Chris Green (Artistic Director) is a writer, performer and educator with 30 years’ experience in the heritage sector.
Chris’ creates heritage performance projects ranging in scale from single-character storytelling to large scale sound-and-light shows for a mass audience. All his work is based on extensive research into original sources, both historical and literary. He undertakes guide-lecturing at historic venues and educational classes.
Celia Frisby is an arts manager with wide experience of venue management, programming and administration.
Celia has been director of arts centres in Stamford and Berwick upon Tweed, and administrator of the Bath International Music Festival. Currently, she is responsible for YorkConcerts, the annual concert series of the University of York. Freelance work includes Concert Manager of York Early Music Festival and programmer of Music in Quiet Places, an annual series of country church concerts in south-west Lincolnshire. She also undertakes fundraising and editorial work.
Christina Cairn is a trained actor and has worked as a performer, director and group facilitator.
Christina has developed a highly successful object-based devised drama methodology to be used as an educational tool for museums. The methodology gives participants the opportunity to create visual and physical pieces of theatre which explore historical periods, themes and storylines. The work provides an effective kinesthetic, visual and auditory learning opportunity, which fully engages young people of all ages.
Jim Herbert is a designer, technician, director, performer and education worker who has been responsible for the realisation of many heritage projects.
Jim is has extensive experience in the culture and heritage sector in north Northumberland. He has worked with both amateur and professional companies on technical aspects of theatre over the last twenty years.