We are delighted to introduce our cast for On Monday Last Week.

Shireenah Ingram

Originally from the Midlands, Shireenah is an Actor, Presenter and Song-writer. After receiving actor training with Identity Drama School she set her sights high and became a freelance performer and proactively found work. Shireenah has recently starred in ‘Ital Reign’ a pilot movie, toured interactive Children’s shows, and modelled for a stock animation shoot. Her earliest solo gig was singing ‘You Are My Sunshine’ to then local MP Estelle Morris visiting her nursery class.

Playing Kamara in ‘On Monday Last Week’ is an exciting challenge combining her artistic skills and creative flair.

Like-minded professionals connect via @ShireenACT


Stephen Bradley

Stephen Bradley

Stephen is a graduate of the Guildford School of Acting.

Television and Film credits include Hitmen (pilot) Channel 4/Bingo Productions; HBO/Sky Atlantic’s Penny Dreadful and The Tudors.

Theatre credits include On Monday Last Week at Etcetera Theatre, London; Plain Speak, London Irish Centre; For Blue Eagle Productions, By Mr. Farquhar, Fair Faa Ye, USA (US tour) and Love, and a Bottle; For Second Age Theatre Company, Irish National tours of The Merchant of Venice, King Lear and Hamlet; 24 Hour Plays at the Hyde Theatre Festival and a one-man performance of A Christmas Carol.

Koral NeilKoral Neil

Koral who plays the role of Tracy, is a British born actress. She studied at Identity School of Acting and is represented by a London based talent agency. On stage, Koral is known for her portrayal of Rebecca in Silent Screams. On TV she has appeared as Grace in Call the Midwife, an Alpha Mum in Motherland and an Unexpected Star of the Show actor in Michael McIntyre’s Big Show. Koral has also worked in feature films, she has played Jenny Marshall in Kaleidoscope Man and as a Stand In and Body Double in Steven Spielberg’s forthcoming blockbuster Ready Player One.




Natalya MartinNatalya Martin

Natalya trained at East 15 Acting School (2013 – 2016) and has worked in theatre, film and television. Her previous credits include the stage production of “Barbies Head” by Anthony Clarke, and most recently an independent short film “Sending XX Kisses” by Sam Hugh. She has also been working on new theatre production “Passing” by Indigo Griffiths. Natalya is is co-founder and managing director of theatre company, ‘FEEL Theatre’, who specialise in creating sensory shows and experiences for young people with disabilities. FEEL Theatre’s most recent show “Sensory Circus” just completed a successful 2 week run at Theatre Royal Stratford East.