Steven’s extensive theatre credits include The Trial and The Good Soul of Szechuan (both Young Vic); The Crucible (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Hamlet, Who’s There? (Flute Theatre); Teenage Bodies (Opéra Louise); Minetti (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh); A Little Hotel on the Side (Theatre Royal Bath); The Importance of Being Earnest (Opéra National de Lorraine); If So, Then Yes (Jermyn Street Theatre); Paradise Moscow; Of Thee I Sing; Let ‘em Eat Cake (Opera North); The Hypochondriac (Almeida Theatre); Romeo and Juliet; King John; Much Ado About Nothing; Ivanov; Devil’s Disciple (RSC). On screen he has appeared in Shakespeare in Love; Hoff the Record; Chalk; Cadfael; Requiem Apache; Frank Stubbs and Inspector Morse.



Charlotte trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama has appeared on stage most recently as Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion (Oldham Coliseum). Other stage appearances include She Stoops to Conquer (Theatre Royal, Bath); Posh (Nottingham Playhouse); The Land (Soho Theatre); Terms and Conditions (The White Bear); Mary Broome (Orange Tree Theatre). For television, her credits include Spotless and for film, Arthur and Merlin.


Callum has appeared at the National Theatre on numerous occasions in The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other; Market Boy; Sing Yer Heart Out For The Lads; The Day I Stood Still; The Wind in the Willows; Somewhere; The Recruiting Officer and Rosencrantz and Gildenstern Are Dead. Further recent theatrical credits include The Hairy Ape (Old Vic); Between Us (Arcola); The Complaint (Hampstead Theatre); Hamlet and The Government Inspector (Young Vic). His television credits include : Dr Foster; Father Brown; A Touch of Cloth; Random; Casualty; Doc Martin; Doctors and Ashes to Ashes.


Paul is a seasoned Shakespearean actor having appeared in Anthony and Cleopatra; King Lear; Julius Caesar; The Winter’s Tale; Henry VI Parts I, II & III and Richard III (RSC). His other stage credits include The Sisterhood (Belgrade Theatre); Secret Cinema: Star Wars (Secret Cinema); Holy Warriors; Anthony and Cleopatra; The Southwark Mysteries (Shakespeare’s Globe); Life of Galileo (Birmingham Rep / RSC Tour); Boris Godunov (RSC); The Sound of Loneliness (Actors Touring Company). His screen work includes New Worlds; 55 Degrees North; Heartbeat; Tarzan: The Untamed and Bridget Jones’ Diary.


Hugh trained at Drama Centre London and has appeared in Romeo and Juliet (Sheffield Crucible); The Picture of Dorian Gray; The Dead Shepherd (White Bear Theatre); The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Chichester Festival Theatre / West End); Deathwatch (Roundhouse); In the Beginning (Theatre Uncut); Our Brother David (Watford Palace Theatre).


Kevin recently appeared in the critically-acclaimed People, Places and Things (National Theatre/West End), his further credits include ); The Divided Laing (Arcola Theatre); No Nothing (Lemon Tree / Oran Mor); The Flouers O’ Edinburgh (Finborough Theatre); A Doll’s House (National Theatre of Scotland); Twelfth Night; The Tempest; The Comedy of Errors; Richard III (RSC); Kin; Ladybird; Thyestes (Royal Court); Pieces of Vincent (Arcola Theatre / Paine’s Plough); The Girls of Slender Means (Assembly Rooms / Stellar Quines); Ghosts; Waiting for Godot and Therese Raquin (Glasgow Citizens).


Billy’s credits for stage include Secret Theatre; Saved (Lyric Hammersmith); Pornography (Tricycle Theatre / Tour); Pretend You Have Big Buildings (Royal Exchange); Christmas (Bush Theatre); Sing Yer Heart out for the Lads (National Theatre); Herons (Royal Court). For screen he has appeared in Crazyhead; Ripper Street; Privates; Rock and Chips; Any Human Heart; A Christmas Carol; Vera Drake and Mrs Henderson Presents.


