Look Back in Anger
Actor and Director has worked in theatre, film, TV in a wide range of styles, roles and forms. Sebastian worked with acclaimed theatre and film directors Jacek Skalski (Poland), Adam Cook (Australia) and Shane Meadows (UK). He trained in the Academy of Theatrical Arts in Krakow, Poland and The Acting College in Sydney, Australia.
Sebastian is a founder of Big Boots Theatre Company Limited. He received an Off West End Award Nomination in the category of Best Director for Holding the Man staged at Brockley Jack Theatre in 2017. Sebastian is a member of Genesis Directors Network at Young Vic in London and the Directors's Cut at Southwark Playhouse.
Sebastian has written musicals and directed at the Polish Children Theatre ‘Syrena’ in Hammersmith, London. He directed at Tristan Bates Theatre in Covent Garden and assisted at City Lit Drama School in Holborn. Other credits include Faust by Wolfgang Goethe, The Giaour by Lord Byron and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.
Soon after obtaining her MA Design for Performance at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama; Tina was awarded the Dingemans Design Award for an exciting year at the National Theatre, London. During her time at the National Theatre, she met and worked with the director Roy Alexander Weiss, designing “Dead don't floss” for the Dorfman stage in 2017. In 2016, she designed the set for ‘Cabaret’ directed by Paul Kerryson. ‘Cabaret’ won the Set Design Silver Award at the World Stage Design (WSD 2017)
Tina originally studied Architecture at ALBA-Beirut, graduating top of her class. She earned the Order of Engineers and Architects award as well as the Samir Mokbel award for excellence in architectural design.
Alongside her work as a Performance designer, she is a theatre design consultant at Charcoalblue, specialising in auditorium planning and design.
Tina recently joined the London Video Game Orchestra as a percussionist and loves spending her spare time performing with London Amdram musical companies.
Marta Anna Licwinko
Marta Anna Licwinko is a cartoonist, stage designer and photographer, graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań at the Graphic Arts Department.
For over 20 years Marta has been associated with the theatre, initially as an assistant modelling studio at The New Theatre in Poznan (Poland), and then as a stage designer of several theatre projects, for example, Carnal at Tristan Bates Theatre. Marta worked as a designer with Sebastian on several project since 2007 at the Polish Children's Theatre "Syrena" in Hammersmith, London. Currently working as a jewellery photographer at Jewellerybox.
Radvilė Kisieliūtė graduated from A. Martinaitis Art School and trained in Vilnius Arts Academy Open School of Art, Design and Architecture in Lithuania. Later she obtained a BA Fashion Design at University of Bedfordshire and has worked in fashion industry for bespoke and high fashion companies. Alongside her MA in University of Arts London where she gained master’s degree in Costume Design for Performance, she also designed and made costumes for live performances and collaborated with various artists.
Her strongest interests are in symbolism, paganism, folkloric heritages intertwined with psychological and philosophical underlayings. Her work focuses on textiles and textures manipulation, deconstruction, breaking down methods and recycling, which over years became the distinctive style of her creations and supportive expression of her concepts. Due to her extensive work experience and education in a lot of different creative fields Radvilė is open for various creative work without limiting her choices and creative thinking.
With a background in Architecture, Matthew has a passion for exploring the tactile and sensory qualities of spaces and materials to create evocative and vivid atmospheres
He also specialises in electronic music production with a particular interest in soundscapes and ambient music; using new technologies to create evolving/ other worldly sounds.
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Matthew currently works at 'Theatre Projects' - a theatre consultants in North London- and works alongside architects and acousticians to create spectacular theatre venues and exhibitions.
Originally from Canterbury Scott moved to London 9 years ago. Scott has been sound mixing in a church setting for 10 years. He has started to take take these skills further into the theatre and events industry. Shows: Welcome to Thebes (John Lyons Theatre), Living Latino (Kings Head Theatre), Devil is in the Timing (Bread and Roses Theatre)
Jordan Rhys Moffatt
Working as a freelance Stage Manager, Producer, and Sound and Light Designer. Jordan has also recently worked on several short films as an Assistant Producer and 2nd Assistant Director in conjunction with the organisation RISE for a charity project supporting survivors of abuse. Alongside his freelance work, he is the creative producer for the talent networking site Producers Eye and is currently co-writing his first play, which he plans to have on stage by the end of the year.