Gemma Murray, Charlie Kenber, Rachelle Grubb, Gethin Alderman
And We Are Live
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Gethin Alderman is an actor, clown/comedian and creator from South Wales.
Pre-lockdown credits include: Mold Riots (Theatr Clwyd), Casualty (BBC), and Ammonite (Feature
Film) and his hour long solo show Sublime.
Lockdown credits include: Romeo and Juliet (TSMGO), The NewsRevue Podcast, After The Tone
(Virtual Collaborators), and Research and Development for a new project on homelessness with
Mercury Theatre Wales.
Rachelle Grubb is an actor, writer and voice over artist from a small town in Kent.
She trained on the MA course at East 15 in 2017 and has since performed at the Edinburgh Fringe
Festival, Southwark Playhouse and The Vaults.
Her most recent credits include: Quaranscenes, Bed13 and Coming Home. She is currently working
on a Feature Film called The Scowling Dusk Trilogy which began filming in 2019 and is looking
forward to being able to return to filming post Covid 19.
Charlie Kenber is a former Resident Assistant Director at Sheffield Theatres and graduate of
Birkbeck’s MFA in Theatre Directing. He forms one half of theatrical partnership Kenber&Son and was a recipient of the John Fernald Award 2017.
He was Resident Director on the War Horse UK & International Tour 2019-20.
Charlie’s directing credits include: Mary Shelley and her Frankenstein (Performance Lab, Sheffield);
On Behalf of the People (2018 Tour; ‘Best Theatre Production’ Buxton Fringe); Love Song (The Holt,
Sheffield); 4×15 (Sheffield Theatres).
As Associate Director: Silk: The Eternal Road (UKCI, Beijing) and We’re Here Because We’re Here
(National Theatre/14-18 NOW).
Gemma Murray is a professional scriptwriter with a Post-Graduate Diploma in scriptwriting and 5
Her work has been shown at the Southwark Playhouse , The Younf Pleasance , The Queens Theatre
and, alongside her own writing, works as a script consultant and owns a accessible script reading
service ‘Nine Notes’ .