Jeremy Bond

Andrew Syers

Andrew Syers is a playwright, novelist, filmmaker and illustrator. In 2008 his first full-length play, You've Been a Wonderful Audience had a 3-week fringe run of at Barons Court Theatre.
Recently, he has published his first novel, Long Distance Sleepwalker - a dark comedy about the destruction of empathy by market forces. Also he has shot 2 short films The Wealth or Poverty Film and Sunset in Somerset and Dawn in Damascus which are now in post-production.

His stories and films and the 1st 8,000 words of his novel can be seen on his website: hhtp://

Jeremy Bond

Freelance directing includes; I Have Been Here Before (Watford Palace Theatre), Sleeping Beauty (Salisbury Playhouse), Oliver starring Rowan Atkinson (Summerfields, Oxford), A Shot Of Genius (Sound Theatre, Leicester Square), Hot Property (Old Red Lion), Canaries Sometimes Sing (Kings Head & Red Pear, Antibes), The Fulham Jesus and Sister Mary Ignatius Explains it All for You (Baronís Court), Misconceptions (Arts Centre & Fringe Club, Hong Kong), Risk Everything (Old Red Lion) and Big Boys (Time Out Criticís Choice at the Warehouse Theatre). In May Jeremy will be directing Roald Dahlís The Twits in Switzerland.

Sound Design & Original Music
Richard Supple

Rich's compostions include: Submission (film); The Fulham Jesus (Baron's Court Theatre). Sound Design includes: Vexed (Royal Court); Johnny Ringer, (Bristol Old Vic); and Oliver! (Oxford). Rich is currently writing commercial songs.

Lightening Design
Julian McCready.

Lighting Designs include Oliver! (Oxford), I Have Been Here Before (Palace Theatre Watford), Risk Everything (Old Red Lion), Sister Mary Explains it all For You (Baronís Court), Canaries Sometimes Sing (Old Red Lion and Kingís Head) Hyperlinx (Citizenís Glasgow, Pleasance Dome and Tricycle), Wild Raspberries (Citizenís Glasgow and Pleasance Dome), The Baltimore Waltz (Gatehouse, Highgate), Ken Campbellís History of Comedy: Part one Ė ventriloquism (National Theatre), The Curse of Tittycarmen (New End, Hampstead). As Chief Electrician at the National Theatre, relights include Elminaís Kitchen, Closer, Private Lives and Betrayal.

Stage Manager
Yolanda Rico

Yolanda is an actress, drama and body language teacher, director and stage manager.
She graduated in Musical Drama in Spain. Her theatre background includes plays: Madame de Sade, Uncle Vanya, Romeo and Juliet, West Side Story, Miss Julia among others, and the Theatrical Dialogues of Euforia Nave Prize with La Herencia Ekin by Manu Costa. She has extensive study experience in The StaTe Internazionale di Commedia dellíArte (Italy) and the Ecole do Mime Corporel Dramatique (London).