Drummond Bowskill has shot , created and become many a zombie, burglar, viking, pirate, mad scientist, and megalomaniac mayor in his years as an actor. He has worked with Apocalypse Events, Petersham Playhouse, Les Enfants Terriblè, London Quest, Bearded Kitten and many others along side his more traditional stage and screen work, and will be found at the Goblins Ball in October as a rogue blacksmith.
Tim Kennington draws on extensive interactive and improvisational theatre experience to create uniquely memorable theatrical experiences. Tim has performed theatre and comedy for audiences at over 15 different UK festivals (including Glastonbury, Wilderness and Latitude) as well as 4 Fringe theatre shows including his most recent show (Doktor James's Akademy of Evil)- a children's comedy show that received critical acclaim and rave reviews from all ages.
Elizabeth Simoens is part of the Fire Hazard team and the main Stage Manager for Shadow Over Southwark. She is also a Master of Fine Arts student at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance focusing on live-gaming and audience agency. She has multiple years of performance experience via her ballet background, including a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance Performance from Butler University.
Jack discovered his love of acting when he played Bernado in a school production of West Side Story. He then went on to train at East 15 Acting School, from which he has recently graduated. Since graduating he has performed as a puppeteer in an online web series for the critically acclaimed online science magazine The Incomplete Map of the Cosmic Genome and performed in Multiple stage projects with Elicit Theatre Company at The King's Head Theatre and The Bread and Roses. Jack is looking forward to getting inside the mind of a monster - something which he thinks is well worth exploring...once in a while!
Justin Stathers graduated with a first in Writing, Directing and Performance from the University of York in 2011.
Justin has worked extensively both on the stage and screen. His talents also extend to being a writer and puppeteer, having reached the final shortlist for the Kenneth Branagh Award for New Writing 2012 and participated in the Lyric Hammersmith's Young Writers Programme in 2014.
Faye trained in theatre in Ireland and screen in L.A, moving to London after graduation. Since arriving in London she has worked on variety of projects from feature films to commercials, with a particular enjoyment of roles with a physical element. She has three years medieval weapons training, which has come in useful for action roles involving combat and stunt training. Faye has particularly enjoyed working in the horror genre and loves scaring audiences!
John Warden has been involved in live-action games for just over ten years, and has spent almost that long working in the theatre. He is excited to be working alongside Fire Hazard for a chance to put his improvisational skills and love of puzzles into practice. A street performer and long-term horror enthusiast, John wishes all players in the games the best of luck and the warmest welcome he can provide.
Alasdair is one of our in-house crew, working on our Undercover game and various other acting experiences. As part of Fire Hazard, Alasdair has helped to create and update a number of roles and is extremely knowledgeable about the Live Game industry.
William Thomas has been working in a variety of games for Fire Hazard since the beginning of 2016. He enjoys the thrill of spy in Undercover, to the chase of Citydash. He is very excited to be part of Shadows! William works with other theatre companies devoted to immersive experiences, and also works in classic theatre, television and film.