I Hear Voices Theatre Company
Darren is co-
Darren spent his twenties and thirties recording albums and videos with a variety of folk, rock and punk bands including Blyth Power, The Wickermen, and Jack's Family. He has played every type of venue imaginable (small pubs to sports stadiums) from the Isle of Skye to Melbourne in Australia. He is now composer in residence for IHVTC -
Damien obtained his B.A. (Hons) in Performing Arts at the University of Hertfordshire where he devised a twenty minute production of The Tempest on roller-
An unpopular—indeed, widely disliked—solo performer of last resort on the local comedy circuit, Dave is also in a double-
Mary got involved in IHVTC because she gets bored easily and IHVTC didn't know a lot of gullible women. Luckily, IHVTC has turned out to be a lot of fun and Mary turned out to be able to read a script in silly voices. Mary also likes knitting, reading, alternative music and in the day-
Forbidden to take up acting under the Weapon of Mass Destruction Laws, Dean has been forced to find other outlets for his creative urges. Gaining at least local fame as a magician, Dean sometimes provides warm up performances at our shows as well as wrangling the audiences and convincing them to say the right things in the right places. Currently he is learning to play the ukulele, just to taunt Richard Potter.
An ex printer [The Artist that formerly Prints]. Have written poems and plays for BBC radio. [In one of which was called upon to whistle.] Frequent lurking appearances as an extra in Mercury Theatre productions. Oldest member of I Hear Voices by several light years. So old, he can remember Danny and the Juniors and Rambling Syd Rumpo.
Found loitering behind an abandoned bank in the midst of Colchester, Richard has assisted with digital sound effects, performed Foley and recently been allowed to make vocal noises for I Hear Voices. He is also a first rate local bass player, second rate rock DJ and third rate amateur swordsman. He lives somewhere near a train track.
After leaving drama school Sara spent years touring the country playing anything from ladies in posh frocks to fluffy animals, Shakespeare to Noddy, from Inverness to The Minack, Cornwall. She has worked with BBC Radio Four and loves the freedom of Radio Drama (i.e. she doesn't have to play short and scrawny). She is a storyteller both for children and adults (meaning ghosts and legends).
Matthew is is a qualified electrician and part time noise maker, dragged in at the last minute to open and shut a miniature door and hit, shake and generally make sounds with odd things.