Beryl plays Ivy in Station Road and is also a founder/member of Levensulme Players. She is in two other drama groups as well as teaching drama as part of her teaching career. Beryl has also been on stage at The Lowry in several productions with Lip Service. With Levenshulme Players Beryl has produced and starred in two radio plays over the last three years. Both which were aired on ALL FM.
Beryl comes from London but has been civilised for the past 48 years in Manchester. She has been married for nearly 50 years and has three children and six grandchildren with another expected at Christmas. Her husband writes the murder mysteries which Levenshulme Players put on several times a year.

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Beryl also sings in two choirs and conducts in another. Beryl enjoys South Manchester U3A  where she is learning Anglo Saxon/ welsh and  playing the Ukulele. As if all that is not enough, she is also a street pastor at night. Beryl will be playing Grandma Liz in  the next Players production of Happy Families . Beryl likes the character of Ivy as she feels that Ivy is a lively person with a complex plot line.



Paul plays Councillor Dennis Harrison.WIN_20140726_150208
A Producer and Presenter of the Monday Mix Show at ALLFM for the last 2&half years.  Also a voice over artist, a Learning & Development Consultant and a Carer.  Live in Manchester City Centre.
“The character of Dennis is a person who is self superior.  Easily rattled and like a “dog with a bone”.  His downfall is women so keep your daughters (and mothers) well away” states Paul.

Sabeena Khan plays the teacher Ms Khan (Aisha) and in reality is a teacher by professionSabz Khan known as Ms Khan so it could be said this role was made for her. Sabeena has been with ALLFM for over 2 years and is currently working as a presenter with a Saturday Show called Desi Fusion 7-9pm. She can converse in English Urdu and Punjabi freely hence the FUSION aspect…

Sabeena is a writer of 3 UK Published books towards the development of the asian language Urdu, and also a coordinator of GMP volunteers. She manages a young family alongside a balanced variety of careers. Thats the way she likes it… ‘Contribute what you can, When you can’

Sabeena is Manchester born and bred. Currently with Cambridge fellowship and the future is looking bright…

Adam is not only one of the writers for Station Road but he also plays pensioner Bob Foster. Adam’s acting CV includes Edgar in King Lear, David in Life and Beth and Tony in Abigail’s Party. As a freelance writer he is available for writing blogs, press releases and any other type of copywriting.

Doctor Imola Hussain is played by Safoora Ali who is also one of the Stations Road writers, (you can go across to the writers page to read more about her).

Her first acting experience was as Mary in her primary school Nativity play when she was in nursery.

She doesn’t believe she sounds the way she does on radio in real life.



Jon plays Edward Smyth the landlord of The Railway Tavern (AKA The Tav). He has 20 years of acting experience on Stage, TV and Films (mainly as an extra)

He write humerous things for various websites. Jon is also the host and producer of the geek quiz podcast gameshow “The Missing Monkey” which you can find here:



Tracy’s first acting début was as a Christmas squirrel aged 4 she now plays Sergeant Katrina Doe on Station Road.

She is a member of the Levenshulme Players. Her most recent performances have been as Marge in Alan Ayckbourn’s Absent Friends and Beverly in Mike Leighs’s Abigail’s Party complete with Essex accents. Narration and silly accents are some of Tracy’s specialities.



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