Anthony Shrubsall - Director
Anthony Shrubsall is a freelance theatre director. A founder member of the Entire Theatre Company and an established director on the London Fringe. Previous work has included Zena Edwards's Security - the first UK production selected for the Shizuoka Festival, Japan, and Richard Tyrone Jones’s Big Heart at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which was adapted into a series for BBC Radio 4 in 2012. His work last year included interrupt The Routine: The Gin Chronicles - A Scottish Adventure at the Bridewell Theatre and Edinburgh Festival; Saffron Hill at The Pleasance Theatre; ORBITS in Germany and Poland and Real Life TV at the Barons Court Theatre.
Edmund Dehn - Actor
Edmund Dehn's credits include: Prospero, Job, Becket, Coriolanus amongst many others on stage. He is known for his international hit internet portrayal of popular worldwide cult figure Judge Minty (Best Action Film and Audience Award Wasteland Festival 2013). TV credits include Robert H Jackson in Speer und Er (Bavariafilm), Carlo in 2 series of The 10%ers (Carlton TV) and Gumboil in Knightmare (Anglia TV) Films and short films include: Spoon (with Rutger Hauer), Brothers Of War, Olive Green, With Love From Suffolk and Lovelorn (Best Supporting Actor LA Reel Film Festival 2009), Junta & Afterlife (Cannes Film Festival Shorts 2014 & 2015). Recently played Winston Churchill in “Austerity” in Milton Keynes and Ernest Hemingway in a one man show, “Death of a Hunter” in Berlin. Edmund is also a successful voice actor for corporates, commercials and audio books - he was the sole reader on the unabridged Gormenghast Trilogy.
Lucy Appleby - Producer
Lucy started as a child actor, trained with Uta Hagen in New York, and worked in film, TV, radio and theatre in England and Japan, where she also specialised in voice-overs. She has directed for Theatre 503 Rapid Write Response and at the Drayton Arms Theatre, co-directed on Effie's Burning at the Etcetera Theatre and directed The Radio Theatre Company at the Bridewell Theatre. She was assistant director on two productions that went to the Edinburgh Festival in 2014, Frank Sent Me and Signal Failure, which also went to New York. She has directed several short plays for Ealing's 6X10 series, and she has also directed at the University of West London. She is currently the director of the sell-out production of Brexit the Musical which is on in London.
Peter Saracen - Actor
Peter has acted for stage, film and television. Played the lead in Heresy at the Tabard Theatre as the inquisitor Don Domingo in 2014. He played the Pastor in RETZ's immersive piece The Trial, developed in collaboration with the Barbican and Guildhall and supported by Sky Arts and the Arts Council in 2013. He appeared in the film musical Les Miserables in a singing character part in 2012. He has a wide range of experience, from the classics to street theatre including an appearance in Ken Campbell and Neil Oram's legendary twenty hour epic The Warp at the Roundhouse Theatre in 1999.
Wally Sewell - Writer
In 2013 as Playwright in Residence for OPEN Ealing, Wally wrote Royal Wedding, specially commissioned to exploit the siting of OPEN's premises next to an erotic goods emporium. The Wrong Tree won an award in the finals of the Off Cut Festival at the Riverside Studios in 2011, and A Muse of Fire was performed there in 2012. The Garden was performed at the Lost Theatre in 2012 and plays The Adventure of the Crying Boy and April Fools at the Drayton Court Theatre in 2012 and 1996. Spogons was short-listed for the Croydon Warehouse International Playwriting competition in 2007. He co-organises the 6x10 Theatre Sundays, performed readings of short plays at the Antelope Tooting.