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Sophie Jacob is an Actor, Musician and Theatre Maker based in London, Essex and the Midlands. She is a graduate from the Collaborative and Devised Theatre Acting course at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Since graduating she has performed and worked across the UK as a deviser as well as producer of new work. She is part of the Young Vic Genesis Network and leads workshops facilitating participation in the arts.



Mae is an actor/deviser and graduated from the Royal Central School of School of Speech and Drama, Acting CDT in 2019. She made her professional actors debut with I’ll Take You to Mrs Cole! For Complcité (Catherine Alexander). She has since worked twice at the Unicorn Theatre as an actor/deviser in The Canterville Ghost (Justin Audibert) and Guillver’s Travels (Jaz Woodcock Stewart). Mae recently developed the mini-series Mea and Gee which is currently in post production.



Debs is primarily an actor and performance storyteller and is one of the UK’s most exciting writer-performers, creating playful, thoughtful work that gets deep under the skin. Her work puts the poetic and the irreverent side by side and often mixes modern theatre forms with the intimacy and informality of storytelling.




Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama of the BA Acting Collaborative and Devised Theatre course. She has since worked at Young Vic Theatre

and Chichester Festival Theatre. She is burgeoning voice artist working on various video game project, radio dramas and audiobooks. She is currently training and directing actors at the Guilford School of Acting in Surrey.



Jacob is a multi-faceted creator from Nottingham, who now lives and works in East London. His debut short film, A Casting Room, was released in May of 2020 to overwhelmingly positive reviews, and was a finalist at the Lift-Off Festival 2020 with Pinewood Studios. Most recently Jacob can be seen in Liz Arday's short film, My Father's Shed, which was released in November as part of an online monologue season.



With their unique approach to harmony singing, intelligent and thoughtful arrangements of traditional and original material, Hazel Askew, Hannah James and Rowan Rheingans harness and celebrate their united voice. Whether unearthing a feminist twist hidden in a traditional tale, delivering a poignant anti-war ballad, or showcasing their immense multi-instrumental talents in  compositions that draw on a myriad of musical influences, Lady Maisery are skilful explorers of the power, beauty and vitality of song.

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Avital Raz is a theatre maker and musician. Her latest musical release 'The Fallen Angel's Unravelling Descent', a collaboration with Keith Angel (producer) was given four stars by many publications. "There is no-one quite like Avital Raz in the world of music right now, and she should be applauded for the intelligence and singularity of her artistic vision. The Fallen Angel’s Unravelling Descent is a genuinely original musical statement, full of wise, exotic and gleefully mordant songs that manage to be simultaneously challenging and melodic."



Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne is a folk musician and singer. Cohen has been a musician since the age of 6 and took to squeezeboxes in his teens and has since developed into a fine player of both the melodeon and anglo concertina. Cohen is also a well-regarded singer and in 2014 won Bromyard Folk Festival's Future of Young Folk Award for singing.  In addition to solo work, he currently performs with BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award nominees Granny's Attic.



Hailing from Rhode Island, Armand Aromin and Benedict Gagliardi are seekers and singers of old songs, cultivators of local music, and chronic multi-instrumentalists. They are touted as strong tradition-bearers in their generation, and their genuine affinity for the music is evident in the emotion they draw from it. With a pair of oft-harmonizing voices tastefully garnished with fiddle, free-reeds, and tenor guitar, The Vox Hunters offer an all-natural connection to the living tradition of folk music.

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