Mhairi Grealis

Director and Education Facilitator

Mhairi undertook an undergraduate in Drama Theatre Arts at QMUC and completed an MA in Classical Acting (directing strand) at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Directing credits include Macbeth, The House of Bernarda Alba, The Process, Medea, Taming of the Shrew and A Handwitch of the Second Stage. She is also the course director for the Richmond Theatre, and an associate lecturer for the London University of the Arts where she is engaged in process based research. She directs and facillitates extensively in education, working with children and adults to produce theatre and enrich lives.

Liam Shea

Producer, Designer and Education Facilitator

Liam undertook an BA. in Theatre Design and Technology at Bretton Hall University. Recent design credits include: The House of Bernarda Alba at The Pentameter's Theatre and King Lear, Absent Friends and Ines de Castro at the Greenwich Playhouse. Liam Is also Education Manager for The Churchill Theatre Bromley.

Ermo Frankevyle

Music Composition and Sound Design

Ermo received an MA from the Central School of Speech and Drama and a BA from School of the Arts (The Netherlands). Recent credits include: Music Composition for “In The Moment” a short film by Runway Pictures, Music Composition for “House of Bernarda Alba”, Music Composition for the Imperial War Museum and Sound Design and Music Composition for “The Broken Heart” Further work can be seen and heard at: www.ermoaudio.com

Adrian Mullan

Lighting Designer

Adrian Mullan trained at Trinity College in Dublin before recieving an MA in Advanced Theatre practice (lighting design) from the Central School of Speech and Drama. He has worked extensively in design around the UK and Europe. Adrian is currently deputy chief technician at the Aldwych Theatre, London.

Hannah Curnow

Actor and Education Facilitator

Hannah undertook a B.A in Drama at The University of Hull before completing an M.A in Classical Acting at Central School of Speech and Drama. Recent Acting Credits include, April in Egg And Spoon for Lyngo Theatre Company, Faith in The Leap for the Garnett Foundation (British Tour) and The Handwitch in A Handwitch of the Second Stage for Green Monkey Productions.

Hiroshi Nakata

Dramaturgy

Originally trained in architecture, Hiroshi completed his degree in Dramaturgy at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Work as a dramaturg includes; "The Broken Heart" (The White Bear), "Orestes" (The Lion and Unicorn / The Space), "Venice Preserved" (Arcola).