The Players

Almost all the Company were trained by Craig Snelling at the Actors’ Studio.  Following graduation the group formed BedlamB.  The Company’s first production was by Kim Sanger White and Joe Clark.  Now there are 11 key production members who participate in all aspects of production, directing, acting, stage, set props, publicity and generally whatever it takes to put on a show!

Often, our work tends to explore the subject of dysfunctional personalities and the disorder of life.  Over the past 6-7 years our productions have included previously published work by well known playwrights. We are always working on devising projects and regularly hold new play readings.


Anthony Bull

Anthony trained at Morley College with Craig Snelling. Recent film/tv credits include; Loving Lana by Clifton Lloyd-Bryan and an Agatha Christie bio for BBC2. He has a variety of different fringe theatre credits as an actor, director and  writer. Some personal highlights  include  California Suite as an actor.  Plenty of Space as a director and Not Going Down as a writer.  In 2006 he played Richard in Harold Pinter’s The Lover at White Bear Theatre which subsequently went on tour in Brighton and Birmingham during 2007.



Asif Channa

Asif trained at Morley Acting Studio and has appeared in Owners (Etcetera), Queen and the Rebels and Comedians (Union), Time Flies, Fiat, King and Me and Bread and Cheese (Baron’s Court).  Directing credits include Trip’s Cinch (Lion and Unicorn), Wanda’s Visit and Omega Time (Baron’s Court). Asif is also a member of the C10 theatre Company




Joe Clark

Joe’s acting credits include Will in Bedlamb’s debut production of Sally Nemeth’s Holy Days and Oz in Gillian Plowman’s Me and My Friend, St. John in Martin Cooper’s Omega Time, all at Baron’s Court Theatre. He has also directed Caryl Churchill’s Seagulls and Valerie Clark’s Rotten.



Tamsin Curno

Tamsin trained at Morley College and City Lit College, London.  Her acting credits include: Waltzing De Niro by Lynn Martin Omega Time by Martin Cooper, and Acting Real, a devised piece by Smouldering Poodle Productions.  Tamsin directed Fiat by Joe Pintauro and Bread and Cheese by Wendy Metcalf, also performed at Baron’s Court Theatre.




Dominic James

Dominic’s previous work includes leading a series of improvisation workshops for Bedlamb resulting in  an improvised play called Communication Discord.

His acting roles include George in Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Lee in Sam Shepard’s True West and Bill in Hanif Kureishi’s The King and Me.

Dom directed Don Nigro’s The Sin Eater



Kristin Kerwin

Trained at Morley College Acting Studio Kristin has made numerous appearances in California in both musical theatre and as a member of a Shakespearean repertory company. Roles have included Reverend Mother in Dan Goggin’s Nunsense (Backporch Entertainment), Olivia in Twelfth Night (Artemisa Theatre Company) and Katherine in Terrence McNally’s The Perfect Ganesh (Centerpoint Theatre Company).  She directed Bedlamb’s debut production of Holy Days by Sally Nemeth (Baron’s Court) and has acted in and directed radio dramas.  For Bedlamb she appeared in the title role of  Wanda’s Visit by Christopher Durang, Omega Time by Martin Cooper and as Lisa in Bedlamb’s production of Owners by Caryl Churchill (Etcetera Theatre).  Kristin is also a member of  Rouge 28 theatre company.



Kim Sanger White

Kim trained at Morley Acting Studio with Craig Snelling. Acting credits include: The Faith Healer, Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf, and The Maids; Holy Days and Me and My Friend (Baron’s Court theatre); Marion in Caryl Churchill’s Owners (Etcetera theatre). A Momentary Lapse by Wendy Metcalf and Omega Time by Martin Cooper in BedlamB’s new writing programme at Baron’s Court Theatre. In 2006 she played Sarah in Harold Pinter’s The Lover at White Bear Theatre which subsequently went on tour in Brighton and Birmingham during 2007. Directing credits include: Night, Poof! and Dancing with a Devil. Missing (Lion and Unicorn) and Noel Coward’s Fallen Angels (Hen and Chickens).



Mike Stewart

Mike has been involved in several London Fringe productions as director or actor. Highlights include as director, The Love Talker (Landor) and No Exit (Morley Studio), and as actor, Maestro in Crossing (Lion & Unicorn; The Rondo, Bath). He also formed the company Smouldering Poodle for the devised play Acting Normal (Upstream). He is a founder member of Twice As Loud Theatre Company. He recently directed and acted in Harold Pinter’s The Lover in London, Brighton and Birmingham.



 Pauline Walters

Pauline has appeared in numerous stage productions in Greater London including Charlie’s Aunt by Brandon Thomas, The Visit by Friedrich Durrenmatt, Noises Off by Michael Frayn, The Actor’s Nightmare by Christopher Durang and Nicola in Kureishi’s The King and Me.

Pauline has appeared in film and television as a background artiste.



Valerie Zdyb

Val trained at the Poor School. Her acting credits include The Queen of Poland, Michaela Fedorovic and others in Brute Farce’s production of King Ubu (Brockley Jack), Molly in Holy Days, Julia in Me and My Friend and the Woman in Bread and Cheese for Bedlamb (Baron’s Court), Margie in The Widow’s Blind Date (Lion and Unicorn), and Mrs Jamieson in Pink Waistcoats (White Bear).

As Director:  various shows including A Momentary Lapse by Wendy Metcalf. Val has penned 2 plays for Bedlamb under the name of Valerie Clark, Rotten and The Storm.





Our Name

It would seem acceptable to say that we got our name from the section of South East London where we trained,  near the site of the original Bedlam Asylum. The truth of the matter is it took us too long to decide on a name and someone shouted “its bedlam here!” and thus we were born. The final B serves to differentiate us from the other theatre group based in Scotland.