Jocelyn Zackon trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, having previously trained at The Waterfront Theatre School in Cape Town.
Her credits-in-training include Fastrada in Pippin, Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance, Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, Eileen in Wonderful Town and Valerie Clark in A Chorus Line.
Jocelyn’s professional theatre credits include Jack and The Beanstalk (York Theatre Royal), Piglet in Winnie the Pooh (Artscape Theatre) and Tea for Three (Phoenix Artists’ Club).
Jocelyn recently performed in the commemorative piece that honoured the end of the Great War, Beyond The Deepening Shadow, at the Tower of London and played Princess So Shi in Aladdin at The Elgiva Theatre, Chesham.
Besides theatre work, Jocelyn also works as a voiceover artist and can be heard on the YouTube Channel Little Baby Bum.
Lizzie trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Whilst in training Lizzie won the prestigious ‘Fergal O’Mahoney’ award in singing. Recent credits include: Snow Queen in ‘The Snow Queen’ (Quantum Theatre), Kin in ‘Last Orders’ (Solomon Theatre), Mole in ‘The Wind in the Willows’ (Image Theatre UK).
Credits whilst in training include: Viola in Twelfth Night, Carol in Oleanna, Rebecca Nurse in The Crucible and Elizaveta Grushinskya in Grand Hotel.
Stephanie trained with M.A.D.D and The Actors Class London. She joined the company of “The Tiger Who Came to Tea” just after graduating and has been with 'Tiger' to visit the children and families of; Australia, China, Singapore, UAE, UK and Ireland. Originally from Lincolnshire and now based in London her recent work includes; The Journalist in “Baby” at Slam King’s Cross. TV/Film include; Ruth Ellis in Channel 5 documentary "Inside Holloway”, Jessica in short film “An Act of Weakness”. Stephanie is thrilled to be back with the ’Tiger’ team.
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. He is also a regular student at AMAW (Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop).
Credits include Edward in When Midnight Strikes (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Slightly in Lost Boy (Finborough Theatre), Johnny in Geek! - A New Musical (Tristan Bates Theatre), Noël and Cole: A Marvellous Party (Landor Theatre), Rodgers and Hammerstein Songbook (Epsom Playhouse) and Temperance Man in The Ripper (Charing Cross Theatre).
Credits include: The Snail and the Whale (Tall Stories, UK tour), Adventures in Wonderland and Inside Pussy Riot (Les Enfants Terribles), Blackbird and Can You Hear Me Major Tom? (Rondo Theatre), Wendy in Peter Pan and Marianne in Sense and Sensibility (Chapterhouse, UK open air tour), The Little Mermaid, R&D (Pins and Needles, The Egg), rehearsed readings: Off Dereham Road and Unscorched (Papatango, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmonds and Bristol Old Vic), Night of the Barghest (York Theatre Royal TakeOver Festival), Lights! Camera! Improvise! (Mischief Theatre), Pilgrim’s Progress (UK Tour and Edinburgh Fringe) Cymbeline (Tabard Theatre) and The Exclusion Zone (Southwark Playhouse).
Credits whilst training include: Rosaline in Love’s Labour’s Lost (Pleasance Theatre), Joanne in Rent (Bridewell Theatre).
Sarah made her West End debut with The Tiger who Came to Tea in 2018 as the role of understudy Mummy/Sophie. She joined the Tiger team in 2017 for the UK and international tour of the show. Sarah trained for 3 years in Musical theatre at MADD college in Nottingham. Other credits include: Dame/Cat in Dick Whittington and his Cat (Southend Christmas Tour), Performer in 20th Anniversary Spectacular (Disneyland Paris) and Dance Captain in Cabaret Times (Greek Tour). Sarah is beyond excited to be part of the magical show once again.
Glen trained at the University Of Chichester Musical Theatre- BA Hons.
Recent credits include The Tiger Who Came to Tea, West End & International Tour; and 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 Tiger Who Came to Tea for his second year with the show in 2019.
Adam was born and raised in Bristol before training at the Manchester School of Theatre in the UK (2014-2017) and appeared in several productions during his time there; Mr. Creakle/Mr. Dick in David Copperfield, Lester Lamb in Cloudstreet and The Politician in The Blue Room, to name but a few. Since graduating, he has been involved in a number of productions which have taken him all over the country, most recently as Douglas Adams in We Apologise for the Inconvenience which played at the Brighton, Buxton and Edinburgh Fringe festivals. Adam is incredibly excited to be embarking on his first international tour with ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ and hopes you enjoy the show!
Ben is a recent graduate of the University of Chichester’s Triple Threat course with a First Class Honours in Musical Theatre. Since graduating, Ben has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in ‘35mm: A Musical Exhibition’ and the most recent productions of ‘The Producers’ and ‘Wind in the Willows’ (Trinity Theatre). Ben was also fortunate enough to perform in the Chichester Festival Theatre’s cabaret ‘An Evening with the Fiddler on the Roof company’! Ben is extremely excited to be making his international debut in ‘The Tiger That Came To Tea’ and would like to thank his wonderful family, friends and agency for their continued support!
Abbey played Sophie the original production of The Tiger Who Came to Tea and has enjoyed touring all over the world with the production including a season at Sydney Opera House and several in the West End. Other family theatre includes Little Nutbrown Hare in Guess How Much I Love You. Mouse in The Gruffalo & The Gruffalo’s Child both in the West End and touring, Talullah in Maisy’s Treasure Hunt, Robin Hood and The Extraordinary adventures of Mr Benn for the Nuffield Southampton. The Book of the Banshee for The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Dick Whittington for Harrogate Theatre & The Alien in The Way Back Home and Fairy Lizzie in The Night Before Christmas both for Big Wooden Horse.
Grown up theatre includes Jan in I’ll Be Back Before Midnight for Nuton Productions directed by Emma Clayton, A Murder is Announced, The Maintenance Man, Pygmalion & The Importance of Being Earnest. Most recently she has been at Broadstairs Rep Theatre in The Entertainer and Teechers. She also sings in the vintage harmony trio 'Some Swell Sisters and is a founder member of The Shaw Society's acting company 'Shaw2020'.