They will, respectively, play Charlie and Pauline. They join Owain Arthur, Jodie Prenger, Martin Barass, David Benson, Nigel Betts, Derek Elroy, Daniel Ings, Ben Mansfield and Gemma Whelan, who continue in their roles. Gavin Spokes will join ensemble members Robin Berry, Gillian Budd, Andrew Dennis, Laura Matthews and Richard Shanks. Cornwell is best known for the BBC's "Stella Street," which he co-wrote and starred in with John Sessions. Other TV credits include appearances on "Dead Ringers," "I am Alan Partridge," "The Comic Strip Presents," "Doctor Who," "Dunkirk" and "The Glam Metal Detectives" (the latter of which he co-wrote). He was last seen onstage in the world premiere of David Eldridge's In Basildon at the Royal Court earlier this year, where he has also previously been seen in The Village Bike. He also co-wrote and starred in BBC Radio 4's "The Cornwell Estate," which ran from 2008-2010.
Croker came to prominence in 2008 when she and her comedy partner Stephanie Jory toured the British comedy circuits with their show Croker & Jory: The Love Shepherds. Stage credits include appearances at London's Arcola and Lyric Hammersmith, and regionally at the Edinburgh Festival, Salisbury Playhouse and Cheltenham Everyman.
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