Creatives

Alan Lane

Alan Lane

Director

Alan Lane is Artistic Director of Slung Low directing most of their work over the last decade including projects with the Barbican, the RSC, The Almeida, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Liverpool Everyman, Sheffield Theatres, Singapore Arts Festival and the Lowry. Slung Low make work on trains, castles, swimming pools, fishing boats and town centres. 

In 2017 Slung Low headlined Hull UK City of Culture 2017 with Flood by James Phillips: a 4 Part epic performed online, live and on the BBC. Over half a million people saw a part of Flood.

Alan has directed in places as wide ranging as the National Theatre of Croatia, Buckingham Palace and in a village in Purulia, Southern India.

He was the Artistic Director for the National Commemoration of the Centenary of the Battle of the Somme on 1st July 2016.

He most recently directed Handlooms, a play by Rani Moorthy written to be performed in a sari shop.

For young audiences he created 59 Minutes to Save Christmas for the Barbican Centre and Emergency Story Penguin for DepArts.

Heledd Rees

Heledd Rees

Designer

Heledd graduated from the The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA)
BA (Hons) Theatre & Performance Design (1st Class). Work includes:  FLOOD, Directed by Alan Lane.  Hull UK City of Culture – SLUNG LOW.  THE RADICALISATION OF BRADLEY MANNING, Directed by Chris Tomlinson, YOUNG EVERYMAN PLAYHOUSE, QUANTUM - Directed by Matt Rutter. THE ENVIRONMENTALISTS - Directed by Matt Rutter & Chis Tomlinson
The Everyman Theatre.

CO-SET, COSTUME & PUPPETS DESIGNER - PRIVATE PEACEFUL Directed by Brendon Burns The Paul McCartney Auditorium - LIPA 

Tristan Parkes

Tristan Parkes

Composer & Musical Director

Tristan has written, composed, designed sound and musically directed material for film, theatre, major events and television for over a decade. This includes over fifteen productions for Hull Truck Theatre, multiple productions for the Edinburgh Festival including An Audience With… starring Alistair McGowan, over a decade of productions for The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, most recently Zigger Zagger at Wilton’s Music Hall and their 60th Anniversary Gala in the West End. Tristan was a musical director on the Beijing and London Olympic Games and a composer/MD for the British Pavilion at the World Expo in Shanghai.

 

Film work includes To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before (Channel 4 Films), When Romeo Met Juliet (BBC2) and Anna Karenina (Working Title Films).

 

His most recent work includes national tours of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Sherlock Holmes – The Sign Of Four for (Blackeyed Theatre) and Dead Sheep by Johnathan Maitland. Goat Song (London Contemporary Dance), Frankenstein (York Theatre Royal), Hashtag Lightie (Arcola Theatre).

 

Tristan is Programme Leader for Performing Arts at the University of East London and an Education Associate for the Donmar Warehouse and Lyric Hammersmith theatres. Tristan regularly facilitates music and theatre workshops across the country.

Georgia Green

Georgia Green

Assistant Director

Georgia Green is a director and playwright based in London. Her work for Freckle includes Resident Director on Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales (West End & UK Tour) and Stick Man! (UK & INT Tour). She is artistic director of Box Room Theatre, winners of the Goldsmiths’ Innovation Award 2017. Her future work for the company includes assistant roles on Zog and Tabby McTat. Her work has been performed in major theatres, pubs, cabaret evenings, churches and studio spaces