Delyth Jones – artistic director

Image: Sofie Hagen

Delyth directs theatre, comedy and science communication.  Recent directing credits include: Sofie Hagen: The Bumswing (For Edinburgh Fringe 2019, UK and International Tour); Twelfth Night (East 15); Iphigenia at Aulis (RADA); Greg Foot: Safety Goggles Required (UK Tour); Today I Live (RADA Festival); Timandra Harkness: Brainsex (Edinburgh Fringe and UK Tour). Delyth is about to commence rehearsals for Macbeth at East 15, and will be making a new piece with Timandra Harkness for the Edinburgh Fringe 2019 on the concept of Risk. She has worked extensively as an associate and assistant director in London and regionally. She recently ran a community theatre project at Watford Palace Theatre, and theatre workshops for children at the National Army Museum. 

James Lark – artistic director

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James is a composer and writer whose work includes musicals Miracles at Short Notice, award-winning total Fringe sell-out show Tony Blair the Musical and his one-man show The Rise and Fall of Deon Vonniget. Other productions, as both a composer and musical director, include The Snow Queen and Peter Pan: the Revenge of Captain Hook (Rolling Stock Theatre Company), The Borrowers (Dreamshed Theatre), With Blacks (collaboration with Jack Thorne for the Alight Here Festival) and a setting of new words by Andrew Motion for Bush Theatre’s Sixty-Six Books at Westminster Abbey. He has had music commissioned for the choir of Westminster Abbey, Graham Johnson with The Songmakers’ Almanac at the Wigmore Hall, Guy Bovet, James Bowman, the Bromley Boy Singers and he collaborated on the song cycle Voices of London for Song in the City. He is the Director of Music at Westminster Abbey Choir School and his novel, More Tea, Jesus?, was published by Harpercollins.