Theatre includes: Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Lyric Hammersmith and Sheffield Theatres), Noises Off (Lyric), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Frost / Nixon (Crucible Theatre), Twelfth Night (National Theatre), Breaking the Code (Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester), Holes (The Invisible Dot and Arcola Theatre), Berk in Progress, Holes (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) and One Man Two Guvnors (National Theatre, London & National Tour, Adelphi Theatre – West End London and Music Box Theatre – New York).
Film includes: Cold Storage.
Television includes: The Ballad of Renegade Nell, After Ever After, Landscapers, The Witchfinder, Tom Jones, Flowers Series 1 & 2, Jericho Series 1, Big School Series 1 & 2, Black Mirror: The Waldo Moment and Ernie & Ernie (BAFTA TV Award).
Writing credits includes: Isaac Steele and The Forever Man (Audible).
Theatre includes: Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Lyric Hammersmith and Sheffield Theatres), Bang Bang! (UK Tour), The Lie (Menier Chocolate Factory), Around the World in 80 Days (St James Theatre), The Rivals (Bath Theatre Royal, UK tour and Theatre Royal Haymarket), Bedroom Farce (Rose Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre), Where There’s A Will (UK tour) and Struck Off and Die (Edinburgh Fringe).
Film includes: Horrible Histories – The Movie; Cockneys Vs Zombies; Mad, Sad and Bad and Back Home.
Television includes: The Larkins, Gentleman Jack, Last Tango in Halifax, Not Going Out, Lead Balloon, Fresh Meat, The Thick of It, My Parents are Aliens, Bluestone 42, Death on the Tyne, Innocent, Lovesick, Back, Doctor Who, Unforgotten, Death in Paradise, Young Hyacinth, The Tracey Ullman Show, Tripped, Stella, The Escape Artist, Gates, New Tricks, MI High, Moving Wallpaper, May Contain Nuts, Love Soup, Bremner Bird and Fortune, Jekyll, Lenny Henry in Pieces, Cold Feet, Dark Ages, People Like Us, Lee Evans – So What Now?, Wonderful You, Barking, Sunnyside Farm, Grown Ups, Crossing the Floor, Smith and Jones, Joking Apart and Drop The Dead Donkey.
Theatre includes: Revengers Tragedy (National Theatre), Our Country’s Good (Guthrie Theatre USA and UK No1 tour), Cyrano De Bergerac (Chichester Festival Theatre), Major Barbara (National Theatre) and Forever House (Theatre Royal Plymouth).
Film includes: The Strays and Yesterday.
TV includes: A Thousand Blows, This England, Showtrial, Afterlife, We Hunt Together, Feel Good, Sister Boniface, I Hate Suzie, The Thick of It, White Gold, Psychoville, By Any Means, and Plebs.
Theatre includes: Notes From a Small Island (Watermill Theatre), Dmitry (Marylebone Theatre), Sydney &The Old Girl and The Weatherman (Park Theatre), Vanya and Masha and Sonya and Spike, Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell, Man & Superman and Don Juan (Bath Theatre Royal), Pinocchio, Therese Raquin and The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other (National Theatre), Road (Royal Court), The Libertine (Bath/Haymarket Theatre Royal), Richard III (Almeida), The Painkiller (Garrick Theatre), The Meeting and Matchbox Theatre (Hampstead Theatre), Made in Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre), Jeeves and Wooster: Perfect Nonsense (Duke of York’s Theatre), Singing in the Rain (Palace Theatre), Uncle Vanya (The Vaudeville Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Nuffield Theatre), Peter Pan (West Yorkshire Theatre), The Lion King (West End), The 39 Steps (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Donkey's Years (No. 1 Tour), Duchess of Malfi, Volpone (Greenwich Theatre), Into the Woods (Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park), Rookery Nook, Talent (Menier Chocolate Factory), Cymbeline, Henry VI: Open Rehearsal, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Talk of the City, The Seagull, Twelfth Night, The Canterbury Tales, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Tamburlaine (RSC).
