Season 2014

Midsummer Scene opened with A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Gary Wright and supported by an international creative team. It was inspired by the silent film and evoked the world of Faery by using the silver screen as a backdrop and thus conjuring the golden age of Hollywood. The inaugural season established the production practices of Midsummer Scene Festival: the casting and the bulk of rehearsals are held in London with the final technical week in Dubrovnik. The show was a commercial and artistic success and ran 21st to 28th June 2014.

About “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

One of the world’s most beloved comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream by the legendary Elizabethan playwright William Shakespeare comes to Dubrovnik this summer, where it will be performed at Lovrijenac Fortress, the most famous open air venue in this part of Europe.
The city of Dubrovnik joins the celebrations marking William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday with the first play commissioned from an English company to be performed in Lovrjenac in more than twenty years.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a classic Shakespearean comedy focusing on themes of love, passion, magic, mistaken identity and even theatre itself. It is one of the most widely performed plays from the Bard’s back catalogue.
Set in the era of early silent film, this production aims to create the Faery world against the alluring backdrop of the silver screen evoking the golden age of Hollywood.

Pre-production gallery

Photographer: John Drennan

A Word from the Director

It is always a fantastic honour to direct one of Shakespeare’s plays and particularly in this 450th anniversary of his birth it is very special indeed.

Midsummer Night’s Dream seems to have been with me for as long as I can remember. It was the first Shakespeare play I performed in when I was 15 years old and I went on to dance in two ballet’s inspired by this wonderful story.

Two things have inspired me in my concept of this production – early silent movies and the folklore surrounding Midsummer’s Day.

As I looked back over the history of the early silent moves in Hollywood I was reminded that actors came from all over Europe to be part of this pioneering industry. The moving image was magical for people around the world and the silver screen brought with it a revolution in entertainment.

We open on the 21st June – Midsummer’s Day. Of the four elements that which is particularly associated with Midsummer is fire with many of the characters displaying a fiery temperament. The play also has references to ritual magic and spells throughout so there is a dark and sometimes sinister feel to parts of this production.

In the last 18 months I have had the good fortune to have been working with both British and Croatian actors in several projects for Honey-tongued Theatre Productions. I am thrilled to be working again with both Csilla Barath Bastaić and Filip Krenus as well as some amazing British actors.

Gary Wright

  • Puck: George Oliver
  • Theseus/Oberon: Dominik Golding
  • Hippolyta/Titania: Csilla Barath-Bastaić
  • Demetrius: Michael Swatton
  • Lysander: Patrick Neyman
  • Helena: Victoria Barker
  • Hermia: Lucy Hagan-Walker
  • Egeus/Peter Quince: Jim Mannering
  • Nick Bottom: Filip Krenus
  • Francis Flute: Owen Pullar
  • Robin Starveling: Zoot Lynam
  • Tom Snout: Adam Grayson
  • Snug: Paul McLaughlin

All other parts performed by the members of the cast.


George trained at East 15 School.
Theatre Includes: Dorian Gray in A Picture (Vienna’s English Theatre), Jim in Chatroom (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch), Adam in Forever (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch), Jose in Senor Carrar’s Rifles (Tristan Bates Theatre) and Arviragus in Cymbeline (Corbett Theatre).
Film includes: My Brother the Devil, Prowl, SoulBoy, Brand New Ancients (Short).
Television includes: Being Human, Mrs Biggs, Dani’s House.

DOMINIK GOLDING (Theseus/Oberon)

Recent theatre includes Far Side -Tricycle, B is For Black – Oval House, Mothers Day -Lyric, Don’t Dress for Dinner – Dubai, Francescos Room – Man in Moon, A Dolls House – Arcola , Foreskins Lament – Hackney Empire, Sleeping Beauty – Elgiva , Random Acts of Strangers, Marchers – White Bear, Awkward Redemption – Albery , Lifes a Gas – Kings Head , Commonsensical – Mac , Krapps Last Tape – Hanbury .
Film and TV includes Downton Abbey ITV , The Hour BBC , Thorne -Scardeycat Sky , Oscar Charlie BBC, Skanked, Uninvited , Nowhere , Flight , Urban Breakdown , I.D. ,
Dom would like to dedicate this performance to his late Uncle Pete.


