- Selma Dimitrijevic - Artistic Director
Director and Playwright Selma has worked in theatre, film and opera in a wide range of styles, traditions and forms. Her plays have been performed in the UK, Canada, Russia, Ukraine and Croatia and as a director she has worked with theatres such as Northern Stage, Theatre Royal Bath, Traverse, Tron, Stellar Quines, Hull Truck and Almeida.
- Lorne Campbell - Founder member and Associate Artist
Former Associate Director of the Traverse Theatre and Creative Fellow of the RSC and Warwick University. Lorne has been the director and developer of a wide range of new plays including multi-award winners: Distracted by Morna Pearson and Carthage Must Be Destroyed by Alan Wilkins. Lorne is Artistic Director of Northern Stage.
- Leo Warner and Mark Grimmer
Directors of 59 Productions, Associate Artists at the National Theatre, Leo and Mark have become synonymous with the cutting edge of video work in the theatre across the world working with virtually every leading producing house in Britain and beyond including ENO, The Young Vic, New York Metropolitan Opera, Improbable, NTS and many more
- Garance Marneur
Winner of the Linbury Biennial prize, Garance has recently designed 'Orphans' for Paines Plough, 'Gagarin Way' For the Theatre Royal Bath, 'Turandot' for Hampstead Theatre, 'Romeo and Julia' for the Stadt Theatre, Bern and 'I Am Falling for' Sadlers Wells.
- Jon Bausor
Associate Artist of the Abbey Theatre, one of the leading theatre designers of his generation, Jon has worked with major directors and buildings throughout Europe in theatre dance and opera.
- Sandy Grierson
Sandy trained under former Cricot 2’s leading actress Zofia Kalinska and David W.W. Johnstone of Lazzi. He is Creative Associate with Vanishing Point and won a CATS award for best actor in 2007 for his role as the eponymous character in Communicado's Fergus Lamont.
- David Ireland
David trained as an actor at RSAMD and has worked for many theatre companies across the UK including the RSC, Manchester Royal Exchange, Paines Plough, Grid Iron, the Citizens and the Traverse. He is an Associate Member of Dundee Rep Ensemble. As a writer, his plays include WHAT THE ANIMALS SAY and ARGUMENTS FOR TERRORISM, produced at Oran Mor, Glasgow, EVERYTHING BETWEEN US for Tinderbox Theatre Company of Belfast and Solas Nua of Washington DC and TROUBLE AND SHAME for BBC Radio Scotland.
- Fraser Ayres
A successful actor on film, stage and television and winner of awards including Time Out Best Performer, Herald Angel Best Actor Edinburgh Festival and a Fringe First. Fraser is also a writer currently under commission for BBC Television.
- Jimmy Akingbola
A TMA award winning actor, stage and TV favourite and one of the most prominent young black actors in Britain. Jimmy recently played Othello to great acclaim for Frantic Assembly. Credits include roles for: West Yorkshire Playhouse, Birmingham Rep, National Theatre, Soho Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East.
- Sean Campion
Sean's recent theatre credits include Wittenberg (Gate Theatre), Death and the Maiden (Salisbury Playhouse), Gambling (Soho Theatre), As You Like It (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), and Berlin-Hanover Express (Hampstead Theatre). Sean was nominated for Best Actor at the Evening Standard, Tony and Oliver Awards for his performance in Stones in His Pockets which transferred to the West End and Broadway. His television credits include Holby City, Vera and Borgia. His film credits include Timbuktu and Goldfish Memory.
- Elspeth Brodie
Elspeth Brodie trained at Drama Centre London. Since graduating she has enjoyed performing a variety of roles in film, television, and radio. She has also worked extensively in theatre for companies such as Vanishing Point, The Traverse Theatre, and The Citizens Theatre.
- Scott Turnbull
Scott's theatre credits include The Rubber Room (The Old Vic), The Machine Gunners (Polka Theatre), Apples (Northern Stage), The Tempest (KG Productions), Book of Beasts (Catherine Wheels Theatre Company), Hansel and Gretel (Northern Stage), Heartbreak Soup (Empty Space Productions), A Christmas Carol (Northern Stage) and How Many Miles to Basra? (The West Yorkshire Playhouse). His television credits include Little Bastard, The Royal Today, The Bill and Byker Grove. He was chosen by The Independent as 'One to Watch' in 2011 and was awarded North-East Actor of the Year by The Journal.
- Garry Collins
One of Scotland’s leading actors Gary has performed in a staggering array of work encompassing classical, new-writing, devised, physical and improvised theatre. Garry’s has worked for The Traverse, The Globe, The Citizens, The Arcola and The Royal Lyceum.