Niall is a recent BA acting graduate of Arts Educational School. Fresh out of Dramaschool Niall went straight into a UK tour of ‘Macbeth’ with The Young Shakespeare Company. Alongside touring he recorded his first radio drama playing Farkis in ‘Don’t Worry it’s Only The End of the World’ second series. He also featured as Tom in rising star Leo Stannard’s music video ‘Home’. Niall is set to star in ‘Low Bridge on Tour’ in 2019 which he wrote while studying. Niall is incredibly excited to have the opportunity to tour Wild Weekend in such a beautiful country as Austria.
Aimée was born in West London before she moved to Oxfordshire to study in Drama, French and Spanish at GCSE and A Level. During her time at high school and sixth form she took part in many musicals (The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and Ruddigore) and plays (A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Crucible) and even made her film debut playing a bully in Billy The Kid. After finishing sixth form, Aimée moved back to London to study at Arts Educational Schools from which she graduated in September. Her theatre roles whilst training include: Irina Arkadina in The Seagull, the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet and Emma in People, Places and Things. This is Aimée’s first role since leaving drama school and she is delighted to be touring Austria as part of this cast, sharing such a lovely story.
Veronica is an actress who is used to moving around for her work. She has toured to a number of remote parts of the UK and gone as far as Australia to perform. This is the first time her work has brought her to Austria and she is delighted to be working as part of Schools Tours. Veronica specialises in interactive and immersive theatre and has performed in some of London’s hottest immersive productions over the last 2 years including playing Myrtle Wilson in the London’s longest running immersive show, The Great Gatsby. She also worked on the last two large scale Secret Cinema productions of Bladerunner and Romeo + Juliet. Previously, Veronica worked as a performer and creative on several shows for theatre companies including The Flanagan Collective and Belt Up Theatre on shows based mainly in York and Edinburgh.
Howie is 25 and comes from Bristol in South West England. Having spent 4 years at university studying languages, he then decided to re-train as an actor and has just graduated from the MA Musical Theatre course at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Having only visited Austria once, he can’t wait to see more of this stunning country, learn the history and most importantly, try all the different cakes in the patisseries! Howie couldn’t be happier to be making his professional debut in The Wild Weekend and hopes you enjoy the show as much as he enjoys being in it!