Holly is a performer, teacher and movement director. Holly has always been passionate about how dance and theatre can be used to educate, inspire, and entertain a diverse range of audiences. Credits include: Open Clasp Theatre Company's Key Change (Best of Edinburgh Award, Fringe 2015), and Take Off Festival Scratch Artist 2015.
Mike Kenny is one of England’s leading writers specialising in young people’s theatre. He was included in the Independent on Sunday’s list of Top Ten Living Playwrights and his plays are performed regularly throughout the UK and internationally. Mike won the 2015 Writers' Guild Award for Best Play for Younger Audiences with Three Wise Monkeys.
Artistic Director, Chair of PYA England
Wendy has held the position of artistic director at Tutti Frutti since 2005, touring nationally and internationally, co-producing the Little Feet Festival of Children’s Theatre, and leading on the development programmes and arts engagement work.
Ivan has worked professionally in Theatre for 30 years as a Composer, Musician, MD, Sound Designer, Actor and Workshop Facilitator. He has created work for children and young people with some of the best children's companies and theatres across the UK and is recognised as a leading artist in this field.
Kate has designed shows for The New Vic, Birmingham Rep, MAC, Pentabus, Birmingham Symphony Hall, BAC, Polka Theatre and Northampton Royal, Tutti Frutti and Derngate. Kate has also held prop and assistant design roles for The National Theatre, BBC, RSC and Almeida.
Calum is an experience technical stage manager. Recent escapades include Slung Low's Fairy Portal Camp (RSC), The White Whale (Leeds Dock), 59 Minutes to Save Christmas (Sheffield Theatres), Emergency Story Penguin (UK Tour), Underneath a Magical Moon (Tutti Frutti), and Ugly Duckling (Tutti Frutti).
Professional work includes: 12 Miles from Nowhere (Karen Simpson/Action Transport Theatre), Wishee Washee in Aladdin (Buxton Opera House) Grandson in Michael Morpurgo’s FarmBoy (Colchester Mercury/Polka Theatre), King John in King John (CreamFaced Loons) and Potty Pierre in Beauty and the Beast (Jordan Productions). Danny is also Creative Director of 'SquadFour Productions' in Manchester.
Alice trained at the Performance Preparation Academy, Graduated 2017. Credits include: Lead singer/keys in Sensation- Music Of The Who (Concert / Bandwagon Productions), Distressed Girl in Derren Brown's Ghost Train - Project Loud (Multi-Media / Figment Productions), and Model/Distressed Woman in White.
Theatre credits include: Understudy in Sunny Afternoon (ATG UK Tour); Action to the Word's Dracula (Latitude Festival & Arts Theatre); Mowgli in The Jungle Book (S4K International Tour).
Training: American Musical Theatre Academy of London (AMTA); BA in Performing Arts from Anglia Ruskin University.
Jack is a 2016 graduate from the Guildford School of Acting. Credits whilst training include Mike in How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found, Melchior in Spring Awakening and Al Joad in The Grapes of Wrath. He recently appeared in Hookhitch Theatre's My Friend Peter.
Grace graduated from Rose Bruford's Actor Musicianship course. Credits whilst training include: Little Sally in Urinetown, Anya in The Cherry Orchard, Hamlet in Hamlet, Ensemble in Run. Grace is also a professional musician and has performed up and down the country with the New York Brass Band.
Chris Draper trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and was the recipient of the 'Peter Coxhead Memorial Scholarship'. His credits include Gran/Dragon in 'Katie and the Mona Lisa' (Pleasance One, Edinburgh Fringe), Male Swing in 'The Dreamers' (St James Theatre), Gusteau/Ensemble in 'Ratatouille' (Musical Concept Recording).