Kanpai, which means cheers, is also the name of the UK’s first sake brewery in the UK. Co-founders Lucy and Tom have agreed to come on our opening night, Thursday, July 25, and give our first 50 arrivals to the play, a free shot of sake.
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Kate trained at the London Theatre School.
Theatre credits: Snowflakes (Oxford Playhouse); Seven Letters (Waterman’s and Tabard Theatre); Lies Low (Noel Coward Studio); Fragments (Tristan Bates Theatre); (Life Model (Electric Theatre); Man of Mode (Bridewell Theatre); Breezeblock Park (Jermyn Street Theatre); The Wager (Etcetera Theatre); Celebration (The Player’s Theatre); Christmas in the West End (Jermyn Street Theatre); Seasons (Seven Dial’s Club); The Good Old Days (Paul Robeson Theatre); Father Christmas and the Lost Toys (Battersea Arts Centre)
She has also worked extensively with Muse and Music playing various roles in their revue style shows at the Jermyn Street Theatre.
Film/Television credits: Ladders; Dead Cat; Gin and Dry; A Talk in the Park; Free House; Wendy House. She is also the voice for the character Bea in the animated children’s series 1 – 6 of ‘I Love my JCB’
Kate is delighted to be joining the cast of Sushi Girls.
Having been acting since the age of 12, Mark turned professional in 2015.
Recent Theatre credits include: George in Ella Hickson’s ‘Precious Little Talent’ for Blue Butterfly Productions (The Courtyard, Hoxton/ Oct’18); Dennis in ‘Flutter’ for Compulsive Theatre Company (Soho Theatre, June 2018 / Wandsworth Fringe 2017); Uncle Kev in ‘Istanbul’ for From The Gut Theatre Company (Katspace, London / Edinburgh Fringe 2018); Gary Campbell in ‘Sad Girls’ for Troika Theatre Company (Katzspace, London / Edinburgh Fringe 2017);
Television credits: Tom in Season 1: ‘On Order And Away’ (Amazon Prime-2018);
Film credits: Deacon in ‘Glamour’ (2019); Eddie Mason in ‘Soldiers Of Embers’ (2019); Barry in ‘Adult Content’ (2018)