Brexit returned to The King’s Head in Islington from 11 June to 6 July 2019.
Nicholas Holdridge: Lighting
Theatre includes: Pilgrims (Theatr Clwyd/High Tide/The Yard), Skylight, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Theatr Clwyd), The Hotel Plays (Grange Hotel Holborn), The Firebird (English National Ballet, London Coliseum), Scott Mills The Musical (Pleasance), Xerxes (Iford Arts), Uncle Vanya (Wilton’s Music Hall), The Promise (Mercury), The Immodest Tease Show (KOKO Camden), The Yeoman of the Guard (Opera Della Luna, Buxton Opera House), Deathwatch, House of Bones, The Criminals, Till Death Do Us Part (Drama Centre London, Platform Theatre), The Go! Go! Go! Show (Empire Leicester Square), The Mikado, Beowulf the Pantomime, La bohème, The Pirates of Penzance, The Three Musketeers (Charles Court Opera/King’s Head/ tour), A Single Act, Yellow Card (Step Out Arts, Pavillion Dance).
Robert Khan: Writer
Jonathan Monkhouse: Graphic Design
Jonathan is an improviser, technician and designer with a decade of Fringes under his belt. He’s not coming this year, but in 2018 there are seven of his poster designs keeping his grip on the city. See if you can spot them all. JonathanMonkhouse.co.uk
Jamie Robertson: Music and Sound
This will be Jamie’s fifth time working with The Spontaneity Shop, having worked on the previous shows Coalition, Making News, Kingmaker and Impossible. Away from theatre, he is an in-demand composer in the world of audio drama for Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes, The Prisoner, Warhammer and more. He has composed music for commercials and documentaries such as Warmatters and Kettling of the Voices, as well as TV drama including ITV2’s All About the McKenzies and The Device due out in 2019.
Tom Salinsky: Writer/Director
Jason Smith: Producer
Jason is an entrepreneur and producer who has supported several Edinburgh productions and their subsequent transfers to London. He has produced all the previous plays written by Salinsky and Khan.
Ally Southern: Stage Management