Max Wilson

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Paul Aitchison

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Joanna Bool

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Martin Clarkson

Following a ‘lifetime’ with the Board of Marks and Spencer, Martin has become a coach and trusted advisor to senior leaders and decision makers worldwide. He was a founding partner and is now Chairman of The Storytellers – a strategic consultancy helping companies focus on the human element of successful change, using the power of storytelling. More recently he co-founded …

James Seabright

James is an Olivier Award winning theatrical producer and general manager. Following graduation from Magdalene College, Cambridge in 2001, he was awarded the Stage One producer bursary in 2002. Currently, he is on the board of the League of Independent Producers, chairs the board of the King’s Head Theatre, sits on the bursary panel of Stage One, is an associate …

Tom Lishman

Tom’s work in the West End has included The Caretaker, Pete And Dud Come Again, Medea, I Love You You’re Perfect Now Change, Brief Lives, Twelve Angry Men, The Gin Game, Taking Sides, A Letter of Resignation, Life Support , The Hothouse, The Rivals, Vita and Virginia, Hobson’s Choice and Rope. He designed sound for Ashes to Ashes (Royal Court), …

Tim Mascall

West End credits include Eric and Little Ern (Vaudeville and tour), Well (Apollo), Ruby Wax: Losing It (Duchess), Derren Brown: An Evening of Wonder (Garrick), Something Wicked This Way Comes (Old Vic), Enigma (Adelphi), Why the Whales Came (Comedy), The Vagina Monologues (Wynddams), and Lies Have Been Told (Trafalgar Studios). Other London productions have included The Importance of Being Earnest …

Simon Scullion

Simon Scullion is a designer working mainly in Theatre but also in Film and Television. He trained at Wimbledon School of Art and was a finalist on the Linbury Prize for Theatre Design. He has designed shows that have toured nationally and internationally, for the West End and for regional theatres and festivals. Simon has a broad background experience in …

Phil Innes

Phil has been making music of all shapes and sizes for over 20 years. The first album he bought was Themes for Superheroes performed by Geoff Love and His Orchestra. Since then, Phil’s musical taste has grown to encompass a bewildering range of genres. Having played in various bands, he now prefers writing music for theatre and film. Highlights so …