he co-founded his own theatre company alongside two fellow graduates. The company, entitled Reverb, focuses on the use of literary sources (such as poetry) as a basis to create interesting devised theatrical work. More recently he has been on tour with Bristol based games company Slingshot, and Devon based performance outfit Prior Commitments, in their production of Twelfth Night.