Andy is currently the Artistic Director at Plane Paper Theatre Company. Directing includes Te Karakia as part of Vibrant 2015 – A Festival of Finborough Playwrights (Finborough Theatre), Odd Shaped Balls (Edinburgh Festival and Space UK), Reason and Force (King’s Head Theatre) and Fair Exchange (Tabard Theatre). Assistant Direction includes Forget Me Not (The Bush Theatre), A Further Education (Hampstead Theatre) and Berenice (The Space). Associate Direction includes King Of The Fuckin’ Castle (VAULT Festival). Andrew was also a member of the writing programme at theLive Theatre, Newcastle.
andy@planepapertheatre.com

Ellie has worked with companies across the UK as a Producer and is Headlong Theatre’s Administrator. She is Company Manager and Producer for Plane Paper Theatre who are currently Live Theatre’s Associate Artists. She is also Producer for Changing Face Collective, LUNG Theatre (The Lowry Associate Artists) and She Productions and is Assistant Producer at Tara Finney Productions. Her recent projects include E15 (BAC & UK Tour), The Pulverised (Arcola & York Theatre Royal), It Is So Ordered (Pleasance Theatre), Dreamless Sleep (Upstairs at the Arts), The StorytEllas (East Riding Theatre), Odd Shaped Balls (Old Red Lion – ‘punchy, socially relevant, boundary bashing…pinnacle of fringe theatre’ – A Younger Theatre, 5 time Off West End award nominee) and Don’t Smoke In Bed (Finborough Theatre). As Assistant Producer: All Our Children (Jermyn Street Theatre).  She is currently developing numerous projects including: Trojan Horse (LUNG Theatre) Says I Say He (Changing Face in association with Ron Hutchinson), Quay West (Changing Face), Its Different For Girls (In association with East Riding Theatre) and Scrambled (Plane Paper Theatre in associaition with Live Theatre and HighTide Theatre).

ellie@planepapertheatre.com

Luke W. Robson is a multidisciplinary artist, designer and filmmaker. In September he will take the position of Resident Trainee Designer at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon. Last year he was OFFIE (Off West End Theatre Award) nominated for Odd Shaped Balls at the Old Red Lion. Luke is a Live Theatre Associate Artist through his role as Resident Designer for Plane Paper Theatre. Previous designs include: Live Lab ElevatorThe Terminal Velocity of Snowflakes, (Live Theatre), Madam Butterfly (King’s Head Theatre), FANS (Touring Production), Odd Shaped Balls (Old Red Lion), The Nether, Journey’s End, The Pillowman (Northern Stage). Assisting credits include: The Sugar-Coated Bullets of the Bourgeoisie (Arcola Theatre) and Broken Biscuits (Touring Production). Luke has worked as a graphic designer for venues and companies including: Paines Plough, Theatre503, The Bunker Theatre, Live Theatre, Tara Finney Productions, Vault Festival and Tristan Bates Theatre. Luke is a graduate of the prestigious BFI Talent Campus at the National Film & Television School and has since directed the short film Electric Sheep for Channel 4’s Random Acts scheme. Luke will soon graduate with a BA in Fine Art from Newcastle University.

 

lukewrobson.com