Award winning Croatian actress. Graduated from Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb. Has worked as a lead in major theaters across Croatia including Croatian National Theaters Rijeka, CNT Zadar, CNT Varazdin, Zagreb Youth Theatre etc. She has extensive experience in theatre, TV and film. Most recent work in UK include feature film AB Negative alongside Vincent Regan and Roger Ashton Griffiths. The film is due to premier later this year. In 2013 she has been awarded with “International Actress of the Month” award by BFA (British Filmmakers Alliance). Other nominations and awards include: Prize for Best Young Actress for the role of She in “Dead End” at the 14th Actor’s Festival in Vukovar,Croatia; Jury prize for Best Female Actress for the role of Klara in the play “Fever” at the 5th International Festival of Chamber Theater Leone D’Oro, Croatia; Nominated for Best Young Actress at Croatian National Theatre Awards for the role of Josie in “Iron”;  Nominated for Best Young Actress at Croatian Theatre Awards in the play “FSK 16”;  Nominated for “Evening Rose Award” for Best actress in the sit-com “Boomerang”. She is currently in preproduction of a feature film in London, UK.


Michael graduated from The Oxford School of Drama in 2012. Recent theatre includes: Elliot in A World Elsewhere (Theatre 503); Sergeant Woodford in Dreams From The Pit (The Palace Theatre); Nathan in The Maid of Bankside (Jermyn Street Theatre); Joseph White in Ravens (horse drawn tour of southern England); Rich in Make Believe (The Hen and Chickens); Charlie in Defining Moments of Truth and Deception (Soho Theatre); Harry in Love and Other Vegetables (The Old Red Lion Theatre).


Patrick studied at Drama Centre London. He has appeared in several short films, a documentary about the closed world of scientific research and on stage. Recent theatre includes James in ‘Who the James is Jim Darke’, Devil and Rakitin in ‘The Brothers Karamazov’, Adrien in ‘A Woman of No Importance…Or Somewhat Little Importance Anyhow’ (Hen and Chickens), Eadric in ‘Silence’ (Brockley Jack), Lee in ‘Lethal Combination’ (Richmix), ‘Little Pieces of Gold’ at the Cockpit Theatre, the Cambrige Shakespeare Festival 2013, Benny Lucas in Noel Coward’s ‘Ace of Clubs’ at the Union Theatre and was directed by Gary Wright as Sebastian in ‘Hunter’, a one man show written for him and staged at the Tabernacle theatre. After playing Lysander in this beautiful city he will be going straight on to another beautiful city, Edinburgh, to star in a new piece of writing at The Gilded Balloon as part of the world-famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival.


Victoria Barker graduated from the Urdang Academy in 2009 and went on to dance in music videos, cabarets and in shows at the Royal Albert Hall, Wembley Stadium and the O2 as well as various west end theatres. She has been in commercials for Olliepops and Phillips Lumalive; TV credits include Fashion Wizards (Disney), Flash Prank-Ariel Abuse (MTV) and John Bishop’s Britain (BBC1), as well as feature films Jack Falls and St Trinians 2;Legend of Frittons Gold. Her theatre credits include The One (Dominion Theatre), Random Acts of Strangers, Primrose Hill Ladies Club (both at The Courtyard and directed by Gary Wright), Orestes (The Space), and more recently Victoria toured the UK and Ireland with productions of Alice in Wonderland, Sleeping Beauty and the Wizard of Oz. She is an experienced choreographer, dance captain and tour manager. She took the title role in a tour of Cinderella in December 2013 whilst also playing The Fox in Honey Bear Youth Theatre’s debut show at London’s Tabernacle; Hedgehog’s Home. She performed at ‘Shakespeare and Držić: Uncanny Affinities’ and is excited to work again with Honey Tongued Theatre Company and travel to Croatia.


