We are delighted to announce the cast for Marshall Street.

Bernice – Criscentia Spence

Criscentia trained in Acting and Musical theatre at The Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama in Nottingham. Her acting experience includes, Touring Theatre, Theatre in Education, Puppetry, Short Films, Forum Theatre and Musical Theatre. Currently she is producing a children’s puppet show.

She also writes and produces plays and performs self-penned poetry

Gladys – Julie Baker

Julie has worked extensively as a actor and community arts practitioner. She has taken on a variety of roles throughout the years in a number of settings from theatres and schools, to probation centres, with companies such as Women & Theatre and The Playhouse. She has worked as a performer, creator, director and facilitator often using drama as a tool to develop and explore within group settings.

She is also a qualified yoga teacher.

Harbhajan – Gurpreet Boparai

Gurpreet is a young passionate performer and excited to be a part of the Marshall Street production.  Gurpreet has been involved in the arts since a young age and then began his acting training, achieving highly in a Performing Arts diploma. He then continued his training at University level, achieving a First class honours in a BA Drama degree. 

Following on from his training, Gurpreet has gone on to work on a variety of projects showcasing his passion for the arts, making his debut to the cinema screen with his feature in the fiIm “Band Vaaje”. 

Ronnie – Jason Adam

Jason is a Birmingham based actor and a recent graduate of the Master’s programme at The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. This is his first professional production, and he is super excited it’s a piece of new writing about an event that happened in the Midlands. He has lived in Birmingham all his life and is honoured to start his professional acting career in his home city.

He is excited to work on Marshall Street as ‘Ronnie’ to help the cast and director Jon Morris to bring our voice to Paul Magson’s writing, bringing it to life.