We make new performances for adult and young audiences. Our work often blends theatre, performance art, circus and dance.
Ellie Dubois is an award winning performance maker based in Tayvallich on the West Coast of Scotland. She trained on the Contemporary Performance Practice course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and at the National Centre for Circus Arts. Her work includes:
Ringside, A circus show made for one audience member at a time. Ringside was a critical success and won the Autopsy award for experimental performances from The Arches and Summerhall and was nominated for a Total Theatre Award for Circus at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2015. Ringside has toured to The Roundhouse, Platform, York Theatre Royal, Summerhall, The Arches, The Lowry Manchester. Press includes:
‘This is one of those “artesian well” pieces: the more you reflect on it, the more it delves deeper into the realms of female empowerment, vulnerability, intimacy and control’
- 4 Stars, Mary Brennan, The Herald
‘Impeccable’ 4 Stars, Matt Truman, Fest Magazine
‘Delicate yet robust, Ringside manages to hold a lot within its brief ten minutes. It’s also an intriguing subversion of form, innovating contemporary circus – known for its large-scale tricks and displays of virtuosity – in an unlikely direction.’ 4 stars, Catherine Love, Exeunt
In 2017 she will premier No Show at Platform supported by Creative Scotland, a new circus show for anyone who has tried, failed and failed better. No Show will preview at Platform and will be at Summerhall during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017 supported by The Roundhouse.
She is an associate artist at Platform, recently received at Jerwood Foundation Performing Arts Micro Bursary and is a board member for Articulation.
Kim Donohoe is a Scottish theatre maker, performer and facilitator. Her work is based in devised contemporary theatre and performance experiences and workshops, most often for children.
Kim works in contemporary performance, early years theatre, children’s theatre and youth theatre settings across Scotland. She studied Contemporary Performance Practice at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and since graduating in 2013 has worked with Fish & Game, Platform, The Lyceum Youth Theatre, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Youth Theatre Arts Scotland, Birdsnest Theatre, Junction 25, Urban Roots, Buzzcut Festival, Juice Festival, Imaginate, Tron Theatre, Starcatchers, Strange Town, Platform, Ellie Dubois, Pete Lannon, Emma Nutland and Xana Marwick.
She is a co-director of KOR! Records, a music label that runs experimental music projects for young people with additional support needs and releases their output. She is also a member of Sprog Rock, a band that performs live interactive gigs for 0-5 year olds.
Kim also collaborates with Emma Nutland as Thimble Collective to create immersive arts experiences for children.
Pete Lannon is a performer and director based in Glasgow. He creates playful, often highly physical performances for adult and young audiences. He is an associate artist at Platform and was previously a BBC Performing Arts Fund theatre fellow with Imaginate and Catherine Wheels.
Pete has worked with a range of companies and artists across Scotland, including Gary McNair, Gareth Nicholls, The Tron, Janice Parker Projects, Peter McMaster, Macrobert, Fish & Game, The Lyceum, Starcatchers & The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.