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Conrad is a writer of political satire and comedy plays incorporating hip-hop.
Conrad is currently developing a new play, HIGH RISE ESTATE OF MIND, which is about class and the housing crisis, exploring the effects that buildings and class have on you. It has had extracts performed at Wilderness Festival 2017, and Camden People’s Theatre 2017.
Conrad’s one-man play, DENMARKED, an autobiographic show, mixing the sounds live looping, hip-hop and grime, set on a South London Council estate, was commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre. The show toured the UK in 2016 and was performed at many venues around the country including Gloucester Guildhall, The Lowry, Battersea Arts Centre and Camden People’s Theatre. The play returned in 2017 with positive reviews. He went to Brazil in September 2017 with the British Council and performed segments of the show throughout Rio and the Favelas. He is currently adapting the script into a television series.

Conrad is co-writing a Musical Theatre piece Boyd, set in a secondary school, about education and class. An early version was performed at Theatre Royal Stratford East in 2017.

Conrad co-wrote NO MILK FOR THE FOXES. Through spoken word, humour, live looping and beatbox, the play explores Cameron’s England from the perspective of the working class. It was commissioned by  Camden Peoples theatre and performed there in 2015, where it received great audiences and reviews.  

His play HITLER WROTE 20 POP SONGS, a satirical show about the state of the nation, which focused on Tony Blair and the right wing, toured in London including Battersea Arts Centre and Theatre 503.


Katie is a comedy writer and actress.

Katie has been listed in BBC'S New Talent Hotlist 2017 

Katie and James Farmer have also co-written, a tv series, which is currently under option with Zeppotron/Endemol Shine.

Katie and James were selected for BBC Writersroom Comedy Room together.

She is currently developing two TV scripts and is in talks with Lenny Henry's company Douglas Road/Endemol Shine for one of them.

Her play OUTBID won The Long Play 2016 competition in November run by New Perspectives and is currently under development.

BELLE, previewed at Theatre 503, which she then went on to develop into a TV pilot, Arabella. Arabella has recently been long-listed by BBC Writersroom, BAFTA Rocliffe and short-listed for Writerslam. (Triforce Creative Network)

Katie's stage plays have previewed at Theatre 503, The Lost Theatre, The National Youth Theatre and rehearsed readings of her work have been hosted at Soho Theatre, with whom she developed a play with whilst being part of their Young Writers Lab.

Her first piece of work was published back in 2014 by publishers Mardibooks in the Anthology, When The Clock Struck War.
Katie has also written her own comedy monologues and performed them at Triforce's Monologue Slam Winners Edition, The National Youth Theatre and for The BBC Norman Beaton Fellowship/Radio Drama.

Katie is also currently a resident writer for award-winning UK blog site, Honest Actors.


Hermeilio Miguel Aquino is an actor and screen writer, born and raised in the South Bronx.  He attended Columbia College Chicago where he studied film directing, screenwriting and directing.   He earned his Bachelors of Arts from Central St. Martins school of Arts and Design in London and then when on to appear in numerous of theatrical productions in New York, Chicago and London.  
After relocating to New York City, he closely began working with Cinescape Pictures with MADE IN NEW YORK winning independent producer Will Mahr as an assistant producer/ casting coordinator.  Hermeilio directed, co wrote, produced and edited the short film MACRO, an exploration on the criminal aspects the banking industry. View it here  https://vimeo.com/100364262
He was commissioned to rewrite the feature screenplay Poke Noir, a film exploring the underground culture of illegal gambling.
His One act play I HATE you was staged by the Manhattan Rep Theatre in New York City, which he directed and co produced.  His plays have been read at the Arcola Theatre and the Classical Theatre of Harlem.  His work manly focuses on in the inner city life and political hypocrisies in the USA. 
Hermeilio is currently working on his first feature screenplay SPUNAL, a hyperlink film following the lives of 4 characters that are suddenly affected by a new synthetic drug epidemic in Miami, Florida. 

Hermeilio co-wrote POAN AW 16 for a fashion short film commercial working with Austrian-British film director/photographer Barnabus Wilhelm. View it here https://vimeo.com/194500105



Jeremy is known as an actor (The Durrells, Downton Abbey, Foyles War, represented by Independent Talent Group) and is currently working as a writer on a number of scripts including THE LAST MENS' GROUP (Theatre) which he had a rehearsed reading of at Soho Theatre earlier this year (The Comedy Project), PORESENTER SCHOOL and ERRORS AND OMISSIONS (Television).
Examples of Jeremy’s writing can be seen at www.jeremyswift.net  and short film  version of ‘The Last Men’s Group’ can be found on YouTube here.


