Philippe is a French guitarist, composer and producer working between London, Lisbon and Paris. After the recent release of his first solo album, “In Deep”, he is currently touring with the IN DEEP BAND, which he founded in April 2014.
For more info visit the band website.
Philippe is also working on other solo projects, and composing soundtracks for film, animation and dance projects.
Between ‘92 and ‘96 he was the guitarist for ‘Dirty District’, a band at the forefront of the french rock fusion scene for more than ten years.
He has played and recorded with artists such as Youth (Killing Joke), Klima, Juryman, Bazbaz, Lofofora, and composed music for film, animation, advertising and dance projects.
He is also a member of London improvisation collective ‘Orchestra Elastique’.
Bruno is a director, performer, composer and musician. He has collaborated with various performance artists and companies, as well as developping solo and site-specific works internationally. He presented work in venues such as ICA, Southbank Centre, Arcola Theatre, Shunt Vauls, Project Arts Space (Dublin), Guest Projects, Shonibare Studio, The Basement, Nightingale Theatre (Brighton), Balleteatro (Porto), Moks (Mooste, Estonia), just to mention a few. He performed and wrote for Karavan Ensemble, in Brighton, with who he did site-responsive works in UK, Germany and Italy.
Humberto is co-founder and part of Orchestra Elastique, a music improvisation collective that produces live film scores. In 2012 he was commissioned by GIFT Festival, Gateshead, to make LAND, a new work of urban landscape performance with local artists, still touring. Recently collaborated with the choreographer Charlotte Spencer, writing for Walking Stories (GDA, UK and France, 2013/14/15) and he finished the R&D of The Camus Incident, a site-specific performance promenade, finalist of the Oxford Samuel Becket Theatre Trust Award. He composed with Philippe Lenzini the sound score for the two first dance pieces of a site-sensitive trilogy, In Situ and Quests, directed by Tara D'Arquian.
Bruno also performed the first versions of The Death of the Audience, at Tripspace, The Place, London and Atelier Re.Al, Lisbon.
Jemima is a performance poet and singer who blends powerful, sonic heavy poetry about modern life with snippets of her favourite artists’ songs as well as her own.
Shortlisted for the Arts Foundation Spoken Word Fellowship 2015, Jemima performs extensively across the country. Her poetry film Mirror, commissioned by BBC Arts as part of their Women who Spit series, is available on iplayer. She has also appeared on Lynn Barber’s episode of Arts Night on BBC2.
Jemima’s debut poetry show Melody, won the spoken word award at Buxton Fringe Festival 2015 and was critically acclaimed at its run at the PBH Free Fringe at Edinburgh 2015, receiving several 4 star reviews. Melody is touring in 2016.
Jemima recently performed in the Barbican main hall as part of Doug Aitken’s Station to Station project alongside poetry legends including Simon Armitage and Don Paterson for a special concert curated by and featuring Beck.
Jemima is also an experienced Workshop facilitator who works with children of all ages as well as with vulnerable adults.
“The brilliant Foxtrot is the one to watch”.
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“Jemima Foxtrot is a revelation…Her poetry is sharp and intelligent, delivered with confident, dramatic timing, and interspersed with song”.
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Fridthjofur designs lighting for live performance (theatre, dance, opera,etc.), events, catwalks and buildings. After having studied Performance lighting at the Central School of Speech and Drama and graduating from a Master in Performance design and practice at Central St Martin’s, he is specialized in visual design and dramaturgy. His practice has been enriched by his former work as a consultant at Theatre Project Consultants, working with architects, engineers and clients to design the world’s
greatest performance buildings. Fiffi’s work is international, working around the UK? Ireland, Europe, India, Bermuda and New-York.
Hannah is a co-founder of the award-winning theatre collective SHUNT, an independent theatre maker and performer. She has performed in and co- devised ‘Amato Saltone’, ‘Tropicana’, ‘Dance Bear Dance’, ‘The Tennis Show’, ‘The Ballad of Bobby Francois’, ‘The Architects’ and ‘The Boy who climbed out of his face’ all created by SHUNT. She has curated and managed live arts events for the ‘The Shunt Lounge’ a platform project for artists and new work. SHUNTS awards include The Peter Brook Empty Space Award,’ The Time Out Live Award and The Total Theatre Award.
As a performer Hannah Ringham’s credits also include ‘England’ a two hander play by Tim Crouch which has toured internationally to places including New York, The Melbourne Arts festival and The Hong Kong festival. In 2012 she worked as a performer and creator on a yearlong experimental theatre project ‘Cadavre Exquis’ collaborating with ‘The Nature Theatre of Okalahoma’, playwright Tim Crouch, ‘Kassys’ and Nicole Beutler choreographer, which toured internationally up to 2014. She performed ‘Islands’ by Caroline Horton at The Bush and on a national tour. Currently she is working on ‘Wiretapper’ a binaural performance mobile phone application.
Work as an independent theatre maker includes collaborations with contemporary artists Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin (making film together with live performance), The Bartlett School of Architecture (exploring scanning machines and performance). She has created ‘Hannah Ringham’s Free Show (Bring money)’ with the writer Glen Neath (produced by Sarah Ellis and BAC) which toured nationally and ‘Wedding’ in collaboration with Shoreditch Town Hall. Most recently she created and toured ‘Hello Oxford’ an Oxford Playhouse ‘Plays Out’ commission and is developing a new performance ‘I WANT LOVE’ with choreographer Gary Clarke, composers Ben and Max Ringham and dramaturg Lou Cope.