Film includes: Belfast, Football Monologues, Girls Night Out, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, In the Bleak Midwinter, Felicia’s Journey, A Cock and Bull Story and Hamlet.
Television includes: Outlander, Maigret, The Vice, Foyle’s War and Doc Martin, From the Cradle to the Grave, The Wyvern Mystery and People Like Us, Trollied, Wallander, and Headless.
Theatre includes: About Money (Park Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe, and Theatre503).
Film includes: We Should Do This Again Sometime.
Television includes: Casualty, The Diplomat and Traces Series 2.
Theatre includes: Pride and Prejudice (Sheffield Crucible) and Spring Awakening (Headlong Theatre tour).
Television includes: Layla, Call The Midwife, Mister Winner, Endeavour, Fail and Agatha Raisin.
Writing credits includes: Either, The Animal Kingdom and Linck & Mülhahn (Hampstead Theatre) and Romy & Me (Royal Court Theatre).
Theatre includes: I Want My Hat Back (Tour and Little Angel Theatre), The Great Christmas Feast (The Lost Estate), Tess (English Touring Theatre & Barrel Organ), Some People Talk About Violence (Royal Exchange Theatre) Winky by George Saunders (Soho Theatre) and Me & My Bee (UK and International Tour – This Egg).
Theatre includes: The Green Fairy (Union Theatre), The Buried Moon (Theatre Royal Winchester) and performing with the Oxford Shakespeare Company.
Television includes: Industry.
Georgina is excited to be joining the Accidental Death of an Anarchist team this year.
Theatre includes: Mrs Warren’s Profession (Theatre Royal Bath), And Then There Were None (Gielgud Theatre), Charley’s Aunt (UK tour), The Accused (Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Price (Apollo Theatre), The Importance of Being Earnest (UK tour), and The Haunted Hotel (UK tour).
He also played a large part in Hever Lakeside Theatre as a performer and director for over twenty years in numerous Shakespeares, Cowards and Ayckbourns, amongst others.
Television includes: Teenage Health Freak; Inspector Morse; Foyle’s War and The Chuckle Brothers.
Theatre includes: Comedy of Errors (RSC, Barbican), Shakespeare In Love (Noel Coward Theatre), Peter Pan (Regents Park Theatre), Noises Off (Nottingham Playhouse and Tour), The Cardinal (Southwark Playhouse) and Accolade and After October (Finborough Theatre).
Film includes: Their Finest.
Television includes: My Parents are Aliens, The Borgias and Turner.
DARIO FO is an Italian actor-author, can claim to be one of the most frequently performed living playwrights in the world. Born on Lake Maggiore in northern Italy in 1926, he made his debut in theatre in 1952 and had been writing, performing and painting until 15 days before his passing, on October 16th 2016. His work has gone through various phases, always in company with his actress wife Franca Rame.
His stage career began with political cabaret, moved on to oneact farces, and then to satirical TV and in Italy’s major theatres. In 1968, he broke with conventional theatre to set up a co-operative dedicated to producing politically committed work in what were then known as ‘alternative venues’. His best known work, including Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Mistero Buffo and Trumpets and Raspberries, date from this period.
He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1997, and the official citation the Swedish Royal Academy stated that he had ‘emulated the jesters of the Middle Ages in scourging authority and upholding the dignity of the downtrodden.’#
FRANCA RAME was born in Parabiago, North West Milan on 18 July 1929. Daughter of Domenico Rame and Emilia Fo, both wandering minstrels, she was born into a family with strong theatrical traditions – ‘Famiglia Rame’. She made her theatrical debut as a child and in 1950 left her home and family to begin her career in theatre, film and television. In 1958, alongside her husband, Dario Fo, she founded the Theatre Company of Dario Fo Franca Rame (Compagnia Teatrale Dario Fo Franca Rame). She wrote comedies on the female condition such as The Rape (1975), Open Couple (1983), Let’s Talk About Women (1991), Steal a Bit Less (1992), Sex? Don’t Mind if I Do (1996) and Mother Peace: Let Mothers Decide About War (2005). Franca Rame collaborated on all Dario Fo’s works. In the 1970s she founded ‘Red Aid’ and in 1988 the ‘Nobel Committee for the Disabled’.
