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Claudette Athea Douglas

Claudette is the founder and Artistic Director of the Holy Apostles Theatre Ministry, which is an urban mission that brings the gospels to life by using intervention theatre, innovative interpretations and their reality role plays I am a believer get me out of here! to "take the message of love and redemption out of the confines of religiosity and  bring the Holy Spirit to a whole new audience”.

She is an ordained inter-denominational Minister with a strong passion and long history of campaigning for causes of social equality, justice and peace.  Claudette works as a singer, poet, actor, teacher, Drama in Education specialist and community cohesion expert throughout the UK. She is both a social  philanthropist, and cultural activist who is able to combine wellbeing, creativity, personal empowerment and spirituality to transform hundreds of lives through her Decorating the spirit, events, workshops, creativity boot camps and resources.

Her Theatre work began in Jamaica where she migrated to as a teenager. Here she won numerous awards for speech, music and Drama at the National Festival of Arts.  

When she returned to the UK She formed Harmony Music and Dramatic Arts with Eugene Thomson and then La compagnie collective who she produced Mixty Motions, Court of Jah and monthly community based  showcases at The Dick Sheppard Community Centre.  As Artistic Director of Athea Hall Theatre Company she directed and appeared in many successful fringe theatre productions such as Bups, Hurricane Baby, Baby Father-where’s daddy, The Wickedest Slam and the acclaimed 1888 which toured Nigeria in 1992.  

Films include Concrete Garden [Alrick Riley], Velma’s Drink up [Adrian Brown] and 1888-Winner of Caribbean Critiques Circle Award [Don Buckner].

As well as writing plays for touring youth theatre productions including Bam Bam, Ragggella, Romeo and Juliet in the hood and To lose this world she wrote the much admired Dear Pastor.

She is currently working on her one woman show and publishing her first book of poems and prose by the same name Black Blessed and British.

Charles Angiama

Charles is an experienced professional actor having first graced West End's theatres at the tender age of 15, appearing in Lionel Bart's musical, Blitz. Since that time he has picked up credits working in film, tv and theatre in the UK and abroad.

Charles is well known for his appearance in Nollywood's film classic, Osoufia in London. As well as his work in commercials and corporate training films and forum theatre, he continues to share his love of theatre in one-man shows and small-scale arts projects.

Charles is delighted to bring back to life the character David Walker the part he previously played in Khareem Jamal's production  "The Abolitionist".

Mico Simondé

Mico is an actor who received his professional and classical training at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama Conservatoire. 

He has appeared in the BBC4 documentary drama, 'The Man Who Brought The Blues to Britain' and 'Big Bill Broonzy', in which he played Bill Broonzy.

Other roles include characters in classical drama by Euripides, Shakespeare and John Ford.

Adrian Betton

Adrian is an accomplished actor who has appeared in thaetre productions across the UK Canada Africa and Caribbean.  He has enjoyed playing a diverse variety of characters  and roles including most recently  lead role in the popular 'Love Sax and all that Jazz series of plays.
He has a passion for theatre productions both on and off the stage. In addition to acting Adrian is involved in a variety of creative arts, he is a Singer, Poet, Writer and also a DJ. Professionally Adrian is a Management Consultant working on notable projects across the UK . Adrian is honored to play the part of such a notable unique and multifaceted virtuoso Joseph Bolonge  Chavelier de st George