Ned Rudkins-Stow


Ned trained at Rose Bruford College on the Actor-Musicianship programme. Ned’s theatre credits include: BU21 (Old Joint Stock Theatre), Orlando in AS YOU LIKE IT (Watermill Theatre), Lee Harvey Oswald in ASSASSINS (Watermill Theatre & Nottingham Playhouse); Sebastian in TWELFTH NIGHT (Wilton’s Music Hall); Moose in CRAZY FOR YOU (Watermill Theatre & UK Tour); Guy Bellingfield in POSH (Barons Court Theatre); Paris in ROMEO & JULIET (Watermill Theatre) and Will Scarlet in ROBIN HOOD (Watermill Theatre). Ned also recently narrated the audiobook THE OTHER PANDEMIC: HOW QANON CONTAMINATED THE WORLD by Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist James Ball.

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Daniel Gregory


Daniel studied at Identity School of Acting in London. He is also a member of National Youth Theatre. In 2018, he made his professional stage debut in ASWANG at Theatro Technis in Camden. His theatre credits include Jack Thorne’s AFTER-LIFE (South London Theatre) and PETER-RABBIT’S EASTER ADVENTURE (Histronic), AND WITH A HEAVE WE PUSHED THROUGH (Lakeside Theatre). He also starred on screen as Luca in the BAFTA winning BBC TV show MOOD and worked extensively on many short films such as THE STATEMENT (2021) and THE BOY WHO STOLE GOD (2021).

Chloe Ballantine


Chloe trained in Musical Theatre at Italia Conti’s Arts Centre (Performing Arts Diploma) and continued her studies in Theatre with the Guildford School of Acting (BA Hons Theatre). She has recently workshopped new writing for Zoë Watson in CHEF-ESS (Golden Goose Theatre).  Credits whilst training include: Joanne in RENT, The Skriker in THE SKRIKER. This is Chloe’s professional debut and her first season with the English Theatre of Hamburg.

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Peter Dewhurst


Peter trained at the Oxford School of Drama (One Year Acting). He has worked extensively in UK theatre with companies such as Wildcard, Parabolic Theatre, and Justice in Motion – his credits range through Shakespeare, comedy, physical theatre and immersive performance. He has also developed and toured his own solo-show, HOW WE THINK WE THINK (Exit Productions). Peter’s theatre credits include Jack in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, Mercutio in ROMEO AND JULIET (London Theatre Workshop) and Adam in AI LOVE YOU (Exit Productions). Peter has also worked in film and TV between the UK and Canada, appearing in Netflix’s BRAND NEW CHERRY FLAVOUR (Netflix), BATWOMAN (Warner Bro’s), and THE TWILIGHT ZONE (CBS). This is Peter’s first season with The English Theatre of Hamburg.