Pigfoot is an award-winning environmental theatre company, dedicated to making carbon-neutral theatre about the climate crisis. We devise collaborative work using unconventional methods. We're constantly figuring out how to address the climate crisis creatively, which means we’re always taking risks – and thinking on our feet! We always want to give ourselves a challenge. Find out about team below!
Bea is a director, performer and theatre-maker who set up Pigfoot Theatre in 2017, and is currently directing How To Save A Rock. Outside Pigfoot, she has recently co-developed the scratch night, CAKE Night, at the North Wall Arts Centre, and assistant-directed Poltergeist Theatre's Lights Over Tesco Car Park (Edinburgh Fringe, 2018; New Diorama, 2018).
Kitty is a producer in theatre, film and radio. Other than How To Save A Rock, she has recently produced Squidink Theatre’s YELLOW (ZOO Venues, Edinburgh Fringe, 2019), their adaptation of Romeo and Juliet (O’Reilly Theatre, 2018), and several short films. Recently, she has also been the station manager for the radio station Oxide, where she produced and hosted two shows.
Conky is a writer and director, currently co-writing Pigfoot Theatre’s latest project. Conky’s own company Squidink Theatre merges the old & new to create a unique female voice for 21st century theatre. Squidink Theatre's most recent production, YELLOW, recently headed to ZOO Venues for the Edinburgh Fringe, 2019.
Alex is a theatre-maker, writer and actor. Current writing projects include subject matter varying from Big Data to the US nuclear codes. He co-runs theatre company Nitrous
Cow, with whom he has directed multiple sell-out productions,
including Abi Morgan’s Lovesong (Michael Pilch Studio, 2017)
and Tom Basden’s The Crocodile (Michael Pilch Studio, 2018).
Sarah Spencer is a composer, producer and sound designer.
She writes in styles from contemporary classical to jazz and
electronic, and engages with themes of politics, gender, and the voice. Sarah has explored these styles further as the composer and sound designer for plays, short films, and BBC Radio Dramas. Sarah is also a jazz harpist and music director
of all-women band, Sisters of Funk.
Lee is an actor and theatre-maker, currently studying Acting at RADA. He has most recently performed in How To Save A Rock, Pigfoot's production of Travesties (Oxford Playhouse, 2018), as well as productions of Beautiful Thing (Michael Pilch Studio, 2018) and The Flick (Michael Pilch Studio, 2018). He's written plays and made performance art for his degree in Fine Art.