Natasha Sutton Williams is a playwright, composer and performer. Her work includes Dead Lucy at Southwark Playhouse, Brasserie Zedel, Waterloo East Theatre, Angel Comedy Club, Clown Sex at Arcola Theatre, Chelsea Theatre, Bunker Theatre, Angel Comedy Club, Freud The Musical at King’s Head Theatre, Space Theatre, Brother Don't Preach at Theatre 503, Prone to Mischief at Old Red Lion Theatre, and I AM NOT SICK at the Pleasance Theatre. She is a graduate of the West End Criterion Theatre’s new writing programme 2017. She is a member of the Soho Theatre’s Young Writers’ Alumni scheme and has been twice shortlisted for their Young Writers’ Award. She is an arts journalist for Londoncalling.com and Disability Arts Online.
She performed as an actor-musician in Orpheus and Eurydice at the Old Vic Tunnels, London. She was lead singer in the Chaplin Songs Cabaret performed at the Berlin Silent Film Festival, which was also recorded for German radio. She was one of two singers for the National Theatre’s production of Women Beware Women.
She sings early jazz and musical theatre internationally and composes and performs the music for her plays.
Dominic McHale is a director and writer. His work has been performed at the National Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Lyric Theatre and Battersea Arts Centre.
Phil Blandford is a pianist specialising in early jazz and classical music. He has worked with Natasha Sutton-Williams as an accompanist for five years.
Micah Rose-Trespeuch as a pianist with perfect pitch he has always had a natural affinity with music and enjoys all styles from Baroque to Jazz and contemporary. As a result Michah has toured with a number of ensembles ranging from orchestras to rock and ska groups.
Bern Roche Farrelly is a writer, dramaturg and producer. He is the co-writer of More More More and founding member of Working Birthday. His work includes writing and directing Determine, a choose your own adventure style play set in a world without free will at The Yard Theatre in 2014. He was the dramaturg and producer of Freud The Musical, at the King's Head Theatre, also that was his suit Freud was wearing. He produced The People Versus Democracy, an interactive theatre game for Hobo Theatre. Performed at London's Free Word Centre during the 2015 UK general Election the show was called 'A provocative piece of theatre' RemoteGoat and received a five star review from BritishTheatre.com. He currently works as Communications Manager for the Poetry Translation Centre where he oversees their online presence and workshop programme. He was a reader for Arcola Theatre’s PlayWROUGHT 2017 and recently completed the Criterion Theatre new writing programme.
Steph Weller is an independent producer who supports theatre companies and individuals with project development, production management and touring. She is producer for the annual Reading Fringe Festival, and is currently working on the premieres of Matilda the Empress by Reading Between the Lines, and Alby the Christmas Penguin by Reading Rep. She has worked with Tonic Theatre, MAYK, IJAD Dance, and The Very Perry Show.