Dear Octopus 

Lindsay Duncan, Bessie Carter and Billy Howle

Now -27th March


Lindsay Duncan stars as Dora in this revival of Dodie Smith’s play that revolves around the Randolph family, celebrating a golden wedding anniversary on the eve of WWII. Lindsay is joined by Bessie Carter as Fenny and Billy Howle as Nicholas.


“Properly laugh out loud funny” ★★★★★ Julia Rank, London Theatre


“A superb performance from Lindsay Duncan”  ★★★★ Tim Bano, The Independent


Lindsay Duncan

Lindsay’s smooth RP is well-known. Having previously voiced Secret Voices of Hollywood, A History of Britain, and Cutting Edge, Lindsay has a wonderful elegance in her reading.

She can recently appeared in Truelove, alongside Clarke Peters, Sherwood and A Discovery of Witches as well as the voice of Octavia in His Dark Materials for BBC. Giving a clear and crisp read, Lindsay makes any script come alive with her lively character and remains a wonderful pick for narrations and documentaries.


Listen to her voice reels here.


Bessie Carter

A versatile character actor, Bessie’s work can be seen in her recent roles as Prudence Featherington in Bridgerton, Poppy in I Hate Suzie, and Violet in Beecham House.

Vocally, Besse has worked on Total War: Warhammer III and showcases her musical ability in Les Misérables. She has a rich, clear voice with a great deal of range and emotion in her read – as well as RP, her American accent makes her a great pick for character variation.


Listen to her voice reels here.


Billy Howle

Billy gives a confident and clear delivery with a soft regional charm.

Starring in the recent series Under the Banner of Heaven, Billy can also be seen as Elliot in BBC’s Chloe and Herman in The Serpent. His voice is naturally low and holds gravelly tones; able to perform a range of UK and US dialects, Billy makes a great pick for character roles and commercial scripts.


Listen to his voice reels here.




The Human Body

Siobhán Redmond

Now – 13th April


Catch Siobhán Redmond on stage in Lucy Kirkwood’s political play, The Human Body, now showing at the Donmar Warehouse until the 13th April.


Stepping into Britain in 1948 - Iris Elcock, a Shropshire doctor and Labour party counsellor, fights for the National Health Service Act to be brought into action. On her way home from London, she meets George, the Hollywood actor who turns her world upside down.


“It’s a rich, deep, ambitious piece of theatre, constantly engaging and buzzing with ideas” ★★★★ Sarah Hemming, Financial Times


Siobhán Redmond

Seen as DS Maureen Connell in Between the Lines, Siobhán speaks with a wonderfully bold Scottish accent.

More recently seen in Two Doors Down and Queens of Mystery as well as roles in The Scotts and Inside No.9, Siobhán has also lent her voice to TV series Nina and the Neurons where she voices the role of Ollie.

As further credits include Jonathan meads: Off-Kilter and Scotland’s Superhospital, Siobhán makes for a terrific narrator and an authentically Scottish read.


Listen to her voice reels here.




Standing At The Sky’s Edge

Lauyrn Redding

Now – 3rd August

The award winning musical has hit the West-End starring Lauryn Redding as Nikki.


Written as a love letter to Sheffield, Sky’s Edge delves into themes of love, loss and community of three generations spanning six decades of Britain and the history of landmark housing estates.


“Unlike anything else in the West End” - ★★★★★ Caroline McGinn, Time Out


Winner of the Olivier Award for Best New Musical, UK Theatre Award for Best Musical Production, and the South Bank Sky Arts Award – this is not one to miss.


“A soaring achievement” ★★★★★  Alex Wood, WhatsOnStage


Lauryn Redding

A regional voice, Lauryn has a clear delivery with a northern accent that’s earthy and casual. Screen credits include The Midwich Cuckoos, Emmerdale and EastEnders where she plays the role of Nurse Price.


As a voice artist, Lauryn is extremely versatile with a number of UK and US dialects in her repertoire; having experience in both radio and commercial work, Lauryn is a top choice for a professional read.


Listen to her voice reels here.



Coming soon…


Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Brian Cox

19th March – 8th June


Brian Cox returns to the stage in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, kicking off 19th March at the Wyndham’s Theatre.


Regarded as one of the greatest American plays of the 20th Century, we follow the chaotically dysfunctional Tyrone family on a summer’s day. A compelling story of love, hate, addiction, betrayal and (of course) the complexities of family, Brian stars as James Tyrone in Eugene O’Neill’s long anticipated play.


Brian Cox


The highly distinguished voice of Brian gives a powerful, warm & recognisable read.

Starring as Logan Roy in Succession, and the titular role in Churchill, Brian has worked on many outstanding projects. Vocally, he has lent his voice to depict a variety of roles including Fagin in the Oliver Twist audiobook for the recent Christmas release for Audible, Death in Good Omens and Conrad in Bob The Builder - his voice is a hard one to miss.

With his upcoming roles including The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim and Unsinkable, Brian Cox is a big name with a big voice.


Listen to his voice reels here.