Artistic Director and Writer
Cherie studied at Exeter and Sussex Universities. She is a Lived Experience Practitioner and Theatre Specialist working within mental health including Child and Adolescent Mental Health services and Neuro-Developmental teams within education and the community for over 25 years. In 2017, she was given a Teaching Excellence award by the Lord Mayor of Southwark for her work with vulnerable young people. Cherie has worked as a performer with Random Acts Improvisation Company, Theatr Clywd and Leap Theatre in Education. Cherie received mentor-ship at The National Theatre working with script development and story.
Artistic Director Writer and Performer
Abi studied at Exeter University and Italia Conti. She has worked as an actor, improviser, storyteller and voiceover artist for 25 years. She is also highly experienced in teaching, workshop leading and live interpretation bringing many historical characters to life in museums, galleries and educational settings. Abi works closely with Kew Gardens developing children's awareness of biodiversity and natural world protection through immersive storytelling. Abi has just written her first novel and is about to embark on a second.
Performer and Writer
Gregory trained through Lee Strasberg Method in Los Angeles, California. Gregory has worked with companies including Spin Cycle Theatre N16. King’s Head Theatre and Minack Theatre. He has toured extensively in France with Quorum Theatre company with plays by Philip Ayckbourn. Gregory has appeared in several award winning short films, and television drama's for Stephen Poliakoff. Gregory is also a painter in oils and pastels and author of “My Signature Dish” “A Founding Mother” the play Lili (in the Guesthouse Window), as well as a collection of poetry, “As It Was Then.” Gregory is also a fluent speaker in Italian and French.
Sandra studied at the University of Ulster and Desmond Jones School of Physical Theatre and has worked as a performer in UK and abroad. She studied an MA in Theatre and International Development after which she spent time in India with Jana Sanskriti using theatre to work with tribes exploring issues affecting their communities. Her case study was published in the journal Development in Practice. She led Bridge intercultural arts programme at Chichester Festival Theatre. She recently performed with Amnesty about the experiences of Afghan women and has also devised and performed with Random Acts Theatre