Lizzie Crarer

Lizzie has twelve years experience in theatre as a performer, director and facilitator, and has come to specialise in projects that link performance and history. She co-created a solo show about suffragette Emily Wilding Davison; she played Emily Bronte in 'Bronte' for Shared Experience; she was a regional assistant director on 'We're here because we're here' for the National Theatre; and she is a member of The Natural Theatre company in Bath, regularly involved in their performance and heritage work. She has worked with groups of non-professional participants at the Rose Theatre; the Watermill Theatre; the Egg Theatre; Youth Music Theatre: UK; and Shooting Roots youth folk arts. Lizzie is an associate of the Authentic Artist Collective.

Eleanor Buchan


Eleanor trained at Central School of Speech and Drama and at the Ecole Philippe Gaulier in Paris.  Recent credits include: 1927’s The Animals & Children Took To The Streets[International tour]; Dante or Die’s La Fille A La Mode [National Theatre/Theatre Royal Haymarket & international tour]. Recent commissions include: Mad About the Boy [Soho Theatre – in collaboration with Lucy Kirkwood]; Open Wide [The Curiosity Cabaret/National Tour].