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Zoe S. Battley
Zoe S. Battley has appeared in Ben Elton’s Blessed (BBC 1), Green, Green Grass (BBC 1) and
Modern Manners (BBC 2), as well as in numerous adverts and corporate videos. She has been
part of the comedy troupes News Revue (Canal Café Theatre), Out of Vaudeville (Sound Theatre,
Leicester Square), and Dirty Blondes, and was in Tea With The Zanies (Hampstead Theatre) and
the No.1 tour of Business Affairs.. She is currently producing a human using her womb.

Sally Chattaway is a writer and performer whose stage work includes The Graduate (Gielgud
Theatre) and One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (Gielgud Theatre), TV includes Life Begins (ITV
1), Eastenders (BBC 1) and The Lily Savage Show (BBC). She has performed much of her own
comedy at various London Fringe venues and the Edinburgh Festival. Sally is soon to be seen in
the feature film Magician with TV's Mitchell and Webb.

Darren strange
Darren Strange trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He has appeared in The
Armando Iannucci Show (BBC 1), Human Remains (BBC 2), and Judge John Deed (BBC 1)., as well as
Talk of the City, The Tempest, and Two Gentlemen of Verona (all with the RSC). He has written
sketches and additional material for The Armstrong and Miller Show (Channel 4) and Bruiser
(BBC 2), and his one-man show The Year of the Bag was on the RSC Fringe at The Other Place.

Nathaniel Tapley is an award-winning writer and performer. He won the the 2004 Nisi Masa
Screenwriting Award, and BBC Radio 2’s Imagine competition, which led to his play, My Lighthouse,
being produced on BBC Radio 2. He has written for Parsons and Naylor’s Pullout Sections (BBC
Radio 2), as well as for News Revue and was short-listed for BBC 3’s Funny Hunt. As a performer
he has appeared in a wide variety of children’s television programmes, including Smile (BBC 2),
Dick and Dom in da Bungalow (BBC), and XChange (CBBC).

Dirty blondes
Dirty Blondes have had their podcasts featured in the B3ta newletter, as well as twice being the
Editor's Pick of the Day on Channel 4's 4Laughs website. They have performed at many venues
across London, including a week's run at the Pleasance StageSpace in November 2006. Their
website is and their MySpace page is . Their podcasts and other things can be found at those
places. They look forward to seeing you there...

Dirty Blondes are upstairs at The Horse and Groom pub on Great Portland Street on the 28th
and 29th March. The show starts at 7:00 pm, and costs £5 / £3 concs.