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Lisa Macfarlane

Lisa started as an actress, performing at the Hampstead Theatre and National Theatre Studio whilst studying at Central School of Speech and Drama. She was selected to be Executive Producer of the Accidental Festival (09) at the ICA at just 19 and decided to change paths. Lisa has assisted producers Sue Scott Davison, Erica Fee and James Seabright working on shows such as Liberty (Shakespeare’s Globe and National Tour), Potted Potter (UK tour and Trafalgar Studios), Totally Looped starring Phil Jupitus, Sanjeev Baskhar and Marcus Brigstocke. She produced a reading of 'Beat Generation' with the Old Vic and 'Remix' at the BAC in 2010 and until recently worked as an arts officer at Camden Council. Lisa has now shifted direction again and has embarked on a presenting career as one half of the Mac Twins.

Joanna Mackie

Jo ran the youth theatre programme at Salisbury Playhouse before moving to London to work as a freelance practitioner and facilitator. Jo's ongoing work includes contracts with the Almeida Theatre and Old Vic Theatre. Jo has a particular interest in physical theatre, particularly clowning and is expert at wearing multiple hats. She helped develop many ideas for New Year Club at the Soho Theatre, a house party and Latitude in 2010.

Lubna Arielle

Lubna is a legal and business consultant providing intellectual property management and commercial advice to creative practitioners and the cultural industries. Her clients include Rich Mix, Legal Newtwork Television where she works as a presenter, Sotheby's Institute and Artquest. Lubna spent August 2011 in Edinburgh assisting with the BiDiNG TiME installation at Summerhall and researching how this project fits into a wider cultural framework.  

Gabrielle Moleta


Company Gabrielle Moleta was founded in 2009 to create theatre that is based on the physical truth of the actor. Gabrielle has been working in the field of Animal Transformation as an acting training tool for the past ten years.The detailed, painstaking work, drawn from real-life observation of animals and birds, informs much of the work she does. The work descends from French master Jacques Copeau and was brought to the UK by Michel St Denis, and further developed by John Blatchley and Catherine Clouzot. Gabrielle received Arts Council support to apprentice herself to Catherine Clouzot and continues this work, principally at Arts Educational School in West London. This work chimes with the environmental focus of BiDiNG TiME and continues to play an important part as the project develops. 

Tangled Feet

Tangled Feet have been associated with BiDiNG TiME since 2009 when the company helped develop ideas to combine the text with physical action. Tangled Feet are partners in RantBox, directed by Kat Joyce, which won the Gi20 jury prize in 2011. 

Little Bulb Theatre

Little Bulb helped develop ideas for the BiDiNG TiME songs and helped lead an R&D week in London in 2010.

Eggs Collective

Eggs Collective offered their views on the text and provided a fabulous scrap book as a reference for others. 

Thor MacIntyre Bernie

Paul Kissaun

Special thanks to Stephen Clark, Ben Harrison and Joan Lane for their ongoing support.