Introducing: Tilly Lunken as writer of Mechanicals’ Macbeth!

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Reintroducing our writer for Mechanicals’ Macbeth – Tilly Lunken.

Tilly studied Creative Writing/Theatre Studies at the University of Melbourne (First Class Honours) and has an MA in Creative Writing: Scriptwriting at the University of East Anglia (Distinction) (Skillset Approved) where she was the recipient of the Malcolm Bradbury Development Award. She is a graduate of both the Royal Court and Menagerie YWPs and has been mentored through the Little Angel Theatre and Norwich Puppet Theatre.

She is the co Artstic Director and writer of In Souliloquy. She completed the Criterion Writing Program under the tutelage of Greg Mosse where Mechanicals’ Macbeth is being performed in November and is writing a Christmas Show Fran and the Littlest Reindeer. Tilly also teaches masterclasses in writing, devising and dramaturgy for visual theatre and puppetry. She is a member of feminist writing collective Nevertheless She and is co-writing The People’s Rock with them for Vaults Festival 2018.

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Twitter: @theatreofwords

Mechanicals’ Macbeth is being performed at the Criterion Theatre as part of a New Writing Showcase on the 20th November, from 2pm. All free and all welcome, just rsvp for doorlist!

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Introducing: Victorine Pontillon as Director of Mechanicals’ Macbeth!

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Franco-American Victorine Pontillon has divided her life between the two countries, and is now settled in London, working as freelance director, filmmaker, photographer and producer. After obtaining her Baccalaureat Litteraire from the Lycée Victor Hugo in Caen, with a concentration in Art History and Theatre, she then returned to the States for a BFA in Theatre Performance from FAU, graduating Suma Cum Laude in 2011, before completing her MA in Acting (International) at East 15 Acting School.

She is an Artistic Director, co-producer and director for In Souliloquy and is also an Artistic Associate of Goblin Baby Theatre Co.

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Twitter/insta: @theredkrokidile

Introducing: Shelley Knowles-Dixon as Movement Director for Mechanicals’ Macbeth!

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We are excited to be working with Shelley Knowles-Dixon as Movement Director for Mechanicals’ Macbeth.

Shelley is a freelance Director, Puppetry Director, Movement Director and Artistic Director of award-winning, Sparkle and Dark Theatre Company. Recent directing credits: Penumbra by Johnathan Skinner (Arcola), Angels by Patch Harris (Arcola), Lovebox by L.W Illsley (Karamel Club, Mosaic Festival), I AM BEASTby Louisa Ashton (National Tour, Edinburgh), Killing Roger by L.W Illsey (National Tour, Edinburgh).  Current (director): Battleground by Louisa Ashton (Sparkle and Dark), The Dream Factory by House of Stray Cats (National Tour), Movement Direction for Mechanicals Macbeth by Tilly Lunken (Criterion Writers Showcase). BA: Fine Art – Falmouth College of Arts. MA: Theatre Directing – Mountview Academy (2016). Movement training: LISPA. Shelley also trains actors in puppetry.

Mechanicals’ Macbeth is showing as part of the Criterion Theatre New Writing Showcase, 20th November, from 2pm. Free, but please RSVP for numbers!