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Evangeline 'Evie' Osbon 


Artistic Director

Evie is a Genderqueer Theatre Maker, Director & Producer from Nottingham. Evie trained at ALRA and Italia Conti, and as a teenager at Nottingham Playhouse Young Company & Nottingham Television Workshop. Evie is passionate about the intersection of community & theatre, making art available to all. They lead workshops for the Nottingham Playhouses’ Participation team, including Conversation Cafe & other community outreach programs. Evie set up Mind Out Theatre in 2017, the same year in which they were awarded the Sir Alec Guinness Award for their work as a change-maker in Theatre. 


They have recently worked with Middle Child & Milk Presents on their R&D of new play, 'Modest' at the National Theatre Studios as Assistant Director. Evie also supports others as an independent Producer, including ACE bid writing.


★★★★ “Think is a powerful piece of new writing from Evangeline Osbon… Impressively, Osbon also doubles as the play’s director, and even triples as a performer in its multi-rolling ensemble.” Broadway Baby


@EvieOsbon on Twitter 



Dewi Sarginson


Dewi provided Dramaturgy support for both, ‘Conversations with Ed’ and ‘The Ladies Loo Chronicles’, which she also Assistant Directed for The Kings Head Theatre. Dewi left Drama School 3 years ago, and since leaving has worked in Film, TV and Theatre. Dewi was recently in MSND at Alexandra Palace, with RIFT theatre playing Hermia, was in Netflix's The Princess Switch, and BBC's Call the Midwife. Dewi recently starred in short film 'Maya' as the title character, directed by Tiara Westlake. In this film she got to brush up on her Indonesian language, and explore a character who shares her heritage. Dewi has her own production company called feelbad Production, our first short 'Eyes Off You' is out now and another is in post-production. Dewi’s other loves are cooking, her beautiful cat, Tash and charity shopping.

Flora London


Flora London worked with us on ‘The Ladies Loo Chronicles’. She is a fabulous Actor, Writer and Comedian. She wrote, produced and starred in the production. Flora’s TV credits include: Victoria (ITV) and Endeavour (ITV). Flora’s latest play ‘Spoon’ is due to premiere at The Bread and Roses this autumn.


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Thank you

We have worked with so many amazing partners, creatives and performers, so we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone! 

We would like to say a particularly warm thanks to Ebony Wong, Lesley Penniket, Susie Parriss, Lizzie and Peter Davison, Evangeline Dickson, Nina Dickson, Blue Elephant Theatre, Meg Pickup, Dylan Wynford, Madeleine Coles, Kevin Osbon, KRD Media, The Yes Yes Company, James Monckton and Zachary Hart.


“It is in collectivities that we find reservoirs of hope and optimism.”
― Angela Y. Davis

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