Lucie trained in Musical Theatre and Acting and is a graduate of The Brit School and the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Her recent theatre credits include: ‘Steel and Iron’ Riverside Stadium /’Miss Crispy‘ Middlesbrough Theatre / ‚Trojan Woman‘ Birmingham Crescent Theatre / ‚Picnic‘ Birmingham Crescent Theatre / ‚3 Winters‘ Birmingham Old Rep Theatre.
Her recent Television credits include: ‚The Milestone‘ Short Film/ ‚Boy Meets Girl‘ BBC Tiger Aspect Productions/ ‚Shameless‘ Company Pictures / ‚DCI Banks Aftermath‘ ITV Productions, Left Bank Pictures/ ‘Waterloo Road’ Shed Productions.
Archie Moore grew up all around England and has moved houses over twenty times, as his father worked for the Royal Air Force! During this time, he loved meeting new people by taking part in the local theatre productions, which made him realise he wanted to be a professional actor someday.
He is now a London based actor, having trained at the acting school Drama Centre during the pandemic. The most favourite role that he has ever played was the infamous Hamlet, written by William Shakespeare. This is Archie’s first theatre tour and he couldn’t be more excited to be doing it in Austria, as he is especially looking forward to trying lots of Austrian food.
Declan grew up in the small seaside town of Bexhill-on-Sea, on the south coast of England. After joining a weekend theatre group when he was 7 years old, he developed as taste for it and never looked back. He went on to work in TV, Theatre and Film before training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Since graduating he has worked in Theatre, TV and Radio.
Declan is also a musician, he plays the piano, guitar and bass and has also worked as a composer and pianist since leaving drama school. In his spare time he enjoys golf, tennis, climbing and music. Declan is thrilled to be performing in this production of ‘Virtual Heroes’.
Martha Ibbotson grew up in Oxford in the UK, though her family is originally from Vienna and Belgium. She has a huge family with 29 cousins who she loves more than anything, except perhaps acting! She has wanted to be an actor since she was 6 years old when she had her first role as a piece of seaweed in a stage version of The Little Mermaid.
Martha has recently graduated from Fourth Monkey, a drama school in London, and is finally living her dream. When she’s not acting Martha can usually be found with a sword in her hand – training in Stage Combat – or curled up with a good book.