The writer of The Revolution Will Not be Grammatically Correct
Mike has been writing for theatre for over a decade. In that time he has written for venues and companies across London. Examples include a musical for the Pensive Federation's Significant Other Festival, Poe: Macabre Resurrections for Second Skin Theatre, Insignifican Theatre's Speakeasier and Crow Theatre's OFFIE Nominated "Jack The Ripper's London". His third full length play "Buster Keaton at the Hollywood Canteen" appears at the Space Arts Centre in March.
The writer of Bones
Kaethe Cherney, who was born and raised in Manhattan, has worked in film, theatre and the visual arts. She has an MA in Scriptwriting from Goldsmiths and recently completed a novel entitled 'Happy as Larry: A New York Story of Cults, Crushes and Quaaludes.' Her short film 'Onions' won a competition at Goldsmiths and was screened at BAFTA. Her short play 'W.A.S.H' was in the Page to Stage Festival at the Lyric Hammersmith in 2015, and 'Shazaam' had a staged reading at the Proud Activist in 2015.
The writer of The Artistically-Protected Right to Over-React, Bonus of Contention and A Meaningful (albeit Brief) Encounter.
Gabrielle trained in Acting at Drama Centre London. During her time there she worked in tandem with those on the Writing and Directing sister pathways of the course in order to develop new pieces of writing and devised productions for both stage and screen. She also worked independently as a writer as part of the school's renowned Movement Psychology classes under tutor James Kemp. Since graduating she has seen her work performed at the Brockley Jack theatre with Underexposed marking her second professional writing venture. @Gabzcurtis
Daisy Jo Lucas
The writer of The Goblin King
Daisy is a stage and screen writer and actor. She trainedpreviously at East 15 acting school and has recently graduated with a Masters in Television Writing from Glasgow Caledonian University. Previous stage writing: 'Fat Cat,' Upstairs at the Gatehouse (Camden Fringe) 2013.
The writer of London-Damascus and Native Tongues
Nick Myles studied Creative Writing at Lancaster University (BA) and Scriptwriting at City University, London (MA with Distinction). His work has been performed at numerous London venues including the Arcola, Greenwich Theatre, Riverside Studios, Brockley Jack, Old Red Lion and The Space, and at C Venues Nova for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015. 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
The writer of C'etait Ouf.
Laurence co-founded The Revolving Shed theatre company, staging a number of plays in London and Edinburgh, whilst studying at the London School of Economics. After two years working in advertising, he recently started a Master’s at the Sorbonne in Paris, where he continues to write. His plays include Blake’s Doors (Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012); Buoy (Bloomsbury Theatre, London; Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013; LSE Literary Festival 2015); Dos Equis (The Doodle Bar, London). www.lvardaxoglou.tumblr.com.