Rebecca (she/they) is an actor/performer, theatre maker and facilitator, originally from Widnes. Her trajectory has taken her through Musical Theatre, cruise ships, comedy, political and personal anarchy, and has recently been touring the production of 'Hip, Hip I'm Gay'. Her work aims to deconstruct what it actually means to be both a performer and a human being on this planet, using dance and expression of movement to reflect and celebrate all that we are and all that we can be.
Martyna (she/they) is a director, performer, theatre maker and facilitator, originally from Poland. She has collaborated with a variety of artists in Liverpool, most recently directing a new piece 'That Week with Rats' at the Everyman Studio. As an artist she wants to create work that bursts with colour, often amalgamating music, movement and clowning in order to create a riot on stage and in the audiences heart.
Isobel (she/they) is an actor/performer, theatre maker and facilitator originally from Rossendale, Lancashire. She has collaborated with a variety of wonderful companies/theatres throughout the North West, most recently touring the production 'Hip Hip, I'm Gay'. Movement and gender studies are a key part of her practice, with a keen interest in Drag performance. Her aim is to break open and shatter the conventions and structures that exist within theatre, arts and society - to take up space and make theatre an inclusive place of expression for all.
Leonie is Liverpool based female theatre maker, she often deals with everything technical or production. She trained at The Unity Theatre, where she found her love of working in professional small/medium scale theatre and was then Assistant Technical Manager at Liverpool Guild of Student where she dealt with all commercial and student shows. She specialises in cabaret and immersive theatre, often dealing with abstract and movement shows.