Lucy studied at the University of Birmingham before training at East 15 Acting School, where she appeared in productions including Hamlet, The Cherry Orchard and Cowboy Mouth.
Her work in theatre includes Love’s Labour’s Lost (Lcubed Theatre), The Cracks in my Skin (Infinity Stage Co), When the Rain Stops Falling (Article 19), The Caucasian Chalk Circle (3Bugs Fringe Theatre), Arsenic & Old Lace (Article 19), The Kidnapper’s Guide (Article 19), Dangerous Lady (Theatre Royal Stratford East), The School for Scandal (Baron’s Court), Anatomy of a Murder (For Short Theatre Co in assoc. with Pleasance), King Lear (Greenwich Theatre), Dido Queen of Carthage (Greenwich Theatre) and Oedipus (Blue Elephant).
Recent film work includes The Opening Night and This Isn’t Manhattan.
Other work includes the music video for Passenger ‘Scare Off the Dark’, and rehearsed readings for For Short Theatre Co.

JIM MANNERING (Egeus/Peter Quince)

Jim is a Master of Arts graduate from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. Jim’s recent stage credits include revivals of Alan Ayckbourn’s Season’s Greetings (Union Theatre) as Eddie, Doug Lucie’s Doing The Business (Courtyard Theatre) playing Mike and a solo performance of Tom Morton Smith’s P.D.A (Theatre 503). Jim’s experience with Shakespeare’s plays include performing as Antipholus of Syracuse in The Comedy of Errors, Hasting’s in Richard III (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival) and Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Courtyard Theatre).

FILIP KRENUS (Nick Bottom)

Prior to training at East 15 Acting School (BA Acting) and Drama Centre (MA in Classical European Acting), Filip Krenus studied English Language and Literature at the University of Zagreb. His theatre credits include: King Lear and Dido, Queen of Carthage (Spring Season at Greenwich Theatre), Bent by Martin Sherman (Landor Theatre/Tabard Theatre), School for Scandal (for Red Handed Theatre Company, directed by Jessica Swale), Orestes – Re-Examined (Southwark Playhouse), Peer Gynt (Riverside Studios), Hell Screen (Oval House), Richard III and Macbeth (for the Faction Theatre Company), The Rivals (Camden People’s Theatre), Jane Eyre adapted by Polly Teale (Brockley Jack Theatre) and Shakespeare Inc. (Rosemary Branch Theatre). In Short Shrift – Season of Contemporary Croatian Drama, which he has also produced for Honey-tongued Theatre Productions, he has taken part in rehearsed readings of A Play About Mirjana and Those Around Her by Ivor Martinić (directed by Gary Wright), and Invisible by Tena Štivičić (directed by Eyal Israel) at RADA Studios. Filip has also toured as a singer with Caburlesque.

OWEN PULLAR (Francis Flute)

Training: Arts Ed London
Owen won the NSDF Emerging Artist Award as Matty in Territory.
For Butterfly: Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Malcom in Macbeth, Feste in Twelfth Night and most recently Boy Scrooge in Christmas Carol, St James Theatre.
Other work includes Barney, Stig of the Dump, UK Tour. Wolf in Bent and Frederik in Pirates of Penzance, both Tabard Theatre. Recent credits include NewsRevue at the Canal Cafe, Stephen, The Maid of Bankside, Jerymn Street Theatre and Matthew, Highlites Retouched, BBC Radio 4. Owen would like to dedicate his performance to his dad.

ZOOT LYNAM (Robin Starveling)

Theatre includes: Venice Preserv’d (The Spectators’ Guild), Missing In Action (Proteus Theatre), The Secret Garden (Proteus Theatre), Peter Pan (360 Theatre), Grimms – The Final Chapter (Horla), The Thought That Counts (Theatre-Rites), The Nutcracker And The Mouse King (Oxfordshire Touring Theatre), Farting Around in Disguises (Ken Campbell), The Oddysey (Icon Theatre), Fairy Tale Heart (Hampstead Theatre), You Can’t Keep a Good Story Down (Empty Space), The Winslow Boy (Birmingham Rep). His first stage appearance was ages just 5 months old in Ken Campbell’s epic 24 hour cycle play The Warp.
Film: The Silent Storm (to be released late 2014).


Adam began his career as an actor becoming a member of the Bolton Octagon Youth Theatre (Activ8). There he played the lead role Danny in The Year My Voice Broke adapted by Peter Kay & directed by Sue Reddish. He then went on to gain a three year acting degree with the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. During training he felt compelled to write and won the WRITE 02 competition with his play Quids & Dimps. The play was performed at the Royal Exchange Studio in Manchester. He has played some coveted roles including Mr Darcy in Pride & Prejudice, Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew & most recently Withnail in a promenade production of Withnail & I at the Lass O’ Gowrie directed by Trevor MacFarlane and adapted by Ian Winterton.


