The Boundless Advisory Group is at the heart of everything we do. To keep us in check and to ensure we are being ambitious with our plans we have advisors made up of 15 to 25 year olds from across the UK and who are drawn from different backgrounds and with a range of interests. Meet our current cohort!
Cherry Eckel – Cherry is a London-based writer, director, performer, and spoken-word poet. Her work often explores identity, family, and universal anxieties. She is interested in creating work that is relevant, empowering, electric, and blurs boundaries between disciplines.
Emilia Hargreaves – Emilia has been a part of the Boundless Advisory Group for a while now, and since completing the Certificate of Higher Education at East 15 Acting School in 2018, she has spent the majority of her time creating.
Julia Pilkington – Julia is an actor and theatre-maker based in London. She recently graduated from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with a Master’s in acting, where she was a recipient of the Embassy Scholarship. She is a keen actor-deviser and co-created with Poltergeist Theatre the sell-out show Lights Over Tesco Carpark (Pleasance, New Diorama).
Sadhana Narayanan – Sadhana is a member of the New Vic Youth theatre, working on projects such as the 2019 National Youth Theatre Connections show ‘The Sad Club’ and Heritage Lottery funded Dorothy Clive project. She’s also a contributor on the Voice magazine, an online platform for young people interested in art, culture and politics.
Liam Stone – Liam is an energetic, passionate and determined creative artist from Birmingham. Liam has trained at Birmingham Ormiston Academy and Peer Productions and is looking now to develop as an actor, specialising in contemporary theatre.
Tolu Fagbayi – Tolu is an artist, writer and musician. She has BA Acting degree and is also in the process of writing her first play which explores the identity and intersectional feminism.
Aisling Lally – Aisling (she/her) is based in London. She is a National Youth Theatre Member, Inclusion Ambassador and Creative Leader, and a Youth Board Member for Tender UK Arts & Education.
Xiggy Holding – Xiggy is a Biomedical Sciences student based in London. They enjoy writing about people making connections in unlikely circumstances and playing Dungeons and Dragons with friends.
Betty Williams – Betty is a London based Northern facilitator and theatre-maker. Growing up in a multicultural working-class household and being queer, theatre provided space for creativity they did not otherwise have, and they now work with a particular passion for the community of theatre.
Urussa Malik – I’m a writer and working part-time, front of house, in an art museum, I am based in both Manchester, Lancashire and Halifax, West Yorkshire. I did my bachelors in English Literature from University of Manchester and looking to build on my degree more.
Bella Cavicchi – Bella(she/her) is a theatre artist, educator, and freelance producer. She is an alumna of Brown University, where she graduated with a B.A. in Literacy and the Performing Arts, and the University of Cambridge, where she graduated with an MPhil in Arts, Creativity, and Education.
Seyi Osibamowo – Seyi is a creative producer who focuses on the inclusivity and celebration of often marginalised communities such as the LGBTQAI+ community and those who are racially othered.
Eric Gherman – Eric is an Actor/Writer/Director/Producer whilst also studying for a Business Management BA. He studied Theatre at the BRIT school; following COVID, he started to work with the Almeida Theatre as a Young Producer and was part of the Orpheus Project with Babel Theatre.
Dasha Knurenko – Sasha is an international student from Ukraine passionate about creative writing, journalism, social issues and the arts. She enjoys writing for her school’s newspaper and tries to take an active part in the artistic life of her community.
Michaela Tranfield – Michaela is a creative based in London. She is a programme manager at intergenerational charity, InCommon and an associate at 64 Million Artists, a creative social enterprise. Michaela is passionate about how theatre can platform new stories and creatively connect local communities.
Ra’eesah Kai – Ra’eesah is a multi disciplinary creative working across theatre, film, music and spoken word as a performer, producer and writer. She is also a facilitator working with communities and particularly with young people and is keen to increase access to the arts for all.