Kim Donohoe is a Scottish theatre maker, performer and facilitator. Her work is based in devised contemporary theatre and performance experiences and workshops, most often for children. Kim works in contemporary performance, early years theatre, children’s theatre and youth theatre settings across Scotland.
Ellie Griffiths is a theatre artist who specialises in working with the very young, and young people with additional support needs. She uses a sensory-based approach, combining elements of drama, puppetry and visual theatre. She has over ten years experience delivering theatre and creative play performances and workshops in nurseries, schools and community groups.
Hazel Darwin-Edwards is an Associate Artist at Starcatchers
Matt Addicott is a performance maker and theatre director. He first worked with Starcatchers in 2007, performing in Little Light created by Andy Manley and Vanessa Rigg. He was Starcatchers Artist in Residence at Platform in Easterhouse, Glasgow. Whilst in post he created numerous new and original works for early years audiences including live… Read more »
Katy Wilson is a visual artist and a Starcatchers associate artist. Her residency at Tramway, creating work for early years, generated great interest in the community and a wealth of new and exciting ideas and collaborations between artists. Her work for Starcatchers includes Icepole, Multi Coloured Blocks from Space, Will you be my Guinea… Read more »
Brian Hartley is a Glasgow based artist whose work is a combination of visual art, photography and design and through his company Stillmotion, creates multi disciplinary performance events. Much of Stillmotion‘s work is aimed at a multi-generational audience and incorporates participation and performance. Productions include We Dance, wee groove an interactive dance event for… Read more »
Heather had previously explored creating theatre for very young children before joining Starcatchers as a resident artist on the Pilot Project. Since her residency, she has gone on to create a number of productions through her own company Frozen Charlotte including Paperbelle and Too Many Penguins.
Charlotte is a theatre maker who produces work for children under the age of 5 and their adults under the name Ipdip Theatre. She is interested in play and playfulness in performance and out. She has worked in Scottish theatre for over ten years as a writer, performer, director, tutor and youth theatre artist. Her other passions in life include trees, climbing, and going on adventures with her two young children.
Pearl Kinnear is a Glasgow based artist who comes from a painting background, but works in a variety of mediums. Her work is often made in response to an event, global or local, using imagery as a contemplative method to examine and explore, the play on words in titles adds an illustrative quality to some of the work.
Geraldine Heaney is a Glasgow based Film Maker, Artist, Freelance enthusiast and Adventurer. She has worked with a multiple artists and organisations including Starcatchers, Imaginate, National Theatre of Scotland, Glasgow East Arts Company and Firefly Arts.