We work with a great many artists over the course of a year, you can get to know them here.
Lace plays Edwin. His theatre credits include ONE MAN TWO GUVNORS (The National), THE LADY KILLERS (Gielgud Theatre) and EGUSI SOUP (Soho Theatre/Menagerie). TV credits WAGSTAFFE (ITV), APPLE TREE YARD (BBC/Kudos) and SHERLOCK (BBC). Film credits A CHRISTMAS PRINCE (Netflix) and HAMPSTEAD (Ecosse Films).
Tanya Burr plays Ella in ‘Confidence’ where she is making her professional stage debut. Her television credits include Love Daily, Making It and the forthcoming Sky One series Bulletproof. For film, her credits include Disconnect.
Anna Crichlow plays Ruby. Her theatre credits include Common (National Theatre), Pride and Prejudice (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre) and The Lost Art of Lost Art (Edinburgh Fringe Festival). For film her credits include Memento Amare.
Will Pattle plays Dean. As a recent graduate of The Brit School this will be Pattle’s professional stage debut.
Rhys Yates plays Ben. His theatre credits include Rockstar (Lyric Hammersmith), Table (Stratford Circus). Television credits include Britannia, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, Plebs; and for film Postcards from London and Common People.
Father is a music composition and sound-design studio which works on the principle that sound and image should work in tandem.
Founded by Joe Farley and Freddie Webb, Father uses a variety of approaches that bridge musicality and sound design for rich, provocative and emotive sonic landscapes.
Amelia trained at RADA and the RSC. Upcoming design credits include ‘Good Dog’ (Watford Palace Theatre) and ‘The Same Deep Water As Me’ (Guildhall).
Recent design credits include, ‘Rudolf’ (West Yorkshire Playhouse), ‘The Crucible’ (Guildhall), ‘Torch’ (Edinburgh Festival), ‘We Are You’ (Young Vic), ‘Bricks and Pieces’ (RADA/Latitude), ‘The Neighbourhood Project’ (Bush Theatre), ‘This is Art’ (Shakespeare in Shoreditch), ‘The Tiger’s Bones’ (Polka and West Yorkshire Playhouse), ‘The Little Prince’ (Arcola), ‘Pinter Triple Bill and Dealer’s Choice’ (Guildhall),
‘Night Before Christmas’ (West Yorkshire Playhouse,) ‘She Called Me Mother’ (Tara Arts and National Tour) ‘Fake It ’Til You Make It’ with Bryony Kimmings and Tim Grayburn (National Tour, Traverse Theatre and Soho Theatre) and ‘64 Squares’ with Rhum and Clay (National Tour and Edinburgh Festival).
Amelia’s designs for The Itinerant Music Hall were exhibited at the V&A Museum as part of the MAKE/BELIEVE UK Design for Performance exhibition July – January 2016.
Zoe trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Recent theatre lighting designs include ‘School Play’ (Southwark Playhouse), ‘Good Dog (Watford Palace and UK Tour), ‘The Truth’ (Central Szinhaz, Budapest), ‘Muted’ (Bunker Theatre), ‘Erwartung/Twice Through The Heart’ with Shadwell Opera (Hackney Showroom), ‘The Knife Of Dawn’ (Sackler Studio, Roundhouse), ‘Affection’ and ‘Hookup’ with Outbox Theatre Company (Hackney Showroom/Contact Manchester/Site Specific), ‘Torch’ and ‘This Evil Thing’ (Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016),
‘A Serious Case of The F*ckits’ and ‘The Heresy of Love’ (Central), ‘Bitches’ (NYT, Finborough Theatre), and ‘Hookup’ with Outbox Theatre Company (Hackney Showroom/Contact Manchester).
Corporate designs include the Terry Pratchett Final Book Launch at Waterstones Piccadilly Circus, and ‘Grey Goose Fly Beyond’ at the Welsh Presbyterian Chapel, Shaftesbury Avenue.
