Here are some of our USUAL SUSPECTS...

Rajan Sharma - Ensemble, Director, Wordy McWordface, certified sci-fi nut

Rajan joined the Fish soon after completing his acting training at Arts Educational Schools London.  Theatre credits with KF include Consequences, The Book, A Dream Play, and also Spoofing for Gordon (as actor/director).  Additional theatre credits include: The Lower Depths for Cogs Theatre, and for the Windsor Globe, Romeo & Juliet and Richard III (as actor/co-director).  Feature film credits include Hackney’s Finest (Rickety Shack Films), and upcoming 2018 release RideBy (Ockham Films).  The narrative verse poem The Mariner’s Song marks Rajan’s debut as a writer, drawing together his passions for philosophy, mythology and story-telling.

"...This desperation is seen most sharply in Rajan Sharma, who gives the most dynamic performance of the night as Adam, and whose direction should also praised..."

A Younger Theatre on SPOOFING FOR GORDON


Michelle McKay - Ensemble, Co-founder, Singstar champ, Producing mogul 

Scottish actress Michelle was trained by Kate Hughes (part of Ian Adam Vocal Academy) in Classical and Musical Theatre singing, has a Degree in Business Studies, and a Diploma in Popular Music and Performance at Vocal Tech in London. In 2010 Michelle fulfilled a lifetime ambition of performing at the Edinburgh Fringe with KinkyFish.  Michelle has continued to develop her skills on screen, credits include: The Unbelievers (Sheep Free Productions); Bridges (George Watson); Ups and Downs (Edward Thomasson Productions); Children’s Reading Fund online (Pulse Films); Ghosts music video (Sixty Clicks Productions).

"...Once again, McKay brings a real warmth to KinkyFish's work..."

Views From The Gods on SPOOFING FOR GORDON

Jaymes Aaron - Ensemble, Co-founder, Director, Props Master Extraordinaire

Jaymes trained at City Academy, London.  Theatre Credits:  Guy [also writer], Toxic (both Sadler’s Wells);

A Dream Play, Our Country’s Good, Spoofing for Gordon (KinkyFish); Five-One (Bubble & Squeak Collective);

M/S [Mozart & Salieri and Marat/Sade] (Littlebird Productions). Director: Consequences, The Book (KinkyFish); Short Film Credits: Sophie; What Do I Do Now?

"...Director Jaymes Aaron successfully blends the present day action with the thoughts and flashbacks of Norman's ghost..." 

Views From The Gods on CONSEQUENCES

Alberto Santangelo - Ensemble, Co-founder, known in some circles as The Deflector

Alberto co-founded KinkyFish in 2008 after attending an acting course at London’s City Academy, and contributed to the company’s name after playing half of the monster Caliban in The Tempest (too much fish sauce in his costume!). Before Kinkyfish, Alberto was acting in Milan where he attended a class at leading Italian theatre company, Quelli di Grock.  He used to be a travel guide editor, and was also involved in an amateur dramatics group when he worked at the BBC.  Through KinkyFish he participated in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with A Dream Play in 2010, and also Camden Fringe 2014 in new writing Spoofing for Gordon.

For his role in KinkyFish's production of The Violinist in 2013, one reviewer noted Alberto's “quirky acting style” and his delivery of a “sharp and entertaining” performance.  

Pete Picton - Ensemble, Stand-up Comeditorian

Welsh actor Pete Picton recently finished work on feature film Jellyfish; it has been shortlisted for a showcase

at the Edinburgh Film festival, and will have its world premiere at the prestigious Tribeca film festival in New York.  He is also starring in soon to be released web series Holy Popcorn. Recent stage work includes Dario Fo's Open Couple (Albany Theatre), Consequences (Edinburgh Festival/Hen and Chickens London), The Life and Death of Johnny Owen (Welsh Centre), Conk (Bush Theatre), Last Show Tonight (Rosemary Branch) and Jimmy in Broadmoor (503). TV includes The Great Storm (ITV), Holmfirth (BBC 4) and Sofia’s Diary (Channel Five). 

Training: Arts Ed

"...this play is carried by the performance of Pete Picton as Norman... His rendition of the retired mild-mannered librarian is measured, subtle and utterly convincing..." 

Everything Theatre on CONSEQUENCES

Paul Condon - Ensemble; definitely not the retired Met Police Commissioner

Paul trained at City Academy and the Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre credits include: Duet for One (Park Theatre); Huit Clos (Old Boys Hall, Dalston); Shorts and Mixers (Seven Dials Club, London); A Dream Play (Theatre 503/Venue 45 Edinburgh Fringe); Making History (Riverside Studios); The London Vertigo (Irish Centre, London). 

"...Condon and Carstairs’ performances are also noteworthy..."

Everything Theatre on CONSEQUENCES

Jon Carstairs - Ensemble, Tech Whizz, Purveyor of fine Jams (mostly of the Improv variety)

Jon is an actor and improvisor from London.  His theatre credits include Gizmo (Camden People’s Theatre),

Do Not Disturb (Theatro Technis, London), Consequences (Hen and Chickens Theatre, London; The Space, London; and various locations across Manchester) and The Book (The Space, London; various locations in Manchester).  He co-hosts the KinkyFish Improv jam and facilitates training sessions in Edinburgh.

"...Condon and Carstairs’ performances are also noteworthy..."

Everything Theatre on CONSEQUENCES

Clotilde Lataille - Designer, Visual Artist, undisputed Queen of Mixology

'Sensitive to the change, exchange, meeting, space'

After briefly studying literature, Clotilde Lataille decided to study visual art, graduating in 2010 with a masters from the University of Art and Design (ECAL) in Lausanne, Switzerland. Clotilde decided to move to London to continue her work.  Clotilde’s work takes her where her interests drive her, and for the first time, her journey brings her to theatre. She developed the sets for The Violinist and Consequences as if given a white canvas to work with:

"My work is based on the space, I play with it until it becomes mine. All my projects are designed on the appropriation of the specific space."

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