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George Stone is a director and dramaturg from Sheffield specialising in sensory immersive theatre. Her work includes; One Small Step (Leeds Piano International) Stable (Barnsley Civic/UK tour), The Night Constable (Ramps on the Moon), The Third Murderer (Sheffield Theatres), Showtime! (Sheffield Theatres) Winter Tales of Wonder (Sheffield Theatres), Twisted Heist (Half Moon Theatre).


Sally is a theatre director and creative practitioner who works on community based, socially engaged projects. This includes large-scale productions with community and professional casts with companies such as Slung Low and The National Theatre’s Public Acts as well as working on smaller scale engagement projects which are co-created with groups. She is company director with the Bare Project and is currently producing the The Blanket Fort Club. Sally believes that everyone deserves to experience joy and connection through creative opportunities, thus, building a fairer world by growing more connected and empowered communities. When not making theatre Sally enjoys being in the great outdoors; walking, swimming, camping and being on her allotment. 


Sam Glossop is a Sound Designer and Composer Based in Sheffield. His recent design work includes; Much Ado About Nothing (Sheffield Theatre/UK Tour) Home (Minerva, Chichester Festival Theatre); Flinch (UK Tour), The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (UK Tour); Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon (Southwark Playhouse).


Kevin has been designing for theatre for 18 years after training on the Motley Theatre Design Course. He was previously a secondary school teacher and has a Masters in Engineering from the University of Durham. Being a father of two has been the perfect training to become fully acquainted with blanket fort building


Malika Sykes is a Play Therapist with a background in drama and applied theatre. She believes in every individual’s ability to be creative and nurtures and facilitates this creativity in both her play therapy and drama work. She has facilitated and directed four shows for Sheffield Theatres’ Launchpad (a group a adults with learning disabilities and/or autism), as well as countless performances by children and young people in schools, summer schools and drama academies.

Will Monks is a lighting and projection designer for theatre and live events. 

Recent credits include Woodhill - LUNG (Summerhall, Edinburgh; Shoreditch Town Hall, London), Foxes - Defibrillator and M Green Productions (Theatre 503, Seven Dials Playhouse, London; 59e59, New York), Out Of Her Mouth - Hera, Mahogany Opera and Dunedin Consort; The MP, Aunty Mandy & Me - Emmerson & Ward Productions; The People's Palace of Possibility - The Bare Project (National Tours). Will is passionate about stories told in strong images. His practice is centred around using access tools as creative techniques, technology in aid of art, and fierce collaboration. 


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