‘Let us do nothing by halves. If we are to act, let it be in a theatre completely fitted up with pit, boxes, and gallery, and let us have a play entire from beginning to end…’ MANSFIELD PARK
It is our great privilege to work with some of the finest technical masters of our age, without whom we should be plunged into darkness.
Mr. Damian Robertson consorts with us frequently in London, Edinburgh and all around the land. His skills in the arts of lighting design, technical improvisation and tour managing render him one of the most eligible gentleman in theatrical society. We should be quite lost without him.
On occasion, we also find illumination in the delightful company of Jules Miller-Bakewell and Reg Scott, both of whom are charming and talented beyond measure. Mr. Jonathan Monkhouse also lent us a great deal of expertise over the years, shedding light upon hundreds of undiscovered novels. Our travels introduce us to many individuals whose technical gifts ensure that we can be both seen and heard. Their bravery in the absence of a script knows no bounds. Should you spy one of these fine ladies or gentlemen as you leave the theatre, please do offer them your thanks, a round of applause or a nip of brandy.