Costume Supervisor

Bronya Arciszewska is a Costume Designer/Supervisor. After studying History at Oxford University, she went on to receive the Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship for MA Costume Design from London College of Fashion. Since graduating with distinction in 2015, she has enjoyed a varied range of projects, working in theatre, dance and film.

Recent credits include:Mariage Blanc(The Asylum); Constructing an Icon(Royal Museums Greenwich); Jellyfish(feature film, Nik Holttum Productions) and Earthy Encounters(short, Forty Foot Pictures). Collaborations and commissions have included Shakespeare Festivaland An Introduction to Costume Design(The V&A); Beyond Attire(By Other Means); Les Saints Simoniens(Maison Lafayette) and supervision for Storyhouse Chester Summer Season 2018Kiss Me Quickstep(The Queen’s Theatre); Shakespeare in Ten Acts(British Library) and Peter Pan(Blackpool Winter Gardens). She has also contributed to publications Costume in Performance(Donatella Barbieri) and The Tudor Child(The Tudor Tailor) as a researcher and editor.




Lighting Design

Charlie’s lighting designs include Fever (Jermyn Street), The Match Box (Liverpool Playhouse & Tricycle), The Muddy Choir, Advice for the Young at Heart (TheatreCentre, touring), Momo (Greenwich Theatre & tour), Archimedes Principle (Park Theatre), Equally Divided, Mother Goose (Watford Palace), Von Ribbentrop’s Watch (Oxford Playhouse), Jealousy (The Print Room), Dirty Great Love Story (Soho & off-Broadway), Red Riding Hood (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Walking the Tightrope, In Blood: The Bacchae (Arcola), Mummyji Presents (Rifco Arts/Watford Palace), Red (Robin Howard Dance Theatre, The Place), Death and Gardening (Edinburgh, Assembly Roxy Upstairs & UK tour), Cautionary Tales (Opera North), The Magic Flute (Garsington Opera at West Green House), Werther (Opera Les Azuriales, Nice), The Elixir of Love (Blackheath Halls Opera), La Traviata, Acis and Galatea (Iford Arts), Blue Remembered Hills (New Diorama Theatre), 1888 (Union Theatre), Nothing is the End of the World, The Hard Man (Finborough). Charlie trained at RADA.




Lighting Design

Dinah makes sound and music for performance. Trained in sound and image design at Rose Bruford College, she specialises in collaborative projects.

Recent theatre credits include: Keith?; The Daughter In Law; Insignificance; Richard III; The Plague; The Blue Hour of Natalie Barney (Arcola);The Dog Beneath the Skin, Billy Bishop Goes to War (Jermyn Street Theatre);Roller(Barbican Pit); Stella (Brighton Theatre Royal, Hoxton Hall, Brakke Grond - Holland Festival); Asphalt KissTheseus Beefcake(New Diorama); Sundowning (Tristan Bates, Plymouth Theatre Royal); The Droves(Coney @ CoLab Factory); Square Rounds (The Finborough); Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking (Soho Theatre); Swan Lake II, Dark Waters (Chelsea Theatre).

Dinah has worked with Coney, The Tricycle (Kiln), The Egg (Theatre Royal Bath), Stonecrabs Theatre Company, Churchill Theatre Bromley and The Blue Elephant as a designer and mentor for community-based projects.




Stage Manager

Fiona Jane Coombe graduated Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2008 and has since worked on a variety of shows. Musicals include Jesus Christ Superstar (UK Tour), Sister Act, (Aberystwyth Arts Centre) The Tailor Made Man (Arts Theatre), Fiddler on the Roof (UK Tour), Hurly Burly Show (Duchess Theatre) and Wonderful Town (UK Tour); Breakin’ Convention (Sadlers Wells and UK Tour) and Shaun’s Big Show (UK Tour). Her theatre credits include The Small Hand (UK Tour) and The Vagina Monologues (UK Tour).




Lighting Design

Rachel is an alumni of the Association of Lighting Designers ‘Lumière Scheme’.

Lighting designs include:Bess: The Commoner Queen(UK Tour); Jane Eyre, Little Womenand Acting Showcase 2019(Guildford School of Acting); Matilda(Cambridge Theatre Company); Joseph K, Dead Dog in a Suitcase, Other Love Storiesand KiDaCo(King’s School Canterbury);Ten Young Company Productions(Buxton Opera House); The Nutcrackerand Sweeney Todd(John Cleveland College); Puss in Boots, Jack and the Beanstalkand Peter Pan(Prestbury Youth Pantomime Association); Snow White(Buxton Opera House and Channel Theatre).

As Associate:Stepping Out(Vaudeville Theatre); The Ferryman(The Royal Court, Gielgud Theatre and on Broadway).

As Assistant:Strife, Much Ado About Nothing and Love’s Labour’s Lost(Chichester Festival Theatre); Stepping Out(Theatre Royal Bath / UK Tour); Made in India(The Belgrade Coventry / UK Tour). West End: Buried Child(Trafalgar Studios); 42nd Street(Theatre Royal Drury Lane).





Shelley Troupe worked for a diverse range of producers in New York City, including the Irish Repertory Theatre and the National Asian American Theatre Company. She completed her PhD at the National University of Ireland, Galway, examining the on-going partnership between two of Ireland’s key artistic contributors, Galway’s Druid (DruidMurphy, The Leenane Trilogy) and playwright Tom Murphy (A Whistle in the Dark, Alice Trilogy).  Her research involves works that are “off-canon” and the ways in which actual life and historical events are reflected and refracted in theatrical production. She is delighted to return to theatre production as Dramaturg for Strike!



Stevie Wren

Stage Manager

Stevie Wren is originally from Knaresborough, North Yorkshire and became part of the National Youth Theatre in 2014, working on the NYT productions of The Merchant of VeniceWuthering Heightsand Consensual(Ambassadors Theatre, Aug 15). Following on from this she graduated from LAMDA, completing her FdA in Stage Management and Technical Theatre in 2018. She has gone on to Production Coordinate the LAMDA Short Films(October 2018) and Deputy Stage Manage Drag Me Out(November 2018, Hen and Chickens Theatre, London). In 2017, Stevie also worked on Un Ballo in Mascheraas an Assistant Stage Manager with Opera North.




Technical Manager/LX Operator

After graduating with distinction in 2012 from the academy of live and recorded arts with a degree in stage management and technical theatre Thom worked with a variety of fringe venues across london bedore findong a 'home' at Jermyn Street. Eighteen months on he is enjoying working with the resident team and the splendid variety of different productions, both of old and new material, that make up the busy schedule of a theatre entering it's 25th year!




Set and Costume Design

Victoria trained at Rose Bruford College, receiving first class honours in Theatre Design. Her designs for Jermyn Street Theatre include Fever, Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act, Natural Affection (set design), The Notorious Mrs Ebbsmith and Saturday Night (costume design). Victoria's other designs have included Origin of the Species and Coming Home (Arcola), Spent and How to Find Us (Soho Theatre), Cover Her Face (Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, set design), Unstated and Sense (Southwark Playhouse), The Unfortunate Love of the British Empire and Anastasia (Oval House Theatre), Hotel Medea (Shunt Vaults), The Dilemma of a Ghost (Border Crossings/National Theatre of Ghana, set design), The Cow Play (Nightingale Theatre/Regional tour and Hamletmachine (BAC/International tour). Victoria also works as a costume designer for film and television.