Bea is a director + theatre-maker who set up Pigfoot in 2017, and is currently directing How To Save A Rock. She has directed shows in venues across Oxford including the Oxford Playhouse, co-developed the biannual scratch night, CAKE Night, at the North Wall Arts Centre, and assistant-directed/produced Poltergeist Theatre's Lights Over Tesco Car Park (Edinburgh Fringe, 2018; New Diorama, 2018).
Hetty is a producer and theatre-maker, who runs Fourth Wall Theatre Company, with which she produced Yen (Edinburgh Fringe 2018), Ladies who Lunch (Edinburgh Fringe 2019), and Boys (UK Tour 2018). She also ran the Durham University Charity Fashion Show 2019, fundraising for the Environmental Justice Foundation.
Pigfoot is Bea Udale-Smith and Hetty Hodgson. We create and collaborate with a variety of fantastic creatives - find out more about them below. Find our contact details here.
Credits in Training: Roz Keith in 9 to 5 The Musical (Rob Archibald) and Barbara Castle in Made in Dagenham (Lisa Millar).
Other credits: Dancer in Jack Whitehall’s Training Days (Webseries, Working Title) and a Dancer in the Music Video for Misunderstood’s Ghetto Style (Conchord Management)
Will graduated from Drama Centre, Sep 2019. His training focused on working from the outside-in, through movement and gesture + included 2 months training at the Boris Shukin Institute in Moscow. Will has been part of 2 successful devised shows at the Edinburgh Fringe: XX (2016) and Kidding (2018). In Feb 2020 he will make his TV debut in Silent Witness (BBC). He is represented by Troika Talent.
Antonia is an actor and improvisor. She's performed in Quick Duck Theatre’s Magic Hour: The Murder Mystery Disco! (The Night Owl 2018, NSDF 2019), The Watch This Improv Troupe’s Improvabunga
(Edinburgh Fringe 2017-19) + is an improvisor with Yes And, Minister. She previously trained at The Television Workshop, and currently attends The Actors Workshop Nottingham.
Conky is a writer and director, currently co-writing Pigfoot'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 writer and theatre-maker, and co-writer of How To Save A Rock. He co-runs theatre company Nitrous Cow, with whom he has directed multiple sell-out productions in Oxford. Current writing projects include subject matter varying from Big Data to the US nuclear codes. His next project, Move Fast and Break Things, is heading to London, early 2020.
Sarah is a composer, producer and sound designer. She writes in styles from contemporary classical to jazz and electronic, engaging 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. She is also a jazz harpist and music director of all-women band, Sisters of Funk.
Lee is an actor currently studying Acting at RADA. He's recently performed in How To Save A Rock at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019 and Pigfoot's production of Travesties (Oxford Playhouse, 2018), as well as Beautiful Thing and The Flick (Michael Pilch Studio, Oxford, 2018). He's previously written plays + made performance art for his BA degree in Fine Art.