Miriam trained at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and graduated in 2014. In her final year, she represented LIPA in the Sam Wanamaker festival at the Globe Theatre playing Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing. She then went on to compete in the TriForce Network Monologue Slam and came runner up in the final rounds in Birmingham.
From 2014-2016, Miriam played the comical, ballsy part of Green Girl in Shout! The Mod Musical that appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival two years running and again at the Liverpool Royal Court for a short run.
Claire Cartwright was born in North Yorkshire, dividing her childhood between Yorkshire and Uganda, where her father lived. Back in Yorkshire Claire spent her summer holidays working with Livewire Youth Theatre Company performing in outdoor productions of classic plays. Claire went on to study English Literature at Edinburgh University before heading to London to train at The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. She then joined the National tour and West End production of Lee Hall's The Pitmen Painters. Subsequently she has worked on a huge range of stage and screen productions including playing the lead role in the West End production of Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap and as the feisty female juvenile lead in Thark at the Park Theatre, directed by Eleanor Rhode and starring Clive Francis.