Garry Pope writes film reviews for Take One, an independent magazine and website. He also writes book reviews for Great Shelford Village News.
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In her free time Sophia plays the french horn and piano, which is where her love for performing arts first stemmed from.
Kiran has a deep rooted love for the performing arts, particularly grassroots theatre and musicals, which was sparked whilst attending her specialist arts high school.
Claire enjoys going to the theatre, in particular musicals. If she had to choose her favourite shows would be Grease and Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz.
Paul studied at the renowned theatre school LAMDA before taking up a career as an actor/director. He has starred in various West End shows and was the first ever actor from the West to play a lead role on Chinese TV in a 21-hour long series, with a weekly audience of 300,000,000.
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