Gary is the director of Bonus of Contention.
Theatre credits as an actor include Les Blancs (National Theatre), Hapgood (Hampstead Theatre), The Whipping Man (Theatre Royal Plymouth), The Rise and Shine of Comrade Fiasco (Gate Theatre), Skipping Rope, You Know Who You Are(Talawa Theatre), Banksy: The Room in the Elephant (Arcola Theatre and Pleasance, Edinburgh), Sucker Punch, God’s Second in Command (Royal Court) and Family Man (Theatre Royal Stratford East). Bonus of Contention marks his directorial debut.
Peter is the director of Bones
Trained on the Theatre Directing MFA at Birkbeck. He was Resident Assistant Director for Sheffield Theatres 2014/2015. Directing includes: The Ritual of Thwarted Desire (Courting Drama, Southwark Playhouse), Build My Cage Out Of Lego (New Diorama), The Nest(Manchester Science Festival, Z-Arts), Scripted (Sheffield Crucible Studio), Jerusalem (NSDF & New Theatre, Nottingham). Assistant Directing includes: Twelfth Night, Queen Coal, Blasted, Playing For Time, Camelot (Sheffield Theatres).
Jonathon is the director of The Artistically-Protected Right to Over-React
A freelance director and writer. His directing credits include a critically acclaimed production of Line (Stephen Joseph theatre) and he won the Off Cut festival award with In a Box (Riverside Studios). Other credits include: HTTT (Old Vic Theatre), 20 Moments (Almeida Theatre), Puddles (Three and Ten). He also works as an associate director with Fat Git Theatre. His assistant work includes Steven Berkoff on his play Religion & Anarchy and the companies Theatre Ad Infinitum and Coney.
Kathleen is the director of The Revolution Will Not Be Grammatically Correct
A freelance director, originally from Australia and based in London. Directing credits includeafter morning after (The Drayton Arms), It's All About the Holidays (Little Pieces of Gold at Old Red Lion),Pearl (as co-director for Descents at Rich Mix) and Girl in a Crisis at Omnibus where she was the Resident Assistant Director, also assisting on the promenade production of Macbeth and Associate Directing Clapham Ghost Ride which had its' audiences on bicycles.
Jo is the director of The Goblin King
Director/Actor based in South London. She trained at The Actor Works School after winning the Tim Reynolds Memorial Scholarship. As a director she has worked extensively with new writers and in 2013 set up her own theatre company - Skylight Theatre which produces new writing. Her recent credits include HT Theatre's Othello.
Nick is the director of London-Damascus and Native Tongues
Studied directing at City Lit, London. He has directed at venues including Soho Theatre, the Arcola, Camden People’s Theatre, Lost Theatre, Drayton Arms Theatre, Brockley Jack and The Space. He has also worked as a script reader for Writer’s Avenue, Almost Random Theatre and The Space, and as a talent scout for BBC Writersroom. @nickpmyles