Kristin has trained at Tisch School of the Arts, the British American Drama Academy, École Jacques LeCoq and the National Youth Theatre. She has appeared in Richard II (Shakespeare in the Square); Bloody Poetry (Brooklyn Arts); Eurydice (Columbia Stages); The Love of the Nightingale (Insomnium Theatre) and Zanna Don’t (Edinburgh Fringe). For film she has appeared in Essex Stargate and Good Knight.



Simon has directed widely in the UK. Recent productions include The Complaint (Hampstead Theatre), Ivy & Joan (The Print Room), Splendid Isolation (Edinburgh Festival), and If So, Then Yes, NF Simpson’s final play (Jermyn Street). Other credits include Tamar’s Revenge, King Baby (RSC), The World’s Biggest Diamond, Black Milk, Mother Teresa is Dead, Herons (Royal Court), Sing Yer Heart Out For The Lads (National Theatre), The Evil Doers, Pond Life, Not Fade Away, The Mortal Ash, All of You Mine, Looking At You (Revived) Again, Wishbones, Card Boys (Bush Theatre), Holes in the Skin, Mr Puntilla and His Man Matti (Chichester Festival Theatre), Great Balls of Fire (Cambridge Theatre, West End), No Man’s Land (English Touring Theatre) Burning Everest, Exquisite Sister (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
He has been Artistic Director of The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry (many productions, including Hamlet and Waiting For Godot), Associate Director of Leicester Haymarket (numerous productions, including Timon of Athens, Pericles, The Winter’s Tale and French Without Tears) and Literary Manager of the Royal Court.



Theatre Set and Costume Design credits include: Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses (Trafalgar studios), Floyd Collins (Wilton’s Music Hall), Deathwatch and Ignis (The Print Room), Stay Awake, Jake (The Vaults), Grand Hotel and Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse).

Costume design collaboration with Vogue’s Hamish Bowles on After the Dance (Tangier) and Set design collaboration with artist Paolo Ventura on Carousel (Lyric Opera of Chicago and Houston Grand Opera).

Lee is currently the UK Associate Designer to Jan Versweyveld on Lazarus directed by Ivo Van Hove at the King’s Cross Theatre.

Credits as Associate Designer to Christopher Oram include: Kenneth Branagh’s Romeo and Juliet (Garrick Theatre) and Macbeth (Manchester International Festival / Park Avenue Armory, NY). Michael Grandage’s inaugural West End season, Henry V, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Peter and Alice, Privates on Parade (Noel Coward Theatre), Photograph 51 (Noel Coward Theatre), Hughie (Booth Theatre, NY), Red (Mark Taper Forum, LA) and Le Nozze Di Figaro (Glyndebourne Opera). The RSC’s Wolf Hall Parts One & Two (Aldwych Theatre / Winter Gardens, Broadway). Rob Ashford’s A Damsel in Distress (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Richard Rodgers Theatre, NY).

Lee graduated from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts with a First Class BA (Honours) degree in Theatre and Performance Design.


Theatre includes: The Libertine; Mrs Henderson Presents; Onassis; Macbeth; Legal Fictions; Zorro! (West End); Tamar’s Revenge (RSC); Trios (Riverside Studios); Trouble in Mind; The One That Got Away; Things we do for Love; Intimate Apparel; The Spanish Golden Age; Iphigenia (Theatre Royal, Bath); This Restless House; Hamlet; King Lear (Glasgow Citizens); Death of a Comedian (Soho); The Herbal Bed (Clwyd); Donegal; You Never Can Tell (Abbey Theatre, Dublin); Fings Aint Wot They Used T’be (Stratford East); The Colleen Bawn (Druid Theatre); In the Next Room (St James Theatre); The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Druid / West End / Broadway / Sydney / Toronto); The Crucible (Lyric Belfast); Dimetos (Donmar Warehouse).

