Sleeping Beauty Cast


Greg Coulson – Domestos

Greg is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. In 2010 he joined the legendary two-tone band The Selecter. Greg has been with the current line up for the past 5 years, with over 400 appearances worldwide under his belt to date. His theatre Credits include Treasure Island (Birmingham Rep Theatre), Close To You – Bacharach Reimagined at The Criterion Theatre (West End) and What’s It All About? (Menier Chocolate Factory, London). 


David Heywood – Mordred

David makes his Theatr Clwyd debut in Sleeping Beauty. Recent shows include the 25th Anniversary UK Tour of Return To The Forbidden Planet and Treasure Island (Birmingham Rep).


James Ifan – Simon Steadfast, a foundling/Athos

James was a finalist on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent with Only Boys Aloud in 2012. Recent shows include Henry IV (Parts 1 and 2) and The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning in Guildford and A Good Clean Heart at The Other Room in Cardiff.


Sean McKenzie – Nurse Tabetha Trott

Sean plays Dame Tabetha following his memorable Widow Twankey in Aladdin, his first panto appearance at Theatr Clwyd. His other shows include The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at The Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, the National Theatre productions of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time and Alan Bennett’s Lady in the Van and the UK and international tour of War Horse. On TV he was in VeraDownton Abbey and Shameless. Films include 24 Hour Party People.


Lynwen Haf Roberts – Morgana, the Witch

Lynwyn played Cherry in the S4C soap opera Rownd a Rownd for two and a half years and recently appeared in the TV comedy Run Sbit. Theatre includes shows at The Other Room and for Sherman Cymru, Arad Goch and Dirty Protest. 


Emmy Stonelake – Frederica, an apprentice Fairy

Emmy’s graduated from Rose Bruford College, London, where she was a Laurence Olivier Bursary winner. Her stage work includes Much Ado About Nothing (Colchester Mercury) and Beauty and The Beast (Liverpool Everyman).


Rowan Talbot – King Camelot

A familiar panto face, Rowan played the Emperor in Theatr Clwyd’s Aladdin and also starred in Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood. Other work includes Green Man Red Woman and The Children’s Court for National Theatre Wales and Noises Off and Twelfth Night at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch. He is also in the band Firewoodisland, which recently broke onto the festival circuit with a spot on the BBC Introducing Stage at the Latitude Festival.


Luke Thornton – Harold The Herald

Luke made his Theatr Clwyd rock ‘n’ roll panto debut as the Grand Vizer in Aladdin last year. His recent theatre includes Footloose (UK Tour), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Paladium and Dusty in the West End. He has also performed as a soloist at the Royal Albert Hall and Sidney Opera House.


Elian West – Princess Susie

Elian appears in the rock and roll panto for the first time as Princess Susie. A recent Mountview graduate she has also performed as a vocalist with the Welsh Musical Theatre Orchestra in A Night at the Musicals.


Zoe West – Fairy Fanciful

Zoe appeared in Creatives, a comic pop-opera by Irvine Welsh and Don De Grazia at The Pleasance, Edinburgh as part of this year’s Fringe Festival. Other musicals include Constance & Sinestra and The Cabinet of Dreams at Latitude Festival and in London and Island Song at Stratford Circus. 


Zoe Waterman – Director

Zoe’s work includes shows at New Vic, Stoke, Nottingham Playhouse, Theatre by the Lake in Keswick and the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Designer – Adrian Gee
Lighting Designer – Mark Howland
Sound Designer – Matthew Williams
Choreographer – Lucy Hind
Casting Director – Debbie O’Brien