Awards include: Obie Prize (New York 1987), Leon Felipe for Human Rights (Spain 1998), Vittorini Prize (Siracusa 1998), Honorary Fellowship (Wolverhampton University 1998), Lifetime Achievement Award (Harvard University and Columbia University 2001), Honorary Degree (Middlebury College, Vermont 2008), Vittorio De Sica Award (Quirinale 2011), Research Doctorate in Music and Entertainment (Sapienza University of Rome 2014). From 2006 – 8 she was a Senator of the Republic of Italy. Rame and Fo published A Sudden Life (Guanda 2009), Escape from the Senate (Chiarelettere 2013) and A Forgotten Callas (Panini 2014).
Tom Basden is a four-time BAFTA nominated writer. His work for theatre includes Party (Sydney Festival and Arts Theatre), Joseph K (Gate Theatre), There Is A War (National Theatre), Holes (Edinburgh Festival and The Arcola) and The Crocodile (Manchester International Festival). He has also won an Edinburgh Comedy Award for his stand up shows.
On screen, Tom writes and stars in the sitcoms Here We Go for BBC1 and Plebs for ITV2, and is a regular cast member in After Life for Netflix. Tom has also written episodes of Peep Show, Fresh Meat and The Wrong Mans. For Radio 4, Tom has made two series of the sketch show Cowards, three series of his sitcom Party and four series of Tim Key’s Late Night Poetry Programme.
Daniel Raggett’s work as director includes ANNA X by Joseph Charlton, part of Sonia Friedman's 2021 RE:EMERGE season in the West End and later broadcast on Sky Arts; a new edited version of Noël Coward’s The Vortex, for Chichester Festival Theatre; and Jean Cocteau’s The Human Voice (also adapted) for the Gate Theatre (Nominated for Best Director, Off West End Awards). Daniel has also worked extensively as an associate director on productions at the National Theatre, in the West End and on Broadway, including on West Side Story (Broadway) and Network (Broadway/National Theatre). He was nominated as an Emerging Talent at The 66th Evening Standard Theatre Awards in 2022.
Set & Costume Designer
Anna is a designer for stage based in London and a graduate of Wimbledon College of Art.
Theatre includes: Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Lyric Hammersmith and Sheffield Theatres), For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy (Apollo Theatre and The Royal Court and New Diorama Theatre), The Memory of Water, Sleepwalking, Cash Cow, Paradise, The Hoes (Hampstead Theatre), The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs, Sessions, Soft Animals, Drip Feed, Fury, Brute (Soho Theatre), Dead Man Walking, Miss Fortune, The Telephone (Guildhall School of Music and Drama), Dust (New York Theatre Workshop), Late Night Staring At High Res Pixels, Scrounger, I'm Gonna Pray For You So Hard (Finborough Theatre), A Midsummer Night's Dream, Our Country's Good (Tobacco Factory Theatre), The Sweet Science of Bruising (Wilton's Music Hall and Southwark Playhouse), Twelfth Night, Collective Rage, Dear Brutus, The Cardinal, School Play (Southwark Playhouse), Rasheeda Speaking (Trafalgar Studios), Schism (Park Theatre), Grotty (The Bunker), Tiny Dynamite (Old Red Lion), Rattle Snake (Live Theatre Newcastle, York Theatre Royal and Soho Theatre), Four Minutes Twelve Seconds, The Kitchen Sink, Jumpers for Goalposts (Oldham Coliseum), Sex Worker's Opera (set only, National Tour and Compagnietheater Amsterdam), Mary's Babies and Dry Land (Jermyn Street Theatre), Arthur's World (The Bush Theatre), Hippolytos (Victoria and Albert Museum) and Hamlet (Riverside Studios)
Jai trained at RADA and won the 2016 Association of Lighting Designer’s ETC Award.
