Fran has worked across screen and stage, as a [Senior] Casting Assistant and Casting Director.
Based in London, her screen credits as a Casting Assistant include; International Emmy-nominated Dreaming Whilst Black for BBC and A24, Luna Carmoon’s debut feature Hoard, House of Spoils with leads Ariana DeBose and Barbie Ferreira for Blumhouse, and the BAFTA-nominated short form programme How To Be A Person.
Her first Casting Director credit was for the short film, Octopus, which screened at the 2022 BFI Flare Festival. Coming from a predominately theatre background, Fran has also been lucky enough to assist on stage productions for The Bush, Young Vic, Lyric Hammersmith and Regent’s Park Open Air, and has recently cast Selina Thompson’s R&D Twine for the Yard Theatre.
Eleanor Webster (she/they) is a Welsh queer writer and theatre-maker living in Manchester. Her work is highly collaborative, and her training is grounded in devised work. Their work is often inspired by mythology, family and queer identity.
Max Percy is an award-winning theatre-maker and facilitator creating ambitious theatrical experiences, and a regular collaborator across various forms including dance, theatre, academia, technology and accessibility.
He is artist in residence at BOLD Theatre and Mediale. He trained at the London Russian Ballet School and East15 Acting School.
Charlotte Hobbs is a Bristol-based actor and writer. She will start MA Acting at East 15 Acting School in October 2020.
“I am currently writing a lot of my own work and I have a real interest in comedy, femininity and the complexity of relationships.
I am most inspired by female writers, especially those from working class backgrounds. I also admire shows that focus on the writing and keep everything else simple, I really enjoy seeing how they cleverly interweave so much history and subtext within small pieces of dialogue.”