Jocelyn Zackon is a South African actress who has trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London and The Waterfront Theatre School in Cape Town.
Jocelyn’s theatre credits include: Sophie in The Tiger Who Came to Tea (West End and UK Tour), Princess So-Shi in Aladdin (Elgiva Theatre), Ensemble in Jack and the Beanstalk (York Theatre Royal) and Piglet in Winnie The Pooh (Artscape Theatre).
Besides theatre work, Jocelyn also works as a voiceover artist recording songs and narrations for the Little Baby Bum YouTube channel.
Jocelyn is delighted to be returning to The Tiger Who Came to Tea and is excited to be back on stage alongside the brilliant cast.
Lizzie trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Whilst in training Lizzie won the prestigious 'Fergal O'Mahoney' award for singing. Recent credits include: Snow Queen in The Snow Queen (Quantum Theatre), Mole in Wind in the Willows (Image Theatre UK), Mummy in The Tiger Who Came to Tea (UK Tour), Understudy Cinderella and Dancer in Cinderella (Fairfield Halls). Credits whilst in training include: Viola in Twelfth Night, Carol in Oleanna, Rebecca Nurse in The Crucible and Elizaveta Grushinskya in Grand Hotel.
Originally from Stirling, David moved to London to study at Bird College where he graduated with a first class BA (Hons) in Dance and Theatre Performance. Credits include Slightly in Lost Boy (Finborough Theatre), Johnny in Geek! - A New Musical (Tristan Bates Theatre), Noel and Cole: A Marvellous Party (Landor Theatre), Rodgers and Hammerstein Songbook (Epsom Playhouse) and Temperance Man in The Ripper (Charing Cross Theatre).
David joined the cast of The Tiger Who Came to Tea in March 2019 and has been lucky enough to perform the show to audiences throughout the UK as well as at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London's West End.
David is an active student at AMAW (Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop).
Tia Bunce is thrilled to be making her Professional Debut with The Tiger Who Came to Tea. Tia began her training at Janice Sutton Theatre School at the age of 3 and at the age of 16 began her training at Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama, on the 3 Year Professional Musical Theatre Diploma. Whilst studying at MADD Tia played Diana Morales in A Chorus Line, Mary Warren in The Crucible and Julie Cassidy in Urinetown.
Glen graduated from University of Chichester Musical Theatre - BA Hons.
Recent credits include Tom in Bromance, Kenton Theatre Studio, Henley-On-Thames. Credits while training include Bobby in Crazy For You, Frederick in A Little Night Music and Baraclough in Betty Blue Eyes. Glen is thrilled to be returning to the company of The Tiger Who Came to Tea.