Recent designs include: Othello (National Theatre), Graceland (Royal Court), The Trials (Donmar Warehouse), Wuthering Heights (St Ann’s Warehouse, National Theatre, US Tour and Wise Children), My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) (Ambassadors Theatre, Garrick Theatre, Underbelly and Turbine Theatre. WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production), Chasing Hares (Young Vic), Cruise (Duchess Theatre), August in England, House of Ife and Lava (Bush Theatre), The Cherry Orchard (The Yard and HOME), Cherry Jezebel (Liverpool Everyman), Birthmarked (Bristol Old Vic), Big Big Sky and The Hoes (Hampstead Theatre), The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Northern Stage), Out of the Dark (Rose Theatre Kingston), Shuck’n’Jive and Whitewash (Soho Theatre), Anansi the Spider (Unicorn Theatre), I’ll Take You To Mrs. Cole (Complicite), Glory (Duke’s Theatre and Red Ladder), Cuzco (Theatre503), Losing Venice (Orange Tree Theatre), 46 Beacon (Trafalgar Studios with Rick Fisher), Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Road (White Bear Theatre and Trafalgar Studios 2), Acorn (Courtyard Theatre. Off-West End Award nomination for Best Lighting).
Sound Designer & Composer
Theatre credits include: Accidental Death of An Anarchist (Lyric Hammersmith and Sheffield Theatres), A Passionate Women (Leeds Playhouse), Splintered (Soho Theatre,
THE ODYSSEY: THE CYCLOPS (CAST, Doncaster), BRILLIANT JERKS (Southwark Playhouse), CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT (CAST, Doncaster), A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Bolton Octagon), BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE (Theatre by the Lake), ROCK (Sheffield Crucible), HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH (Leeds Playhouse/HOME Mcr), AN ADVENTURE (Bolton Octagon), ENDURANCE (Battersea Arts Centre/HOME Mcr), AUTOPILOT (Pleasance, Edinburgh), THE SURVIVORS’ GUIDE TO LIVING (Manchester Royal Exchange), SOME PEOPLE FEEL THE RAIN (The Den – Manchester Royal Exchange), DECADES (Leeds Playhouse), THE UNDERSTUDY LIVE (Palace Theatre).
Associate credits include: CAROUSEL (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), ENOUGH (Traverse Theatre), HOW NOT TO DROWN (Glasgow Tron, Lawrence Batley Theatre), THE AUDIENCE (Nuffield Southampton Theatres).
Digital credits include: THE ENTERTAINMENT (Summerhall Digital Fringe) 15 GLIMPSES (Manchester Royal Exchange), FOUND FETTLE (Theatre by the Lake), OH WOMAN! (Manchester Royal Exchange), A PASSION PLAY (45North), LUNA THE JAGUAR (Greenpeace UK), TOAST (Lawrence Batley Theatre) and THE UNDERSTUDY (Lawrence Batley Theatre).
Matt (they/she/he) is a non-binary video designer, musical theatre creative and queer practitioner. They are a part time PhD candidate exploring LGBTQ+ representation in musical theatre at the University of Wolverhampton.
