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Jenny Davies

Jenny is a Bristol based director, theatre maker, designer and performer. Since graduating from the University of Bristol she has worked with companies such as Twisted Theatre, Hotel Echo, Uninvited Guests and Common Wealth. As a director she is currently working alongside Jesse Jones (The Wardrobe Ensemble) in the direction of a new company formed as part of Theatre Royal Bath’s Engage programme. Currently directing ‘The Box’ (Written by Brian Coyle, The Egg Theatre, Bath). After completing the Made in Bristol programme in 2015. She is also currently working on Fair Game with Small Acts of Rebellion, leads workshops for Bristol Old Vic Young Company and is on tour with Unique Voice.  

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Maisie Newman 

Maisie works as a director, movement director, and artist. Maisie is co-director of Fen and was most recently director for PSYCHOPOMP and WULF's R&D (Bristol Old Vic Ferment). She is associate director of Twisted Theatre. And is currently the associate director for Zugunruhe (UK tour) and Ghost Sonata (UK and Finland) for Mechanimal. She is the Bristol Old Vic associate artist for Gecko Theatre's 'The Wedding'. Currently Associate director for Make More Noise (Bristol Old Vic Theatre). Other credits include director of The Fox and The Child (Sharp Teeth Theatre); associate director and co-choreographer for The Love of The Nightingale (Bristol Old Vic Y/C)movement director for Swallow by Stef Smith (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School) and St Joan Of The Stockyards (Bristol Old Vic).  


Jess Nazuna Aida Clough

Jessica is a director, theatre maker and writer based in Bristol. She recently completed two years professional training at École International de Theatre Jacques and is co-founder of the graduate company ‘Cut Mustard’.Their rst performance of ‘2100; A Space Oddity’ in Vardal, Norway, summer 2017 had a residency and performance in Bristol in April 2018 and a run at Prague Fringe 2018. Jessica is a founding member of ‘First Round platform’ (www.firstroundicp.com) an international creative support network and platform for theatremakers and artists.


Elana Binysh

Elana studied studied theatre at the Universityof Bristol before completing the Bristol Old Vic’s Made in Bristol programme in 2015. She has trained at the Bristol Acting Academy. She works as a theatre-maker, dramaturg and performer throughout the South West. Elana has worked with Arts Admin, Tremolo and Bristol Old Vic as an assistant director, dramaturg, collaborator and workshop facilitator. Recently, she has worked as an assistant director for Theatre Royal Bath and devised a redux of Huis Clos for the Derby Theatre. 


Faye Bishop

Faye is an actor, singer and theatre maker based in Bristol. She trained in Music Theatre at Falmouth University (incorporating Dartington College of Arts) and on the Bristol Old Vic’s Made in Bristol programme. Recent credits include: Verity Standen’s HUG, Aladdin (JDJB Produc- tions), Dick Whittington (JDJB Productions), The Ghost Train (Angel Hair and JDJB Productions), The SpookyShip (Bristol Old Vic) and The Marriage of Figaro (New Cornwall Opera). Faye will next be multi-rolling in a triple bill of comedies by Nicholas Ridley later in the year (JDJB Productions). 

Hallam Kelly

Hal is one of the two musical directors of Spill for which he draws on his background in synthesised, electronic music and experience as a pianist. He has worked with composers such as Jake Bright, Ben Osborn and Brian Hargreaves and has composed for the Bristol Old Vic Young Company. As an actor Hal has performed with FellSwoop Theatre on their national tour of Ghost Opera and with the Bristol Old Vic Young Company on a number of productions. He is also working on writing a new stage play and producing an ambient synth pop record. 


James Matthews

James is an actor, theatre maker and producer from Bristol. He joined Bristol Old Vic Young Company in 2007 and performed in numerous productions. Aside from Propolis, James is currently studying Acting and Contemporary Theatre at East 15 Acting School. Recent credits include A Boy Named Sue at The King's Head Theatre and short film After Butt, working with artist and film maker Ian Giles.


Scott Bayliss

Scott is an Actor and Theatre Maker from Bristol. Scott graduted from Plymouth University in Theatre Media Performance before completing The Bristol old Vic's Made In Bristol Programme. He is currently studying at The Identity School Of Drama. Scott has also worked along side The Creative Youth Network, Theatre Royal Bath, The Bristol Old Vic, Screenology and Doppelganger Productions.


Omar Currie

Omar is a Bristol based actor. He has worked extensively with the Bristol Old Vic Young Company and The National Youth Theatre. Omar has appeared in the television shows Skins, Casualty and Trollied as well as a number of independent short films. Theatre credits include: Children of Killers (National Theatre) and Pigeon English (Edinburgh Fringe Festival). 



Fabien Mokhtari

Fabien is a Bristol based actor who broke through into the theatre world through the made in Bristol programme. Since then he has done several short films; both student and professional as well as others shows in theatre. Fabien is currently taking time out of acting whilst he is studying theology full time.

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