Pilgrims: Creative team
Pilgrims was directed by our Artistic Director Kevin Williams and written by our Literary Associate Sarah Page. Their details can be found here.
Producer: Chris Foxon
Producer: Chris Foxon
Chris Foxon is a freelance theatre producer as well as the producer of the award-winning Papatango Theatre Company and Papatango New Writing Prize. He was a member of the Old Vic New Voices company 2012. Theatre as producer includes I Didn't Always Live Here (Finborough Theatre) and The Fear of Breathing (Finborough Theatre, transferring to Tokyo in November 2013), The Madness of George III (Oxford Playhouse) and the Papatango New Writing Prize 2012.
Theatre as assistant producer includes Mudlarks (HighTide Festival Theatre, Theatre 503 and Bush Theatre), On The Threshing Floor (Hampstead Theatre) and Endless Poem as part of Rio Occupation London (Hightide Festival Theatre, BAC and People's Palace Projects). www.chrisfoxon.co.uk
Designer: Nick Spalding
Trained at Brighton University in Fine Art Sculpture. Theatre includes Mudlarks (HighTide Festival, Theatre 503 and Bush Theatre). Television includes Luther, Take Me Out, Olympic Closing Ceremony, Big Brother, Secret Eaters, Mister Maker, I Can Cook, Diddy Dick and Dom, Little Howard's Big Question, Wake Up World and Camp Orange.
Stage Manager: Catherine Cooper
Trained at St Mary’s University, Twickenham. Theatre as Stage Manager includes Cuffed (The White Bear), Only Human (Theatre 503), We Can’t Pay Won’t Pay, Pillow Talk, The Weather Today and Gabriel (Drama St Mary’s), A Night Of Fairytales, Heroes and Good Will Unwilling (St Mary’s Drama Society),Visions and Delusions (Strawberry Hill House) and All Star Talent (Rose Bruford College). Theatre as Production Assistant includes the PapaTango New Writing Prize (2012) and The Fear of Breathing (Finborough Theatre).
Henry Gilbert trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Henry recently completed the National Tour of Stephen Daldry’s An Inspector Calls. Theatre includes Charlie’s Aunt, Flaming Bodies and Oliver!. Film includes Positive. Television includes The Comedian. Radio includes Tom Jones in Tom Jones the Foundling. Henry was a BBC Carlton Hobbs Award Finalist and a recipient of the Sir John Gielgud Bursary Award.
Dinarte Gouveia trained at Goldsmiths College. Theatre includes Playground (Cockpit Theatre), Lilies (Greenwich Theatre), As Fate would Have It (Etcetera Theatre) and Black Swans (Edinburgh Festival). Film includes The Days In-Between.
Stephanie Hyam trained at Mountview where she was awarded a Laurence Olivier bursary and Peter Coxhead scholarship. Theatre includes Hush (Cockpit Theatre) and The Dream Life of a Social Worker (Theatre503).
Nick Simons trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre includes The Merchant of Venice, Love’s Labour’s Lost and King Lear (RSC), Haunting Dora (Theatre Royal, Margate) and the West Coast premiere of Oh What a Lovely War. Film includes Experiment, Birdfeeder, Old Man Dies and French Fries on the Golden Front.
Carol Starks trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre includes Hedda Gabler (Donmar Warehouse), for which she received an Ian Charleson Award Commendation, Rough Justice (Number One Tour), Sweeney Todd and The Crucible (National Theatre), Fiddler on the Roof (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Pal Joey and Hamlet (Bristol Old Vic), Dirty Dancing (Aldwych Theatre), The Robbers and Aurelie, My Sister (Gate Theatre) and Pack of Lies (Watermill Theatre). Film includes In the Bleak Midwinter. Television includes Family Affairs (series regular), Wallander, Shameless, Law and Order UK, Coronation Street, Dustbin Baby, Doctors, Blue Murder, Empathy, Holby City, William & Mary, Red Cap, Lloyd and Hill, Peak Practice, Best of Both Worlds, Into the Fire, Madson, The Guilty, Trust Me, Inspector Morse, Men of the World, Keeping Mum and Lipstick on your Collar.