About
Stage Splinters

As a company we love to entertain doing this by telling THE UNTOLD STORIES, producing old stories in a new way and unravelling new stories to display their best potential. We believe that this experience can be achieved through collaboration, experimentation and innovation.

The shows that we endeavour to produce need to be fresh yet dynamic pieces of art, adventurous at their core bold and thought provoking, exploring the classic and new nature of writing and devising. To give the audience a release and perhaps even inspire them through our chosen form of storytelling, allowing the audience to be transported to a new world.

We also intend to be provocative while being playful, unravel new ideas and be inclusive as well as provide an engaging and at times intense while encompassing all aspects of theatre, Film, opera and ballet.

Meet the Team

Having years of experience working as a director and stage manager on projects like That Girl (Old Red Lion Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (Waterloo East Theatre), In The Wake Of (The Lion and Unicorn),The Tempest, Fear and Misery of the Third Reich and Macbeth (Brockley Jack), Adam & Eve (The Hope Theatre), and GAPS (Katzpace). She has also directed several plays. Sophia then decided to move into the realm of acting. Training as a professional actor he hopes to continue her career on the stage and movie sets.

Specialising in acting, teaching dance and movement, including musical theatre and period dance.

She trained at London Studio Centre in Theatre Dance and later trained at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, receiving an MA in Acting. She has performance experience in theatre, television and film.

Working as both a dancer and actor has given Faye a greater understanding of what actors need to enable them to enhance and develop their skills in dance and movement. She is experienced in teaching all levels, from people with little or no performing experience to those who are experienced performers.

Originally from West Wales, Gwenan is a London-based Director and Stage Manager. She is also an associate artist for BolSHE, a collective that platforms Welsh and Wales-based creative women.

Recent Directing credits include Maisie at the Bread and Roses Theatre (4* Broadway World); Existential Fish and Dread for the same venue (4.5* Within Her Words, 4* London Pub Theatres) and Other

Assistant Director credits include Romeo & Juliet(Metcalfe Gordon Productions); Love, Genius and a Walk(Theatro Technis); It Tastes Like Home and The Buzz(Bread and Roses Theatre).

Gwenan other credits include Dissociated (Etcetera Theatre); Cuttings and Little Echoes (The Hope Theatre); 

Trained at the Royal Shakespeare Company under the tutelage of the chief electrician and lighting designer his work includes

Highlights: Tales from Ovid - Swan theatre, Don Juan - Hoxton Hall Theatre, Bouncers and Shakers - Gulbenkian Theatre/Marlow Theatre, Tainted The Musical - The Vaults.

Lighting & Sound Design Credits include: A Midsummer Night's Dream, King Lear, The Tempest, Popcorn, Anthony and Cleopatra, Night Before The Buzz. Dare to Do, Last one Here. Romeo and Juliet, Metamorphosis, Gift of the Gab, Tainted The Musical and many more. 

Chuma Will be Lighting L'Enfant Prodigue and Poison, Passion and Purification for the pegasus opera company

A very talented actor, dancer and choreographer that has been seen in plays across London and Great Britain. Eloisetrained at Bird College and enjoys working across the board in musical theatre and dance through to plays and Greek Theatre!. She has performance experience in theatre, television and film.

Recent theatre credits include: Millie, The Project (The White Bear); Kate, Haendel on the Estate (Ovalhouse); Sarah Tweedy, Game Over (The Bread and Roses); Alex, Dissociated (Cast Recording, Skitzoid Productions); Lady Macbeth, Macbeth - The Musical (Stage Splinters, The White Bear Theatre).

An actor experienced in screen and film, specialising in theatre and Shakespeare.

 

Theatre highlights include playing the title role of Macbeth in Bard City’s Macbeth directed by RSC’s Owen Horsley; Rose in the puppetry adaption Macbeth the Musical (White Bear Theatre), Olivia in Twelfth Night (Exeter Northcott Theatre & UK tour), Sir Toby in Twelfth Night (RSC Dell Theatre), Multirolling in Shakespeare in Hell (Exeter Northcott Theatre) and touring Macbeth with the Young Shakespeare Company (RSC). Alongside this, Bryony has also worked as a poet, puppeteer, drama facilitator and Arts Award advisor.

A proud Southeast Asian community producer and facilitator. Her training includes MA Creative Producing course at Mountview and BA Acting and Community Theatre course at East 15 Acting School. She is currently the Marketing Assistant at The Freedom Switch and Community Producer at Zoo Co.

 

She was Assistant Producer at Fuel Theatre. Her producing credits include, Catch 22: York Road (Documentary, 2020) and Pandemonium (a street festival in Southend-On-Sea 2019). Her facilitation credits include Teaching Assistant (PQA Croydon, 2020), Co-Facilitator (Lancaster School, 2020), Early Stages Teacher (Stagecoach, 2019) and Teaching Assistant (Centre Stage, 2018).

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Monday - Friday: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am - 2:00pm​

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