Recent Video Design & Digital credits include: ANIMAL (Offie Nominated - Hope Mill Theatre and Park Theatre), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Sheffield Theatres and Lyric Hammersmith), Rumi: The Musical (D'asha Performing Arts Festival and London Coliseum), How A City Can Save The World (Sheffield Theatres), Blow Down (Leeds Playhouse), A- Typical Rainbow (Turbine Theatre), Flight (Royal College of Music), But What If You Die (Camden People's Theatre), Old Friends (Digital), Bloody Difficult Women (Riverside Studios), Santa Must Die (Alphabetti Theatre), Magdalene (Arcola Outside), Snowflake (The Lowry), 34 (Aria Entertainment and The Lowry), Public Domain (Vaudeville Theatre and Southwark Playhouse), The Blazing World (University of the Arts, Philadelphia), On Hope: A Digital Song Cycle (The Other Palace), Plaza (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama) and American Idiot (Derby Theatre).
Recent Directing credits include: The Unconventionals (VAULT Festival), CRAZY FOR YOU (Derby Theatre) and IS HE MUSICAL (Curve, The Other Palace)
Additional Musical Arrangements and Supervision
Theatre includes: as Musical Director: Next to Normal (Donmar Warehouse), Bonnie & Clyde (Garrick Theatre and Arts Theatre), I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (London Coliseum and Broadway HD), And The World Goes 'Round (Barn Theatre), Aladdin, Cinderella (Mercury Theatre Colchester), Rags (Hope Mill), It's Only Life (Union), The Terrible Infants (Wilton's), Wonderland (UK Tour), The Burnt Part Boys (Park Theatre), I'm Getting My Act Together and Taking it on the Road (Jermyn Street Theatre) and Princess Ida (Finborough Theatre).
As Orchestrator and Musical Supervisor: The Last 5 Years (Garrick), Intermissions Live! (Vaudeville and Stream Theatre), From Here to Eternity (Charing Cross), Zorro! (Charing Cross Theatre and Hope Mill Theatre), Rags (Park Theatre), Just So (Barn Theatre), Privates on Parade (Union Theatre) and 5th Anniversary Gala (Curve Theatre).
As Composer: Peter Pan (Barn Theatre), Vinegar Tom and New York (Mountview), A Christmas Carol (Middle Temple Hall), Never Change (Southwark Playhouse), Much Ado About Nothing (UK and French tour) and A Comedy of Errors (French Tour).
As orchestrator: Noisy Notes (Royal Festival Hall).
Other media credits include: Bonnie & Clyde: Original West End Cast Recording, From Here To Eternity: New London Cast Recording, Rags: Original London Cast Re¬cording, A Christmas Carol: Original Cast Recording, RE:arrangement: The Album.
Television includes: Closer Than Ever (Broadway HD) and Gareth Malone's 'The Choir' (BBC).
Theatre includes: Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Lyric Hammersmith and Sheffield Theatres), Guys & Dolls, Standing at the Sky’s Edge and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Sheffield Theatres), Electric Rosary, A Doll's House, The Mountaintop, Queen Margaret, Death of a Salesman, The Producers, Mother Courage and Her Children, Wuthering Heights, Rockets and Blue Lights (Royal Exchange, Manchester), Oliver Twist (Leeds Playhouse), One Man, Two Guvnors, Kes and Treasure Island (Bolton Octagon), Beauty and the Beast (Stoke New Vic), Romeo & Juliet and Peter Pan (Hull Truck Theatre), The Kaspar Hauser Experiment (Animikii Theatre), Treasure Island (Stephen Joseph Theatre), Mother of Him (Park Theatre), Lost Boys (The Unity), Romeo & Juliet (Moving Stories), The Jungle Book (Derby Theatre), The Bone Sparrow and Noughts & Crosses (Pilot Theatre), Aladdin (The Broadway Theatre), Peter Pan (Pomegranate Theatre), Beauty and the Beast and Dick Whittington (Imagine Theatre) and Peter Pan (The Lowry).
Television includes: Coronation Street (ITV), STAD (S4C).
Film includes: Wait for Me, Blank, Soldiers of the Damned, Happy Hour, The Wilds, Circuit, Rabbit Punch (short films).
Lotte worked in the Royal Court Casting Department as Casting Associate from 2008 - 2012 and then as Deputy Casting Director from 2012 - 2014.
