Clarinettist Kate Luxmoore, trained at The Royal Northern College of Music and Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She has performed at Festivals and venues worldwide with Pianist Ian Buckle and artists such as Fairport Convention, Jackie McShee, Vayu Naidu, The Shysters, Open Theatre Company, Talking Birds, Lucky Ranku, Pritam Singh and Salamander Tandem Dance Company, as well as recordings for BBC Radio 3 and 4 with composer John Nicholls.
Multidisciplinary artist, trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama.
Bolaji works mainly in the field of contemporary art showing in London, Zürich and New York
galleries. As an actor he has worked with the Young Vic, National Theatre Studio, Menier Chocolate Factory, The Globe , west end and Kneehigh’s Asylum in Cornwall.
in 2017 Bolaji’s first poetry book ‘We Are Elastic Ideas’ was published by Ochre Press.
Passionate about new writing, Bolaji hopes Ex Nihilo will facilitate new ideas that question process with keeping the story at the heart of each project.
For the group he wrote and directed their first play ‘In Bed’ that showed at the London Theatre Workshop in 2014.
see adebayobolaji.com for more.
Carl Robertshaw is a production designer creating sensitive, physically graphic forms for the arts and events.
His open-minded and collaborative approach has gained him recognition across many genres, where his designs span the disciplines between environmental, set, prop and costume design.
For over 20 years Carl has enjoyed working collaboratively with artists, directors and choreographers such as Anohni, Kim Gavin, Danny Boyle, Paul Normandale, Chris Levine, Emma Bull, Dan Shipton and Hussein Chalayan.
Carl has designed for The Superbowl 50 Halftime Show, Radio City Music Hall in New York, The Royal Opera House London, Teatro Real Madrid, Teatro de la Ciudad Mexico, Parco della Musica Rome, Hammer Hall Melbourne, Sydney Opera House and The 2012 Olympic Ceremonies.
Jacky Ivimy first connected with Adébayo Bolaji at a reading of her play ‘Dialektikon’ in its very early stages. They both discovered a connection for political ideas and love of theatre and continued to discuss how to further the play.
Jacky Ivimy graduated from Cambridge University (English Literature). Trustee of AGENDA poetry magazine in the 1990's. Sixth form English teacher. Gave a public lecture on the influence of post-impressionist art theory on Virginia Woolfs TO THE LIGHTHOUSE while teaching at St Paul's Girls School; lecture later printed in a collection of essays: CHARLESTON, BLOOMSBURY AND THE ARTS, Plays: THE GHOSTS OF DRESDEN, TO LOSE AN ANGEL, NOTTING HILL '58, THE DAY GIRL, THE NIGHT GIRL, THE HOSTEL OF JOY, THREE LITTLE PIGS.