ARTISTIC DIRECTORS

TWISTED THEATRE is led by artists Miranda Cromwell, Ruby Spencer and Elizabeth Westcott.

 

 

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ASSOCIATE ARTISTS

Chris Farish

Chris originally from Bristol but recently moved to London after graduating. A member of the Bristol Old Vic Young Company in leading roles in Persephone, Gilgamesh, Spring Awakening and proffesionally for Good Clown Bad Clown Directed by John Retallack. Farish is a very physical performer a founder member of Twisted Theatre, with whom he performed a short dance film Swarm, he played a leading role as the Light and was also in the physical adaptation of Othello where he played Iago. Farish has performed at the BAC and the Young Vic in two leading roles. His most recent role has been the national touring show Luna with Theatre Hullaballoo and Theatre Iolo.

 

 

 

Alistair Debling

Alistair is a director and musician, currently studying at Harvard University in the Visual and Environmental Studies department. Working with various media on both sides of the Atlantic, he is particularly interested in the ways in which art can go beyond pure entertainment to serve a greater social or political purpose and service. Recent credits include The Grandfathers (Musical Director, Bristol Old Vic and National Theatre, UK), Dancing at Lughnasa (Musical Director, College of Charleston, USA) and FLIES (Director, Loeb Experimental Theatre, USA).

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edith Woolley

Edith works in a number of different mediums, She received her training at the Bristol Old Vic on the Made In Bristol programme. Here she formed her own theatre company, The Wardrobe Ensemble. The Wardrobe Ensemble’s first show, RIOT,  toured nationally and internationally. Edith has just finished performing RIOT at the National Theatre. She has directed numerous pieces of new writing at The Rondo Theatre Bath. She also writes her own work. Edith looks toward creating work that exists in the blurred space between art and theatre. She is currently on an exchange in New York City from Queen Mary University London where she studies English and Theatre.