Karla is a stage and screenwriter.

Karla won the Best Screenplay Award at the Van d’Or Awards 2013 for her short film PRETTY BITCH (based on the stage play of the same name).  It has also been screened internationally including London Short Film Festival, BFI Future Film Festival, Smalls Film Festival, Cannes, Bornshorts Festival, Denmark, Teen International Film Festival, Turkey, British Shorts Film Festival, Berlin and the Annual Vancouver International Woman in Film Festival. 

PRETTY BITCH the stage play has been performed at Soho Theatre, London, St James Theatre, London and Pleasance Theatre, Islington. 

Karla's full-length play BUT I DON'T LIKE GIRLS  has been performed at the MAC, Birmingham in July 2014,  selected for the Talawa Firsts Festival in June 2014  and longlisted for the Alfred Fagon Award 2014 and Bruntwood Prize 2015.

She is currently working on three TV serials, BLACK AND WHITE, set within the world of the Caribbean Pentecostal Church and Nigerian community, FALL FROM GRACE following the very public fall out of a pastor and CELIBATE, following a casual dating woman who has been too busy having fun to settle down until she meets the man of her dreams, who wishes to remain celibate.

Rosie is an actress and playwright.

Her play, TANJA, a dramatic exploration of immigration detention centres,  was performed at the Gift Festival in April, Pulse Festival in June, and continues the tour  October-November 2017 in Leeds, Yorkshire, Bradford and London. The play was written in partnership with charity City of Sanctuary, with residencies at The Lowry, Salford, ARC Stockton and Theatre Delicatessen. TANJA was shortlisted for the TS Elliot Commission by Old Vic New Voices, Flying Solo at Contact Theatre and the RED Women in Theatre Award. It has previewed at West Yorkshire Playhouse, Derby Theatre, Oldham Coliseum and Theatre Delicatessen. An extract of TANJA was performed at The Houses of Parliament, December 2015.

In 2010 she set up touring company SBC Theatre, with producer John Tomlinson (Associate Producer at York Theatre Royal), for which she is Artistic-Director and Writer. SBC were awarded the UK’s first Theatre Company of Sanctuary for their work with, about and for asylum seekers and refugees.

Rosie's debut play INSIDE, previewed at Theatre503 and The Lowry before a 5 star, sold-out run at Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh Fringe 2013. The play was nominated for Fringe First, Carol Tambor and Bobby Awards. In 2014, INSIDE played at Canterbury Festival followed by an eight-venue national studio tour in spring 2015, supported by Arts Council England. INSIDE is published by Samuel French and is due to have a London run in 2018.

Rosie's second play, CENTURY was developed and supported by Sheffield Theatres with a sold out work-in-progress performance in The Crucible Studio. She was then commissioned to write THE NEST by The University of Manchester and NIHR for the European Science Open Forum (ESOF) as part of Manchester's Year of Science in 2016. Rosie has been shortlisted for the competitive Old Vic 12.


Sam is a screen and stage writer born in Merseyside, who trained under Olivier Award Winners, Simon Stephens & Bola Agbaje, at the Lyric Hammersmith Young Writers Programme.

His crime caper, short movie, DOUBLE CROSS,  transferred to Amazon Prime in  2017 after it made the Official Selection for the British Urban Film Festival (BUFF), Melanin Box Festival 2015, and S.O.U.L. Connect Festival in association with the BFI Festival 2016. He is now developing this project into a feature film.

Sam's co-written web series, The Few , has won the New York Film Awards 2018: Best Web Series, Festigious International Film Festival: Best Web Series, Best Sci-Fi and Best Original Story and G old Movie Awards: Best Web Series.

it screened at BFI and Warner Bros Sound in 2017,  the trailer previewed at MCM Comic Con  and the series was featured in the December issue of SciFi Now magazine.

Sam's film script LIVERPOOL81 won the Script Award for The British Urban Film Festival (BUFF) sponsored by Channel 4 and BBC and his script won him a place as one of the 6 winners on the TNC Incubator programme.

His romantic comedy play, THE BOYBAND, won the Writers Avenue writers' competition The First 20 Minutes  2014 at The Pleasance, it is now in development with Writers Avenue and Rikki Beadle-Blair.

Sam has had work performed at Soho Theatre, Oval House Theatre & Lyric Hammersmith.

Sam’s style is heavily influenced by his love of Hollywood genre movies, the grit of working-class Northern heritage, and his passion for R&B, soul & hip-hop music.

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