Theatre: Mother Goose (Salisbury Playhouse) Peter Pan, Treasure Island, Short Fuses, Around the World in 80 Days, Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, Beasts & Beauties, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Up The Feeder Down The ‘Mouth, Babes In the Wood, Jack & The Beanstalk, Aladdin, The Great Big Story Mix Up, Myrtle On The Mainline. (Bristol Old Vic)The Wind in the Willows, Treasure Island (Watermill) The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe (West Yorkshire Playhouse) Aladdin, Jack and the Beanstalk (Watford Palace) Cinderella (Roses, Tewkesbury) City of One (Myrtle Theatre Company) The Magic Carpet (Lyric Hammersmith); The Wizard Of Oz (Hall For Cornwall), Aladdin (Reading Hexagon),Elsie & Norm’s Macbeth (Tobacco Factory), Still Waters (Theatre Gwent) Aladdin (Cheltenham Everyman) A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Watchers Of The Night Sky (Theatre Iolo)
Television: The Lost Honour, Siege in the Sahara, Waking the Dead, Law and Order, Sherlock-The Great Game, Beautiful People, Moses Jones, Being Human, Doc Martin, Doctors, Jam and Jerusalem Trevor Island, Beau Brummell, Bleak House, Dream Team, Much Ado About Nothing, The Giblets, Walk Away & I Stumble, Worst Week Of My Life, Casualty, Patrick’s Planet, Every Time You Look At Me, Teachers, Black Books, Dalziel & Pascoe; Mister Charity, Othello, The Bill, Undercover Customs
Film: Dope Opera, The Ghost Of Greville Lodge, La Comtessa Di Castaglione
Radio: The Martin Beck Killings, She, A City Full of Swindlers
Stu trained at the Royal Welsh college of Music and Drama.He won a Carleton Hobbs Radio Bursary award and subsequently spent 6 months working for the BBC as part of the radio drama company.
His theatre credits include:
London Calling (Salisbury Playhouse) Peter Pan (Bristol Old Vic) The Odyssey (Bristol Old Vic/Lyric Hammersmith), Coram Boy (National Theatre), A Matter of Life And Death (National Theatre/ Kneehigh), Brief Encounter (Kneehigh West End/ USA tour), Suspension (Bristol Old Vic) and The Wild Bride (Kneehigh Asylum/ UK tour/ Berkely Rep/ New Zealand International Arts Festival).
His Television credits include:
The Lost Honour, Waking The Dead, Little Dorritt, Trevor Island and Clone.
His Film credits include:Elizabeth:The Golden Age, The Deep Blue Sea and Made In Dagenham.
He is also the Musical Director and Composer for Shanty Theatre Company, and has composed music for Smugglers, Rebel Harbour, A Rat's Tale and The Salty Socks of Dunkirk.
As a director Craig's work includes:
Mother Savage (Travelling Light) Penetrator (Bristol Old Vic) Romeo & Juliet (Bath Theatre Royal Storm On The Lawn) Danny King Of The Basement (M6 Theatre Co) The Nothing Show (Nothing Productions) The Mysterious Vanishment Of Pobby & Dingan (Travelling Light).
As an actor his work includes:Cinderella (Tobacco Factory/Travelling Light)Treasure Island (Bristol Old Vic) Two Four Six Eight! (Shoofly Theatre) Around The World In 80 Days, A Midsummer Nights Dream (Theatre Royal Bath) The Ugly Duckling (Tobacco Factory/Travelling Light) Lenny, Too Many Cooks, The Stones, The Melon Boat, The Last Tyger and Tir Na N’og (Travelling Light) Strange Case, We’re Going On A Bear Hunt, Around The World In 80 Days, Wind In The Willows, Endgame, A Midsummer Nights Dream, An Enemy Of The People, Metamorphosis, Romeo & Juliet (Bristol Old Vic), Ministry Of Fear, Cobbo, You Can’t Catch Me, One In A Million (Theatre Alibi), Myrtle On The Mainline, Jump, Hello Craig, (Myrtle Theatre ),The Boat Plays (The Gate),Heredity (Royal Court Upstairs), The Snake House (Greenwich Studio), Normal(Pleasance.
He is also a co founder of Shoofly Theatre with Designer Katie Sykes.Craig has known both Howard and Stu for a great many years and strangely still wants to work with them.
Fiona studied at the University of Leeds and trained in Stage Management at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. She has worked as Assistant/Deputy Stage Manager for companies including Opera North, Opera Holland Park, the Royal Court Theatre, and as Company Manager for English Touring Opera and Grange Park Opera. Fiona has been working as Stage Manager for Living Spit since their first tour of ‘The Six Wives of Henry VIII’ in September 2012. She also works for Theatre Orchard across North Somerset, and has been Technical Manager of The Theatre Shop in Clevedon since it was opened by Theatre Orchard and Living Spit in 2015.