Cian Barry (Keith)
Cian’s television credits include New Tricks, Titanic, Shameless, Doctors and Man And Boy. His stage credits include Billy Bibbit in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (UK tour), The Member Of The Wedding (Young Vic) and The Rivals (Southwark Playhouse). Cian’s film credits include leading roles in RPG, Holy Water, Ghost Town and In The Spiders Web. Cian has also appeared in concerts including a Remembrance Day event at the Theatre Royal Haymarket and The Grand Concert (Old Vic).

Jolyon Coy (POM)
Jolyon’s stage credits include Edward II (Royal Exchange), Posh (Royal Court & Duke of York’s), The Prince Of Homburg (Donmar), All’s Well That Ends Well (National) and Drug For You (Southwark). His TV credits include Richard Eyre’s Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, Pete vs Life, The Bill, Doctor, The Friday Night Club and Casualty. Jolyon’s film roles include The Deep Blue Sea and short films David Rose, Gourmet and The Video. His radio credits include Dance To The Music Of Time.

Arthur Darvill (Parry)
Arthur’s TV credits include Rory Williams in Doctor Who, Ladies Paradise, Little Dorritt, He Kills Coppers and The Verdict. Theatre includes Soft Cops (RSC), Doctor Faustus (Globe), Been So Long (Young Vic), Swimming With Sharks (Vaudeville) and Terre Haute (Trafalgar Studios), for which he was nominated for the Outstanding Newcomer Evening Standard Award 2007. Film credits include Sex, Drugs, Rock N Roll, Pelican Blood and Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood. He is an Artistic Associate of The Bush Theatre and founder of Fuego’s Men Theatre Company.

Laurence Fox (Joe)
Laurence is best known for his leading role as Detective Sergeant James Hathaway in the ITV prime-time drama series Lewis, which has been attracting audiences of over five million since it started in 2006. His London stage credits include Peter Hall’s production of Mrs Warren’s Profession (Strand), Tis a Pity She’s a Whore (Southwark), and Christopher Hampton’s Treats (Garrick). Film work includes Elizabeth: The Golden Age, Gosford Park, and WE.

Matthew Lewis (Mick)
Matthew is best known for his role as Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter film series. He was recently seen on TV as Jamie in Kay Mellor’s primetime BBC One hit series The Syndicate, receiving a TV Choice Award nomination for best actor. He recently completed filming on forthcoming British heist movie Wasteland, co-starring Timothy Spall. On stage he was last seen in the national tour of Agatha Christie’s Verdict. Our Boys marks Matthew’s West End debut.

Lewis Reeves (Ian)
Lewis’ television credits include Doctors, Holby City and White Van Man, plus the upcoming new series by Lee Nelson which he is filming this summer. His stage credits include Beef, Lucy Hopkin., Muscle (Shock N Awe); Festen, In The Blood and Hitchcock Blonde (Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama). Film credits include Ben & Lump and his radio credit include And Then We Came To The End. This is Lewis’ West End debut.