independent theatre makers and creative producers with a playful, dynamic and cross-art form approach to making innovative, contemporary work. Having collaborated together for the last 6 years, their shared portfolio includes performance-based commissions for the Birmingham Hippodrome, one-to-one performances in pop-up tents with mac Birmingham, and other interactive works and events in town squares, pubs and warehouses.
Co-writer and Director Bernadette is writer in residence at Tallison House and Gardens and co-Artistic Director of White Rabbit. She is an author, storyteller, thaumaturge, kindness campaigner and columnist for Balance magazine. She has also recently written a book, The Little Book of Wonder, which has been published by Orion.
Antonia is an award-winning theatre maker, researcher and independent creative producer. Her work is typically responsive and research-driven, exploring and testing the boundaries of contemporary, experimental theatre, performance and live art.
Antonia’s work stems from a background in contemporary theatre and performance art, and over the last 10 years she has worked extensively in both practical and strategic roles across the creative sector; working with a wide range of nationally and internationally renowned artists and organisations. Antonia has developed a distinctive and highly successful portfolio of work as both an artist and creative producer, which includes creating, programming and managing arts festivals, national touring productions, artist development programmes, digital art projects, site-specific and outdoor performances, interventions in public spaces, public exhibitions, community-led projects, arts and health projects, arts education projects and socially-engaged regeneration programmes and consultations.
Antonia is an RSA Fellow and an alumni of the Clore Leadership Programme.
Lucy is an artist and producer, with a specialism in participation. Formally Creative Learning Producer and Arts Council England funded Change Maker at critically acclaimed, Stan’s Cafe Theatre Company.
She has 12 years experience working both nationally and internationally, with small grass-roots organisations and large NPOs creating, delivering and managing projects, producing and performing. Lucy has a first class BA (hons) and MA in performing arts, a PGCE in post-compulsory education and previously attended the Clore Leadership Short Course.
Passionate about arts engagement, working with young people and the community, when not performing The Death Show Lucy can usually be found leading a workshop or planning a participatory project.