Brundibár Arts Festival: The Artists 2021

Sarah Boulter
Actor
Sarah is a North East performer who has missed theatre immensely. Her last live performance was in BRASH theatre company’s ‘Raising Shame‘ which presented real life experiences of Newcastle’s young people to challenge period poverty. Sarah previously had the pleasure of working with NTC in 2017 touring their adaptation of Charles Dickens’ ‘Barnaby Rudge‘ and is now proud to be sharing the story of the incredible Cook Sisters. Their commemorative plaque lies just yards from her house, and it is an inspirational reminder of their bravery and heroism. Credits include; Teechers (York Theatre Royal/Durham Gala), One Of A Kind (Elysium Theatre company), A Viking Christmas (Queen’s Hall, Hexham), Sunset On Tantobie, Snow White, Jack & the Beanstalk (Gala theatre), The Dolly Mixtures (Customs House), The Great Joe Wilson (Darlington Hippodrome), A Doll’s House, The Twelve Pound Look (Hangfire Theatre), Shakers, The Miscast Bard (LessisMORE), The Secret Earl of Biddick (Washington Arts Centre), Rainbird (The Exchange, North Shields), Bankers (Alphabetti)

 

Natalie Simone
Actor
Natalie trained at Birmingham School of Acting and East 15 Acting School. She has toured extensively with Northumberland Theatre Company and last Christmas was involved in the first Car Park Panto touring the UK with Horrible Histories; Horrible Christmas. Theatre Credits Include: Magical Moggie (R&D); Charles Dickens' Barnaby Rudge (Northumberland Theatre Company, UK Tour); Horrible Christmas (Alexandra Palace); Aliens Love Underpants (International & UK Tour); The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (The Lights Theatre); Person Birds & Tea Bar (Maison Foo, Derby Theatre); Monstersaurus (International & UK Tour); Cinderella (Loughborough Town Hall); Bex & Rex in the Beastly Brecks (East Anglia Tour); The Ugly Duckling (Northumberland Theatre Company UK Tour); The Little Prince and Just So Stories (Sell A Door, Edinburgh Fringe Festival).

 

Eilish Stout-Cairns
Director
This will be Eilish’s first time directing a show, and she’s very excited to be taking on this incredible female centred story. Eilish is an actor herself, having already performing in the Brundibar Festival last year in The Last Cyclist. Previous credits include: The Elf Who Saved Santa (Northumberland Theatre Company),Those Yet To Come (Live Theatre) and  Melva (Mortal Fools).