Nadia Albina Actor Theatre includes: Reasons To Be Cheerful (Southbank Centre/Graeae); Henry IV, (Orange Tree Theatre. Richmond); Twelfth Night (Orange Tree Theatre/Tour); The Iceberg (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); Red Ladies (ICA); A Lie Of The Mind (BAC); Dancing at Lughnasa (Linbury Studio); Calvary (Red Lights Theatre National Tour) and Good (Sound Theatre). TV includes: Paralympic Opening Ceremony 2012, Come Fly With Me, Whites, Doctors and Beautiful People. Hammed Animashaun Actor Theatre includes: Cinderella, Aladdin (Lyric Hammersmith); Mogadishu (Lyric Hammersmith/Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester/UK tour); Shhh, Married to the Game, Heroes (Theatre503); The Boy Who Fell into a Book (Soho); 7 New Plays (National Theatre Studio) and Sonnet Walks (Globe). Film includes: The Ellington Kid, Twenty8K, Borrowed Time, Tooting Broadway, Drift, God View and The Girl and the Fish. TV includes: The Mimic and Deadbeats. Leo Bill Actor Theatre includes: A Woman Killed With Kindness, Pains of Youth, The Observer, Hothouse, The Reporter (National Theatre); The Silence of the Sea (Donmar at the Trafalgar); Posh (Royal Court); The Way of the World (Sheffield Crucible Theatre); School for Scandal (Barbican); The Glass Menagerie (Young Vic); Beautiful Thing (NML Prods/Sound Theatre) and Macbeth (RSC). Film includes: Mike Leigh’s Untitled 2013 Project, A Long Way Down, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Alice in Wonderland, Me and Orson Welles, Becoming Jane, The Living and the Dead, Kinky Boots Factory, These Foolish Things, The Fall and Vera Drake. TV includes: The White Queen, The Borgias, Pramface 2, Words of Captain Scott, Dr Who: A Christmas Carol, Home Time, Ashes to Ashes, Lead Balloon Series 2, Sense & Sensibility, Jekyll, Bash, A Very Social Secretary and Silent Witness. Caroline Bird Writer Theatre includes: Adaptation of The Trojan Women (Gate); Part of project Sixty-Six Books (Bush) and The Trial of Dennis the Menace (Southbank Centre). Published Poetry includes: Looking Through Letterboxes, Trouble Came To The Turnip, Watering Can and The Hat-Stand Union (Carcanet Press).
Sean Holmes Director Sean is Artistic Director of the Lyric Hammersmith. Theatre includes: Cinderella, Desire Under the Elms, Morning, Have I None, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Saved, Blasted, A Thousand Stars Explode in the Sky, Ghost Stories, Three Sisters and Comedians (Lyric Hammersmith). Sean was an Associate Director of the Oxford Stage Company from 2001 to 2006 and has worked for the National Theatre and RSC as well as the Royal Court, Donmar Warehouse, Tricycle, Chichester Festival Theatre and Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Cara Horgan Actor Theatre includes: School for Scandal (Barbican); Far Away (Bristol Old Vic); Pains of Youth (National Theatre); The House of Special Purpose (Chichester); Hedda (Gate); The Lesson (Etcetera); Death and the Devil (Kings Head) and Round Round (White Bear). Film includes: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and The Libertine. TV includes: Common People, Le Grand (aka Cop in Paris), A Young Doctor’s Notebook, Law and Order, Waking the Dead, Lewis, Ladies and Gentlemen, Peep Show, Silent Witness, Fallen Angel, Jane Eyre, Afterlife and The Rotters’ Club. Joel Horwood Writer Theatre includes: Cinderella, Aladdin, Jekyll and Hyde(ish), Dick Whittington and his Cat, Jack and the Beanstalk (Lyric Hammersmith); Mikey the Pikey (Pleasance, Edinburgh – Cameron Mackintosh Award); Food (Fringe First Award-winner); Stoopud Fucken Animals (Traverse); I Caught Crabs in Walberswick (Pleasance, Edinburgh/Bush); All The Little Things We Crushed (Almeida); Is Everyone OK? (nabokov); Beyond the Frontline (Lowry); The Count of Monte Cristo (West Yorkshire Playhouse); and I [heart] Peterborough (Eastern Angles). TV includes: Skins. Radio includes: OK, Computer. Charlotte Josephine Actor Theatre includes: Julius Caesar (Donmar) and Bitch Boxer (OVNV Edinburgh Season/Soho/UK tour). Theatre as writer includes: Bitch Boxer (OVNV Edinburgh Season/Soho/UK tour) and Perffection (ZOO Roxy Edinburgh).
