Core members

All of our work is done in collaboration between our highly experienced members where we draw upon the right practitioner for the needs of a specific project.


All Things Creative...

Emma Bramley has been involved in education and creative performances for over seventeen years. She has worked for a wide range of arts and education programmes including Creative Partnerships and North West Drama writing, devising and directing young people’s theatre and community theatre.

Emma is interested in visual metaphors and how we create accessible yet innovative work for new audiences. Emma takes the role of both producer and director for many of the company's performances, and is usually the first point of contact for the company.

Emma is also a lecturer in Community Drama and Acting at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts and a visiting Lecturer at Chester university.




Sarah Hogarth is a creative producer and director. She creates interactive performances that challenge the boundaries between the spectator and the performer. She is particularly interested in the role of the spectator as co-creator and her performance work allows space for audience members stories, memories and actions to contribute to the unfolding narrative.  She has vast experience of creating theatre with and for young people, examples of this includes working with Creative Partnerships producing bespoke projects in a range of school settings and also devising issue based drama for secondary schools. She has also worked as a Creative Education Producer for Liverpool Culture Company and was part of developing a wide range of participatory experiences and projects as part of Liverpool European Capital of Culture. Sarah is a lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University specialising in Contemporary performance and Applied Drama.


All Things Writing...

David Coggins has worked extensively within the spheres of theatre and education for the past fifteen years in such varied roles as a workshop leader, educator, actor, director and writer.

It is in the last of these disciplines that his specialism lies and he is keen to explore this role within the devising process. 

Other works include a theatrical adaptation of Dylan Thomas’ collection of short stories (A Fine Beginning), text for a site specific performance for the storytelling theatre company Babbling Vagabonds (The Devil & The Three Golden Hairs), a community promenade production (The Bakewell witches), and an exploration of asylum and immigration based on the Red Riding Hood children’s story (Red).    



All Things sound...

Stephen Hull is a sound engineer specialising in sound design for theatre and audio post production for film and TV. He has worked extensively creating sound for many theatrical productions, short films, TV documentaries, websites, radio programmes and immersive artistic installations.

Clients range from the BBC to independent filmmakers and he has collaborated with many diverse and amazing artists on a variety of exciting projects. Stephen trained at Manchester's School Of Sound Recording and has diplomas in Audio Engineering Techniques and Technology, Audio Post Production for Film and TV and is Pro Tools certified.

He works primarily creating bespoke sound design for all of our projects bringing with him essential insight into how sound can be used in contemporary performance