Mountview Alumni News September 2022

As we kicked off the term here at Mountview, our graduates continued to create and perform across stage, screen and beyond. Read on to find out what they were up to in September.

You Can’t Understand, India Wilson

At Bridge House Theatre, India Wilson starred in You Can’t Understand as part of the She Speaks Festival.

Romayne Andrews starred in Handbagged at Kiln Theatre.

Produced by Jake Curran-Pipe, SALT opened at Theatre503, exploring a future where water runs out and three daughters of an MP find themselves at the centre of the crisis.

In the West End, Sarah Spencer joined the Stage Management team of the ever-popular musical Wicked.

Meanwhile, not far away, Jacob Young and Meg Hateley were revealed to be joining the cast of Mamma Mia.

Casting for But I’m a Cheerleader was revealed, featuring Michael Mather, Patrick Munday, Ciaran Spencer and Ash Weir, directed by fellow grad Tania Azevedo and musical directed by Tim Jasper.


The Saturday Night Fever UK tour kicked off early in the month, featuring Harry Goodson-Bevan and AJ Jenks in the cast.

Also touring the UK, Grace Kanyamibwa and David Perkins joined the ensemble of Book of Mormon.

Robert Heard beamed onto our small screens in Sky’s This England, starring Sir Kenneth Branagh.

Also on our small screens this month, Johann Heske featured in gripping BBC drama The Capture.

Meanwhile, Charlie Haptinstall and George Greenland starred in the Eastenders special episode.

The Black British Theatre Award nominees were revealed this month, featuring Charlotte Gosling, Sean Green and Maisey Bawden‘s Mawa Theatre Company.

At Magic at the Musicals at the Royal Albert Hall, Nathania Ong received a standing ovation for her rendition of On My Own. Nathania performed alongside our BA Musical Theatre third years who served as the ensemble for the evening.

Finally, Carryl Thomas has returned to Mountview amidst a varied theatre and TV career to lead on our Foundation Courses.

But I’m a Cheerleader, The Musical

Coming up in October

Catch Boo Golding in GALWAD on Sky Arts and Inside Man on BBC.

All The Fraudulent Horse Girls opens at The Glory 2-9 October, directed by Charles Quittner and featuring fellow grads Lili Fuller, Georgia Stoller, Rachel Blaquière, Beth Graham, and Tias Volker.

Aaron Douglas stars in Stickman Live at Leicester Square Theatre.

Elliot Clay, Felicity Cant and Judith Rae head out on tour with Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap.