CAST AND CREW
Our Resident Team
We work with a different team of actors and crew in every different production, providing opportunity to professionals and amateurs alike. However, there are some core members of the CLICK team.
Producer / Director
Audrey is a professional (equity registered) actress, also holding her Performance Certificate from LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art). Audrey's favourite performance credits include "The Witch" (Into The Woods, Vanbrugh Theatre), "Connie" (A Chorus Line), “Miranda” (Return to the Forbidden Planet), and most recently “Shelby” (Steel Magnolias).
Audrey’s TV & Film background work means she can also be seen in 007 Spectre, Dr Strange, Peep Show, The Tracey Ullman Show, Eastenders and Holby City. A trained aerobics instructor and dancer Audrey also choreographs – and of course teaches drama (including LAMDA examinations) on an ad-hoc basis – when she’s not writing Business Books and delivering training!
Audrey currently hosts The Wellbeing Lounge on NLive Radio for which she was awarded SILVER (2nd place) for “Female Presenter of the Year” by the Community Radio Awards 2022. The performing arts are so central to helping instil confidence, offer opportunity and connect…click you might say. To find out more about Audrey please visit www.draudreyt.com
Set Design, Media and Tech
Himself an experienced performer used to such stages as Her Majesty’s Theatre Haymarket, The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Barnet Arts Depot, and RADA’s Vanbrugh, and roles such as “Jerry” (The Full Monty); “Cookie” (Return to the Forbidden Planet); “Romero” (Romero the Musical – for which he was highly praised by those who worked with the now beatified Archbishop); and “Basil” (Fawlty Towers), David now provides production support (including pyrotechnics).
It’s largely because his work as a Red Bull F1 race engineer takes up a lot of his time now, but we love having him round…without him, we’d be in the dark!
Abigail’s Stage Management training brought her to LAMDA, and her prop building took her to the London Olympic Ceremonies prop department, succeeding in the highest number of hours worked and being rewarded by meeting the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince of Wales.
Amongst her professional credits are a five week work placement at Russell Beck’s Prop Studio working on the sets for Thomas The Tank Engine on Tour, Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera and Being Shakespeare. Abigail’s Theatre work outside of CLICK (where she is resident Stage Manager managing stages such as RADA’s Vanbrugh) includes Technical Stage Manager (Hedda Gabler), Assistant Stage Manager (Cressida- Bowness Tour), Assistant Stage Manager (Arcadia, Lyric Theatre Hammersmith), Chief Production Carpenter (The Merry Wives of Windsor, Twelfth Night, The Drill Hall), Construction Crew (Touched, A Woman of No Importance, Taking Steps, Tricycle Theatre), Lighting Technician (Redemption Over Hammersmith Broadway, Daisy Pulls it Off- Lyric Theatre Hammersmith). Abigail is also First Aid, Fire Safety and SPA (Safety Pass Alliance) trained.
Patsy first started performing in 2015, aged 48 as a way of recovering from a significant bereavement. One of her latest roles was as a Nun in The Pope at The Royal Theatre Northampton in May/June 2019, as part of the community ensemble. Previous ensemble work included Grapes of Wrath in 2017 and SOUL in 2016. Patsy appeared on tour in Stepping Out debuting her tap-dancing and singing skills in the role of Rose. She has also appeared in Caribbean Solders and Return to the Forbidden Planet in 2015, and her first speaking part was in Gaslight at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden in 2017.
Since then she performed in the mental health concert at The Etcetera Theatre in support of Mind, was part of CLICK’s Twelfth Night covid response online production, and recently strutted her stuff as Miss Clairee in Steel Magnolias.
Jemma is mum to 2 boys (secondary school age - keeping her very busy!) She enjoys playing sports and plays in a team in a local netball league. Jemma was a backing singer in a play for the local school band, also singing for a couple of fundraisers. Jemma was part of the ensemble in “Return of the Forbidden Planet”, appeared in Twelfth Night during lockdown – CLICK’s response to the pandemic raising money for the Hope Centre, and also recorded vocals for an original music video for a new musical about the life of Buddha.
She's performed at the Etcetera theatre, London as part of a concert raising money for Mind, and was the vocalist/Voice of KPPD Radio in Steel Magnolias where she also provided stage management support.