Charlie (Jon Pointing) is a jobless 20-something living in the city. A case of mistaken identity sees him interviewed by a gang of criminal hairdressers where he witnesses a murder and is forced to flee the city. With nowhere else to go, Charlie heads to Wales where his brother Rudyard (Nick Horseman) and his brother’s “spiritual life partner’ Tulip (Kathryn Bond) live off the grid in a wood with a load of hippies. The hair dressers - led by the charismatic and violent head-stylist Toni (Michael Ryan, 'Rock N Roller', 'War Horse') - are hot on his heels, on course for a show down with the hippies.
as Charlie Brumble
Jonathan performed his debut character show at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2014 alongside Kathryn Bond (That Pair). That year he also wrote, directed and acted in his own film ‘The Three Bells’. In 2015 Jonathan and his real-life brother-in-law Ed Eales-White formed sketch act BUCKET and took their first critically acclaimed show to Edinburgh that Summer. The duo had previously worked together writing and performing BBC mini-series ‘Life Guru’. They were named as one of ‘Edinburgh Fringe’s funniest newcomers’ in The Guardian. They appeared on ITV2’s sketch show ‘@elevenish’. Jonathan can be seen on BBC Three's 'Pls Like' and until recently has been performing his award winning solo show 'Act Natural' around the country. Jonathan joined the cast of ‘Plebs’ on ITV2 as new regular, Jason, earlier this year. Series 2 of BAFTA nominated 'Pls Like' is now available on BBC iPlayer.
as Jenny Jones
Bekka Bowling is an actor and writer. Most recently she played the lead role of ‘Neck’ in the bbc3 comedy ‘LI MBO’. Her other credits include Episodes (BBC 2) , Some Girls ( BBC 3), Top Coppers (BBC3), Quacks (BBC 2), Heading Out (BBC 2), The Wrong Mans series 1 & 2 ( BBC2), Lovesick (Netflix), Edge of Heaven (ITV), Medics (Comedy Central), You, me and them (UK TV), Richard Hammond’s secret service (BBC 1), Switch
(ITV) and Not Going Out ( BBC1). She is currently writing a sitcom which has been commissioned by the BBC. This marks her second script collaboration with Hat Trick Productions.
Michael Ryan has worked extensively within Theatre, TV and Film, his Film credits include Steven Spielberg’s WARHORSE, Guy Ritchies ROCKNROLLA, and Joe Wrights PAN amongst many more. On TV he has appeared in UK dramas like Jimmy Mcgoverns DOCKERS as well as ongoing series such as Lewis, Foyles War and Silent witness. On stage he has played Macbeth, worked with Paines Plough and opened home theatre in 2015 with 'Funfair' by Simon Stephens. Most recently Michael can be seen in BBC 1’s critically-acclaimed, ‘Bodyguard’ and before that, BBC 2’s ‘The City and the City’.
as King Beeswax
Ed Eales-White is an English Actor and comedian born in Harlow, Essex, 1985. With credits in TV, Film & Stage. Most recently Ed revived the role of Josh in Olivier-award-winning play ‘Rotterdam’, in a 5 week run in London’s West-End at the Trafalgar Studios. He played Young Carl in Jack Thorne’s Channel 4 drama series ‘National Treasure’ starring Julie Walters and Robbie Coltrane. He’s one half of comedy double act ‘Bucket’, named The Guardian's Funniest Fringe newcomers & Best Sketch Acts 2015. And previously Writer & Performer in comedy sketch group ‘Clever Peter’ stars of their own BBC Radio 4 series ‘Strap in it’s Clever Peter’ 2012. He can be seen in the new series of "The Crown' on Netflix.
as Little Biscuit
Nina Smith is an actor, clown and
comedian. She works as one half of
Funny Women Award Winning double act Twisted Loaf. As a duo they have had an Edinburgh sell-cout show and transferred to sell out shows at Soho Theatre with
“Half Baked” and “Stale Mate”.
They have also made “A Twisted Loaf
Christmas” for SkyArts.
Nina has also appeared on the BBC and Comedy Blaps for Channel 4.
Nina has recently appeared in series 2 of ‘Britannia’ and on BBC1 and in series 3 of BBC’s ‘Josh’.
Daniel Ings is best known for his role in the Channel 4/Netflix comedy series 'Lovesick' (previously known as Scrotal
Recall). He trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and the National Youth Theatre and has appeared in a number of stage, short films and television programmes. His most notable roles to date are those of Jake in the Channel 4 comedy 'Pete versus Life' and Kelvin in the BBC comedy drama Psychoville. He also starred in Sky 1’s comedy The Cafe,
Netflix’s The Crown and 2016’s Eddie the Eagle. Currently, Daniel is playing the main role of Andy in the CBS network series, The Instinct.
Kat Bond is an actress, comic and writer. Credits include BBC Radio 4 Sketchorama and Expenses Only. BBC 2 ‘The Agency’, BBC 3 ‘Kerry’ and Channel 4 Dr Browns ‘Blaps’, and most recently 'Call the
Midwife'. Kat has been performing as part of critically acclaimed comedy duo 'That Pair' for 5 years ‘Off-beat brilliance… beautiful skits and bonkers characters’
**** (Times). She won the Vault Festival Comedy Award 2017 for her character comedy show ‘Loo Roll’ and is currently performing in award-winning new play, ‘It’s True, It’s true, It’s True’.
as The Pub Landlord
Mike Bubbins is a comedian and actor.
As well as headlining comedy clubs
around the UK, Mike has written and
starred in three series for BBC Radio, including hit paranormal comedy doc, 'The Unexplainers', and is also, as Duel Expert, the global face of the world’s most downloaded game, Clash Royale.
He is a regular contributor to BBC radio Wales and most recently played Huw in BBC series, 'Josh'.
as Rudyard Brumble
Nick Horseman has been writing &
performing comedy since 2007,
formerly as one half of acclaimed double act Horse & Louis. He has
appeared in some form or another on
BBC Three, Radios 2 and 4 and the
Glastonbury, Edinburgh Fringe & Brighton Comedy Festivals.
as The Spirit of The Woods
Trained at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and is an associate artist of ‘Not Too Tame Theatre Company’. Recent credits include: ‘Goosebumps Alive’ (The Vaults); ‘Electric Eden’ & ‘Early Doors’(NTT); ‘The Book Club’ (One Star or Less); ‘Stella’ (Tidy
Productions, Sky One) ‘Midnight Miracle’ (Wolf Pack Productions); ‘Tuck Shop’ (NTT, The Roundabout); ‘The Mystae’ (Hampstead Downstairs); ‘Danny the Champion of the World’ (London Contemporary UK Tour); ‘Tracy’ (The White Bear); ‘Richard III’ in The Sam Wanamaker Festival (Shakespeare’s Globe).
Ed is an actor & comedy writer, most widely known for BBC Three sitcom 'Crims' in which he played series regular ‘Black Elton John’. His webseries 'Blowing The Budget' premiered at London’s Raindance Web Fest last year where it was nominated for ‘Best British Series’. Ed wrote, directed and starred in the series which featured cameos from Laura Aikman and Sophie Fletcher. Ed plays the
lead role, ‘Big Jim’ in comedy feature film 'Ibiza Undead'.
He can also be seen in hit comedy feature Spy, directed by Paul Feig and starring Rose Byrne, Jude Law and Melissa McCarthy.