Leah studied a National Diploma in Graphic Design at Kensington and Chelsea College in 2015 before working part time in retail in a myriad of stores. She now is on the Creative Apprentice scheme at the Gate as the Gate’s Administrator. Leah is in charge of the Young People’s Night at the Gate.
Josh moved from Australia in March 2016 having worked previously in marketing for Perth International Arts Festival, The Blue Room Theatre, Fringe World Festival, City of Perth and the Emerging Writers' Festival. It was through completing a writing and editing degree at RMIT University in Melbourne and his love for independent press, new writing and theatre that brought him to London. His experience in the not-for-profit arts sector leads him to engage with new audiences and provide marketing support to emerging artists.
Ellen is Artistic Director at the Gate Theatre.
Ellen was formerly part of the Secret Theatre Company at the Lyric Hammersmith, Associate Director at the Gate, and an Associate Artist at ATC. She trained as an assistant to Katie Mitchell and Marianne Elliott and was Director in Residence at the NT Studio.
Ellen’s recent directing work includes a critically acclaimed production of Othello at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at the Globe – running until April 2017. She has also directed the Lyric’s annual pantomime – Aladdin by Joel Horwood (2016) and Cinderella by Tom Wells (2015). Other recent credits include: The Remains of Maisie Duggan (Abbey Theatre, Dublin); The Rolling Stone (Orange Tree Theatre and Manchester Royal Exchange); The Glass Menagerie (Headlong); Anna Karenina (Manchester Royal Exchange); Idomeneus (Gate Theatre); Henry the Fifth (Unicorn Theatre); Glitterland (Secret Theatre/Lyric Hammersmith); Not Now Bernard, The Nutcracker, Antigone and Philoctetes (Unicorn Theatre); Ivan and the Dogs (ATC).
She was awarded an International Artists' Development Award (ACE/British Council) in 2012; she was the runner up in the JMK Award 2008 and directed A Kind of Alaska at BAC. Her production of Ivan and the Dogs (ATC/Soho Theatre) was nominated for an Olivier Award 2011.
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