2009 Production

Allan Scott-Douglas - Breunor

Edinburgh-born actor and singer Allan, has worked on various theatrical and musical productions since graduating with Distinction from QMUC's BA Acting degree course in 2006. Allan also appeared as Robert Burns in the new musical, 'Ae Fond Kiss' for Nonsenseroom Productions at the Scottish Mining Museum in Newtongrange.

Anne Kane Howie - Morgan Le Fay

Anne graduated from the Drama Studio London. She appeared as Nan in ‘Self Help’ also with Siege Perilous; toured venues in north-east Scotland, including The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen and Dundee Rep, playing Paula in ‘Lest We Forget’, a play about the Piper Alpha tragedy; and undertook several roles in ‘The Laramie Project’ with Random ACT Theatre Company. TV credits include Eastenders.

Carrie Westwater - Guinevere

Carrie graduated from Langside College in 2001 and has since performed with Cumbernauld Theatre, Glasgow Repertory Co (during Bard and the Botanics) and Fizzgig and Grub. In more recent years she has been stretching her directing muscles with Glasgow based Theatre Found Limited.

Colin Healy - Lancelot

Colin Healy trained at the RSAMD. His previous credits include, ‘Under Milk Wood’, Benedick in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, ‘The Caged Bird’ and most recently as Lucius in ‘Titus Andronicus’.

Damien Hughes - Perceval

Damien was introduced to acting by small Glasgow based companies such as Burnout Films and Cardonald Community Theatre. From there he joined The Strathclyde Theatre Group and took part in plays at Glasow's Ramshorn Theatre such as ‘From The Calton To Catalonia’ and ‘Some Explicit Polaroids’.

Ian Watt - Merlin

Credits include ‘Legend of the BBC’, ‘A Very Scottish Autopsy’, ‘CUT’, ‘The Emotional Life of Furniture’ and ‘There’s Gold in Them There Hills!’ with Citadel Arts. Ian has appeared on TV & radio and toured his own show ‘John Laurie: Frazer & I’ drawing admiration from Dad’s Army creator Jimmy Perry.

Jim Byars - Arthur

RSAMD trained, Jim has regularly appeared on TV and many of Scotland’s leading theatres as well as film and commercials. TV credits include Taggart, Take the High Road and Rab C Nesbitt. He has performed at the Traverse, Lyceum, King’s and Brunton theatres in Edinburgh, Cumbernauld, Citizens, King’s, Pavilion in Glasgow and Byre Theatre, St Andrews.

Paul Crommie - Kay

After studying at University College Northampton and Hertford Regional College, Paul’s theatre career began with appearances as Ross in the Harlow Playhouse production of ‘Macbeth’, and a lead role in Ibsen’s ‘Hedda Gabler’ at the same venue. He toured nationally with M&M Productions, fulfilling roles as varied as Fagin, The Mad Hatter and Captain Hook.

Scott Cadenhead - Gawain

Scott is a founding member of "The Patter Merchants” whose production of 'Abigail's Party’ took place at the end of September at Stereo in Glasgow. For Fringe 2009 he also featured in Arkle Theatre's production of ‘Taming of the Shrew’.

Steven McMahon - Mordred

Steven made his professional debut in 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe' at the Lyceum, Edinburgh 2008. Since then, he performed in 'Success' with Lyceum Youth Theatre at the Lyceum and Traverse Theatres. He has formed his own company, ineffect.