Charlotte Josephine is an actress represented by Hatton McEwan Penford, and playwright represented by The Agency. She’s co-artistic director of Snuff Box Theatre. Graduate of the Contemporary Theatre Course, East 15 Acting School, Charlotte’s first play ‘Perffection’ won a NSDF Commendation For Writing. ‘Bitch Boxer’ won the Soho Theatre Young Writers Award 2012, the Old Vic New Voices Edinburgh Season 2012 and the Holden Street Theatres Award 2013. ‘Bitch Boxer’ is published by Oberon Books and is performed internationally.
Charlotte’s latest play ‘Blush’ enjoyed a sell-out run at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016, winning a Stage Edinburgh Award. ‘Blush’ is touring nationally in 2017, starting at London’s Soho Theatre in May. Charlotte’s new monologue ‘Blue’ has been awarded the National Octagon Prize by the Bolton Octagon, where it’ll be performed in June. Charlotte has also recently won the BBC Screenplay First Award.
Jane Fallowfield has directed new plays including ‘Germ Free Adolescent’ by Natalie Mitchell (young audiences in Medway), ‘Bird’ by Laura Lomas (Derby Theatre, Hackney Showroom and on tour), ‘Fingertips’ by Suhayla El Bushra (Clean Break), ‘Cosmic’ and ‘Spacewang’ by Tom Wells (Hull Truck), ‘The Only Way is Chelsea’s’ by Frazer Flintham (York Theatre Royal and Soho Theatre) and ‘Lagan’ by Stacey Gregg (Ovalhouse). She is the Literary Associate at Talawa Theatre Company. Previously, Jane was Director on Attachment at Clean Break, Director on Attachment at Birmingham Rep (John Fernald Award) and Senior Reader at Paines Plough. Jane is a mentor for Graeae Theatre Company and she has been on the script panel for the George Devine Award panel, BBC Writersroom and Channel 4 Screenwriting Course.
Andrew trained with The Customs House, South Shields and the Theatre Royal Newcastle.
Credits include: The Fifteen Streets (The Customs House, South Shields); Scrapbook (Live Theatre, Newcastle); Broken Biscuits (Live Theatre/Paines Plough and UK tour).
Matthew is a multi-disciplinary artist from the West Country. His work includes animation, puppetry, short films, sculpture, and music, and he regularly tours with his band, performing stories about animals, death, monsters, the ocean, and love.
As a film-maker Matthew has recently made stop-motion music videos for Passenger, Sivu, and Led Bib, as well as animations for the Barbican, Opera North, Dumbworld (Peter, Lily and the Nose, winner of the audience choice award at the Capital Irish Film Festival), Tori Amos (The Light Princess at the National Theatre) and Phil Collins (Tomorrow is Always Too Long, for the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games).
Matthew’s recent work for theatre includes writing and performing Flyboy is alone again this Christmas, and Lullaby – both for the Barbican, and designing and making puppets for Something Very Far Away for the Unicorn Theatre, A Most Peculiar Wintry Thing for the Ark in Dublin, and Laila – a new musical at Watford Palace Theatre.
Matthew recently directed and designed an adaption of Ted Hughes’ The Iron Man for the Unicorn Theatre in Southwark and a collection of Matthew’s animations, songs and mechanical puppet installations is on permanent display at the Science Museum in London in the Information Age gallery.
Drip is Matthew’s second song-writing collaboration with Tom Wells, they previously worked together on Tom’s play Broken Biscuits in 2016.
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Tom is from Kilnsea, East Yorkshire.
Plays include: Me, As A Penguin; The Kitchen Sink (which won the Critics Circle Award for Most Promising Playwright and the George Devine Award); Jumpers For Goalposts; Cosmic; Folk; and Broken Biscuits. Tom has also written Ben & Lump (Channel 4); Jonesy (BBC Radio 4); and pantos for Middle Child, Hull and the Lyric, Hammersmith. He is currently under commission to the Royal Court and the National Theatre.
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