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MERCÈ RIBOT – Artisitic Director

Mercé Ribot is co-Artistic Director of Little Soldier Productions, co-directed new family show Journey to the Impossible and is co-deviser and performer for Derailed and The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha. She trained at East 15 Acting School on the acclaimed Contemporary Theatre Course. Other theatre credits include I Had A Black Dog (Small Nose Productions), Heads will Roll (Told By An Idiot), Brecht’s Threepenny Bits (Development process directed by Josette Bushell-Mingo’s), El-Alfy Theatre (The tree Climber), Bush Bazaar (Theatre Delicatessen), The Arabian Nights (Shifting Sands Theatre), If I Were Me (Antler), Discombobulated (Publick Transport), The Collision of Things (Move to Stand).  TV credits include The Trip (BBC 2) and Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror.

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PATRICIA RODRIGUEZ – Artistic Director

Patricia Rodríguez is Co-Artistic Director of Little Soldier Productions, co-directed new family show Journey to the Impossible and is co-deviser and performer for Derailed and The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha. She is a Gaulier-trained award-winning performer who has collaborated with a number of highly regarded UK and International theatre companies. She has recently appeared in Told By An Idiot’s ‘Heads Will Roll’ and ‘Get Happy’, and collaborated on ‘BADASS Grammar’ with Keir Cooper and with Flight of the Scales on ‘No Way Out’.

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BRIDGET FLOYER – Producer

Larking Arts is a non-profit arts organisation based in Farnham and working UK wide. Led by producer Bridget Floyer, Larking Arts specialises in contemporary theatre, and other unconventional and bespoke community and cross discipline arts projects, with a commitment to ethical and inclusive practice.

Recent projects produced by Larking Arts include Derailed and Journey to the Impossible for clowning, devising and physical theatre specialists Little Soldier Productions; R&D for t’Other with Beggars Belief Collective, and R&D for Galatea by John Lyly with theatre maker and director Emma Frankland, designer Myriddin Pharo and the Before Shakespeare project at Roehampton University. Larking Arts runs a Theatre Club in Farnham and Aldershot, and is an Associate Company at Farnham Maltings and on the Acting and Performance BA at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham.

www.larkingarts.org.uk