Staff & Trustees
Chris Fittock Artistic Director
Chris is the author of several works for stage, radio and TV:
Waiting... for the Late Miguel Romero for FUEL/Unity Theatre Liverpool; An Anatomy of Grappling for Slung Low; Wolf Red for Tmesis Theatre & Unity Theatre Liverpool, national tour; The Dreadful Hours for Tmesis Theatre & Liverpool Everyman, national tour; The Track of the Cat, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Eugene O'Neill Festival California, San Francisco Playwrights' Center; Red for The New Works at Theatre 503, Citizens' Theatre Glasgow, Unity Theatre Liverpool; Tunnel for Litfest at Dukes Theatre Lancaster; Margins for Litfest, BBC Radio Lancashire; Red in Tooth and Claw for Lime Pictures & Channel 4.
He is also a script reader for Playwrights' Studio Scotland and was a founder member of The Dog-Eared Collective.
Chris' work is published by Nick Hern Books and Litfest Publications.
Keri Spellman Creative Producer
Theatre includes: Theatre in the Rough 06 (Southport Arts Centre), Theatre in the Rough 09 (Southport Arts Centre), Theatre in the Rough 2011 (Unity Theatre Liverpool), Live Bed Show, Sixty Frames Per Second and The Castle (Nuffield Theatre), The Vagina Monologues (Lancaster Grand Theatre), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Liverpool Network Theatre) and Othello (Neptune Theatre, Liverpool).
Television work includes: Deal or No Deal (Endemol), Honey We're Killing Our Kids (BBC), The X Factor (Thames Television), X (Babyface Media), Front of House (ITV/Imago Productions).
Christopher Johns Composer
Chris has engineered at Sandhills Studios, Liverpool, and runs Liverpool Audio. He has completed sound projects for organisations including: Malmaison, Shiverpool, Wirral PCT, A Quiet Place and The Sums.
Carmel Waldron (Chair)
Carmel is a former Head of English, writes study literature, and is the director of Formby Youth Theatre.
Nicola has vast experience in the not-for-profit sector, and is the former General Manager of The New Works Theatre Company.
Paul is the writer of many works for stage and film, most notably The Pilgrimage for the National Theatre. He was one of the founders of Liverpool Lunchtime Theatre.
Jenny comes from a journalism and publishing background, and now works in the education sector.