Georgia Christodoulou

Georgia graduated from The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire (formerly known as Birmingham School of Acting) in 2017. Credits whilst training include: Bride in ‘Blood Wedding’, Jessica in ‘The Merchant of Venice’ and Liliane in ‘The May Queen’. Georgia was on tour in the summer playing the titular character in ‘The Deutch Lady’, a restoration comedy that had not been performed in 300 years. She is very excited to be playing Zainab (and tour Austria!) in her first show with Vienna’s English Theatre.

Hassan Maarfi

Hassan graduated from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in 2016. Since graduating, Hassan has worked consistently in stage & screen. Theatre credits include: Our Man in Havana (Riverside Theatre), Playing with Shakespeare (Theatre Royal, Plymouth), Why Would You? (Barbican Theatre, Plymouth) 17^3 (UK Tour). Hassan will also be starring as Macbeth in the upcoming feature film ‚Macbeth – Kill Bill Shakespeare‘, due to premiere at the Raindance Festival, London 2018 – supported by Sir Ian McKellen. When Hassan is not acting, you will normally find him playing tennis, eating peanut butter straight from the jar, and doing impressions of Christopher Walken (sometimes all three simultaneously!).

Robert Rickman

Robert recently graduated from Rose Bruford College with a BA honours degree in Acting. His credits whilst training include Harold Pinter’s Celebration, William Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus, The Government Inspector and Lion in the Streets. He has written his own short play and performs stand-up comedy. Robert is also a very keen sportsman; football and tennis being particular favourites. He is delighted to be making his professional debut in this production of A Family Affair and cannot wait to start performing to the schools in Austria.

Hollie Sullivan
Miss Morris

Hollie recently graduated from the 3 year Degree course in Acting at Mountview Academy of Theatre arts. Although this will be Hollie’s stage debut since completing her training, she has been working professionally since the age of ten, her credits throughout her training include, Juliet in ‚Romeo and Juliet‘, Portia in ‚Julius Caesar‘, and Irina in Chekhov’s, ‚The Three Sisters‘. Hollie was very fortunate to be chosen to represent Mountview at the 2016 Sam Wanamaker Festival getting to perform on Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Hollie is very excited to be bringing this eccentric and fun character to life and to exploring all the wonderful things that Austria has to offer.