Gaël Le Cornec
WRITER & PERFORMER
French/Brazilian actress, director and playwright. Acting credits include 23 stage productions around the world such as the one woman shows: The last days of Gilda, Camille Claudel, Frida Kahlo: Viva La vida! Recent credits include “The Semplica Girls” (By Limbik theatre & Laurence Oliver award-winning Bola Agbaje), “Last Chance” (for Good Chance Calais, alongside Juliet Stevenson and Carey Mulligan, Young Vic Theatre) and “Much Ado about Nothing” R&D (Shakespeare’s Globe).
Angie P. ARENAS
Angie is a Theatre Maker who was born in Colombia, and has been living in the UK since she was five. She graduated this year from the Drama degree at the University of East Anglia. She is very excited to start her career in theatre, and is interested in directing. She also helps facilitate theatre workshops for Company Three in Islington.
PROPS & PUPPET MAKING
Theatre maker born in Latvia. Irina’s background is in visual arts. In 2010 moved to London to study Theatre and Performance at Goldsmiths College. In 2016 Irina co-founded an award-winning theatre collective Las Nanas de la Cebolla that performed in the UK, Spain and Mexico. Irina is interested in physical theatre, puppetry, set design as well as theatre for young audiences.
Studied theatre and cultural history at Brown University and trained at the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA). He co-created Limbik's first two shows, The Harbour and Ghost Town, and directed their third, The Messenger. Other directing work includes: Gael le Cornec's Kitchen (Stonecrabs Theatre); The Curious Climb of Cutter Chee (a devised Indian adaptation of Brecht's Arturo Ui). Ben was assistant Director to Andrew Dawson for Redcape's The Idiot Colony and is associate Director at The University of Cumbria, Carlisle.
Xavier Velastin is a musician, sound designer and performance maker from South London with Chilean ancestry based in Leeds. His compositions for theatre focus on interactivity, somatics and risk - playing with the physical properties of sound and creating sonic relationships between body, voice, speaker, space and time.
Ida makes inclusive theatre inspired by social topics and develops innovative educational arts projects. Previous projects include: two oral history projects celebrating minorities based in the UK (Brasiliance and Moving Dreams), two film festivals ( 2016 UK Film Festival and 2015 InShort Film Festival), a dance festival featuring work made by migrants and refugees (Migration Europa Exchange). She has been following The Other's journey since its start and is very pleased to be part of the team.