Ben has also worked extensively with The Royal Shakespeare Company, The National Theatre, English Touring Theatre and Propeller. His many Opera and Dance credits include Tannhäuser, Tristan und Isolde and Der Ring Des Nibelungen (Longborough), Casse Noisette for Grand Théâtre Genève and La Traviata for Danish National Opera as well as productions for Scottish Opera, ENO, Buxton Opera Festival, Academia Santa Cecilia Rome, Ballet Gulbenkian, Cedar Lake, Rambert, Candoco and Walker Dance Park Music. Ben also designed the lighting for the Calico Museum of Textiles, Ahmedabad, directed Athol Fugard’s Dimetos (Gate, London) and adapted four films from Kieslowski’s Dekalog for E15.


As composer, theatre includes: A Streetcar Named Desire (National Theatre); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (West End / Broadway); Holes in the Skin (Chichester); Roger and Vanessa; Fishbowl (Theatre503); The Long Road; Memory of Water (Soho Theatre); Black Comedy (Watford); Tamar’s Revenge (RSC); Musicians Crossing a Bridge Without Their Instruments; The Advertisement (Greshams).

Music direction, supervision, orchestration and vocal arrangements for theatre include: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom; Dragon; Oh! What a Lovely War; Fix-Up; His Girl Friday; Elmina’s Kitchen; Every Good Boy Deserves Favour; The Villains’ Opera (National Theatre); Blues in the Night; Great Balls of Fire; Leave Him to Heaven (West End); Five Guys Named Moe (West End / Broadway); Sandi Toksvig’s Christmas Cracker (Festival Hall); Stephen Fry’s Cinderella (Old Vic); Tutti Frutti (National Theatre of Scotland); Half A Sixpence; The Wizard of Oz; Bad Girls the Musical (West Yorkshire Playhouse); High Society (Sheffield Crucible); Sex and Chips and Rock ‘n’ Roll (Manchester Royal Exchange); Cabaret; The Snowman (Leicester Haymarket); The Importance of Being Earnest (Regent’s Park); Up on the Roof (Chichester); Cat Stevens’ Moonshadow; Harry Nilsson’s The Point; Maria Friedman Re-Arranged (Menier Chocolate Factory); Maria Friedman by Special Arrangement (Trafalgar Studios); Maria Friedman (Proms in the Park); Oliver’s Army; It Must be Madness (Central School of Speech and Drama); Ash (Arcola); Kiss the Sky (Shepherds Bush Empire); From the Hart (New End, Hampstead); Call Me Merman (King’s Head); Clive Rowe at the Donmar Warehouse (Donmar Warehouse); Joseph Fiennes’ Shakespeare (Tibet).

Television includes: Frank Stubbs Promotes; The Ancient Mariner; Dressing for Breakfast; Young Jung; EastEnders; Skinny Marink; Elmina’s Kitchen; Chalk; The Royal Variety Performance.

Film includes: Victory; The Boat People; Tune for the Blood; The Thief.


As writer, theatre includes: Hannah.

As director, theatre includes: Occupied; Lest we Forget; Showmance; Someone Like You; Holloway Road (Theatre503); The Frame (Soho Theatre); A Night Out (Rose Bruford); Sid; Coming Home (Theatre503: Rapid Write Response); Friends and Family and Other People (BAC); Dead Dog at Dry Cleaners (Pleasance Theatre).

Anna first trained acting in Poland and after that theatre directing at Rose Bruford College, where she gained First Class BA Directing degree in 2009. Recipient of The Sir John Gielgud Charitable Trust Bursary in 2008, The Rose Bruford Directing Bursary in 2011 and 2012, and The Kevin Spacey Foundation grant in 2013. Her debut play, Hannah, was awarded a joined runner-up place for the New Writing South New Play Award at the Brighton Fringe Festival in 2010. Occupied by Carla Grauls, staged in April 2014 received very positive reviews and was nominated to two Off West End Theatre Awards.