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Guin has a keen interest in Applied Theatre and in creativity as self-care and affecting social change. She is passionate about social change, community buildings and the arts and has volunteered part-time for theatres and radical social centres since 2015. She has worked for Age UK and the NHS helping adults to manage their health and wellbeing. She is currently working as a Social Prescribing Link Worker in Islington to support adults with their wellbeing, access support and get involved in local activities.
Hannah Kumari is an actor-writer, theatre-maker, facilitator and puppeteer with a BA Hons. in Acting from Bretton Hall, who has enjoyed a varied, 15-year career in the industry across TV, film and theatre. Her own practice as a theatre-maker focuses on socially engaged, interdisciplinary and autobiographical work. A lifelong football fan, Hannah’s ACE-funded solo show ENG-ER-LAND was performed for the first time at Jermyn Street Theatre in June 2021 as part of their Footprints Festival and she is currently planning a national tour for Spring 2022. Hannah’s next project, Spinning Wheel – currently in development, will explore themes around women & addiction through magical realism, physical theatre and puppetry.
Neil has worked for the last ten years as Senior Standby Art Director on Chanel 4’s Hollyoaks . He has co-written and directed a short film which won a handful of awards for Best Screenplay, Best Art Direction and Best narrative, on the film festival circuit.
His previous jobs have ranged from Drama Worker with a Theatre in Education company for Liverpool City Council to Art department Line Manager for Mersey Television.