CURRENT ARTISTS

The voices

Urielle Klein-Mekongo

Urielle Klein-Mekongo

Tom Wright

Tom Wright

Natasha Sutton Williams

Natasha Sutton Williams

Brian Mullin

Brian Mullin

Jon Hare

Jon Hare

Urielle is a Black British African woman wearing a white, yellow, & orange hair wrap and yellow top

Urielle Klein-Mekongo is a writer, actress, singer and playwright from North West London. Her autobiographical, one-woman show Yvette premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017, garnering 5-star reviews, and a national tour. 

Urielle's work fuses spoken word and original music, using today's voice to tell stories and histories of the Black British experience.

BLACK POWER DESK is Urielle's new Black British musical that uses an original score of rap, grime, dancehall and soul to shine a light on a rarely explored part of Black British history.

Brian is a slim, white Italian-American man with dark hair and a mustache. He sits holding a script.

Brian Mullin is a playwright, theatre-maker and dramaturg, born in the USA and working in London since 2012. He writes, teaches, and also works extensively with community groups.

LIVE TO TELL: (A proposal for) THE MADONNA JUKEBOX MUSICAL is Brian's debut as an autobiographical performer.

Natasha is a white woman with a dark brown cropped bob and blue vest top.

Natasha Sutton Williams is an award-winning writer, composer, actor and journalist.

 

Her shows use humour to explore the messiness and complexity of sexuality and connection.

LESBIAN PIRATES! is Natasha's new musical based on the untold true story of the ruthless, maverick and lesbian pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read

Tom is a white man with short dark hair wearing a short sleeved top. He is smiling as he talks.

Tom Wright is a London based playwright, theatre director and producer, originally from Coventry. He is currently the New Work Associate at Kiln Theatre. Previously Head of Artist Development at The Old Vic. His two back-to-back debut plays were nominated for seven Off West End Awards including Best New Play and Most Promising Playwright.

I AIN'T DUMB IS Tom's hard-hitting new play sees a proudly inclusive tough inner-city Coventry school explode into a rapidly escalating identity war. Sex secrets, hip-hop and hope fight for centre stage in this vibrant, in-yer-face, real talk rollercoaster.

 VERY SPECIAL GUEST STAR is the third in Tom's hugely successful coming-of-age trilogy, this is a provocative and darkly entertaining exploration of white and middle-class gay privilege.

Jon is a white man with a shaved head and glasses, weaing a black coat.

Jon is a writer, composer and former freelance production manager.

WITH COURAGE is a new commission that draws on the stories, history and lives of the RNLI's coastal communities as a celebration and commemoration of this world-renowned organisation.