All In The Timing Cast and Crew Biographies

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Aoife DAoife Deane
Aoife has returned to drama (the on stage variety) after a 10 year hiatus.In real life she is a passionate weight loss dietitian/coach. However since being cast as Bernie in Sexual Perversity in Chicago she wonders is it her true calling in life to be a rough alpha male who hates bitches and sounds strangely like Mr T.

CharishmaCharishma Nanwani
Charishma is thrilled to be cast in a KDC production. Having a life-long stammer and no drama experience, she never thought it would be possible to go into acting. So she is very grateful for this wonderful opportunity and cannot think of a better group of delightful strangers with whom to share the experience. Off the stage, Charishma is pursuing a career in law and policy.

Clara MCiara Murray
Ciara is not Beyoncé so could you all please stop asking.




Franki GFranki Georgiou
Having been part of the group that took Keeping in Touch with Temptation to the Camden Fringe Festival in 2014; Franki is very excited to have joined a second play with KDC. She’s thrilled to be involved with dead Russians, a few monkeys, small time thieves and some serial daters. And that’s just the cast!

Frankie WFrankie Wade
This is Frankie’s first ever theatre performance. He is absolutely loving being a part of KDC and cannot wait to perform All In The Timing.



Henry H 2Henry Williamson
Shockingly underprepared with a susceptibility to ornithology.




Katy TKaty Treble
This is Katy’s third performance with KDC. She is super excited to be playing both a monkey and Trotsky (amongst other delights). What more could a girl want? Apart from maybe some cheese. Brie preferably. Mmm cheese.


Kaustubh VKaustubh Vaidya
A Mechanical Engineer by profession with passion for acting. Originally from India with the experience of performing in amateur theatre groups back home. Associated with London based Indian theatre groups as well and looking forward to the new challenge of performing in English for the first time with KDC! Thrilled be a part of hilarious comedy in which it is ‘ALL IN THE TIMING’!

Kim M 2Kim Morrison
Age 7 Kim was cast as Mary in her school nativity play, in rehearsal five the so-called ‘director’ removed all her lines after she ‘took a risk’ and tried smothering the baby Jesus with the box of Myrr. Kim is not sure why she is continually cast as the psychotic girlfriend but thinks the repression of these early impulses may have been a contributing factor. She wants people to know she is just an average girl with an overactive imagination and a semi-automatic revolver.

Peter CPeter Cabrera
Peter began acting at school and followed on at University. Since moving to London in 2007, he has acted in and produced a number of plays, including producing Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You for KDC Theatre in 2012 and playing Napoleon in George Bernard Shaw’s The Man of Destiny at the Bridewell Theatre. In 2013, he played the Runner in The 17 Greatest Dates of Matthew Reading, an independently-produced feature film. Last year, he played Lord Goring in An Ideal Husband for KDC and Captain Valere in Tartuffe at the Courtyard Theatre for Nomadic Theatrical Productions, which he also produced.


Kat-sqKat Wootton
Kat earns her rather scary reputation as a demanding, stern, and possibly slightly obsessive taskmaster; ask anyone who was in Hamlet (2013). She has been keeping actors under her thumb and on their toes for KDC since 2012. When not directing theatre, she makes short films, pops up as an actor in indie films (Alternative Dating, 17 Greatest Dates of Matthew Reading) and KDC plays (Casual Encounters, The Walls are Watching (2014)) and finds time for a day job in TV. She’s excited to be bringing the bizarre and hugely American world of David Ives to the KDC audience, and hopes that folks will be as delighted as they will be baffled.

Andy MarchantAndy Marchant
Andy is a repeat offender at KDC Theatre,  having written,  directed and acted in numerous shows, most recently the KDC Halloween show The Walls Are Watching,  and auditioning on behalf of the company as Bottom for the RSC. He is fond of of madcap plays such as All In The Timing,  and feels he is now ready to supervise monkeys…

Fozia KFozia Khaliq
Fozia enjoys busying herself with creative endeavours – working across film, theatre and art. This is her fourth production with KDC and will certainly not be the last.



Asma MAsma Mani
Having acted and assistant directed with KDC on several occasions since 2012, Asma is looking forward to working out what a stage manager does. She understands it has something to do with props. And people. Asma is a David Ives enthusiast – she was so delighted by the wit and charm of his writing on first reading almost 18 months ago that she is still dating the person who introduced her to his plays.

All In The Timing Cast List

Congratulations to the cast of All In The Timing, on between 31 March and 4 April at The Lion & Unicorn Theatre, Kentish Town:

Aoife Deane
Charishma Nanwani
Clara Rowe
Franki Georghiou
Frankie Wade
Katy Treble
Kaustubh Vaidya
Kim Morrison
Peter Cabrera
Henry Williams

Spring Season 2015 Auditions

The Spring Season 2015 will consist of:

17 – 21 March 2015
These Shining Lives by Melanie Marnich
Directed by Kate Moore

24 March – 28 March 2015
The Butler Didn’t Do It by Ryan Watson
Directed by Charlotte Vassell

31 March – 4 April 2015
All In The Timing by David Ives
Directed by Kat Wootton

Auditions Notices for These Shining Lives and The Butler Didn’t Do It
Date: 12, 13 and 14 January
Time: 7pm
Venue: Clean Break Studios, 2 Patshull Road, Kentish Town, NW5 2LB. The nearest tube is Kentish Town

You can audition for both shows on the same night though ultimately you can only be cast in one.

Auditions Notice for All In The Timing
Date: 20 and 21 January
Time: 7pm
Venue: Clean Break Studios, 2 Patshull Road, Kentish Town, NW5 2LB. The nearest tube is Kentish Town

Our auditions are free to attend. There’ll be committee members on hand to help every night so we promise you’ll be well looked after!

Please come along on whichever days suits you but do bear in mind that the last night is usually very busy so we’d advise you come on an earlier night if you can.

Recalls will be on the following Saturdays following the initial auditions, i.e. 17 and 24 January.