Arinze Kene Writer Arinze was named Most Promising Playwright at the Off West End Theatre Awards 2011. Theatre includes: God’s Property (Soho); Little Baby Jesus, Estate Walls, Suffocation (Oval House); Wild Child (Royal Court) and Us & Them (Bush). Film includes: Seekers. TV includes: E20 and Youngers. Radio includes: Hackney Baths. Adelle Leonce Actor Theatre includes: The Dutch Courtesan (Globe); They Shoot Horses Don’t They (Edinburgh Fringe); Hotel Baltimore (Avondale Theatre) and Habeas Corpus, Macbeth, On the Razzle (Sheridan Studio). TV includes: Shameless, Vera and In the Garden. Nick Manning Sound Designer Nick is Head of Sound at the Lyric Hammersmith. Theatre includes: Morning, The Chair Plays, Saved, 1984, Roald Dahl’s Twisted Tales, Dick Whittington and his Cat, The Big Fellah (Lyric Hammersmith/UK tour); A Thousand Stars Explode in the Sky, Ghost Stories (Lyric Hammersmith/Liverpool Playhouse/Duke of York’s – Olivier Award-nominated for Best Sound Design); Metamorphosis (Lyric Hammersmith/Vesturport – winner Elliot Norton Awards 2013 for Outstanding Design); Three Sisters, Jack and the Beanstalk, Comedians, The Jitterbug Blitz, Hang On, Cinderella, Spyski!, Depth Charge, Love – The Musical, The Birthday Party, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Beauty and the Beast, Accidental Heroes, Absolute Beginners, Ramayana, Too Close to Home, The Odyssey, Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others, The Firework-Maker’s Daughter, Don Juan, Oliver Twist, Pericles, Camille, A Christmas Carol, The Prince of Homburg, Aladdin, The Servant and Pinocchio (Lyric Hammersmith); Candida (Theatre Royal Bath); Jumpers for Goalposts (Paines Plough, Hull Truck, Watford Palace Theatre); The Acid Test, The Empire (Royal Court); Grumpy Old Women 2, Britt on Britt, Grumpy Old Women (Avalon); Gizmo Love, Excuses, Out of Our Heads (ATC); The Unsinkable Clerk (Network of Stuff); Airsick, Crooked, When You Cure Me (Bush); Darwin in Malibu (Hampstead Theatre); Rabbit (Frantic Assembly) and Great Expectations (Bristol Old Vic). Ellen McDougall Director Theatre includes: How to Think the Unthinkable, The Man with the Disturbingly Smelly Foot (Unicorn Theatre); Telling Tales (Almeida Theatre Projects); Hot Mess (Latitude/Arcola Tent); Ivan and the Dogs (ATC/Soho/Rustaveli Theatre Georgia); (I’m in) Brooklyn (Not Dagenham Parkway) (Arcola); A Kind of
Alaska (BAC); Betting on the Dust Commander (Albany Studio); Philadephia Here I Come! and Cymbeline (Bedlam Theatre). Katherine Pearce Actor Theatre includes: Port (National Theatre); Round ‘Ere (Bush); Our Country’s Good, Alfie, O Go To My Man, Harper Regan, Philistines, The Country Wife, Summerfolk and Under Milk Wood (RWCMD). Television includes: Our Girl. Lizzie Powell Lighting Designer Theatre includes: Open Court Reps (Royal Court); Glasgow Girls (Theatre Royal Stratford East); My Shrinking Life, Enquirer, Knives in Hens, Recovery Position, Girl X, Venus As A Boy, Rupture (National Theatre of Scotland); Far Away, Seagulls, Footfalls, Krapp’s Last Tape (Citizens Theatre); Any Given Day, The Dark Things, While You Lie (Traverse Theatre); Drenched (Boilerhouse); Under Milk Wood (Royal and Derngate, Northampton); Spring Awakening (Grid Iron); The Wasp Factory (Cumbernauld Theatre); Making History (Ouroborous) and Pangaa (Ankur Productions). Billy Seymour Actor Theatre includes: Saved (Lyric Hammersmith); Pornography (Tricycle/Theatre Royal Bath/Birmingham Repertory Theatre/Traverse); Pretend You Have Big Buildings (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); Christmas (Bush); Sing Yer Heart Out for the Lads (National Theatre) and Herons (Royal Court). Film includes: Payback Season, Piggy, Albatross, The Firm, Atonement, Hot Fuzz, Chromophobia, Mrs Henderson Presents, Vera Drake, Ted & Sylvia and A Christmas Carol. TV includes: Privates, Mongrels, Casualty, Any Human Heart, Rock’N’ Chips, The Odditorium, The Bill, Brussels, Ruby in the Smoke, Bella & The Boys, The Canterbury Tales and Pig Heart Boy. Hyemi Shin Designer Hyemi was the overall winner of the 2011 Linbury Prize for Stage Design. Theatre includes: Morning (Lyric Hammersmith); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lyric Hammersmith/Royal Exchange, Manchester); Viriditas (Queen Elizabeth Hall) and Life’s Witness (Linbury Studio Theatre) Theatre as Costume Designer includes: Desire Under the Elms (Lyric Hammersmith).
