Luna creatives

Bronia Housman: Set and Costume Design

Bronia designs spaces and stuff for plays, dance, opera and other live events. Recently she has designed for Salisbury Playhouse, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, the New Vic Theatre, Theatre by the Lake, Nottingham Playhouse, Sadler’s Wells, plus fields, streets and touring productions.

William Want: Original Music

William is an emerging composer, with a specific interest in composing for theatre, and writing musicals. He has created two one act musicals, Half Full (St Katherine’s School, Wickham Theatre) and Mack (Bristol Old Vic Young Company, The Wardrobe Theatre), and composed the live piano score for Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s production of The Railway Children at the Redgrave. William’s Luna soundtrack album is available to preview / download from Bandcamp.

Jean Goubert: Performer

Jean is a French actor-musician who ran away to Giffords Circus in 2008 with his fanfare from Paris. He stayed there for 4 years performing in the summer tours and building the wagons in the winter. He is now based in Bristol and continues juggling between performing and building. He recently toured atop a real ambulance in an outdoor comedy show called Doctor! Doctor! with Safetycatch Theatre Company and build a shepherds hut for someone’s garden. Other show credits include : Ramshacklicious, Acrojou, NIE, Open Attic and The Last Baguette.

Jenny Roxburgh: Lighting Design

Jenny is a Lighting Designer, whose design path started when awarded the BBC Performing Arts ‘Ones to Watch’ fellowship in Lighting Design with English Touring Theatre. Most recent work includes The Stranger on the Bridge (Postcard Productions, The Salberg, Salisbury and Tobacco Factory Theatres) and Deconstructing the Dream (Flute Theatre, Bloomsbury Theatre). Future work includes transforming Creative Work Space in Withywood, Bristol into a theatre with a fully functioning lighting system.

Jez Butler: Sound Design

Having recorded around 14 albums for a variety of independent labels over the past 25 years, Bristol-based musician Jez Butler now writes for film, television and production music libraries. Inspired largely by techniques employed by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in the 60s and 70s, he currently records and performs as The Twelve Hour Foundation with partner Polly, combining vintage analogue electronics with musique concrète.

Mim Evison: Stage Manager

Mim is a Stage Manager and Theatre Technician with a passion for propping and creating innovative theatre. Her previous credits include working with Bristol Old Vic; Strictly Theatre Company; Tobacco Factory Theatres; Pins and Needles Productions; OperaUpClose; Reading Between The Lines; Les Enfants Terrible; British Youth Opera and the Almeida Theatre.