Theatre, Film and Music

Theatre, Film and Music

Hugh Dancy (1994)
Emmy-nominated actor who has appeared in films Black Hawk Down, King Arthur, Shooting Dogs and television shows Daniel Deronda (BBC), Cold Feet, Trial and Retribution and Kavanagh QC.

Andrew Collier (1994)
Theatre producer and entrepreneur. Founder of minor Entertainment theatre business.

Elliot Levey (1992)
Actor with National Theatre. Has appeared in several films, including Philomena and The Queen.

Orlando Seale (1991)
Actor who has appeared in the films Sleepy Hollow, Pride & Prejudice: A Latter-Day Comedy, and Hysteria: The Def Leppard Story (2001) and television shows The Ghost Whisperer, The West Wing and Casualty.

Simon Beaufoy (1986)
Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA award-winning screenwriter, noted especially for writing The Full Monty, Slumdog Millionaire and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.

Bridget Foreman (1986)
Playwright, actor and Director of the Riding Lights Theatre Company.

Lucy Tregear (1985)
TV and Stage actress.

Georgia Masters (1982)
Film producer, Lock, Stock & Two Smoking BarrelsMean Machine.

Guy Andrews (1980)
Screenwriter, work includes Poirot, Chancer and Prime Suspect.

Mark Payton (1979)
Film, TV and stage actor who appeared in Howards End, Emmerdale and The Bill.

Lucy Bailey (1979)
Theatre Director at the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Dr William Chapman Nyaho (1978)
Ghanaian American Concert Pianist.

Nigel le Vaillant (1977)
Actor best known for his TV roles in Dangerfield and Casualty.

Dougal Lee (1977)
Stage actor.

Paul Burbridge (1972)
Founder and Artistic Director of Riding Lights Theatre Company.

Peter Lee-Wright (1968)
Documentary film producer, including The Murder of Stephen Lawrence.

Richard Heffer (1965)
Actor who has appeared in dozens of TV dramas since the late 1960s. Played Capt. Tim Downing in Colditz (1974), starred in The Mad Death (1983) and The Black Tower (1985), and has appeared most recently in Heartbeat, Ian Fleming: Bondmaker and Rosemary & Thyme.

Ken Loach (1957)
Director of more than 60 films and winner of the Academy Fellowship at the BAFTAs and the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival for The Wind that Shakes the Barley.

Bill Ashton OBE (1957)
Saxophonist, composer, and co-founder of the London Schools Orchestra, now the National Youth Jazz Orchestra.