Meet the Team!
The Blue Team The White Team The Red Team
We perform in teams of two, but we often mix up the teams to keep us on our toes.
Joe is the most sensible of the nonsensical bunch and originally starred on the Rhyme Rocket with Andy. He keeps things in order and it was his idea to travel the world collecting rhymes from primary school children.
Christmas is his favourite time of year because he loves performing pantomime. He’s an amateur rapper and produces music videos in his spare time.
Andy is as bouncy as his big hair. One of the original Rhyme Rocket duo, he won’t stop until every rhyme has been found.
He’s originally from the north but is now very posh and has a masters from RADA in London. He doesn't like snakes but loves creepy crawlies and even has a pet tarantula.
MC is on a mission to make children smile. Having toured schools and colleges in both France and England, he won’t stop until everyone’s laughing. You might also have caught a glimpse of him on Channel 4, BBC 3 or your Amazon Prime account. He’s always trying to find fun and excitement on his journey through life and if he catches somebody yawning, he’ll counteract it with a smile.
MC can do an impression of an aeroplane by humming and whistling at the same time. His favourite activity is going camping, but only indoors.
Henry is a trilingual Irish actor and writer. He’s known for spreading magic throughout Europe with his own touring show, which was nominated at Prague Fringe for ‘most outstanding performance’ and ‘most creative play’.
If he was an animal, Henry would be a cross between a cocker spaniel puppy and an elephant. He’s appeared in award-nominated films at Rome Film Festival and London Irish Film Festival. His feature film performance in Lancaster Skies premiers soon, but unfortunately he has a terrible sense of direction so is hoping he manages to find his way to the red carpet.
Dicky is a larger than life Liverpudlian with a penchant for magic tricks and science experiments, which you’ll usually find him performing to groups of excited children in schools. He’s been featured on big screens all around the UK for his supporting role in the short film “This is a Trap”.
He once performed with basil brush and he can speak fish, which comes in handy for communicating with his pet goldfish, Lieutenant Shiny Sides.
Ash has loads of experience working with film schools and on independent films. He’s really fun, but sometimes his volume dial gets stuck too high and he needs turning down. He loves travelling and has recently toured the UAE, where his favourite thing was the indoor aquarium.
He grew up on a farm and during his younger years his best friend was a three-legged sheep called Keith. Ashton hopes that one day he'll make friends with a kangaroo.