Training: Giles Foreman Centre for Acting. TV credits include: All Saints (Channel 7: Grundy). Theatre includes: John in Wasted, Hastings in Richard III, Hitler Youth in And Then They Came For Me and Lennox in Macbeth.

First dress rehearsal

Photographer: Željko Šolentić

  • Director: Gary Wright
  • Artistic Director/Producer (HTTP): Filip Krenus
  • Executive Producers (Brilliant Events): Darija Mikulandra Žanetić & Jelena Maržić
  • Assistant Director: James Billington
  • Costume Designer: Unai Telleria – Bolinaga
  • Choreographer: Alan Meggs
  • Assistant Choreographer: Victoria Barker
  • Fight Choreographer: Dan Styles
  • Composer: Dean Kopri
  • Sound Mixer: Rajko Lončarić
  • Video: Luka Štemberger
  • Photographer: John Drennan
  • Graphic & Web Design: Davor Pukljak
GARY WRIGHT (Director)

Gary Wright was originally trained as a dancer and has worked with many international companies.

His recent directing work for the theatre includes: A Christmas Carol (Drill Hall), Dick Whittington – Another Dick in City Hall (Kings Head), Life’s a Gas & Not Going Down (Kings Head), Carnival of the Animals (Taplow Festival), Gay School Musical (Kings Head), The Random Acts of Strangers (Courtyard & Etcetera Theatres). Karaoke Show, A Play About Mirjana And Those Around Her for Short Shift – Season of Contemporary Croatian Drama (RADA Studios), Hunter which opened in Glasgow in May and then transferred to The Tabernacle in London.

Film credits include: Solitary, Muses, Mine,Bummer Apart from being the associate director for the Honey-tongued Theatre Productions, Gary is also an associate director for BaDaS Theatre Company and guest director for Bedlamb Theatre Company. Next year, he is set to direct another three plays by Anthony Bull.

FILIP KRENUS (Creative Producer – Honey-tongued Theatre Productions)

Filip Krenus is celebrating the fifth anniversary of setting up Honey-tongued Theatre Productions this year. When he set it up in 2012, he aimed to create a cultural bridge between the United Kingdom and South-Eastern Europe. He set up and produced the first festival of Croatian contemporary drama in London Short Shrift , which was sponsored by the Croatian Ministry of Culture and the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in the United Kingdom. The event featured five top Croatian playwrights and brought to London some of the best young Croatian actors and directors.
He has launched Honey-tongued READINGS – a series of rehearsed readings of both British and South-Eastern European plays and has set up Honeybear Youth Theatre, the children’s theatre branch of Honey-tongued Theatre Productions. Hedgehog’s Home was its first production. In 2015 Filip has set up LittleBIG Shakespeare workshop series for young audiences.
In Croatia, Filip has collaborated with several theatre companies. He has translated the comedy The Complete Works of William Shakespeare – Abridged for Teatar EXIT, one of the most acclaimed Croatian theatres. The translation served as a basis for the Croatian version of the project for which he was also assistant director.
He also translated the works of the following playwrights into Croatian: Steven Berkoff, Jim Cartwright, Philip Ridley, Briony Lavery, Clare Dowie and Langford Wilson. For Short Shrift, he translated into English the plays by Croatian playwrights Vlatka Vorkapić and Dino Pešut. He is currently working on producing the UK premiere of Gloria by Ranko Marinković, a Croatian classic play which he has also translated into English.
He has translated into English the comedy Uncle Maroje by one of the greatest Croatian and European Renaissance playwrights Marin Držić.
Filip also translates for audio-visual media (Croatian National Television).

JAMES BILLINGTON (Assistant Director)

Theatre credits include: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (National Tour), Aladdin (National Tour), Company Swing (M and M Productions), Alice in Wonderland (National Tour), Jack and The Beanstalk (National Tour), Don Carlos (Blue Elephant Theatre), All Said and Done (Lyric Hammersmith), Macbeth (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival), Candida (Greenwich Playhouse), Agamemnon (The Courtyard), Macbeth (Blue Elephant Theatre), The White Devil (Blue Elephant Theatre) and Road (Royal and Derngate).
This is the first time James has worked as an Assistant Director and is thrilled to be working with the Honey-tongued Theatre Productions.


