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We blend theatre and live art to create work inspired by the complexity, poeticism & liveness of classical texts. Collaboration, exploration and play are at the core of our practice. Our work is interdisciplinary, experimental with form and inherently queer.

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Co-Artistic Director | he/him

Myles is a freelance theatre director, interested in making queer, collaborative & formally innovative new work, as well as modern re-workings of classical texts. He was longlisted for the 2022 JMK Award, and received an OFFIE nomination for his direction of The Blue House.

Previous work as director includes: Tiger, Omnibus Theatre.The Blue House, Blue Elephant Theatre. A Midsummer Night's Dream, De Vere Latimer Estate. Black Men Smile Too, Southwark Playhouse. Little Acts of Defiance, Pro-Choice, Theatre503. WoLab's Actor/Writer Showcase, Bunker Theatre/Lion and Unicorn Theatre. A Winter's Tale, The Hat @ The Warren, Brighton Fringe/OSO Arts Centre, Barnes.

Previous work as assistant director includes: Trainers, or the brutal unpleasant atmosphere of this most disagreeable season (a theatrical essay), Gate Theatre, 2020 (dir. Hester Stefan Chillingworth). Every Thing, Disused Poundworld, in assoc with Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield (dir. Will Maynard). Not Quite Jerusalem, Finborough Theatre (dir. Peter Kavanagh). Masks and Faces, Finborough Theatre, Online (dir. Matthew Iliffe). The Wind of Heaven, Finborough Theatre (dir. Will Maynard).

He's trained with directors such as Lyndsey Turner, Sacha Wares, Katie Mitchell, Robert Icke, Polly Teale, Mike Alfreds, and Nancy Meckler through the Young Vic Creators' Programme, Living Pictures and was invited to be part of RTYDS' New Directions cohort.

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Co-Artistic Director

Gaia’s work blends poetry, prose and drama to explore how we communicate and how modes of storytelling affect character. Her professional debut play The Blue House premiered at the Blue Elephant Theatre in June 2022, in a production by Helikon Theatre Company, where it was nominated for three OFFIE awards and received great critical acclaim ("an extraordinary debut" - Claire Roderick, FairyPoweredProductions). Her poetry and short fiction often focusses on disrupting and queering Classical mythology; in particular she is interested in reclamation of female agency & working against literary violence towards women. Her work has been performed at the ADC Theatre Cambridge and Drayton Arms Theatre. Gaia is currently studying part-time for a PhD in Creative Writing with Anglia Ruskin University. Her PhD project is a piece of experimental metafiction exploring the legacy of female tragedy in popular culture, looking at the threads that tie together tragic heroines and the women that portray them. She is also an experienced outreach practitioner, and currently works in educational event operations.

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Associate Artist | they/them

Hazel Low is a performance designer working across theatre, live art and spatial design. They are particularly interested in work that is multidisciplinary, challenges form, and is inherently collaborative. They have been supported by Jerwood Arts. 


Recent credits include: Succession Theme is my Ringtone, Rose Theatre, 2024. Tiger, Omnibus Theatre, 2023. Who Killed my Father, (co-designed with Blythe Brett) Tron Theatre, 2022, Scottish Tour 2023, Camden People's Theatre, 2023. As We Face the Sun and Pass It On, Bush Theatre, 2023. The Suicide, LAMDA Sainsbury Theatre, 2023. Splintered, Soho Theatre Main House, 2023 and Soho Theatre Upstairs 2022. Brilliant Jerks, Southwark Playhouse, 2023. Paradise Now (as Costume Designer), Bush Theatre, 2022. I, Joan, Shakespeare’s Globe (as Design Associate), 2022. Bogeyman, Pleasance Queendome (Edinburgh Fringe), 2022. The Blue House, Blue Elephant Theatre, 2022.  The Magic Flute, (co-designed with Rosie Elnile), Royal College of Music, 2021. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Latimer Estate, 2021. Trainers, or the brutal unpleasant atmosphere of this most disagreeable season, (as Design Assistant) Gate Theatre, 2020. 


As well as design for Live Performance, Hazel also took part in the Prayer Workshops led by Rosie Elnile and the Gate Theatre where they conceptualised Myth of Binary and Body, a digital installation exploring how we costume trans bodies, a piece of work they are still developing. Hazel was also design associate on NDT Broadgate in 2020, where they helped conceptualise and action the ideals and aesthetics of the space, and were one of Broadgate’s resident designers when it was open. Other spatial design projects include the 2022 Route 27 exhibition for the Gate Theatre, and the Royal Court’s popup bar Court in the Square in 2020.

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Associate Artist | they/she

Meg Lewis is an OFFIE nominated actor and writer working across theatre, TV and film. They graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where they were awarded the Raymond Edwards Prize for their contribution to the arts in Wales. Their short play A Disappointing Birthday Party won Theatr Clwyd's Daniel Owens Writing Competition. Meg holds a British Sign Language Level 2 Certificate.

THEATRE INCLUDES: Peak Stuff (ThickSkin), Tiger (Omnibus Theatre), PITCH (Pleasance/November Theatre), String (Omnibus Theatre), The Blue House (Helikon Theatre Company), VISITS (Clean Break/Papertrail), The Lion’s Den (Camden People’s Theatre), Moon Licks (Paines Plough), A Doll’s House (Sherman Theatre)

FILM & TV INCLUDES: Achievement (Tree Tops Films), What We Doing (London Film School), GALWAD (Sky/National Theatre Wales), Grey Mare (Solent), I Do Harm (Newport Film School)


(noun) a mountain in Greece, believed by the Ancient Greeks to be the source of poetic inspiration and the home of the Muses.

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