JoJo Meredith, described as ‘One to Watch’ by dance critic Luke Jennings in The Observer, is a choreographer working in both dance, theatre and opera.

Her own choreographic work interweaves classical music with contemporary text and movement and wherever possible she works with live musicians.

As a movement director she works in both theatre and opera and in 2014 was awarded the Bonnie Bird Choreographer to Choreographer Award which allowed her to observe Leah Hausman and Terry Gilliam directing Benvenuto Cellini at the English National Opera.

SeanbrunoSean Bruno creates performance works that are a collage of monologues, stories, spoken word and music. He has been called an “arresting spoken word artist” by the BBC.

Much of Sean’s collaborative practice involves creating original narrative theatre and dance works. Since moving to London he has worked with numerous theatre, dance and performance companies including Theatre Nomad, The International Workshop Festival, Teatro Vivo, Lo Commotion Dance, Victoria Alark Danse (Sweden) and has built a long term collaboration with choreographer Jo Meredith (The Guardian’s Rising Star 2014).

In 2011 he co-founded the Centre For Solo performance with writer/director Luke Dixon, author of Play Acting, as a place in which to support performers interested in creating solo work. Their book Creating Solo Performance was published by Routledge in August 2014 and has been called by The StageA welcome addition to an actor’s bookshelves”
(18 Sept 2014).