Unai Telleria Bolinaga was born in Elgeta Gipuzkua, Basque Country, Spain, and trained at Catalan Institute of Fashion. He has worked extensively in theatre and film, as well as fashion designer and stylist for international campaigns.

On film, he has was part of the costume team for Perfume – The Story of a Murderer, (Constantin Film/Dreamworks, 2006).

Unai has worked with Robert Wilson in Spain, Nacha Guevara in Argentina and the contemporary dance company Ballet Revolucion (touring in Cuba, Australia and the UK).

Hedgehog’s Home is Unai’s second collaboration with Honey-tongued Theatre Productions having previously worked on costume design for the upcoming project Gloria by Ranko Marinković.

Theatre credits include:

For Clapso Producciones, Spain: Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz, Sleeping Beauty, Voyage Around the World in 80 Days, The Language of the Dragon, Magic Labyrinth, Tangled, The Flying Donkey, The Royal Sea Celebration, Lo prohibido, Las Voces de Galdos, El Circo Verde, Perdona Bonita pero Lucas me queria a mi, (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain) Kings Who Love Like Queens, (Madrid, Spain). Islas de sal (Expo Universail Zaragoza, Spain), The Island (Fuerteventura, Spain), Drag Circus (Thailand),

Opening Carnaval de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain (2005-2013) and Volcanic (Expo Fitur London and Berlin).

For Teatro Canario Company, Spain: Natural y Torefacto (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain).

For D.D. Company, Spain: Don Juan Tenorio (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain).

Styling work for international campaigns includes: Diesel, Oken, Nivea, Ducal, R1, Fuyitsu, Inca Cola, La Caixa, BBVA, Citroen, Mercedes, Chevrolet, Seat, Volkswagen.

For Television: International adverts for Smith, Inca Cola, La Caixa, BBVA and Mercedes.

Unai has also collaborated as a stylist with MAN, H Magazine, L’Uomo Vogue, Tendencias, Pasarelas Internacional and La Vanguardia y lo Magazine and worked on fashion shows for WE-DU, Diesel, Nike, Dos Mares, Las Burma, Moda Calida and Gaudi y 080 Barcelona.

ALAN MEGGS (Choreographer)

Alan Meggs trained in dance at the Arts Educational Schools, London.
Work includes: several years as assistant choreographer for a dance company in Italy, assistant choreographer for Directo en la noche (RTV Spain), movement director for The Ministry of Pleasure (Latchmere), The Lunatic Queen (Riverside Studios) and Gay School Musical (Above the Stag), assistant and resident director Chess the Musical (UK tour), resident director, Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (UK tour).
Alan has choreographed productions of Grease, Godspell and Carmen for various performing arts schools.
He is also Artist in Residence at Sir Henry Floyd Grammar and Performing Arts School, Aylesbury and is on the Committee of the Make a Difference Trust (HIV/AIDS Charity).
Currently, he is the company stage manager for Cinders at Emporium, Brighton.

VICTORIA BARKER (Assistant Choreographer)

Victoria began dancing aged 3, and at 16 undertook full time training at the prestigious Urdang Academy. Whilst studying she worked in many projects at top London venues including the Hammersmith and Victoria Apollo, Royal Albert Hall, Wembley Stadium and the O2. She danced in commercials and music videos, including one directed by Hamish Hamilton. She began choreographing with a show at Stratford Circus, followed by music video ‘Shining Star’. After graduation she went into a new musical staged in Victoria, London, as dance captain. She worked with Guy Chambers as a choreographer for his cabaret show andmanaged nationwide tours of Sleeping Beauty and the Wizard of Oz. She recently performed as ‘The Fox’ and was dance captains for ‘Hedgehog’s Home’ at the Tabernacle and is thrilled to be assisting Alan Meggs on one of her favourite plays.

