Announcing our East End Boys, West End Girls cast!

Delighted to share the news of our cast for the new show, East End Boys, West End Girls, touring London this July August.

Jenne Eggleton, Alhaji Fofana, Ismail Kamara and Montana Mascoll (left to right below) are our East And West End Boys and girls!

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The Cast of East End Boys, West End Girls

JENNIE EGGLETON (BALI)
Jennie studied at Drama Studio London in 2013 after graduating from University of Leeds with a 2.1 in English Theatre Studies. Stage credits include her one-woman show ‘Close To You’ at the Edinburgh Fringe, which was then transferred to the Southwark Playhouse last year. Other theatre credits include ‘Ashes’ at The Park Theatre and Jennie was recently a finalist in the Monologue Slam at Theatre Royal Stratford East. Last year saw Jennie’s feature film debut, playing the female lead role of Molly in Cannibal Films’ ‘Tear Me Apart’ and most recently finished shooting her TV debut as Cotton Lively in Disney’s TV series ‘Evermoor Chronicles’.

Jennie is thrilled to be a part of East End Boys, West End Girls.

ALHAJI FOFANA (TOBI)
Alhaji’s TV credits include the role of MAYHEM (The IT Crowd, Channel 4), TOMMY (London Irish, Channel 4), ABRAHAM (Youngers, E4), EL DIABLO (Siblings BBC3), and a part in Brotherhood (Comedy Central). Alhaji’s radio credits include the role of TYRE in in ‘Can’t tell Nathon Caton Nothing.’

ISMAIL KAMARA (OLLY)
Ismail graduated earlier this summer from the two-year acting course at The Poor School in Kings Cross. Theatre, whilst training included Accrington Pals, The Cherry Orchard, Hamlet, Hedda Gabler, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Merchant of Venice, The Crucible and Dancing at Lughnasa.

This production marks Ismail’s professional debut as an actor.

MONTANA MASCOLL (KATIE)
Montana has trained for the last three years at Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance on European Theatre Arts, where she engaged in intense physical training, devising and ensemble work. She also trained at the Estonian Academy of Music and Dramatic Art last year for an intensive three months on her Erasmus Placement. Recently, Montana performed with cast from the RSC in A Midsummer Nights Dream, directed by Ian Hughes at Squerryes Court.

East End Boys, West End Girls is her first professional engagement.

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