Yonni: Tom Ross-Williams

Stage credits include: After Orlando (Finborough); Three Sisters

(Southwark Playhouse); Negril Beach (Bush); The Forest & The Field (Chris Goode & Co); Vieux Carré (King’s Head & West End transfer); Dunsinane (RSC); Shalom Baby (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Fastburn (Kneehigh); Amphibians (Offstage) and Prime Resident (Soho). TV/Film credits include: Fit (Peccadillo Films); Free (Team Angelica); Forgotten Man, The Grove (RTÉ) and the short film Dog (LSFF).
Tom is also a campaigner and Artistic Director of the political theatre company, Populace. His most recent show about toxic masculinity, Give Me Your Skin (co-created with Oonagh Murphy), is being produced by the Battersea Arts Centre for a premiere in summer 2017.  @tomrosswilliams

Director: Lucy Wray

Directing credits (inc. dramaturgy): They Built It. No One Came. by Callum Cameron (Greenwich/UK tour/Pleasance, Edinburgh); Left My Desk at Crescent House by Olivia Hirst (Litmus Fest/Pleasance Islington); Royal Vauxhall by Desmond O’Connor (Underbelly, Edinburgh); Eggs by Florence Keith Roach (VAULT Festival); Goodstock by Olivia Hirst (Greenwich/New Diorama/Pleasance, Edinburgh). As Dramaturg: Give Me Your Skin by Tom Ross Williams and Oonagh Murphy (BAC/CPT).
She is Associate Director with METIS, Young Vic/New Wolsey) and co-Artistic Director of Populace. Populace was set up in response to anti-cuts protests in March 2011 and has performed work at the Bush, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Lyric Hammersmith, Ovalhouse and Rich Mix.

Writer: Stephen Laughton

Theatre credits include: Screens (Theatre503); Run (VAULT Festival; Southwark Playhouse); Nine (Arcola); Marina Abramovic is Staring at Me (Railroad Playhouse, NY; Cell Theatre, NYC).
TV credits include: Black Hill (Lime Pictures); Forward (Blacklisted Films); Tumble (Double M Films).
Film credits include: The Hobby (Blacklisted Films); RWD/FWD (Fully Focussed/GOOD Agency/Restorative Justice Council; nominated for a Drum Content and Charity Film Award).
Stephen has produced a range of critically acclaimed film, theatre and TV productions: projects including the Academy Award shortlisted Unknown White Male and multi-award-winning Tottenham Ayatollah. Stephen co-directed a short-film Recompense, which screened at the BFI and was an official selection for the New York Independent Film Festival, where it won Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Directorial Debut in the Short Film Category.
Stephen is the Creative Director of iN BLOOM. @STEPHENLAUGHT0N


Press/PR: Paul Bloomfield

With over ten years of experience in theatre production and direction, public relations and social media, and strong media connection in specialised outlets including the Jewish press, LGBT media and theatre news; Paul has worked for large brands across a spectrum of vertical sectors. Consumer brands include Horlicks and Radox, entertainment and leisure projects include Mr Gay UK and the launch of the London 2012 Cycling Centre – Lee Valley VeloPark.
Paul is the Executive Director of iN BLOOM



PM/SM: Lil Davis

Lil started working in stage management and lighting whilst studying at Cygnet Training Theatre. Since then she has been working in theatres both in Israel and UK in a wide range of roles, from stage manager and assistant director to performer, lighting designer and translator.
Credits include: All-Male HMS Pinafore (national tour); Thought to Flesh (VAULT Festival); The Farmer’s Wife (New Theatre, Exeter); Pericles, The Merchant of Venice (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival); The Flies, In The Last Act (Karov Theatre, Israel); Marat/Sade, The Crucible (Nissan Nativ Acting Studio, Israel); Raggabones&House (Peregrine Ensemble); Miguel, I Am Sofia (Tristan Bates/Canal Café).
Lil is co-founder of multicultural theatre company Peregrine Ensemble.

Composer: Helen Sartory

Helen is a former classical musician, Helen has been developing the first immersive electronic music experience, ADRODES for VAULT 2017.
Credits include: Run (VAULT Festival/Southwark Playhouse); Androdes (VAULT Festival/UK tour); Exposure (short film).



Sound Design: Anna Clock

Anna Clock is a London-based sound designer, composer and cellist with a special interest in interdisciplinary collaboration, challenging audience/performer relationships and headphone space in theatre and film.
Recent work in theatre includes: Graphene: Wonder Materials//Tape Piece (created with Sarah Rowland Hill as part of a Brighter Sound residency with Anna Meredith at the Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester); Constellations (The Cockpit, London); In Utero (Very Clock – commissioned by the ICC, Dublin); The Timestealers (Very Clock – London); Laughing Matter (End of Moving Walkway – The King’s Head, London); One Moment (Very Clock, premiered at the Roundhouse Camden as part of We Are Now festival); Poke in the Eye (Georgie Morrell – Edinburgh Fringe); Boobies (Very Clock – Styx, Celebration of International Women’s Day); Snail Walk (Discotheque Collective – site-specific locations in Dublin/Berlin). @annaclock


Designer: Lee Gould

Lee Gould is a freelance animator, illustrator and artist working across the creative industries in print, web, television, computer games and music videos. He has worked with the BBC, the Guardian, Yahoo, EA games and Lloyds TSB.
Projects/campaigns include: Opening Lines (Guardian), Breakfast muffins (Dorset Cereals), Mirror’s Edge (EA Games), Britain’s Best Architecture (Guardian), When Beauty Goes Wrong (BBC), Britain’s Biggest Breakfast (Cancer Research), Sunsmart (Nivea) Pip and Nut Cookbook (Pip and Nut).


Lighting Design: Lucy Hansom

Lucy trained at Central St Martins in Theatre Design, specialising in Lighting Design and Scenography for Dance, and subsequently at Laban. She joined the technical theatre staff at The Place in 2007 and combined this with commissions for designs, including for Slung Low at the Barbican and James Wilton Dance at Sadler’s Wells. Now freelance, other notable designs include A Night with Boy Blue Entertainment at the Barbican Main House Theatre and the Matthew Bourne NACA showcase for John Ross at Hackney Empire. In 2014 Lucy collaborated as lighting designer with Michael Mannion on Athletes by Riccardo Buscarini, which won the Place Prize for Dance.
Lucy is the resident lighting designer for LCDS’s postgraduate performance company as well as for Just Us Dance Theatre.

LX Assistant: Kieron Johnson

Kieron Johnson I Lighting Assistant
Kieron Johnson is a freelance Lighting Designer and Production Manager, specialising in Lighting for Theatre, Contemporary Dance and Live Performance Art. An Affiliate Member of the Association of Lighting Designers, he has worked alongside many institutions, choreographers and companies including Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, The Place, Kerry Nicholls, Transitions Dance Company, Edge Dance Company, Company Wayne McGregor, Matthew Bourne for New Adventures, Opera North, Jessica Wright, Stephanie Schober, Dam Van Huynh and Motionhouse.
Upcoming designs include Thirst (The Space), You’re Human Like The Rest of Them (Finborough); Phroot Salad (Lyric Hammersmith); Gulliver’s Travels (Alexandra). @KieronJohnsonLD