Carry On Jaywick: About the Cast

GeorgiaBrownCropGeorgia Brown graduated from LAMDA and made her West End debut in A Chorus of Disapproval. Other work in theatre includes Harold Pinter – A Celebration at the National Theatre; Somewhere in England for Eastern Angles; and her own play, Daddy’s Girl for Three Streets Productions. She was in the original production of Carry On Jaywick. TV includes Quacks, Blue Bar and The Bill. Film includes New Cross: Coming up 2012.


LauraCurnickCropLaura Curnick trained at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. She studied the Meisner technique with The Impulse Theatre Company and is training in improvisation with The Free Association. Recent theatre: Alice in Wonderland at Birmingham Old Rep; Blocked at Brighton Fringe; The Lost Island Adventure, Aladdin, Punch, Late Breaking News and Golden Boy at Greenwich Theatre; Aladdin at the Lighthouse Theatre, Poole; Not Now Bernard and other Monster Stories, Aladdin  and Cinderella at the Mercury, Colchester; Excuse Me Mrs Pardon at the Edinburgh Fringe and on UK tour; Dick at Leicester Square Theatre; The List at the Page to Stage Festival for Aria Entertainment; NewsRevue at The Canal Café Theatre; The Cat in the Rain for Chief Theatre Company; Dogging at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern; Operation New Life at the Hen and Chickens; and Arthur Smith’s Walkabout for Street Theatre. TV and film: Tracey Emin’s Top Spot for the BBC (dir. Michael Winterbottom), and Red Mist (Swerve Films).


CliveKeeneCropClive Keene trained at Arts Educational Schools London and De Montfort University. Theatre includes BU21 at Trafalgar Studios and Theatre503; Carry On Jaywick at Vault Festival; Trident Moon at the Finborough Theatre; Deadly Dialogues at Edinburgh Festival/3LD Theatre, New York; Beauty & The Beast at Sutton House; Pericles at the Rose Theatre; His Dark Materials at the Curve Theatre, and Romeo & Juliet on UK tour. Film includes Snowdrop: The Life of Noor Inayat KhanMortalis and Book of Matches.


MathewWernhamCropMathew Wernham trained at Drama Centre London. Theatre includes Fatzer: Downfall of an Egoist at North Wall Arts Centre); Bezna Theatre’s CRIME at Camden Etcetera and Teatrul Unteatru Bucharest; Brecht and Steffin and Love in a Time of Exile and War at Southbank Centre and Birmingham REP; Gate 35 at the Gate; Pink Confetti at The Courtyard Theatre and Teatrul Tony Bulandra Romania; and The Lady From the Sea with KX Platform Theatre. Dance and movement work includes Macbeth at Sadler’s Wells; Piecework at Sadler’s Wells; and VEIL at Theatre Eschloraque Berlin. Film and radio include EliRegret, Dogs of Pulp, and Tommies (BBC Radio 4).