Originally from Dunfermline, Elspeth trained at The Urdang Academy, London and is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Film credits include: Stephen In The Attic (Directed by Joseph Parker); Real Life Mallory (R.L. Maynard); The Box (Christopher L. Cook). She’s performed extensively in theatre in both the UK and the US. UK productions include: Granite (National Theatre of Scotland); The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart (Eastern Angles); Mischief (Oran Mor / Traverse); Maim (Theatre Gu Leor); The Idiot At The Wall; SpectreTown (Stoirm Og); A War Of Two Halves (Nonsense Room). U.S. theatre credits include: Dial M For Murder and The Odd Couple (Engeman Theatre); The Pillowman (Theatre Row); Titus Andronicus & Macbeth (The Queens Players).
Born in Edinburgh and brought up between Australia & Scotland, Tim trained at Drama Centre London, graduating in 2001. Screen credits: Outlander (Sony/Starz); The Princess Switch: Switched Again (Netflix); Richard Jobson’s New Town Killers; Guardians (Braine Hownd); Narcopolis; Tomorrow Might Be The Day and Lucky Star (SFTN); Distant Sky; To Fix A Broken Heart; Timbre; Waterloo Road; Taggart; The Tony Miller Story (BBC Alba); The Queen’s Wedding (Mentorn); Children Of The Dead End (Glass Machine); and both Lyre's feature films The Inheritance and The Space Between. Theatre includes work for Glasgow Citz, Theatre 503, Stoirm Og, Bard In The Botanics, Long Lane Theatre, Magnetic North, Bunbury Banter, Fire Exit, Theatre Enigma, Nonsense Room.
Originally from Aberdeenshire, David trained at Drama Centre London, graduating in 2001. He has worked widely in theatre, film & TV. Credits include the award-winning feature Guardians directed by Mark A.C. Brown; Rekindle directed by Marios Hamboulides; Lair directed by Adam Crow; The Space Between; Corinthian; Stalker; A to Z of Sexual Fetishes; Beard; Sticky; Off The Charts, and he’s well-known for BAFTA-winning comedy Fonejacker. David’s first comedy gig was at the Friars Club in Beverly Hills resulting from a series of lies he couldn't get out of. Following a successful debut, he took up stand-up comedy and has performed prolifically across the UK, including at The Comedy Store, and toured comedy to Panama, Norway and Croatia.
David trained at Drama Centre London, graduating in 2009. He played Adam Clayton in Killing Bono, directed by Nick Hamm. He toured the UK in Of Mice And Men with Birmingham Rep theatre, and toured the world as Art Garfunkel in The Simon and Garfunkel Story. In 2018 he travelled to India to work in Bollywood. 2019 saw David play Dr Astrov in Theatrical Niche's production of Uncle Vanya. David lives in St Neots with his wife, the actress Emma Hilts, and their fish. He relishes working with Lyre Productions.