Hayley Squires Writer Theatre includes: Vera, Vera, Vera (Royal Court); Blondie (Theatre Uncut) and Laserquest (Hackney Downs Studio). Radio includes: Educator. Theatre as an actor includes: Rosie and Jim (Mobculture) and Tis Pity (RSC Workshop). TV as an actor includes: Southcliffe, Complicit and Call the Midwife. Simon Stephens Dramaturg Theatre includes: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time adapted from Mark Haddon’s novel (National Theatre/West End – 2013 Olivier Award for Best New Play); Three Kingdoms (Lyric Hammersmith/Munich Kammerspiele/Teater NO99); Punk Rock (Lyric Hammermsith/Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester – nominated for Evening Standard Theatre Award and Whatsonstage Award for Best New Play, and winner of Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Best Play); Morning, A Thousand Stars Explode in the Sky (Lyric Hammersmith); A Doll’s House - new English language version, an adaptation of Jon Fosse’s I am the Wind (Young Vic/West End); The Trial of Ubu (Hampstead/Essen Schauspielhaus/Toneelgroep Amsterdam); Wastwater, Herons, Country Music, Motortown, Bluebird (Royal Court); Marine Parade (Brighton International Festival); Port (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester – 2002 Pearson Award for Best New Play); On the Shore of the Wide World (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester/National Theatre – 2005 Olivier Award for Best New Play); Harper Regan (National Theatre); Sea Wall (Bush/Traverse); One Minute, Christmas (Bush); T5 (Traverse) and Pornography (Hamburg and Berlin Theatertreffen/Traverse/Birmingham Repertory Theatre/Tricycle). TV includes: An adaptation of Pornography, Dive and Playhouse Presents: Cargese. Sergo Vares Actor Theatre includes: Three Kingdoms (Lyric Hammersmith/Munich Kammerspiele/Teater NO99); The Rise and Fall of Estonia, How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare, Noises Off!, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Garbage, City and Death, Unified Estonia and Unified Estonia Convention, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Pericles, GEP, Macbeth, Rambo, Death of a Communist, King Ubu, The Cherry Orchard, Pillowman (Teater NO99, Estonia) and Ruja (Vanemuine, Estonia). Film includes: December Heat. TV includes: Revenge Office. Steven Webb Actor Theatre includes: Cinderella, Aladdin, Dick Whittington and his Cat (Lyric Hammersmith); Quasimodo (King’s Head); Lakeboat (Arcola); Passing By, Sons of York (Finborough Theatre); The Thing About Men
(Landor Theatre); Betwixt!, Public Property, S**T M*X (Trafalgar Studios); After The Turn (Courtyard Theatre); The Long Road (Soho); Departure Lounge (Waterloo East Theatre); Chatroom/Citizenship (National Theatre/World tour); History Boys (National Theatre/West End); On the Shore of the Wide World (National Theatre/Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); Kes (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Crucible, Sheffield); The Trestle At Pope Lick Creek (Southwark Playhouse); Dark of the Moon (Kings Head) and Oliver! (London Palladium). Film includes: House of Boys, To Kill a King and Thou Shalt Not Kill. TV includes: Miranda, The Inbetweeners, Doctors, Aftersun, Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Loving You,15 Storeys High, Bad Girls, The Magicians House, Wives & Daughters and Sometime Never.