Boasting an impressive theatrical resumé, Andrew has trod the boards on many of Britain's most famous stages, and has even performed at Buckingham Palace for Her Majesty the Queen.
He has made appearances in a number of prominent TV commercials, alongside film roles working with directors Kenneth Branagh and Peter Greenaway.
Candlestick marks Andrew's debut as a leading man, and he will next be seen in Disney's live action Cinderella reboot, followed by Haider Zafar's The Conversations, set to hit screens in 2016.
In a short space of time, Isla has already established herself as an emerging British talent with a string of notable roles, including Red Dwarf X, and a lead role in upcoming cult comedy I Have a Bad Feeling About This.
Isla is also a very talented emerging filmmaker, having been nominated for the BFI Future Film Award in 2012 for her short film Passengers. She is currently in post production on Halcyon Heights, her first feature as a writer and director.
Nigel has appeared in National Geographic's Bloody Tales from the Tower, acclaimed theatrical runs of Toxic Bankers! and Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens at the Leicester Square Theatre, and most recently in the Rizzle Kicks video for Skip to the Good Bit. He also made a fleeting appearance as an appalled phone user in the final episode of The IT Crowd.
Nigel is also a professional musician, and was the former lead singer and guitarist of The Foxes, with whom he extensively toured America. His debut solo album Travelling Man is released in March 2016.
Tom is an established and versatile actor whose face has graced a number of British institutions including Midsomer Murders, Coronation Street and Peep Show.
Tom's film appearances include Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets as the father of Hermione Granger (Emma Watson), and he has shared the stage with Kevin Spacey in The Old Vic touring production of Richard II.
Most recently he was seen in Da Vinci's Demons, a joint production between the BBC and US network Starz.
Dan is a well established writer and performer on the british comedy circuit.
Alongside appearances in established shows such as Miranda, The Royal Bodyguard and Pramface, he is one third of acclaimed sketch troupe The Real MacGuffins, with whom he has recently written sketch material for Mitchell & Webb.
Throughout an eclectic career, Chris has worked with the likes of Elizabeth Olsen, Paddy Considine and Warwick Davis. In 2012, he filmed a music video with Adam Deacon as part of his successful campaign to win the BAFTA Rising Star award.
His debut short film Missed Connections screened around the world, winning an award in New York, and his first feature Forget Paris premiered at the 2011 Raindance Film Festival to glowing reviews.
Candlestick is his second feature film.
András has worked on a number of film, television and theatre productions, most recently writing two episodes of critically acclaimed police drama Hacktion in his native Hungary.
His latest short film, A Strange Kind of Love has been officially selected at over a dozen film festivals worldwide. It was nominated for Best Foreign Film at the Long Island International Film Expo 2013, also winning the award for Best Original Score.
Candlestick is András's debut feature as a writer.
Award-winning composer (Southampton International Film Festival 2013) Jonathan Armandary is currently a lecturer at the prestigious Leeds College of Music, and his Herrmann-esque score for Candlestick was recorded with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
This is his second time working with director Christopher Presswell, having also scored his debut Forget Paris.