Christopher is an OffWestEnd award-nominated actor who trained at L'École Jacques Lecoq and RADA and produced seven sold-out productions with work seen across London, Paris, and Tokyo.
His last acting job was playing both The Beast and The Ugly Sister in a schools panto… and that put an end to the acting ambitions. He’s now driven by making the best parts of theatre and acting accessible to all.
He ran the London Marathon in 2019, raising over two grand for Shelter... and hasn't run since. In related news, he makes the most incredible Mac & Cheese and his favourite Pokémon is Articuno (so majestic).
Dean is an actor, writer and producer. In 2016, he moved on from a career in local government to train at RADA. Since then, he has founded two theatre companies: New Public and Performance Anxiety.
His shows have been staged throughout the UK and internationally... but you might have seen him strutting through a hotel lobby to advertise a well-known travel website.
Dean is also an educator delivering courses and workshops in public speaking and creative skills to clients ranging from BPP Law School to the Barbican.
He is a fan of the arts, craft beer, running and perennial League two play-off finalists Exeter City F.C.
Sarah Morris is an award winning producer, creative practitioner, and development manager who specializes in creating and promoting interactive and immersive experiences.
She was previously co-founder of the UK's longest-running immersive horror company Apocalypse Events and has since produced for a number of London’s leading immersive theatre companies including Colab Theatre, differenEngine, Specifiq, and Rogue Production.
Sarah also works in experiential campaigns and activations for clients such as Merlin Entertainment, Hasbro, Disney, Penguin Books, Deloitte, The British Museum and more. Sarah believes audiences of all ages want to play and not just watch and has been one of the early pioneers at the forefront of the growth of playable theatre, experiences, and events.
Oscar is an actor filmmaker who trained on the CertHE course at East 15 acting school. Being someone who was always passionate about film, spending 7 years at a secondary school that didn't offer drama in any capacity made him realise how much he needed the creative industry.
During the pandemic, he wrote, directed, filmed and edited a short film completely from quarantine, raising over £400 for AgeUK. His film has since gone on to be chosen as part of the official selection at multiple festivals around the UK.
When he’s not writing and directing films, you can catch him on his bicycle delivering food, or volunteering at the local community garden.