DAN STYLES (Fight Choreographer)

As the eldest of three children Dan has been play fighting for as long as he can remember. He is now an experienced coordinator, teacher (British Academy of Dramatic Combat) and performer of action and combat both modern and historical. He has choreographed fights on well over 100 productions for stage, screen, video games and events.
Previous stage work includes; ‘Romeo & Juliet’ (x3), ‘A Midsummer Night’s’ Dream (x2)’, ‘The Three Musketeers’ (x2), ‘Macbeth’ (x2), ‘Dracula’, ‘A Clockwork Orange’, ‘Of Mice and Men’, ‘Lord of the Flies’, ‘Madness of King George’, ‘Cabaret’, ‘Chorus Line’, and many more.
Screen work includes; ‘Ancient Black Ops’ (TV) ‘Tooting Broadway’ (feature), ‘The Harsh Light of Day’ (feature), ‘Fossil’ (feature), ‘Olive Green’ (feature), ‘Voodoo Magic’ (feature), ‘Ask Jeeves’ (viral), ‘Drake’ (award winning short film), ‘Santa’s Blotto’ (short film), ‘Richard III’ (short film), Ruen Brothers music video, etc.
Dan has performed fights on productions such as ‘Thor 2’, ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’, ‘Green Street 3’, ‘Blue Peter’, ‘Killzone 4’ and more.
He has worked with the likes of Brian Blessed (‘Flash Gordon’), Ray Stevenson (‘Thor’), Steven Tompkinson (‘Wild at Heart’), Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones), Matt Willis (‘McBusted’), Steven Arnold (‘Coronation Street’), Lilly Loveless (‘Skins’) and Helen Skelton (‘Blue Peter’).
Dan is a co-director of Independent Drama – Dramatic Action Specialists.

DEAN KOPRI (Composer)

Dean was born in Našice, Croatia. He is an MA graduate from the Academy of Arts in Osijek, Croatia. During his studies he received the Rector’s Prize in 2011 and Top Scholarship for Top Students Prize of the national weekly magazine NACIONAL in 2009.
He became a member of the Croatian Composers Association when he was sixteen and, thus far, has composed a vast number of musical pieces and arrangements. Together with his sister Andrea Kopri Lončarić, he has written a pop-rock fantasy musical Legend of Ružica Grad which is set to premiere at the beginning of 2015 in Theatre Komedija iz Zagreb, Croatia.
Dean also composes, produces and records music for short films, computer games and trailers. He has composed the score for the first Croatian animated comic book Demonia by Vanja Eberl.
He lives and works in Našice where he teaches tamboura and is musical accompanist for the children’s choir of Music school Kontesa Dora in Našice.
His pupils win awards at the national and regional orchestra competitions. His work has earned him The Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sport and Croatian Educational Agency Award in Excellence in 2012.


Rajko is a founder of L-Ray Music Studio. He is an academic musician, song writer, audio producer, composer and a recording artist. He composes, records and produces in various genres for commercials, video, film, animation, trailers, web, radio, flash and video games.
He lives and works in Našice, Croatia.


Luka was born in Rijeka, Croatia. He has worked extensively as a cameraman, video editor and web designer both for national and regional TV stations.
He was the chief video editor and cameraman for RTL Croatia and RiTV, Rijeka, Croatia. Luka has also worked for Foto Sluga Studio in Rijeka and was a web designer for Web Studio, Rijeka. He has filmed promotional videos for the Croatian National Theatre, Rijeka and adverts for Garcon Model and Martikas, London.
Luka lives and works in London, where he has relocated from Croatia in 2014.

PHIL EMERSON (Lighting Designer)

Phil trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London but learned most by working with established lighting designers in the UK and overseas and especially at Theatre Royal Stratford East. He specializes in lighting smaller spaces particularly those typical of the London fringe and believes too much technology can spoil the essence of theatre.
Recent work has included many pieces of new writing at The White Bear, London; Sherlock Holmes, the Cockpit Theatre London, Michael Rosen’s Nonsense; at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

JOHN DRENNAN (Photographer)

John has been a professional photographer for over 20 years, and splits his time between his work in photographic art, travel photography and portraiture. His work has been exhibited several times in London exhibitions, and he is currently represented by Sable & Ox, who work exclusively with British artists.
He has worked on several productions for Honey Tongued Theatre Productions, including Gloria (preproduction) and Short Shrift – Season of Contemporary Croatian Drama. Midsummer Night’s Dream is his third collaboration with the company.