Cast and Creatives

THE 39 Steps

Running time approximately 2 hours and twenty minutes with one interval.


We're testing a more eco-friendly, digital program for this show. We've produced an online version of The 39 Steps programme.

Download The 39 Steps programme


Richard Hannay
Graham Garner
Clown 1
Mark Winstanley
Clown 2
Charlie Bird
Loveday Smith

Creatives and Backstage Team

Loveday Smith
Costume Design
Alison Bass
Lighting Design
Pablo van Bostelen
Lighting Consultant
John Ricker
Sound Design
Vinay Goyal & Paolo Sannino
Set Design
Loveday Smith, Mark Winstanley & Inga Beehler
Set Painting & Construction
Espen Strandhagen & Josie Evans
Stela Veta
George Lysaght
Alex Laczkó
Sound Operation
Vinay Goyal
Lighting Operator
Pablo van Bostelen
Lighting Assistant
Areeb Thassin
Inga Beehler and Alison Bass
Hair and Make-up
Josie Evans
Harald Seiwert & Daaf de Zwart
Business Manager
Christopher Perrins
Amy Lawrenson, Christopher Perrins & Mark Winstanley
Graphic Design
Daaf de Zwart
Chris Goeken

Hannay’s costume designed and made by Maya Sullivan

"The 39 Steps" is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD, a Concord Theatricals Company.

Loveday Smith - Queen's English Theatre Company

Loveday Smith

Loveday Smith started her acting career in London’s West End, in theatre and musicals, working for directors like Sam Mendes, the late Sir Peter Hall and author John Godber OBE. She has made many TV and film appearances including Coronation Street, Heartbeat and recently Hunter Street for Nickelodeon. QETC devotees will also remember her as Susan in A Bed Among the Lentils and Carol in Scary Bikers.

Mark Winstanley - Queen's English Theatre Company

Mark Winstanley

Mark Winstanley has played roles from Shakespeare to Sondheim. Musical highlights include playing Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, directed by Barrie Stevens. He recently played the traitor in the yet to be released film Lyrebird, starring Guy Pearce. In 2019 co-starred with Loveday Smith as Don in Scary Bikers (NL tour) and recently directed QETC’s hit show The Importance of Being Earnest, also at the CC Amstel.

Graham Garner - Queen's English Theatre Company

Graham Garner

Graham Garner graduated from East 15 Drama School. It prides itself on creating 'jobbing actors' and Graham is no exception. His work includes Sir Peter Hall's Julius Caesar at the Barbican Theatre, London and playing Joshua in the touring production of Robert Hamilton's Evening Standard award-winning play, Desert Island Dream Girl. He also featured in the TV series Child of Mine and the film Red Mercury 2005.

Charlie Bird - Queen's English Theatre Company

Charlie Bird

Charlie Bird graduated in English from the University of Leicester, settling in the Netherlands following a year abroad at Leiden University. Charlie fell in love with acting and hasn't stopped since, acting across the Netherlands and the UK. This is his debut for QE2/QETC. Recent roles include Picasso in Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Don in The Universal Language.

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