Meet Our New Facilitators!

04 Jul 2023

We are thrilled to have brought more talented facilitators onto our team. We thought you might want to learn a bit more about them:

Frankie Roberts is an actor, facilitator, theatre maker, and science tutor. Frankie has a degree in Biochemistry from Imperial College London and is currently studying MA Applied Theatre at Goldsmith’s University as well as Advanced Acting at Identity Drama School. Frankie is passionate about using theatre arts for education, as she believes it sparks young people’s creativity and critical thinking skills, it’s also very fun!
Molly Richards is an inclusive theatre practitioner and freelance facilitator with an ambition to create transformative and accessible projects for different at-risk communities. Molly has worked with the following theatre companies; Theatre on the River, Face Front Inclusive Theatre, Mind in Enfield & Barnet, Educo Italy, Blink Dance Theatre, SLiDE, Certitude, Age UK, Chickenshed CKC and now Freshwater Theatre.
Isabelle is an actor/improviser and 2016 graduate of the Oxford School of Drama. She has toured with children’s theatre companies all over Europe and the UK. She regularly performs in the five star, award winning improvised comedy shows Notflix, The Improvised Musical and CSI (Crime Scene Improvisation) in London and other regional venues in the UK. Isabelle is currently working on her first solo show.
Alex is an actor, director and teacher. He studied for an MA in Writing, Directing and Performance at the University of York and trained as an actor at Drama Studio London. He has a particular passion for Shakespeare. He’s also a qualified English and Drama teacher (PGCE/QTS, University of Exeter) and directed a sell-out production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Corfe Castle in Dorset. He loves helping young people become more confident and discover their passion through Drama.
Mary is an Irish facilitator, singer, and theatre maker who is passionate about using the arts to connect with her local community. A graduate from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and University College Cork, Mary has honed her skills as a facilitator and creative storyteller. When she’s not busy leading workshops or belting out a tune, you can find Mary predicting the future with her trusty tarot cards.
Audrey Xiarui Corno (she/they) is a recent graduate from the Central School of Speech and Drama, with a degree in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education. Having extensive performing experience in both theatre and dance, they specialise in using performance techniques as a facilitation tool in education and community settings. Audrey is passionate about creating fun and inclusive spaces for everybody through performing arts.