Theatre includes: Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Lyric Hammersmith and Sheffield Theatres), The Vortex (Chichester Theatre), Closer (Lyric Hammersmith), Bull, Pride and Prejudice and The Absence of War (Sheffield Theatres), Let The Right One In, A Doll's House, The Mountaintop and Glee & Me (Royal Exchange), Harry Potter and The Cursed Child (Palace Theatre), The Forest (Hampstead Theatre), Ivan and The Dogs, Things of Dry Hours, La Musica, Dirty Butterfly and The Island (Young Vic Theatre), The Dark (Oval House Theatre and UK tour), Hole (Royal Court Theatre), The Wolves (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Meek, Junkyard, Boys Will Be Boys, The Glass Menagerie, The Absence of War and Medea (Headlong Theatre), As You Like It, Pride and Prejudice, To Kill a Mockingbird and The Seagull (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre), The Barbershop Chronicles (US tour), Elephant (Birmingham Rep), People, Places and Things (UK tour), Speech and Debate (Trafalgar Studios), Removal Men (The Yard Theatre), The !Iliad, The Weir and Tipping the Velvet (The Lyceum, Edinburgh), Brenda (HighTide Festival and The Yard Theatre), The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (Chichester Festival Theatre), Hamlet (Barbican), The Crucible (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Another (Plymouth Theatre Royal); Pests (Royal Court Theatre); We are Proud to Present... (The Bush Theatre), A View From The Bridge (Young Vic), The Little Mermaid (Bristol Old Vic) and Pieces of Vincent (Arcola Theatre).
Television includes: Lockwood & Co (Netflix).
Film includes: CLA'AM, Above.
Other credits include: Data (digital drama) and Unprecedented (digital drama).
Theatre includes, as Assistant/Associate Director: The Vortex (Chichester Festival Theatre), Noises Off (West End & UK Tour), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath) and Mrs Warren’s Profession (Theatre Royal Bath & UK Tour).
As Director: As You Like It (Bard Bits at The Golden Goose), Make It Rain and Wolves (The Golden Goose Theatre), The Masquerade (New Writing/New Normal Festival), Stories of Tamil Nadu (Satkaarya Trust, Chennai), Not the End of the World (Cockpit Theatre), SENSE (St Pancras Crypt), Artistic Director of ACT II (Arcola Theatre)
Associate Sound Designer
Sam, is a Sound Designer and Composer from Sheffield.
Recent design work includes: Home (Minerva, Chichester Festival Theatre), Paper (Lyceum and Sheffield Theatres), Much Ado About Nothing (Crucible, Ramps On The Moon and Sheffield Theatres), Flinch (UK tour), Leaves of Glass (The Park Theatre), Private Lives and Around the World In Eighty Days (The Barn Theatre), The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (UK tour), Peter Pan (Reading Rep), Doctor Faustus and Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon (Southwark Playhouse), Gracie (Finborough Theatre), Dead Good (UK tour), The Tempest and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Greenwich Theatre), Henna Night (New Diorama) By Jeeves and Tell Me On a Sunday (The Old Laundry Theatre), Where is Peter Rabbit? (Theatre Royal Haymarket and Hong Kong and Singapore tour).
Juli trained in Technical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) before starting her career at the Almeida Theatre, and as a freelancer assisting in multiple projects across London. Juli then worked at the National Theatre and is currently working as a freelance Production Manager for Lloyd Thomas Production Management.
Recent productions include: Graceland (Royal Court Theatre) A Christmas Carol…ish (Soho Theatre), Betty Blue Eyes (Pimlico Opera), Handbagged (Kiln Theatre), MIDDLE (National Theatre), Sundown Kiki (Young Vic Theatre), Psychodrama (Psycho Productions), L’incoronazione di Poppea (Longborough Festival Opera), Effigies of Wickedness (Gate/ENO) and Suzy Stork (Gate Theatre).
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