Boundless Theatre

Co-Leadership at Boundless

What is Co-Leadership at Boundless?

Boundless was founded 22 years ago and has always put co-creation with 15-25 year olds at the centre of its work. Now we’re ready to go further and so in 2023 and 2024 we are recruiting 4 co-leaders to job share with our Artistic Director & CEO and Executive Director. 

These new roles are jobs, with lots of training and support but with real decision making responsibilities. Our new Co-Artistic Director & CEO and Co-Executive Director will help us find new ways to support our community of young adults around the UK.  

It is a big shake-up of our leadership structure and programme of work alongside exciting plans for the year ahead, following the confirmation of our Arts Council England NPO funding. We will continue to disrupt the conventional means of engaging in the arts as a teenager and young adult and will continue to champion the cultural voice of young people in the UK. Our vision going forwards is to cultivate a new approach to sustain change within the industry for 15-25 year olds.


Find out more about Boundless Co-Leadership

Throughout 2023 and 2024 we’ll be sharing more about our Co-Leadership work on our social channels @boundlessabound and through out newsletter which you can subscribe to here.

We’ll be opening for applications in early 2024 for two more co-leaders and if you’d like to discuss any of our work or learn more then please email

2023 Co-Leaders

Jordi M. Carter Co-Artistic Director & CEO

Jordi M. Carter is a Caribbean-British performer, creative director, artist-educator and producer from South London, with a passion for Afrocentricity, racial & social justice, and radical Black cultural expression across theatre, film and performance.

A former Young Vic Young Associate (Taking Part & Creators Program, 2021- 2022) and Theatre Peckham Young Producers alumnus (Spring 2022), Jordi has trained extensively in the work of creative/community producing and artistic output/development. Through contributing to the design and delivery of theatre projects and productions for and with local community members, young adults, emerging artists and professional creatives, Jordi has developed a passion for creative community development and social engagement, underpinned by cultural consciousness. Jordi is also an alumnus of the University of Sussex, graduating in 2021 with a First Class Honours Drama & Film Studies BA (Hons) degree, and is currently a member of the Young Vic’s 2022 Fresh Direction (professional development) programme for emerging creatives.

As an educator, Jordi has worked with drama schools and educational organisations including ICTheatre Brighton and Greater Brighton Metropolitan College, specialising in Afrocentric and holistic approaches to theatre-making and performance. He recently devised and directed the Black Performance Lab in collaboration with ICTheatre Brighton, exploring structures of performance, actor training, and theatre arts education practices that spotlight the history and contributions of the Black presence in the arts.

Credits include: Assistant Director, WE NEED NEW NAMES (UK Tour by New Perspectives and Fifth Word in association with Brixton House), April – June 2023 | Associate Producer, SATURN RETURNS (by Gateway Arts Productions, Nominated for Best Dance Production at the 2022 Black British Theatre Awards), Southbank Centre, Sep 2022 & Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Oct 2022 | Assistant Producer, TP25: OF THE CUT, Young Vic, Jul-Aug 2022 | Young Producer, DEAR BLK LDN, Theatre Peckham, Apr 2022 | Co- Producer, YV: MAKERS’ MOTIVE, Young Vic, Mar 2022 | Assistant Producer, FIVE PLAYS, Young Vic, Dec 2021 | Assistant Producer, YV UNPACKED: LOVE REIGN, Young Vic, Oct 2021.

Lamesha Ruddock Co-Executive Director

Lamesha is a producer, stage manager and historian. Through her production company, Blemme Fatale Productions, Lamesha produces theatre and events that aims to promote active engagement with Black British History and to enable people with skills to respond creatively. She follow the motto of each one, teach one as she feel a responsibility to spread what she know in the hopes of healing the effects of colonialism on knowing one’s history, culture and language. 

Lamesha has produced at Battersea Arts Centre and Theatre Royal Stratford East. Lamesha’s stage management credits include Breeding (King’s Head), Baghdaddy (Royal Court), Hamilton (West End) and The Cherry Orchard (Yard).