Timmy Creed is an actor, writer & producer. This is his debut in writing for the stage. Screen credits include, Maze (Mammoth Films), An Klondike (Abú Media), Scúp (BBC NI), My Brothers (Treasure Entertainment) and short films Animal & Trust (Pic du Jer Productions). Recent theatre credits include Lovers (Everyman Palace), An Triail (O’ Reilly Theatre), Looking For Work (Project Arts Centre). Timmy co-produced and starred in the short films, Animal (IFTA nomination 2017), Trust (Galway Film Fleadh 2017) and Torn (RTÉ).
Gina Moxley is an actor, writer and director. Recent performances include Futureproof (Cork Midsummer) Adler and Gibb (Tim Crouch and Royal Court), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Abbey Theatre), The Seagull (Pan Pan) and LIPPY (Dead Centre). Her theatre plays include The Crumb Trail, Tea Set, Danti-Dan and Dog House. She was director and dramaturg on How to Keep an Alien, The Wheelchair on My Face and Solpadeine is My Boyfriend. Gina has also written radio plays and published short stories. She collaborated with artist Sean Lynch on Adventure: Capital for Venice Biennale 2015 and artist Alan Phelan on Our Kind at Hugh Lane Gallery for 2016. She’s a Fine Art graduate with an M.Phil in Creative Writing.IMDB
Chris Somers is a multi-disciplinary multi-instrumentalist, performer and producer based in Cork city. When not self aggrandising in the third person he can be found complaining about most things and creating rich, cinematic, dark soundscapes for independent theatre productions.Soundcloud
David Mathúna is a contemporary artist currently living and working in Cork City. Making use of structured generative processes, David’s practice draws together video, photography, sound, illustration, collated data, live improvisation and installation into a visceral, collage-based aesthetic.Portfolio
Mags Keohane is a theatre practitioner working in both Scotland and Ireland. Mags recently worked with various Scottish festivals including the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (Arts Industry Office) and the Edinburgh International Science Festival (Abu Dhabi CyberQuest). Recent theatre credits include Assistant Director to Pat Kiernan on ‘Far Away’ by Caryl Churchill, Assistant Director to Ben Harrison on ‘Flo’ by Martin McCormick Òran Mór, Glasgow. Previously in Cork, Mags directed ‘Made in China’ by Mark O’Rowe as part of the New Directors Festival, Granary Theatre (2015). Mags graduated with distinction from a Theatre Practices MLitt at the University of Glasgow.