Pauline McLynn is Mephistopheles. Pauline returns to the Globe having previously played the Queen in Cymbeline as part of Dominic Dromgoole’s final season (2015). Her earlier role in The Knight of The Burning Pestle (2014 and 2015) received critical acclaim. Pauline is best-known for her role as Mrs Doyle in the long-running comedy TV series Father Ted. Her other screen credits include Dave Allen at Peace (BBC / RTÉ), Transformers: The Last Knight, Iris, Angela’s Ashes, Shameless (Channel 4), and EastEnders (BBC). Her stage credits include Mother Courage and her Children (Albion Electric Warehouse), Daisy Pulls It Off (Park Theatre), East is East (Trafalgar Studios) Happy Days (Sheffield Crucible), Greener (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin) and Sixty-Six Books (Bush Theatre).
Lucie Sword is Evil Angel. Lucie graduated from RADA earlier this year. Her credits whilst training include Measure for Measure, The Tempest, The Trojan Women and The Way of the World (RADA).
Mandi Symonds is Wagner. Mandi’s recent theatre work includes Boom (Theatre 503), Night Must Fall (Salisbury Playhouse) and Duncan Macmillan Robert Icke’s production of 1984 (Nottingham Playhouse/Almeida/West End). Television work includes Casualty, Doctors (BBC) and Dream Stuffing(Channel 4).
Jay Villiers is Lucifer and Pope. Jay’s recent stage work includes Quiz (Chichester Festival Theatre/Noel Coward Theatre), Skylight (Theater Clwyd) and Accolade (St James’ Theatre). Television includes New Blood, War and Peace, Father Brown (BBC) and Mr Selfridge (ITV). Film includes Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, The Sea and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Paulette Randall’s theatre credits include Fences starring Lenny Henry (Theatre Royal Bath, West End), Gem of the Ocean, Blues for Mr Charlie (Tricycle) and Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (Chichester Festival Theatre). Her screen credits include Casualty, The Crouches and Holby City (BBC One). Paulette was associate director of the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony and was awarded an MBE for services to drama in 2015.
Full cast includes: Sarah Amankwah, Lily Bevan, Jocelyn Jee Esien, John Leader, Louis Maskell, Pauline McLynn, Lucie Sword, Mandi Symonds and Jay Villiers.